Welcome to Year 4!
Ms Douch, Mrs Mousir-Harrison, Mrs Murrin, Miss Rita and Miss Ellen welcome you to Year 4. We hope that you enjoy your year with us and that you continue to work hard to make great progress in your learning.
SCHOOL CLOSURE TEACHER SET WEEKLY WORK
Please see below this week's work.
Don't forget to tweet any work to @Y4StJamesNN5
Home Learning for Healthy Lifestyles week. 6th July 2020
Home learning for the week beginning 29th June 2020: Computer week.
Home Learning for the week beginning 22nd June. Art Week!
looking forward to next week
Monday 30th March
4R have received a unit of work based on a poem by E. Nesbit - a copy is available below.
4L have received the following literacy and maths home learning tasks for this week.
Friday 27th March 2020
We came across this blogpost which might be useful/reassuring
We are also attaching a few more activities from Picture News, see below
Remember to hear your child read at least three times a week as this is such an important life skill for the children to have. If your child is a good reader, it is still important to have a discussion with them about what they are reading and encourage them to read a wide variety of books. Your child can complete the reading record themselves to record the book they are reading and just ask you to sign. They will get carrot reward points for completing their reading records every week. Reading Records are collected in and checked every Monday morning.
Every Tuesday the children have their P.E lesson. They need to make sure that they have their kit in school for both indoor and outdoor PE, as we will be taking advantage of any fine weather still left in 2019!
The Doodlemaths app provides a fun way for your child to practise their maths skills. Please let us know if the level of questions appears to be too easy or too hard and we can reset the level of questions. Please also let us know if you have any log-on difficulties. This is usually because you need to download the latest version of the app (top tip!)
We will be testing the children each fortnight on spellings. Look out for your child’s spelling list coming home with them shortly.