I hope you had a lovely weekend. It was lovely to see some of you last week in school. I can't wait until I can see you all. It won't be long! I hope you are all taking care of yourselves. Here is the home learning grid for this week:
I hope you all had a wonderful weekend. I am very excited that I will be seeing some of you back this week in school. I have missed you a lot, and I can't wait to see you. Here is your home learning grid for the week:
I hope you are all well, and I hope you have a lovely weekend. Last week was 'Empathy Week'; I had some lovely work that I enjoyed reading. Please keep trying as hard as you have been, and I can't wait for you to show me more of the work you have been doing. Don't forget to upload, and share your work for us all to see. Here is your weekly learning grid:
How are you all? I hope you had a lovely weekend. I really hope you enjoyed last week, and you realised the importance of healthy living (looking after yourselves both physically and mentally). This week is a special week as it going to be our 'Empathy week' where we are going to learn about the importance of being empathetic. There are going to be a number of activities around this area. The activities are all in Google Classroom in the classwork section. Have a great week and let me know if I can help in anyway. Miss you all.
I hope you all had a wonderful weekend. This week we thought that we would try and get Year 4 fit and active . We wanted you to be on the move a bit more as well as thinking about how we can promote a healthy lifestyle. We wanted you to think about being physically and mentally healthy. Everyday we are going to start with different exercises. The resources will be shared each day in the classwork section of Google Classroom.
Miss you all.
I hope you have a lovely half term holidays in the sun, and those children who celebrated Eid, I hope you had a lovely day spent with your families. We are now back to our home learning activities this week. I have been so pleased how hard you have been trying at home. Well done! Keep it up! Your home learning grid is below.
Hope you are well. This week we haven’t given you a new home learning grid to complete as we know that over this half term we have given you a lot for you to do. So we have decided to get you to go back, and finish any work that you haven’t completed over the last four weeks.
There are two things that you need to do this week that are new:
1. Your Big Maths online.
2. The photograph/short video of ‘What makes you happy?’ This is a picture or a short video of you doing something that has made you happy while you have been at home. (Eg, painting, drawing, baking, gardening, exercising, etc.) You need to upload it by Thursday, checking that it is ok to share as we are putting a video on our website.
We have created a grid where you can tick off whether you have completed the activity, or not. You can work through the activities you haven’t completed, and tick off this grid when you have finished each one.
For those children who have finished everything, and upload you work everyday, there are some extra fun activities for you to do in the 'Classwork' section of Google Classroom!
The tick sheet to check what you have done is here below, but if you go into Google Classroom you can tick, and edit this sheet. Have a lovely week! We are missing you so much!
I hope you are all well, and I hope you had a lovely bank holiday weekend with your family. I hope you all joined in with the VE Day celebrations too, remembering why this day was so important. It was a lovely sunny weekend. Your new learning grid is below.
Make sure you are all staying safe, and I am missing you loads.
Hope you are safe and well. This week is the start of an interesting week! Friday will be 75 years since WW2 ended in Europe. This day was known as VE day (Victory in Europe day) This Friday, the 8th May, is a bank holiday to celebrate and remember the events of WW2. I have included some links that you can watch about this special day. Have a lovely week. I am missing you lots!
Here is your home learning grid for the week:
Here is your Week 4 Home Learning Grid:
Here are some Big Maths CLIC Parent Packs that you can work on with your parents. This will be part of your Maths this week, but you can use the resources whenever you like. There is also a parent guide as well that helps to explain what CLIC is, and what these packs are all about. Go on the CLIC pack you are currently working on, and you can practise your Maths skills.
I hope you all had a relaxing Easter holidays! I can't wait to find out what you have been up to. I also can't wait to see your fantastic attempts at making your own Mars Rovers. Don't forget to upload your pictures either through Google Classroom, or email your pictures you have taken directly to my email. If you could all say 'Hi!' to me on the Google Stream , so that I know you have seen my new messages tomorrow, and you have seen the new work that would be great. There is a new home learning grid for you this week (see below). I am missing you all a lot, and I can wait to see all your faces soon. Mrs Lock
We are coming to the end of our second week working online. Thank you to all of you who have been completing tasks at home or online.
The next 2 weeks are the Easter Holiday. That means there will not be any home learning tasks on Google Classroom during this time. However, below there is an Easter Project task.
It is fun, I promise! Remember you can use the resources from this week's Context about the Mars Rover in Google Classroom to help you.
Have a lovely break everyone and we will be back on Google Classroom on 20th April. See you then!
Mrs Lock :)))
Here is a video to show you that even though you are not in school with us at the moment, we are still thinking of you, and we miss you! We hope you enjoy it, and it makes you smile! Stay safe!
The resources that support this weekly home learning grid can be accessed through Hwb in Google Classroom. The children need to go into their class in Google Classroom, and either look on the class stream for the resources link, or click on the top of the page where it says 'Classwork'. (See photos attached.) If they are not able to get in, and it is asking for a class code, please check that all other emails attached to the device are signed out, and that their Hwb email address in shown in the corner. (See the photo attached). Our class code is: rjhesb7
If you need to contact me, my email is on the inside of the children's orange book.
Our big question:
‘Why do we only live on Earth?’ so that, we understand our solar system.