26th March 2020
Well done to all those children who have been busy working from home! I can see all the brilliant tasks you have completed on Purple Mash and I’m impressed. You have until Sunday evening to complete as many tasks as you can. Keep reading, learning your times tables, being helpful at home and keeping your rooms tidy! 😀👍😀
Why not have a go at making a rainbow 🌈 and sticking it in your window.
Please see the attached timetable for more details.
The year 4 tasks for the week will go live on a Monday. All of the activities for the week will go onto Purple Mash at the same time and it is up to you as and when you complete them but try to spread the activities out (the timetable is a guide). The children will have a week to do the tasks. There are loads of additional activities on Purple Mash that the children can complete at anytime (they don’t have to be set). The maths and English tasks should be able to be done by the children without too much help from an adult but they might need a bit of reassurance. The topic tasks might need some additional research to complete them. We have added other websites that they are familiar with to help with their times table knowledge.
PE - Joe Wicks is doing a live PE lesson for children on his Youtube channel at 9am every morning.
Keep an eye on here, I will update this page.
Anything that you do together with your children will benefit them (cooking, gardening, games, watching documentaries) please try not to worry.
They are a fabulous bunch of children and Mrs Corlett and Mrs Grice will miss them while we are off.
Don’t forget to share your news on the Purple Mash class blog!
This has free books for the children to read, many of the titles are the same as the books in school.
The children each have a log in code for this site. It is brilliant site for learning times tables.
I have found a website for the children to use to help develop their inference and reading skills. As the children work through the texts they will get harder. I can’t do individual codes for each of them because we cannot have personal details on this page but if you sign up as a student (not parent) you can then add the class code ILWP0KBF (the 0 is a number) and I can see which children have signed up. Thanks
Mr Murphy (our school PE teacher) is adding a daily PE challenge to his Facebook page - Sportscube. See if you can beat his challenge!
In Maths we have been learning about fractions. The tasks on Purple Mash are based on this. You can also make your own fractions with Lego!
Welcome to 4C's class page
Our class teacher is Mrs Corlett.
On a Thursday morning Miss Kool will be teaching us.
Miss Allen supports us too.
Please could I ask that all uniform/PE kits/water bottles have the children's names on.
Outdoor PE is on Wednesday - tracksuits in winter are essential! Indoor PE is on Monday - please ensure that your PE kit is always in school.
We will have weekly music lessons and during the spring term we will be learning a brass instrument.
In the autumn term, we will have swimming lessons. We will need a swimming costume (trunks for boys not shorts) and a swimming hat.
There is an expectation that all children will continue to undertake daily reading, as little as 10 minutes a day makes a difference. Please remember to sign your child's reading record as this gives them Dojo reward points. The children will need to bring their reading records into school each day along with their reading books.
During the autumn term we will be learning about Italy and The Romans.
During this term we will be exploring South America and The Amazon Rainforest.
In science we are learning about States of Matter.
During maths we are continuing to learn all our times tables.
We will be bringing home some extra homework this term. The children will earn Dojos for completing these.
It would really help the children if you could keep checking their knowledge of all the times tables especially out of order. We have been using Top Marks Daily 10 everyday in class. This is a free website to use.
Fortune teller instructions
This term we are working with our friends from 'Hands'. They are part of Deaf Active sign language charity. We have been learning some different songs as part of our morning session. We will soon be holding a concert for everyone. If you would like to have a go at the songs they are on Vimeo under Hands.