Hello year four, just a short message to let you know that the BBC are broadcasting Winter Watch at 8pm each night on BBC2. It is brilliant! Web cams can be viewed on the BBC Winter Watch web page so that you can see nature clips throughout the day too. If you miss an episode, it is on BBC I Player. This is particularly useful because next week is the Big Garden Bird Watch. I can't wait! Send me your comments about Winter Watch on Seesaw.
14th January 21
Please see weblink below. We also have lots more information on our E-safety page. Go to 'Key Information - E-Safety'.
Please see our weekly timetables for home learning for the rest of this half term. Resources and links will mainly be sent out via seesaw, so we are able to respond to children's work.
Please note that a member of the Year 4 team will be available to respond to your emails daily between 9am and 12 pm.
If your child has to be off school for an extended period due to Covid 19 or the need for your family; to isolate, shield or quarantine, please see the attached grid for them to work through if they are well enough.
Please note that Maths and English worksheets will be sent via email to you directly. Can you all ensure, therefore that the school office hold an up to date email address for you. If you require paper copies of any work, please either contact me directly using my email; firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone the school office on 01376 513418 and ask for a message to be passed to me and we will endeavour to deliver paper copies to you as soon as we can.
The children should also continue to use myon, reading journey app, Times tables rockstars and odizzi at home.
SPRING TERM JANUARY 2020 - HOME LEARNING
Please find home learning for Geography and associated English attached below. This week is also the Feast of the Epiphany, which is an enormous event usually in Spanish speaking countries. This year our neighbours in these countries will remember the Epiphany more privately in a socially distanced way. We unite with our friends across the globe to reflect on this special Christian festival on 6th January. Links appear below for Modern Foreign Languages cultural studies.
DfE guidance requests schools to set 4 hours home learning for KS2 pupils