Happy Holidays

Wishing you a very happy holiday!

Thursday 16th July, 2020

Good Morning Year 4!

Today is the last day of the summer term and we just wanted to say well done on coping so well during this time.  We are SO proud of you – you have tried your best and your parents have been fabulous in assisting you with your learning throughout this time.  They deserve a big hug from you!    It has been a pleasure to be your teachers this year.  We have so many  memories of  our year with you all.

Thank you for your hard work this year – you have worked so hard and it has been lovely to chat with you and hear all about what things you have been busy doing.  Thank you for the wonderful gifts you gave Ms Varga and I.  We really appreciate your generosity.

Have a lovely day!

Enjoy your summer holidays.

God Bless and stay safe.

Mrs McNamara and Ms Varga

 

Today’s Learning:

Click here for your Active July worksheet. How many gold levels are you up to?

If you enjoy the Joe Wicks workout, please continue to have fun with his daily activities.

Morning Prayer

Find a quiet place to sit and reflect…

Lord God,
We put ourselves into Your hands, and pray that
You will bless us and our families during the
wonderful months of summer.

May we all help
make our home a place of relaxation, joy, love,
peace and safety.
May we be generous and considerate, not
thinking only about ourselves, but helping others
enjoy the blessings of summertime.
We ask this through Jesus Christ, our Lord.

Amen

 

Reading

Did you enjoy the book link from yesterday?

Here is today’s book:

REMEMBER: 

Reading aloud  builds many important reading skills, introduces you to vocabulary and helps you  recognise what reading for pleasure is all about!

Log onto Read theory and complete at least 5 exercises

What are you reading?  Have you been updating your reading log?

Post us a picture of your reading logs!!  We would love to hear about the current book you are reading.

Spellings

Word list:

medicine mention minute natural naughty notice occasion occasionally
often opposite.
Click on the practice and test tab to test yourself.

Maths

Starter:   Bar Charts

Click here for the video and here for the worksheet.

Click here for the answers.

Main Activity:  Draw on a Grid

Click here for the video and here for the worksheet.

Click here for the answers.

DON’T forget!  Click onto Maths Chase/Hit the Button to practise your timestables!

 

English

Grammar Task:  Click the picture to take you to the online activity.

Complete the Skills Builders Year 4 Activity Eight 

Main Activity:

Year 4 – 12 bits of fun for reading and writing!

Every week, we have been asking you to choose an activity from the choices on this attachment. Click here!

This is the last opportunity for you to collect points.  If you have not already, please forward your point scores.  Those with the highest scores will be awarded a prize in September.  So far, we have Megan, Cian, Mishka, Lily,  William P and Daniel S in line for a prize.  Well done to them!

 

Wider Curriculum

Your afternoon learning will focus on computing. Most activities are unplugged, meaning they do not require electronic access. Each day, try and complete at least one of these activities.

Click here to see the activities.

Thursday 16th July Learning

Good morning Year 1, our last day of learning. You have been a wonderful class and I will miss you all! It has been a pleasure teaching each and every one of you. Thank you for your amazing learning and happy photos. It has been a strange year but you all kept going. You need to thank your parents for all their hard work, teaching you at home. Have a fantastic holiday!

Here is your learning today.

Maths

 

16.07.20

Fluency –

Count in ones to 100.

Count back in ones from 100

Count in twos to 30.

Count back in twos from 30

Count in fives to 100

Count back in fives from 100.

 

Ask someone in your house to ask you the time at different points in the day. Can you read the time when it is o’clock and half past? Try quarter past and quarter to.

 

English

 

Write the date

16.07.20

Make a card for your parents with your best handwriting inside. Thank them for supporting you with your learning since you have been home. Tell them how much you love them.
Spelling/Handwriting Write each word 4 times

 

one  once   ask   friend   school

 

Check you know how to spell all of the words.

 

https://spellingframe.co.uk/spelling-rule/152/39-Common-exception-words-7

 

 

Phonics https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCP_FbjYUP_UtldV2K_-niWw/

 

Letters and Sounds lesson at 10.30am for Year 1  – Today is a Review lesson.

 

If your child would like to revise the Phase 3 sounds – 10.00am

Wider Curriculum Computing activities – Computing Week

 

Wednesday 15th July Learning

Good morning Year 1,

Thank you so much for your generous gifts that I received yesterday! It has been a pleasure teaching you all.

Here is your learning today. Please email me photos of your learning and if you have questions about the learning. year1@popepaul.herts.sch.uk

Maths

 

15.07.20

Fluency

10, 20, ____, 40, 50, ____

2, 12, 22, 32, ____, 52, ____, 72

3, 13, ____, 33, 43, ____, 63, ____

4, 14, ____, 34, 44, ____, 64, ____

6, ____, 26, 36, 46, ____, 66, ____

 

Go for a walk and record all of the numbers you see on your walk? (Door numbers, bus numbers, numbers on signs.)

What was the largest number you found?

What was the smallest number you found?

English

 

Write the date

15.07.20

See the example of an acrostic poem on the link below.

Acrostic Poem

Write an acrostic poem with the words YEAR ONE

 

Spelling/Handwriting Write a sentence for each of the spellings.

 

one  once   ask   friend   school

 

https://spellingframe.co.uk/spelling-rule/152/39-Common-exception-words-7

 

 

 

Phonics https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCP_FbjYUP_UtldV2K_-niWw/

 

Letters and Sounds lesson at 10.30am for Year 1  – Today’s sound is tch

 

If your child would like to revise the Phase 3 sounds – 10.00am

Reading  Read for 10 minutes and talk about what you have read.  Record the books you have read in your reading record. Write a sentence about each book read. Did you like it? Why? Would you recommend it to someone? What was your favourite part? If you did not like it, why? What would you change about the story?

https://connect.collins.co.uk/school/teacherlogin.aspx

 

Username- parents@harpercollins.co.uk

Password- Parents20!

Click on Collins Big Cat.

Click on the colour book band. Remember to read the book a few times over the week and talk about the book. Click on resources for some activities on the book.

Wider Curriculum Computing – click here for activities Computing Week

 

Wednesday, 15th July 2020

Dear Year 4,

It seems like you are really knuckling down into the Computing activities this week ….well done! It would be lovely to see more pictures of your results!

Today, we have ‘Dr Seus on the Loose!’ for you to listen to.  During our transition meeting, many of you mentioned the books that you have been busy reading.  Keep this up.

Wishing you a lovely day ahead.

Ms Varga and Mrs McNamara

PE Click here for your Active July worksheet. How many gold levels are you up to?

If you enjoy the Joe Wicks workout, please continue to have fun with his daily activities.

Morning Prayer

Find a quiet place to sit and reflect…

 

Dear Lord,

You have not made us for darkness

but for light.

You have not made us for sorrow

but for joy.

You have not made us for discord

but for understanding and love.

So lead us all into your presence.

Amen

Reading

 

 

 

 

 

 

Read Theory

 

Reading Log

 

Did you enjoy the book link from yesterday?

Here is today’s book: Dr Seuss on the Loose!

Reading aloud  builds many important reading skills, introduces you to vocabulary and helps you  recognise what reading for pleasure is all about!

Log onto Read theory and complete at least 5 exercises

What are you reading?  Have you been updating your reading log?

Post us a picture of your reading logs!!  We would love to hear about the current book you are reading.

Spelling

https://spellingframe.co.uk/spelling-rule/49/31-Word-list-years-3-and-4—me–to-op-

Word list:

medicine mention minute natural naughty notice occasion occasionally
often opposite

Create word cards: on one side of a piece of paper write out the words- use highlighter pens to highlight tricky parts- then draw or write clues on the other side to remind you of the spellings.

Use the cards to practice during the holidays (you can keep them in an envelope)

Maths

Starter:   Pictograms

Click here for the video and here for the worksheet.

Click here for the answers.

Main Activity: Describe Position

Click here for the video and here for the worksheet.

Click here for the answers.

English Grammar Task:  Click the picture to take you to the online activity.

Complete the Skills Builders Year 4 Activity Seven. 

Main Activity:

Click here for today’s fun task. You are going to look at jumbled stories and illustrations and play some games. Enjoy!

 

Wider curriculum Your afternoon learning will focus on computing. Most activities are unplugged, meaning they do not require electronic access. Each day, try and complete at least one of these activities.

Click here to see the activities.

Tuesday, 14th July 2020

Dear Year 4,

It was a busy day yesterday and it was lovely to see those of you who came in to spend time with Mrs McNamara and I.  Thank you for your emails and updates on what you have been up to.  Keep posting!

Ms Varga and Mrs McNamara

PE Click here for your Active July worksheet. How many gold levels are you up to?

If you enjoy the Joe Wicks workout, please continue to have fun with his daily activities.

Morning Prayer

Find a quiet place to sit and reflect…

 

O God,

be to me like the evergreen tree

and shelter me in your shade,

and bless me again

like the warm gentle rain

that gives life to all you have made.

Amen.

Log onto the RE Blog: Catholic Social Teaching and complete the activity set.

Reading

 

 

 

 

 

 

Read Theory

 

Reading Log

Tianna Eat UP

For as long as schools are closed, audible books are open. Right now, kids everywhere can instantly stream an incredible collection of stories, including titles across eight different languages, that will help them continue dreaming, learning, and just being kids.
All stories are free to stream on your desktop, laptop, phone or tablet.  Please explore the collection, select a title and start listening Year 4!

 

Did you enjoy the book link from yesterday?

Log onto Read theory and complete at least 5 exercises

What are you reading?  Have you been updating your reading log?

Post us a picture of your reading logs!!  We would love to hear about the current book you are reading.

Spelling

https://spellingframe.co.uk/spelling-rule/49/31-Word-list-years-3-and-4—me–to-op-

Word list:

medicine mention minute natural naughty notice occasion occasionally
often opposite
In your neatest handwriting, copy out these words four times.
Maths

Starter Activity:  Complete the two activities

  1.   True or False Division Facts

2. 

Main Activity:   Complete a symmetric figure

Click here for the video.

Click here for the worksheet and here for the answers.

English Grammar Task:  Click the picture to take you to the onlin e activity.

Complete the Skills Builders Year 4 Activity Six. 

Main Activity:

Click here for today’s fun task based on the book ‘This Book Just Ate My Dog’.

 

Wider curriculum  It’s Computing Week this week.  Your afternoon learning will focus on computing. Most activities are unplugged, meaning they do not require electronic access. Each day, try and complete at least one of the activities.

Click here to see the activities.

Tuesday 14th July Learning

Good morning Year 1. I hope you had a lovely day yesterday.

In school the children dug up the lettuce that we had grown. They took them home for dinner!

Here is your learning today. Please email me photos of your learning and if you have questions about the learning. year1@popepaul.herts.sch.uk

Maths

 

14.07.20

Fluency – fill in the missing numbers

 

2, 4, ____, 8, 10, ___, 14, 16 ____

 

5, 10, 15, ____, 25, 30 ____, 40, ____

 

10, 20, 30, ____, 50, 60, ____, 80, ____, _____

 

20, 18, ____, 14, _____, 10, 8, ____

 

25, 35, 45, _____, 65, 75, ____

 

How many different ways can you make 21?

How many different ways can you make 16?

How many different ways can you make 19?

 

English

 

Write the date

14.07.20

Get a large piece of paper and draw a picture of all of the children in our class. Write their name next to their picture. Remember names begin with a capital letter.
Spelling/Handwriting  

https://spellingframe.co.uk/spelling-rule/152/39-Common-exception-words-7

 

one  once   ask   friend   school

 

Fill in the missing words and write them in your handwriting book.

 

I have ______ hat.

 

_____ upon a time there lived a little girl.

 

I cannot wait to get back to _________.

 

I am looking forward to seeing my ________.

 

I will _______him the question tomorrow.

 

Phonics https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCP_FbjYUP_UtldV2K_-niWw/

 

Letters and Sounds lesson at 10.30am for Year 1  – Today’s sounds are se

 

If your child would like to revise the Phase 3 sounds – 10.00am

Reading  Read for 10 minutes and talk about what you have read.  Record the books you have read in your reading record. Write a sentence about each book read. Did you like it? Why? Would you recommend it to someone? What was your favourite part? If you did not like it, why? What would you change about the story?

https://connect.collins.co.uk/school/teacherlogin.aspx

 

Username- parents@harpercollins.co.uk

Password- Parents20!

Click on Collins Big Cat.

Monday 13th July Learning

Good morning Year 1. I hope you had a wonderful weekend.  This is your last week in Year 1! Continue your fabulous learning this week and then you can have a well deserved rest, I am sure your parents need a rest.

Here is your learning today. Please email me photos of your learning year1@popepaul.herts.sch.uk

Maths

 

13.07.20

Write numbers to 100. Check each number is the correct way around. If you are writing in your Maths book, one digit in each square.

 

Mathletics activities set

English

 

Make a poster of all the things you like at school.  What subjects do you like? Draw your friends and write their names, draw a picture of yourself and your family.
Spelling/Handwriting Write these words 4 times each in your handwriting book.

https://spellingframe.co.uk/spelling-rule/152/39-Common-exception-words-7

one  once   ask   friend   school

 

Here are Year 2 common exception words.  Practise reading and spelling some if you know all of the Year 1 words.

 

Phonics https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCP_FbjYUP_UtldV2K_-niWw/

 

Letters and Sounds lesson at 10.30am for Year 1  – Today’s sounds are oa, o, o_e, ow and ou

 

If your child would like to revise the Phase 3 sounds – 10.00am

Reading Read for 10 minutes and talk about what you have read.  Record the books you have read in your reading record. Write a sentence about each book read. Did you like it? Why? Would you recommend it to someone? What was your favourite part? If you did not like it, why? What would you change about the story?

https://connect.collins.co.uk/school/teacherlogin.aspx

 

Username- parents@harpercollins.co.uk

Password- Parents20!

Click on Collins Big Cat.

Click on the colour book band – try the next colour for your child this term. For example: If your child is Yellow click the colour below yellow (blue) Choose a book. Remember to read the book a few times over the week and talk about the book. Click on resources for some activities on the book.

Religion Choose an activity from the Catholic Social Teaching Blog

 

Monday, 13th July 2020

Dear Year 4,

We hope you have had a lovely weekend and that you have enjoyed meeting with your new teacher, Mrs Lines last week. We also hope to see those of you, who did not have a chance to come in last week or during lock-down.

Thank you to all of you and your parents for your kind gift vouchers to us.  This is very generous of you and we are most grateful.

We wish you all a great  week ahead!

Best wishes,

Ms Varga and Mrs McNamara

Today’s learning:

PE Click here for your Active July worksheet. How many gold levels are you up to?

If you enjoy the Joe Wicks workout, please continue to have fun with his daily activities.

Morning Prayer

Find a quiet place to sit and reflect…

 

God Bless Us All

May the Lord bless yo,

may the Lord take care of you;

May the Lord be kind to you,

may the Lord be gracious to you;

May the Lord look on you with favour,

may the Lord give you peace.

Amen

Reading

 

 

 

 

 

 

Read Theory

 

Reading Log

             Chicken in the Kitchen

For as long as schools are closed, audible books are open. Right now, kids everywhere can instantly stream an incredible collection of stories, including titles across eight different languages, that will help them continue dreaming, learning, and just being kids.
All stories are free to stream on your desktop, laptop, phone or tablet.  Please explore the collection, select a title and start listening Year 4!

 

Did you enjoy the book link from yesterday?

Log onto Read theory and complete at least 5 exercises

What are you reading?  Have you been updating your reading log?

Post us a picture of your reading logs!!  We would love to hear about the current book you are reading.

Spelling

https://spellingframe.co.uk/spelling-rule/49/31-Word-list-years-3-and-4—me–to-op-

Word list:

medicine mention minute natural naughty notice occasion occasionally
often opposite
Maths

Starter Activity: Division facts to 12

Main Activity: Line of Symmetry

Click here for the video.

Click here for the worksheet and here for the answers.

English Grammar Task:  Click the picture to take you to the online activity.

Complete the Skills Builders Year 4 Activity Five.

Just as last week, this week you have a selection of fun book-based activities to complete. From designing your own board game to creating a memory card challenge. Have fun and let us know, how you got on.

Click here for today’s task.

 

Wider curriculum:

Computing Week

It’s Computing Week this week.  Click here to see the activities to complete.

Celebration blog, Friday 10th July 2020

Dear Year 4,

The week has flown by and judging by all emails you have been sending in, you are looking forward to your transition meeting today with Mrs Lines.

Thank you to all those who have emailed us and kept us up to date on what they have been up to!

William P has been busy doing his Maths work and enjoying the work on weight and mass.

Darcie and her family have been busy baking cakes each week and this is this week’s delight!

The crossword work yesterday went down well…some tricky but well worth the hard work.

Ellie drew a strange creature.  The strange creature is called….. New Wang Yang Yang (Chinese name!)

 

In Read Theory we have three clear winners for this week:

1st Child P,  2nd  Child Lil and Child M  and 3rd Child Mis.

 

Mathletic Winners for this week:   Ellie has achieved Gold and Silver Awards this week and Lola achieved Bronze.  Well done!

                                             

 

Wishing you a wonderful weekend….the sun will be shining!

Mrs McNamara and Mrs McNamara

 

PE Click here for your Active July worksheet. How many gold levels are you up to?

If you enjoy the Joe Wicks workout, please continue to have fun with his daily activities.

Morning Prayer

Find a quiet place to sit and reflect…

 

Peace on Earth

Oh divine Master,

grant that I may not be so much seek to be consoled as o console; to be understood as to understand; to be loved as to love; for it is in giving that we receive; and it is in pardoning that we are pardoned.

Amen

Reading

 

 

 

 

 

 

Read Theory

 

Reading Log

 

For as long as schools are closed, audible books are open. Right now, kids everywhere can instantly stream an incredible collection of stories, including titles across eight different languages, that will help them continue dreaming, learning, and just being kids.
All stories are free to stream on your desktop, laptop, phone or tablet.  Please explore the collection, select a title and start listening Year 4!

 

Did you enjoy the book link from yesterday?

Log onto Read theory and complete at least 5 exercises

What are you reading?  Have you been updating your reading log?

Post us a picture of your reading logs!!  We would love to hear about the current book you are reading.

Spelling https://spellingframe.co.uk/spelling-rule/48/30-Word-list-years-3-and-4—i-to-ma-Word list:

imagine increase important interest island knowledge learn length library
material

Dictation: Ask an adult or older sibling to read the following sentences to you.

The word is imagine.

I can’t imagine what he was thinking when he painted the door red.

The word is increase.

I want to increase my vocabulary.

The word is important.

Doing her job well is important to her

The word is interest.

He expressed an interest in learning more about drawing.

The word is island.

It was a small island, and there was no one living on it.

The word is knowledge.

She gained a lot of knowledge by reading books.

The word is learn.

Tom is going to learn how to play the guitar.

The word is length.

The carpenter measured the length of the wood.

The word is library.

I study in the library every Wednesday.

The word is material.

She collected a handful of the material

Maths
Log onto you Mathletics account.  There are activities assigned for you to complete.
English Grammar Task:  Click the picture to take you to the online activity.

Complete the Skills Builders Year 4 Activity Five

 

Year 4 – 12 bits of fun for reading and writing!

Every Friday, we have been asking you to choose an activity from the choices on this attachment. Click here!

These activities could be completed with a book you have read in school/know, a book you are reading now or a book online. Some of them you might have to do a bit more research. You can do them in any order. On the way you can collect points for prizes!

Have fun!

 

Wider curriculum For this week, your afternoon learning features activities to celebrate the year you’ve had and to ease your transition to your new year group in September. Each day, there is an activity for KS1 and KS2 that focuses on a different aspect of the transition process.Click here for your activities

http://nowpressplay.co.uk/learn-at-home/#Instructions

If you have enjoyed this resource, feel free to do some of the history activities. Let us know, how you got on.