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Hello everyone!

 

We hope you are all keeping safe and well during this time. This page, as well as our class page, will be updated during our distance learning time and will have lots of ideas for different things for you all to do at home. 

We now have an email address which your grown ups can contact. We are checking this every day and would love to see what you are all up to! Please send us photos and videos so we can share them on this page.

Y4lhps@gatedu.org

 

Miss Hewitt & Mr Bloomfield

Hello and we hope you've had a lovely bank holiday weekend and a great start to you're week off. Here are a few ideas of short, fun activities that you could do to keep busy. 

 

Have a lovely week and stay safe! 

Friday 22nd May 2020

 

Good morning everyone! Happy Friday! This weekend is the bank holiday weekend, so there will no work on Monday. It would have also been half term so you can have a well deserved break. We will post some fun ideas of things to do to keep you busy if you're running out of ideas! 

English - Have a go at the spelling sheet for this week.

Maths - Complete the sheet about comparison, sum and difference. There is also a maths challenge to complete if you wish. 

Something extra - Yesterday was Outdoor Classroom day. There are some attached activity ideas you could complete. Alternatively, we are hopeful we may have won the attendance award this half term so have a movie afternoon with the family. Let us know what you've watched by email!

Thursday 21st May

Hello everyone! We hope you enjoyed the sunshine yesterday, wasn't it glorious? 

Some job ideas for today:

Maths - complete the sheet on comparison, sum and difference. This means you need to interpret the values on the graphs to tell you information. Remember, sum is another word to mean add or total and to find the difference you would subtract the smaller value from the larger value. If you have any questions, send an email and we will be happy to help.

There will also be another sheet attached as revision for previous topics.

English - Using your research from yesterday, can you create a travel brochure for the North East? Think about all the things that there are to see (The Sage, Millennium Bridge, The Baltic, Hadrian's Wall, River Tyne etc), things to do (visit the coast, go to museums, visit art galleries, go shopping etc). Complete it by adding in your own illustrations of different attractions and use appealing language. We would love to see some by email!

Creative Curriculum - Follow the link to watch the video https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/z4bnf4j

Can you create your own model of either your home or school?

Hollie keeping fit and healthy!

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Wednesday 20th May

 

Good morning everyone! Today is supposed to be the hottest day of the year, so once you've completed today's jobs, go and enjoy the sunshine before it disappears! 

English / Creative Curriculum - Complete some research on Gateshead (this will be important for tomorrow's job)

Some points to research:

- Things to do       - Things to see       - Weather      - How to get here       - What Gateshead 'has' such as schools, hospitals etc      

Any interesting facts you find out, please send over by email!

 

Maths - Complete the job about interpreting graphs. There will also be a revision sheet on a previous topic to complete if you wish. ​​​​​​​

Tuesday 19th May

 

Good morning everyone! Some activity ideas today:

English - https://kids.classroomsecrets.co.uk/resource/year-4-reading-comprehension-african-emergency/ 

Sign up to a free account and read the text and answer the questions.

Maths - Complete the sheet below about interpreting graphs. There will also be a sheet relating to a previous topic to complete if you wish to revise this topic area.

P.E. - Get active today! Head over to the PE page for some ideas!

Aimee's been keeping active this week!

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Monday 18th May

 

Good morning everyone, hope you've had a lovely weekend! 

English - Have a go at completing the sheet about apostrophes.

Maths - Complete the sheet on statistics (below). We are going to continue on with the lessons that we would have been teaching had we been in school. As White Rose are focussing on recapping topics it sadly means that there will no longer videos of the lessons. If you have any questions about posted maths lessons, please send us an email. 

We will also post the worksheets for the home learning maths with videos that cover topics we have already looked at this year if you would like to do these additionally.

Something extra - Have a look on the Forest School page for some ideas of things to complete whilst you're outside enjoying the sunshine.

Home learning worksheet - Monday 18th May

Fab self portrait Lennie!

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Friday 15th May

Hello everyone! Happy Friday!

English - This week you have designed your own character and described it. Can you now plan your own story where a hero has to defeat your creature? Choose your own location (Mars, Spain, etc) and think about what would happen.

 

Maths - Complete the sheet on time (below). We are going to continue on with the lessons that we would have been teaching had we been in school. As White Rose are focussing on recapping topics it sadly means that there will no longer videos of the lessons. If you have any questions about posted maths lessons please send us an email. ** All of these worksheets for the maths that we will be covering and adding to the website are available in the new pack that is available to collect from school.** 

We will also post the worksheets for the home learning maths with videos that cover topics we have already looked at this year if you would like to do these additionally.

 

Something extra - Draw a self portrait and send a photo to us by email!

Home Learning Worksheet - Friday Challenge (15/5/20)

Thursday 14th May

Hello everyone! Hopefully a lovely sunny day today! Some activities ideas for today:

English - Yesterday you were asked to design your own creature. Today, write a character sketch for it. Think about how your creature moves and acts. Remember to use all of the different things we have learnt about this year!

e.g. Deep within the darkness of the cave, there lay a disgusting creature. Not a single sound could be heard except the heavy breathing of the beast. Its eyes burned yellow like a swarm of phosphorescent fireflies and the scales on his back were obsidian black. In almost silence, he waited for the opportunity to sneak out from his cave to attack. The beast's neck, which was one metre long, bore scars of previous battles. 

 

Maths - Complete the sheet on time (below). We are going to continue on with the lessons that we would have been teaching had we been in school. As White Rose are focussing on recapping topics it sadly means that there will no longer videos of the lessons. If you have any questions about posted maths lessons please send us an email. ** All of these worksheets for the maths that we will be covering and adding to the website are available in the new pack that is available to collect from school.** 

We will also post the worksheets for the home learning maths with videos that cover topics we have already looked at this year if you would like to do these additionally.

 

Something extra - Write a letter to a loved one who you haven't seen. Tell them how much you've missed them, what you've been doing and all of the things you'd like to do when this is over. It could be a family member or a friend.  

Home learning worksheet - 14/5/20

More fabulous photos through to our emails!

Wednesday 13th May

 

Good morning everyone! We hope you are all doing well and staying safe. Some activities ideas for today:

English - Click the link to the photo. https://www.pobble365.com/creature-from-the-deep/

Design your own creature from the deep and label it with expanded noun phrases, modifying adjectives and prepositional phrases.

e.g. the treacherous mutant (expanded noun phrase) with 11 tantalising tentacles (modifying adjective)

piercing, red eyes sat upon its grotesque face (prepositional phrase)

Maths - Complete the sheet on Time (below). We are going to continue on with the lessons that we would have been teaching had we been in school. As White Rose are focussing on recapping topics it sadly means that there will no longer videos of the lessons. If you have any questions about posted maths lessons please send us an email. * * all of these worksheets for the maths that we will be covering and adding to the website are available in the new pack that is available to collect from school.** 

 

We will also post the worksheets for the home learning maths with videos that cover topics we have already looked at this year if you would like to do these additionally.

 

Creative Curriculum - Can you design your own Lingey House logo? Think about what makes Lingey House special and what words come to mind when you think of Lingey House. 

Home Learning White Rose - Perimeter of a rectilinear shape

Tuesday 12th May

 

Good morning everyone! 

English - Interview a family member and write a biography about them. Some things to include could be their birthday, where they grew up and went to school and their family.

Maths - Complete the sheet below

Creative Curriculum - Follow the link to the BBC website and learn about latitude and longitude. Can you find out the latitude and longitude for Gateshead? Your house? Lingey House? And a location of your choice.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zkm2xyc 

Monday 11th May

 

Good morning everyone and welcome to a new week! We hope you all had a lovely extra long weekend due to the bank holiday and are refreshed and ready for another week! 

 

Maths: Today we are going to be doing Summer Term Week Three lesson 2. This is all about multiplying three digits by one digit. This is something we have done earlier this year so you should know how to do this but the video is available from the White Rose website if you need a little reminder. 

 

English:  Complete the task on Coordinating conjunctions via https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/z48xt39

 

French: Madame Moses has a challenge for you this week. She would like you to pretend you have a different pet every day and tell someone what it is! (e.g. 'J'ai un cochon d'inde'). 

 

Stay safe and see you all here tomorrow 

Mr B and Miss H

 

Friday 8th May

Happy Friday everyone! Today is VE day! Follow the link below and have a read about why we are celebrating this important day. We would love some photos of how you're celebrating today so send them through to our email at the top of the page.

There will be no jobs to complete until Monday due to the Bank Holiday. Stay safe and we will be back Monday. 

Mr B and Miss H

Thursday 7th May

Good morning everyone, hopefully another beautiful sunny day ahead for us! 

 

Maths - Today's lesson is on multiplying a 2 digit number by 1 digit and we are up to Summer Term Week 3 lesson 1. You can find the link to the video here https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-4/ This is a skill we have covered before so you should manage to complete these questions without trouble!

English - Follow the link to the BBC bitesize website and complete some revision tasks on fronted adverbials. https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/z7v4kmn/ 

Creative Curriculum - Watch this video https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zx72pv4/articles/zrbvjhv

Using the information, classify the following places in our local area:

Leam Lane, Gateshead, Newcastle, Durham, Windy Nook, Sunderland, Felling

Can you think of any examples of ports, market towns or resorts in our local area?

 

 

Wednesday 6th May

 

Good morning Year 4 and we hope you are all well. We will be updating the photos on the website at the end of the day so if you have any that you would like to send in that would be fantastic as we love to see what you have been up to. You can use the email address at the top of this page. 

 

Maths - Todays lesson is all about ordering money and we are up to Summer Term Week 2 lesson 4. You can find the link to the video here https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-4/ 

 

English - As Friday would have been a Bank holiday for VE day, today you are going to investigate all about the day and what it stands for. Below I have posted a file for a comprehension, remember to read the information carefully first and answer your questions in full sentences. 

 

Science - This week is also National Sun Safety week - there is a powerpoint below all about keeping safe in the sun. I would like you to read the slides of the Powerpoint and create a poster all about how to keep safe and why this is important. 

 

See you all back here tomorrow and remember to stay safe

Mr B and Miss H 

Tuesday 5th May

 

Hello everyone, we hope you are all well on what looks like a miserable and wet Tuesday morning. Remember it is important to try and get your fresh air and hour of exercise if possible, even if its a little wet outside. 

 

Here are todays activities: 

 

Maths - I am sure you'll all be happy to know that yesterday was our last lesson on decimals and today we are starting money. We are up to Summer Term Week 2 lesson 3 - Pounds and Pence https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-4/ . Any spare coins that you have might be useful to help you if you find this task difficult (or you could even make your own). 

 

English - Yesterday you read a book and collected some vocabulary that you could use in your own writing. Today can you write your own description of a setting, it can be anywhere you like but try and include as much description as possible. You could also add in some figurative language to help your description (simile, metaphor, personification etc.) 

 

Music - Today you are going to investigate pulse and rhythm using clapping. Follow the link where there are two videos and some activities for you to try out. https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zh7hnrd

 

Stay safe and see you all back here for tomorrows lesson   

Monday 4th May

 

Good morning! We hope you've all had a fantastic weekend. 

Maths - Take a look at the next lesson on White Rose Maths. We are now up to Summer Week 2 Day 2 which is halves and quarters. 

English - Take 30 minutes of quiet time and settle down with your favourite book. Make a note of any vocabulary you could magpie from the text and include in some writing of your own. 

Creative Curriculum - Since we would be looking at our local area this half term, have a go at drawing the Lingey House logo! 

Friday 1st May

Good morning everyone! Can you believe it is May already? Where is this year disappearing to?

 

Maths - Have a go at the next day's lesson on White Rose Maths. The next lesson is Summer Week 2 Day 1 rounding decimals. Make sure you have completed all of the lessons beforehand or you might find it tricky. Remember the rhyme for rounding - 'find your column, look next door, 5 or more raise the score'. To round decimals to the nearest whole, you will need to look at the tenths. 

English - Miss Brown has added some information about an author called Luke Temple. There is a PDF of one of his books, Felix Dashwood and the Mutating Mansion. You should have read the text yesterday, so have a go at some of the activities in the pack today. 

Science - We have been looking at electricity in Science. Can you find over 20 electrical items in your home?

Thursday 30th April

Good morning everyone!

Maths - Have a go at the next day's lesson on White Rose Maths. The next lesson is Summer Week 1 Day 4 ordering decimals. Make sure you have completed all of the lessons beforehand or you might find it tricky.

English - Miss Brown has added some information about an author called Luke Temple. There is a PDF of one of his books, Felix Dashwood and the Mutating Mansion. Read the text and have a go at some of the activities in the 'Writing Toolbox' PDF. This will be your task suggestion tomorrow too, so don't worry about completing it all today! Why not read today and complete some of the tasks tomorrow? He has included a section called 'show don't tell' which we have looked at a lot in class this year!

Creative Curriculum - Watch the video below on the British Sign Language alphabet. Can you sign the spelling of your name? We would love to see you sign your names on video! 

 

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From today (Wednesday 29th April) we will be getting in touch with you and your grown ups by phone. We have called a number of you today and we have loved catching up. We are so proud of how well you are all handling this strange time and how helpful you have all been at home. If we haven't spoken to you today, we will be calling still over the next few days so keep your eyes peeled!

 

We've been spending the past few weeks uploading work for you all, paperwork and writing reports. As well as this, Mr B has been going for lots of runs and keeping active! Miss H has been training Bo to go for walks and some of you asked for some photos - you all know she is the laziest dog of them all!

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More fantastic photos coming through to our emails! Thank you so much for sharing your photos, drawings and work with us. We love seeing them, keep them coming! 

 

Jessica sent us a great description about the lighthouse keeper:

He lives by his self near the sea and everyone relies on him so that no boats crash in to land! He is really lonely since he lives by his self. He is really fat and chubby. He where’s a light coal suit what smells like fish! He is intelligent handy man who likes righting letters . He has loads of stuff to cover like making sure nothing crashes into the city. The rest of the friendly city helps  and cares for the pour old man when he needs it . This makes him feel honoured and as he was the king of the universe!

Wednesday 29th April

 

Good morning everyone, today we have some Maths, English and Creative Curriculum for you. Have a go at them and if you can send some more amazing pictures of all the fun things you have been getting up to that would be fantastic as we love looking at them so much!  

 

Maths - We are still working through our White Rose Maths, we are up to Summer term week 1 day , which is all about comparing decimals. Here is the link to find the lesson https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-4/  

 

English - As we continue on from all of the words that you collected yesterday to describe how the Lighthouse keeper might be feeling, can you use these to help you write a diary entry from the point of view of the keeper. If you want to watch the video again you can find it here https://www.literacyshed.com/the-lighthouse.html

 

Creative Curriculum - Can you name the major countries in Europe? If so can you locate them? The task below requires you to match the names of the major countries to their location. Don't worry if you don't know them, this is your chance to find out by researching where those countries are before adding them onto the map. 

 

Speak to you all soon and stay safe, 

Mr B and Miss H

 

 

Tuesday 28th April

 

Hello Y4, did anyone do anything fun and exciting yesterday? We'd love to see more pictures if you have been busy! 

 

Here are todays tasks: 

 

Maths: From the White Rose Maths, we are up to Summer term week 1 day 2, which is all about showing halves and quarters as decimals. Here is the link to find the lesson https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-4/ 

 

English: Following on from yesterdays clip Lighthouse Keeper (https://www.literacyshed.com/the-lighthouse.html) can you find words that describe how the the keeper might have been feeling as he broke the bulb (you could use a thesaurus online if you want to think of different ideas) and place them into a zone of relevance with the words that best describe his feelings in the middle. 

 

Science: Watch the video all about how sound is made and make your own information leaflet or TV showing all that you have learnt. https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/class-clips-video/music--science-ks2-what-is-sound/zbnmhbk

 

Stay Safe

Mr B and Miss H smiley

Monday 27th April

 

Good morning Y4, welcome to another week! We hope you all had a fantastic weekend and managed to enjoy the sun. Here are the activities for today: 

 

Maths - From the White Rose Maths, we are up to Summer term week 1 day 1, making a whole. Here is the link to find the lesson https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-4/ 

 

English - Watch the short video clip of the Lighthouse Keeper and write a short character description of the keeper. Remember to write about both his personality and appearance and try to expand upon your description to add as much detail and description. We would love to read these so if you can email these to the Y4 address when you have finished. https://www.literacyshed.com/the-lighthouse.html

 

Geography - Work through the bitesize lesson all about reading and using maps - https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zkngrj6

 

Stay safe and have a lovely day

Mr Bloomfield and Miss Hewitt

Our year 4's have been super busy at home here is just a quick snapshot of a few of the things we have been getting up to! 

Friday 24th April

 

Good morning everyone! Happy Friday!

 

Maths - From the White Rose Maths, we are up to week 2 day 5 which is looking at dividing 1- and 2-digit numbers by 100. You can find the link for the lesson here: https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-4/ 

Watch the video and have a go at the questions.

English - Yesterday there was a Powerpoint about determining importance. Have another read through the information and complete the next two activities. 

Creative Curriculum - How many buildings and places did you manage to spot in yesterday's work?

We will be looking at using shading techniques later on in the half term. 

Watch this video about different shading techniques and have a go at using some of them yourselves. 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PQl0em2JKLI 

Thursday 23rd April

 

Good morning everyone!

 

Maths - From the White Rose Maths, we are up to week 2 day 2 which looks at hundredths on a place value grid. You can find the link for the lesson here https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-4/ 

Watch the video and have a go at the questions. We have been on TTR and haven't received a RockSlam for a while! Send us a challenge!

English - Have a read through the Powerpoint below about determining importance. There will be another task to complete on this tomorrow too so look closely.

Creative Curriculum - We would be completing work about our Local Area now if we were in school. Can you identify the different buildings in our local area even though the photos are blurry? 

Wednesday 22nd April

 

Good morning Year 4! Hopefully another lovely sunny day today!

 

Maths - From the White Rose Maths we are up to week 2 day 2 which looks at hundredths as a decimal. You can find the link for the lesson here https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-4/ 

Watch the video, have a go at the questions on the webpage and the challenge underneath here. *Remember - a challenge is supposed to make you think and can't always be solved instantly.  

English - Have a go completing the SPaG activity attached and read a favourite book of yours for 30 minutes. If you have any book suggestions please send them this way!

STEM - Can you build a card tower? How tall can you make it? What techniques have you adopted to build it so that it doesn't fall over straight away? Don't forget to send some photos to us by email!

 

Tuesday 21st April

 

Bonjour Y4, we hope you had a lovely day yesterday working hard and enjoying the sun. Today looks like another lovely day! Here are todays tasks for you to complete. 


Maths - From the White Rose Maths we are up to week 2 day 1 which is all about dividing by 100. You can find the link for the lesson here https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-4/ . There was also a new task set on MyMaths yesterday for you to complete. 

English - We are looking at pronouns and possessive pronouns. Work through the powerpoint it will help give you an understanding of what they are with examples before completing the worksheet. They are both below this writing. 

Science - I have attached a worksheet below for you to complete all about how you use electricity throughout the day and if you think that the electricity is essential or not e.g. turning on a light or switching the plug on to charge an iPad. 

 

Remember to stay safe

Mr Bloomfield and Miss Hewitt smiley

 

Monday 20th April 

 

Good morning Y4! 

 

We hope that you are all safe and well and have had a lovely and well deserved break over what would have been the Easter holidays. We have been sent some fantastic pictures of people keeping busy, we are just looking through them now and will add them to this page for others to see throughout the day! 

 

From today we will be adding a range of lessons and activities to the page each day that you can complete to keep you busy including a daily maths lesson that we would have been doing if we were still in school. There is a link to each of the lessons with a video in case you would like a little more explanation. There will also be an attached worksheet (you don’t need to print this worksheet you can just write answers on paper or discuss with an adult) to help ensure you understand the task. 

 

Here are today's activities: 

 

Maths – Today we would have been dividing 1 digit by 10. Here is the link to a work sheet and a video explaining in more detail if you need any extra help https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-4/ (week 1 day 5). 

 

English – Read the extract 'Stig of the Dump' and answer the questions. Draw your own image of what you think Stig would look like, using your knowledge of him already. The extract and questions will be below here. 

 

Creative Curriculum / PE  - We would have also started our new topic today which is (drum roll...) LOCAL AREA! When you are out for your daily exercise see if you can identify and find all of the buildings in our local community. The sheet is called Local Area 2 and it is below this writing. 

 

Remember to stay safe and keep sending pictures of what you have been up to via email. 

 

We are both missing you all and we hope to see you all soon!

 

Mr B and Miss H

HAPPY EASTER! 

 

We can hardly believe that the half term has come to an end and it is now the Easter Holidays. As it is now the holidays this page won't be updated until the start of the next term on the 20th of April - but please keep sending in pictures of what you have been up to as we love seeing them. 

 

If you are looking for ideas or activities that you can do to help fill in you time, here a few suggestions. It is entirely up to you if and when you do these. 

 

-Draw some easter related pictures

-Design and make an Easter card for someone in your house.

-Have an egg hunt around your house or garden. Can you write some clues to help find them?

-Design some packaging for a new Easter egg.

-Decorate a boiled egg.

-Write an Easter Poem

-Write a review of one of your Easter eggs

 

Remember to stay safe, enjoy your Easter holidays and we will speak to you all soon. 

Mr Bloomfield and Miss Hewitt 

3/4/20

Happy Friday everyone! We hope you are all keeping safe and well, being helpful to your grown-ups around the house and having fun. Keep the photos and emails coming, we are enjoying seeing what you have all been up to! 

Some ideas that you could complete today:

- Create your own Picasso inspired artwork. We looked at Picasso earlier on this year and there is a fact sheet about him here. 

- Read a chapter of a book. Can you read it aloud and use expression in your voice?

- How many sentences can you write which use fronted adverbials related to your book? There is a sheet with some example fronted adverbials here too.

 

Challenge: can you do something kind for your grown-up today without being asked? It could be making them a cup of tea or coffee, doing the dishes or tidying your bedroom. We would love to see some photos of your kind deeds on our email! 

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Frankie has been spending his daily exercise looking after his pony. A fab way of getting some fresh air! 

2/4/2020

Hello Y4 and we hope you are all keeping well - Well done and thank you for everyone who has already been in touch with what you've been getting up to, it has been so lovely to see you all! Here are a few ideas of activities for today and remember to stay safe! We look forward to reading our emails as the day goes on to see what you have been up too. 

Mr Bloomfield and Miss Hewitt laugh


Maths - There are still activities on MyMaths that you can complete if you haven't already. If you have already completed it why don't you try the home learning lesson from White Rose Maths (We are up to week 1 lesson 4) https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-4/  

 

English - Today is International Children’s Book Day, why don't you write a book review for your favourite book ever...we would love to see them once they are finished via email. 

 

Art - how about some jungle animals click on the file below to download it to see some hints and tips about how to draw some amazing jungle animals 

 

 

Sawdah sent us through her revolting recipe. What amazing expanded noun phrases, keep up the hard work! 
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We got a fab email from James and Joseph with some footage of them practising their football skills. Keep up the super work! Remember us when you are famous footballers in the Premier League boys! 

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1/4/2020

Good morning Year 4, 

 

Today is April Fool's Day, do you have any tricks planned or have you been tricked already this morning? With April fools in mind why not try out some of these activities and email Y4lhps@gatedu.org with your work?

 

Write a news paper report based on a made up story about school

 

Complete the April fools Word Search 

 

Look at how April fools day in different cultures from around the world

 

Don't forget you can do PE with Joe Wicks at 9am and there is a range of maths tasks for you to do on My Maths! 

 

Finally, send us your favorite joke via email. Mr B and Miss H will pick a winner and publish it on our school website. If you have a collection of jokes, why not try writing your own joke book? You could design a front cover for your book and have an illustration to go alongside each of your jokes.

 

 

 

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Eva has been making her two grandmas STAY HAPPY STAY SAFE cards and cakes🧁 (we hope you got to eat one of the cakes too Eva as a reward for all of your hard work!) 
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Hollie has kept herself busy while we are not at school by completing Joe Wicks videos, painting in the sunshine, writing stories and making instructions on how to make baths before going on to make them too! Keep up the good work! 
Connor has had a busy few weeks. He said "I've been learning maths with Carol Vorderman, had fun making cookies, painted a rainbow and kept in shape. I've also played online with my friends."
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Aimee has also been very busy building in the garden, doing lots of work from her packs and we have seen an amazing fitness video of her working out with her dad! Keep it up 
Penny has been very busy building her own zoo and researching the animals so she can look after them properly! She has also being drawing pictures of her mummy for Mothers Day and making a rainbow with her brother! 

Isaac has been super busy so far! He emailed Mr B and Miss H to let us know the amazing array of activities he said " I have been doing tasks from my work pack and checking our class page, I have also designed my rocket! I'm looking after our newborn kittens, they are really small and I like watching how they change everyday, they have just opened their eyes. I painted our window with a rainbow and a quote saying "At the end of every storm there is a rainbow of hope". We had a tiger and penguin come to visit. Only kidding we used google 3d. I have been on purplemash, My maths and TT rockstars too and me, my mam and lucy made a timetable of what we need to do every day for school work. We have been walking our dog for an hour to get some fresh air and exercise. I've been playing on my trampoline too and am perfecting my seat drop. I have been baking and learning to prepare food too like peeling and chopping potatoes and vegetables."

 

Isaac also shared some pictures of all these amazing activities...Well done Isaac keep up the work! 

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We got this fab photo of Sawdah practising her spellings. Keep up the super work! ☆
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We were so pleased to get this photo of Leo using his skills from Forest School to climb a tree safely whilst out on a walk! We also saw he's been chilling out in the hot tub after all his hard work 

30/3/20

 

Hello all! What a lovely bright day it is again today! 

 

There have been some more tasks to complete added onto MyMaths, please check there for any maths work to complete. Your password is inside of your pack.

 

Some ideas to complete over the next few days:

- Write your own revolting recipe. *Challenge - how many expanded noun phrases with modifying adjectives can you include? (e.g. seven slimy eyeballs with rotting skin)

- Watch a movie and write a review. Write about the characters, the plot and who you would recommend it for.

We would love to hear what you have watched and your thoughts on it! Our next movie choice is going to be either the live action remake of Dumbo or Finding Dory - we will add our review here!

- Draw the main character of the movie and colour it in. This could be a sketch, drawn and painted or even made from materials around the house.

 

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