Friday, 13th November 2020

Year 4 had another busy week. In Maths, the children carried on developing their column addition skills and have now moved onto formal written subtraction. In English they have practiced constructing expanded noun phrases and have planned how to turn our shared play script, ‘The Fly and the Fool’ into a narrative.

On Wednesday, Year 4, as well as all year groups, took part in a live Remembrance Assembly. They  used what they learnt and in an art session, painted water colour pictures themed around poppies.

They had karate this week learning a new sequence with Arthur and Kian showing the rest of the class a chosen sequence alongside Michael.  On Wednesday the children logged onto their Year 4 Google Classroom, took part in a Maths Quiz and then wrote a Book Review using Google Docs.  This session showed us how independent and confident they are growing in using this learning tool.

Today, we said Goodbye to Angela who is leaving our school and going to Cranbourne Primary School.  The children wished her all the best and Maria and Hebe organised a card for her from the class.  We will miss her and wish her all the best.

Wishing you a lovely weekend.

Ms Varga and Mrs McNamara

Thank you Eric for sharing this picture of you with us!

Our Karate Session with Michael

Using water colours on our poppy designs.

Please see your Home Learning below:

Friday, 13th November 2020 Home Learning
Spelling Please use Spelling Frame to practice this week’s spelling words and later test yourself!

measure, treasure, pleasure, enclosure, creature, furniture, picture, nature, adventure
Reading Please log onto Read Theory and complete three tasks. Please also update your reading logs.

Reading awards will be given next Friday!

Study Ladder Please log onto Study Ladder and complete the assigned activities.

In Maths you will be asked to recap and practice 6s and 7s multiplication facts.

In English your task is to complete and improve sentences using better quality vocabulary. This task is very similar to the ones we do in class as morning challenges but the focus is solely on the use of vocabulary.

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