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Dear Parents and Carers of Class 3, Happy New Year to you all. School is now closed for most children so I will be setting home learning on Google Classroom. Please make sure you have logged your child into Class 3 as soon as possible. There is learning ready to be completed now and it will be updated everyday. Below, you can find a document to help you sign your child into the class so they can receive work and can communicate with me. The other document gives you instructions for uploading pictures (of children’s work etc.) to the platform. The children’s login details were given to children the last week of term before we broke up for the holidays. Please let the school know if you are unable to do this or have lost the login details. Thank you so much. Take care and stay safe. Best Wishes, Ms Boote Parent guide to google classroom Uploading photos to google classroom
Introducing the Winter Performances https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gi7LXBkrAbw Under 3s (Willow) – If you’re happy and you know it https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ipjIOr8SoQ8 Reception Class (Oak) – Giggle Song https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XafZeagcEOE Nursey Class (Oak) – Happy and Healthy https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FSnit0Um3yI Class 1 – Try your best https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BzDgcNJ03tM Class 2 – Kindness makes the world go round https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ciz0qBnCa5A Class 3 – Wonder https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yFjLUwfhiMY Class 4 – Hope for a better tomorrow https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=__tAQx2UA_8 Class 5 – Touch the sky https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B2dhH5LwzxY Class 6 – Count on me https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L3V46ImNrfE
Dear Year 4 I hope you are all well. Here is this week’s home learning. Miss Balmer Maths: Lesson 1: Y4 task: Multiply-by-10 (CLICK HERE) Lesson 2: Y4 task 2-Multiply-by-100 (CLICK HERE) Lesson 3: Y4 task3- Divide-by-10 (CLICK HERE) Lesson 4: Y4 task 4- Divide-by-100 (CLICK HERE) English: Click on the pictures for a clearer image. Find 4 phrases in the examples that you think are effective? Why are they effective? Independent task: Write your own character description of Ebenezer Scrooge Use the word bank below to help History: Watch this link about Dr Barnado who was a Victorian man who made life better for many children. Make notes while you watch. https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p015jf2y Using your notes, create: A diary entry as one of the children he helped- Make sure you include what he did and how it helped you and other children at the time. OR A Non Chronological report about Dr Barnado using these subheading: Who he was, Ragged schools and Why he is significant (OR what impact he had on Victorian society.)
Hello Year 4 I hope you are all well and managing to keep learning at home. Here is this week’s learning Maths: Lesson 1: Measure-perimeter Lesson 2 Perimeter-on-a-grid Lesson 3: Perimeter-of-a-rectangle Lesson 4: Perimeter-of-rectilinear-shapes English: Day 1 and 2 Remind yourself of the story then write a news report about Jemmy’s arrival in England Writing your news report 1.Come up with your own headline for a news report about Jemmy button arriving in the city. Make it quick and snappy. 2. Write an introduction for your news article about Jemmy’s arrival in London briefly answering the 5ws – When, who, where, what, why. 3. Paragraph 1- Start telling the story of Jemmy’s journey and his arrival in more detail using the following sentence starters: It has been reported that…. It has been explained…. It has been suggested that…. 4. Paragraph 2 – Write a paragraph which includes a quote from Jemmy and a quote from a witness who saw Jemmy when he first arrived. e.g. local residents reported being shocked at this unusual sight. “I was on my way to the market and I saw the most flabbergasting sight. A naked child wandering across London Bridge!” reported local woman Elizabeth Jones. History: Read this information about work houses which existed during Victorian times and create a mind map to show what you have found out. You can write notes and draw pictures. Workhouses 2. Now use these facts to write a persuasive letter to the government of the time, asking them to close workhouses. Here is a letter frame to help you write the letter if you do not have many ideas. Persuasive Letter frame Here are some persuasive sentence openers to use as well: In my opinion…. Many people would agree that…. It is a sensible idea for….. Some people think…., however…..
Hi, Here is some home learning for any children who cannot attend school at the moment. There are some maths, English, History and spelling activities to do. We miss you and look forward to seeing you soon! Ms Boote English This week we are learning about newspaper reports and how to write one. Click the link below and watch this video below to find out more. https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/z2yycdm/articles/z2gk9qt Complete the activities from the website. Newspapers should contain facts (real things that have happened) and opinions (what someone thinks about it). After watching the video clip (on the website above) about fact and opinion complete the worksheet below. You can also look at the powerpoint. fact_or_opinion powerpoint fact_or_opinion worksheet Maths This week are going to be learning about multiplication and division. Hopefully, once you start, you will be able to remember some of the work we did in Year 2. Mon We are learning our 2 times tables tues 5 x tables wed division as sharing thurs 2 divide Fri divide by 5 History We are still learning about the Victorians and the lives of poor Victorian children. Watch this video to find out about poor children who had to work in factories. https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p01157jx Make a list of all the reasons why children should NOT have to go to work! Spelling We have been learning about suffixes. Suffixes are a group of letters that go at the end of a word and change its meaning. Garden = Gardening Watch the video below and complete the activities. https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/z8mxrwx/articles/zwgbcwx
Hello Year 4 We are missing you but looing forward to seeing you back at school soon. Here is this week’s home learning. Maths: Lesson 1: Click HERE for your task: Equivalent-lengths-m-and-cm Lesson 2: Click HERE for your task-equivalent lengths mm and cm Lesson 3: Click HERE for your task-kilometres Lesson 4: Click here for your task- adding lengths English Monday: Write a persuasive letter to Jemmy’s parents telling them to either let Jemmy go with the visitors or to make him stay on the island. Use: -Rhetorical questions – Give specific reasons for your opinion -Conjunctions (although, despite, even though, because) Here is the structure you should follow Introduction: Say why you are writing and summarise your main point WITHOUT going into detail. Paragraph 2: Give you first reason as to why he should or should not go with the visitors. Explain your reason in detail and give examples. Paragraph 3: Give your 2nd reason why he should or should not go- explain your reason and give examples. At the end, write ‘yours sincerely’ or ‘best wishes’ and sign your name. Wednesday: Reading comprehension What are the features of newspaper articles? What is the headline in the above news story? What information is given in the introduction? What quotes where included in the article? Can you think of a caption that could be written underneath the picture? Now start writing a newspaper article Come up with your own headline for a news report about Jemmy button arriving in the city. Make it quick and snappy. 2. Write an introduction for your news article about Jemmy’s arrival in London briefly answering the 5ws – When, who, where, what, why. 3. Paragraph 1- Start telling the story of Jemmy’s journey and his arrival in more detail using the following sentence starters: It has been reported that…. It has been explained…. It has been suggested that…. 4. Paragraph 2 – Write a paragraph which includes a quote from Jemmy and a quote from a witness who saw Jemmy when he first arrived. e.g. local residents reported being shocked at this unusual sight. “I was on my way to the market and I saw the most flabbergasting sight. A naked child wandering across London Bridge!” reported local woman Elizabeth Jones.
Hi Class 3, Here’s some home learning for children who can’t come to school this week. We are looking forward to seeing you soon! English For English we are continuing to read our story Jemmy Button. Please click on the link here to listen to the story again and remind yourself of some of the things Jemmy does when he arrives in the new land. Draw some pictures to show the things Jemmy did when he arrived in England (this new land for him). What did he do/see first, next, then, after and finally? Before you write your letter, click on the worksheet to help you plan your ideas. Answer the questions in the boxes. Remember you are Jemmy so don’t forget to use I. You can use bullet points to help you record your ideas. Letter plan Now you are ready to write your letter. Remember you are Jemmy so write in the 1st person using I. Start by explain why you are writing. Then tell your parents about all the things you have been doing (using time words – first, next, then etc). Try to tell them how you have been feeling. Use the questions in your plan to help you. Letter Template Maths Fr maths this week with are continuing to add and subtract numbers using the formal column method. Lesson 1 Y3-Autumn-Block-2-WO12-Subtract-2-digit-numbers-from-3-digit-numbers-crossing-10-or-100-2019 Lesson 2 Y3-Autumn-Block-2-WO15-Subtract-3-digit-numbers-from-3-digit-numbers-no-exchange-2019 Lesson 3 Y3-Autumn-Block-2-WO16-Subtract-a-3-digit-number-from-a-3-digit-number-exchange-2019 History We are learning about what life was like for poor Victorians. Read this information about Workhouses in the Victorian times. www.primaryhomeworkhelp.co.uk/victorians/workhouses.html#:~:text=What%20were%20workhouses%3F,the%20elderly%20and%20unmarried%20mothers. ks2-workhouses-powerpoint After reading, try to answer these questions
Dear Year 4 I hope you are well. Here is this week’s Home Learning for English and Maths. Maths: Y4 Task: subtraction without regrouping Y4 Recap task : Subtraction with exchanges Y4 task: subtract 4 digit numbers- no exchanges Y4-task subtracting 4 digit numbers with exchanges English: Read up to the when the visitors give Jemmy’s family the button then do the tasks below.
Hi Class 3 Here are some home learning activities for those of you that can’t come to school this week. We are looking forward to seeing you back next week! English This week we are reading a new story called Jemmy Button. Look at the front cover below and answer the questions. Have a look at the story by clicking the link. Stop after the first page and complete the activity. Read/listen to the rest of the story. Imagine you are Jemmy. How would you feel if you had just arrived in England for the first time after spending all your life living on an island? What would you be thinking? Complete the activity below describing your thoughts and feelings. Now, still imagining you are Jemmy and far away from your home and family, write a letter to your mum and dad explaining what you think of this new world and what things you have seen and what have you been doing. How is it different from your home land? Maths This week we are adding and subtracting numbers using the formal column method. Watch the video clips and complete the worksheets. add 2 2 digit numbers subtract 2 2 digit numbers add 2 digit to 3 digit numbers History We are starting a topic about the Victorians. In year 2 we looked at Famous Victorians. What famous Victorians can you remember? What were they famous for? Can you find out how long ago the Victorian era was? Why was it called the Victorians? We will be learning about the life of local people in the Victorian times, where they lived and how our local area changed during the Victorian times and after. Watch the video to find out how you can recognise whether a building or home was built in the Victorian times.
Hi Class 3, Here’s some home learning for this week. I have included some maths, English, science and spelling activities. You just need a pencil or pen and some paper to write down your answers. Don’t forget to do some exercise at home- you can watch the old Joe Wicks videos on Youtube! English This week we are still looking at the story Leon and the Place Between which is about a circus coming to town and involves lots of magic! Wanting to prove to his brothers and sister that magic really exists, Leon volunteers to be in Abdul Kazam’s magic show and gets transported to a mysterious world. The story is filled with rabbits, doves, playing cards and magician’s assistants. If a magician can make it disappear, it will end up in the Place Between! Listen the story again here: Answer the questions here: Complete this activity below using some of the interesting vocabulary from the story. Maths This week we are adding and subtracting 1 and 2 digit numbers. You can watch the videos and complete the worksheets below. Lesson 1. Friday 16th October Friday 16th maths worksheet Lesson 2. Monday 19th October Monday 19th maths worksheet Lesson 3. Tuesday 20th October Tuesday 20th maths worksheet Lesson 4. Wednesday 21st maths worksheet Lesson 5. Thursday 22nd October Maths worksheet Thurs add and sub two 2-digit numbers formal Lesson 6. Friday 23rd October Maths worksheet Fri add two 2-digit numbers formal Science We are learning about magnets this week. Watch the clips here to find out more. https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zyttyrd https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/clips/zk9rkqt Spelling We are learning about contracted words. Watch this clip and complete the activities. https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zvwwxnb/articles/zcyv4qt contractions worksheet Play the spelling game here: https://www.spellzone.com/word_lists/games-269777.htm
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