Wow, here we are about to go in to our final week of this school year and of you all being in year 4!
It has certainly been a strange few months but at least things seem to slowly be getting back to normal.
This will be the last set of home learning that I will be posting for now as school should be fully reopening in September when I look forwards to seeing you all again. This week, I have included a transition task for you to make a poster or fact file all about you to introduce yourselves to your new teacher. You could email this to the teacher email: firstname.lastname@example.org or bring it in to school with you on the first day of the new term should you wish.
Well hello again year 4.
It's been another busy week at Hertford St Andrew and lovely to see even more of you returning to school.
In year 4 this week, alongside our maths and English learning, we have been developing tennis skills in our PE lesson and sketching skills in art where we drew a variety of different insects.
For home learning next week, there are some fun science activities for you to try out and I have challenged you to design and construct a marble run from junk that you have at home.
Have fun and stay safe.
Hi year 4,
Wow, what a hot week we have just had! The sun certainly came out to welcome many of you back to school last Monday - it was lovely to see so many of you returning to St Andrews.
I have been checking the butterfly feeders that we made every day, and have spotted a couple of butterflies on them. They do however seem to be more popular with the ants!
Take a look on our class page, I have uploaded some photographs of our feeders and the insects that we made in our art lesson.
For those of you who aren't yet back at school yet, we miss you very much and hope that you are happy and well. I will continue to post lots of weekly learning activities to help keep you busy and keep you learning whilst you are at home.
Take care everybody,
Hello again year 4,
I hope that you are all well.
This is the start of a very exciting week, with many of you returning to school after a long absence, I am very much looking forwards to seeing you again and send my best wishes to those of you who will still be at home.
For children who are not going to be in school, and for the days that those of you who are, are not in school, I will continue to upload weekly learning activities to our class page.
We will be using Classroom Secrets resources for our maths and English learning from now on, I will upload these weekly to the class page, Should you wish to create a free account with Classroom Secrets https://classroomsecrets.co.uk/free-home-learning-packs/ there are a wealth of additional home learning activities you can access.
I would love to hear from you so if you have done something at home that you are proud of and would like to share, please send me a photo or drop me an email to email@example.com.
All the best
Hello there year 4,
Can you believe it, we are entering our 10th week of learning from home? It seems unbelievable that we were last together at school back in March - we miss you all very much.
Until we have further guidance on when year 4 will be able to return to school, I will continue to upload weekly learning activities and challenges for you to have a go at should you wish.
Remember, if you need any help or if you just want to get in touch to say hello or tell me what you have been getting up to whilst away from school, I would love to hear from you.
The teacher email address is: firstname.lastname@example.org
Be happy, stay safe.
Hello Year 4, I hope that you all had a good Easter holiday and are keen to start a new school term.
It's going to be a challenge for us all, as it looks as though we are going to be staying at home for a while longer. We must however try to keep our spirits up and make the most of this strange situation.
Here are some learning activities for you to be getting on with this week alongside your daily reading, spelling and times tables practice.
All the best
Miss Perry & Mrs Todd
Hello Year 4, I hope you are all enjoying your Easter holidays.
In case you have some time on your hands and want something to occupy your minds, here are some fun English and maths activities you can have a go at. You shouldn't need to print out the activities, simply copy and complete the challenges on a piece of paper.
Hello Year 4, we hope that you are all happy and healthy and enjoying the sunshine.
It is most strange communicating with you through the school website and not getting to see you each day in class but these exceptional times mean that we must all take every precaution to keep ourselves and or families safe and well.
So, for the time being, alongside all of the learning suggestions that we have already posted on our class page, we will be adding weekly suggested activities to keep you active and busy in your learning. With these activities, you have the freedom to choose how you present your learning - so be as creative as you like.
All the best
Miss Perry & Mrs Todd
There are lots of free books that you can read online!
Common Exception Words
Children must learn to read and spell all of these words by the end of Year 4. At this point in the year children should be able to read and spell all of Year 1 and 2 words and at least half of Year 3 and 4 words.
Please let us know if your child cannot remember their log in.