Good morning Year 4,
Please head over to 'Seesaw' to find out what your daily tasks are.
Mrs Porter & Mrs Evans
Thank you to those children who have completed some tasks on Purple Mash and have logged into Seesaw.
We have extended the hand in date for the tasks on Purple Mash so please complete these task if you haven't done so already.
We will be setting more tasks on Monday along with a task on Seesaw. Please remember to log in so that you can continue with your learning at home.
We wish you well in these difficult times.
Mrs Porter & Mrs Evans.
Due to the closure of school we would like your children to complete the 'to do' tasks set on Purple Mash. The children should have their login details in their reading records. All tasks set support the children's current learning.
In addition, if the children could continue to read at home daily and practise all time tables in preparation for our forthcoming multiplication test, it would be very useful for them.
If you find that your child needs to be more active then please use Supermovers. See link below
Mrs Porter & Mrs Evans
In English we have been reading The Iron Man by Ted Hughes and this week we used this book to help us write question an answer poems. Our poems also included similes. We used these to describe the Iron Man.
In Maths we have been learning about equivalent fractions, fractions greater than one and counting in fractions. This has been quite tricky but we have used our growth mindset and persevered with each lesson. Mrs Porter and Mrs Evans are very proud of us.
In Science we have started our new topic 'Electricity', so far we have learnt how electricity is generated and what appliances use electricity to work. We know that there are two types of electricity, mains and battery.
Over the past two days we have been learning about space. Space was our theme for world book day. We visited the space dome where we learnt lots of new facts about space. We really enjoyed this experience!
Dressing up was so much fun too!
Welcome back! We hope you have had a lovely half term!
STEM DAY 2020
Today is our STEM day!
Throughout the day we will be sewing Koala hand puppets and making Koala cupcakes.
Come back later to see the pictures of us doing these activities and having fun.
Sadly, this week has seen us return to London following our wonderful trip to Paris. Once we had returned to London we also looked at the famous landmarks there. We made notes about the landmarks so that we could present this information in our curriculum writing books. Some of the landmarks in London are truly fascinating.
This week we went on a very special trip to PARIS!!
First, we departed Loughton tube station and travelled to St Pancras international. Then we boarded the Eurostar which to us to Gard de Nord. Finally, we used the metro to travel to the centre of Paris so that we could see the famous landmarks and place of interest. We thoroughly enjoyed our time in Paris!
Happy New Year to you all! We hope you've had a wonderful break.
This week we have been very busy getting back into the swing of things and learning all about our topic for this half term.
Our new topic this half term is 'Eurovision'. We will be learning about Europe as a continent and the different countries that make up this continent.
In Maths we are continuing to learn about multiplication including using the standard method.
In English we have started a new book called 'Madeline' written by Ludwig Bemelmans. We used our talk for writing skills to help us become familiar with the story.
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