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Welcome to Year 4

 

In Year 4, we are always trying our hardest to become the best version of ourselves. 

Our class page is a way of showing you what we have been working hard on in our lessons, whilst also informing you of any upcoming things during the week. Please regularly visit our class page to see what we have been getting up to and any bits of information that you may find useful.

 

Many thanks, Miss Elliott and Mrs Ainsworth.

Our Class Wish

 

As we embark on a new school year and new opportunities in Year 4, we will...

 'be curious in our learning and never give up.'

This is our class wish for this new academic year. We will work exceptionally hard to achieve this wish everyday, by trying new things and encouraging each other.

 

 

Home Learning Challenges!

 

Today's Challenge (7/4/2020): EASTER CROSSWORD

 

 

 

House Points!

I don’t know if you are aware, but BGFL 365 have a house point reward system that I think we should start using. Whoever has the most points at the end of each week will get a special shout out on the school website for all to see! Then, when we return to school, the winning children will receive a prize each 🙂 Sound good?

 

So, what do you need to do to earn points? Well that’s easy! These are the things you need to do below:

I am going to start adding house points from today, as I do not have time to back track. So if you have done any of the things above, then I will earn your house points.

 

Good luck!

 

I miss you all,

Miss Elliott x

Daily Routine

 

Morning  Afternoon 
9-10 am 10-11 am 11-12 pm 12-1 pm 1-2 pm 2-3 pm

 

Wake-up, Shake-up

 

Basic Skills 

Maths/English Lunch break Challenge/Creative Time Blog/Prayer

 

For ideas and links to helpful sites, please click on the pages below under 'Daily Maths and English' and 'Creative Afternoon Ideas'.

How many of these can you try?

How many of these can you try? 1

Year 4 Blog on BGFL 365

 

I know that some of you were struggling to get onto our class blog, so I have put a step-by-step guide below to help you.

 

Log in to BGFL 365 and click on the 'Year 4 Blog' app.

 

 

 

 

When you've done that, it may come up with a screen like this. 

Click 'log in'.

 

 

 

Then, click on the small orange arrow down.

 

 

 

 

Click on Year-4.

 

 

 

 

Finally, click on the eye icon that says 'view' and you should come to the blog.

Notices

 

 

Ukulele Lessons on a Thursday

Just a reminder that Ukulele lessons for year 4 are on a Thursday afternoon. Please make sure your child is prepared for the lesson by sending them with their Ukulele.

 

Thank you for your continued support,

Miss Elliott and Mrs Ainsworth

Times Table Check!

 

As you know, Year 4 will sit a times table test at the end of the year. They will have 25 multiplication questions to answer and will have 6 seconds for each one. This times table check is the closest to the real thing. We expect your child to go on at least once a day and their scores will be recorded on a Wednesday. Click on the link below or the image above to access the web page.

 

https://mathsframe.co.uk/en/resources/resource/477/Multiplication-Tables-Check

What we did today!

 

This part of our class page shows all the fun and exciting things that we get up to in our school day!

Art Lesson - Painting Mosaics

Jesus - the Light of the World

 

 

Today in RE, we reflected on what Jesus; the Light of the World means to us. Many of us describe Jesus as being the guiding light in a darkened room; however impossible it may seem to find a way out, we know that Jesus is there to help us.

Symphony Hall Trip - Music for Youth

20+C+M+B+2020

 

 

This week, we welcomed Christ into our classroom for the new year. Father Gary asked us to use epiphany chalk to write 20+C+M+B+20 above our doors as a way of blessing our classroom.

We wish everyone to be blessed by Christ when they enter Year 4, as we feel blessed ourselves.

 

 

Children in Need Day 2019

Children in Need Day 2019 1

Knowledge Organisers and Homework

 

Knowledge Organiser Folders

 

Today, the children were sent home with their Knowledge Organiser folders. The folders hold their home learning tasks and their subject organisers. These are to be brought into school everyday and taken home every night. As you are aware, the five pound deposit is to ensure that the children look after their folders and bring them in everyday as they will support their lessons. Any children who have not paid their deposit, will be provided with photocopies of the home learning tasks and subject organisers. 

 

Thank you for your continued support,

Miss Elliott and Mrs Ainsworth

 

Home Learning Tasks

 

Each child will have a copy of the 'Home Learning Tasks Grid', either in their knowledge organiser folder or in their homework books. This has a range of tasks to be done at home:

 

Daily Tasks - One to be done each day and signed by parent/carer in homework diary.

Enrichment Tasks - To be done at leisure and signed by parent/carer in homework diary. 

Weekly Tasks - To be set by teacher every Thursday and completed in homework books by following Monday.

Extension Tasks - To be done at leisure by the end of term (Christmas)

School Essentials

 

In order for your child to be able to fully access the curriculum and to enable us to read with them, could you please ensure that your child has the following with them each day:

 

  • Book bag
  • Reading book and diary
  • Pencil case with essential items
  • Knowledge Organiser Folder

 

Please be reminded that a £5 deposit is required for the pencil case and Knowledge Organiser folder and this should be paid into the office. Thank you.

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