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Home Learning

Children in Year 4 have been working very hard during lockdown to complete all home learning tasks via Google Classrooms, Google Meet and Seesaw.

WELL DONE EVERYONE!

Home Learning Task:

Remember that it is very important to get outside for a little walk or play. Fresh air will make us feel good 🙂

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Diary Dates - Spring Term 2021

Monday 4th January: INSET day

Tuesday 5th January: INSET day

Wednesday 6th January: Spring 1 begins

Friday 12th February: Half Term Begins

Monday 22nd February: Spring 2 Begins

Monday 8th March: All children return to school

 

Weekly Homework

Spellings:

Every week your child will receive a list of spellings to learn at home. These worksheets must be filled out appropriately and brought back in your child’s homework folder. Every Friday your child will complete a spelling test based on these words and you will recieve their score on the next week’s spelling list.

My Maths:

Please complete the assigned tasks that will be set weekly on My Maths. Use your log in details that are placed on your homework folder to log in.

Some weeks extra Maths homework will be added to your childs homework folder based on what they have been learning in their Maths lessons during the week.

Reading Plus:

It is important that children are accessing their Reading Plus app at home to stregthen their Reading ability. Occasionally, tasks will be set for your child to complete for homework however, it is important that they continue to independently use the app regardless of this.

Times Tables:

Please keep practicing ALL your times tables at home. We will complete weekly times tables activities/tests on a Friday.

Times Tables Rockstars: Practise your times tables and move up the leaderboard!

Marie Curie

What we are learning in Spring 2: 

–  The Journey by Francesca Sanna (English)

–  Tennis/ Volleyball (Physical Education)

– Handwriting/Spelling Practice

– Marie Curie

– Decimals (Maths)

– States of Matter (Science)

– Judgement (PSHE)

-Volcanoes and Earthquakes (Geography)

Google Classroom and Home Learning

Please watch the video above to help you login and use Google Classrooms correctly. Any other questions please send a message via Seesaw.

Marie Curie

Welcome to Marie Curie Class!

Year 4D

Teacher: Miss R Davis

Teaching Assistant: Mrs A Cavanagh

We have had a fantastic Autumn term in Year 4 and are continuing to work extra hard in Spring 1 despite the current lockdown restrictions. Although, learning from home has displayed some difficulties,  I want to say a big thank you for the support from all families who help with remote learning. You are contributing to your child’s progression and education! Thank You, Miss Davis

This Year our class is named after a very inspirational woman, called Marie Curie.

Marie Curie is a woman recognized throughout the world not only for her groundbreaking Nobel Prize-winning discoveries but also for having boldly broken many gender barriers during her lifetime. From September 2020 we will begin learning all about Marie Curie’s discoveries and her life as part of our whole school ‘Little People, Big Dreams’ topic.

 

Please check your class webpage, Seesaw and Twitter, regularly for pictures, videos and information regarding Year 4.

Reading in Year 4:

At Banks Road, reading is our whole school priority and it is important for children in Year 4 to be exposed to a variety of genres and words to promote reading development and understanding.

Each week children in Year 4 will complete one to one reading with an adult, shared reading and guided reading lessons. They also will be following Read to Write which helps children use all their acquired knowledge in Reading and apply it to their writing.

We want children to read for pleasure! 

Homework: Please read with your child daily, encourage reading for pleasure and access Reading Plus regularly to help develop your child’s reading.

Key Information:

Read to Write

For the first part of our Read to Write unit this term, the Children will be writing their own Traditional Tale. For the second part of our unit, the children will be writing instructions on how to trap an animal. 

 

Throughout this unit, the children will focus on:
-Letter formation
-Separation of words with spaces
-Capital letters
-Personal pronoun - I
-Full Stops

Year 4 Gallery:

Tel: 0151 427 4360 | Email: banksroad-ao@banksroad.liverpool.sch.uk | Office Manager: Mrs N McGee
Twitter: @BanksRoadSch | Headteacher: Mrs L Gibson

Banks Road, Garston, Liverpool, L19 8JZ