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Remember to log on to 'I am Learning' daily to check for any tasks. This is also used by your teacher to see if you are ready for work each day.

 

If you run out of space in any exercise books (orange Maths or yellow English book), please ask an adult to contact the office to arrange to pick up a new one.

 

REMINDER- We are using Oak National Academy for English and Maths. You will still be set additional work by your class teacher which you can see below.

If you have any issues, before contacting your class teacher, please check the user guides and instructions which are on your distance learning page under 'Oak National Academy resources'.

Wednesday

English

Spelling - Keep practising Y3 and 4 words from the list. This can be found in the 'Other Activities' section in the Distance Learning folder.

 

CGP Grammar – Staying in the Same Tense – p34-35

 

Then do the I am Learning activity – Tenses

 

Go to https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zm6wjhv

Home learning focus

Learn about the key features of a sentence and use them correctly in your writing.

This lesson includes:

  • one video to help you understand how to write a sentence correctly
  • one video to help you revise the important features of a sentence
  • three activities

 

Maths

Multiplication – Try to complete 3 Garages and Studios daily. You can do a Soundcheck too but this has been set to do every Friday.

 

 

PSHE

Children to write a letter to their new teachers, telling them:

Write a letter to your new teacher telling them all about you. 

You should start your letter with 'To my new teacher' or you could leave a gap ready for when you know your teacher's name.

 

You could tell them:

  • about yourself
  • about your family and friends
  • your hobbies and interests
  • your ambitions for the future
  • your dislikes and worries
  • your favourite and least favourite things about school etc.

 

Remember to do this in your neatest handwriting and keep it safe so that you can bring it in for your class teacher in September.

 

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