Monday, 15th June 2020

Dear Year 4,

We hope you have had a nice weekend. The weather is certainly improving! Thank you for sharing all your lovely learning last week; we hope to hear from you this week as well.

Our seed started to grow, so we will keep you updated about our vegetable growing competition!

See today’s learning:

PE Click here for your Active June 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…


My Everyday World

Thank you, God in heaven,

For a day begun.

Thank you for the breezes,

Thank you for the sun.

For this time of gladness,

For our work and play,

Thank you, God in Heaven,

For another day.











Read Theory


Reading Log

Did you enjoy the book link from last week?

Today, you are going to read a non-fiction book about spiders that will support your English learning for the week. They are fascinating creatures!

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.


This week’s words are:

early, earth, circle, complete, consider, continue, decide, describe,different, difficult, disappear

In your neatest handwriting, write out each word four times.

Main Activity:
Click here for the worksheet          Click here for the answers.
Click here for the worksheet.   Click here for the answers.
English This week your are going to read about a spider, Ananse. You are going to practice using multi-clause sentences to retell some of his story and then write your own using picture clues. You will also look at animal poetry and do some descriptive writing later in the week.

Click here for today’s learning.

Click here for your PowerPoint on multi-clause sentences.


Wider Curriculum

For this week, your afternoon learning will focus on the news.  The tasks in the table below are linked to last week’s edition of children’s newspaper, First News.

Click here for the activities.

Click here for the relevant newspaper articles.

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