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Hello all! What a strange end to the school year, I can’t believe it’s the last week already. I just wanted to say that I have enjoyed teaching all of you this year and I have missed you all lots over the past few months! It was a pleasure to see your confidence grow and to help you learn new things. I am sure you will all be amazing in Year 5/6. Hope you have a brilliant summer holiday.

Miss Smith 😃

Hello everyone, hope you are all well!  I will be continuing to add English, Maths and other subject tasks for you to do. Try to complete as many of these as you can, but don't worry if you can't do them!

 

Some of you may already know that BBC Bitesize are creating daily lessons for Maths, English and other core subjects which might be a good learning tool to use.

 

Don't forget to send any pictures of super pieces of work to me via Class Dojo. I can't wait to see them!

 

I hope you have all had a lovely half term break and have managed to enjoy a bit of the sun. Hopefully I will see you all soon! 

Welcome to the Year 4/5 section for home learning. Your child should have come home with a home learning booklet, in it are different activities to complete. These activities can be completed as and when they can. They should have also brought home a blank exercise book which they can use to complete any activities or additional work they may want to do. 

 

In addition, I will be posting some activities/learning on a daily basis. These could include a piece of English, Maths and a piece of work from one of the other curriculum areas. 

 

I hope that the children are able to complete the learning to the best they can and it keeps them going during the coming weeks. Please remember, arguing and falling out with your children is not what we all need right now. Spend time with your children, enjoy their company, do things together and try not to worry about home-schooling. Children will not learn if they are feeling stressed.

 

Many thanks,

Miss Smith

 

General: 

  • Try to read with your child as often as possible. Ask them questions about their reading, about the language used in the book, the characters feelings and thoughts and predictions about what might happen next.
  • Use the different times table websites such as Times Table Rock Stars, Hit the Button to learn the multiplication and division facts up to 12x12. Their log in for ttrockstars is in their exercise book.
  • Play board games.
  • Listen to music.
  • Try some mindfulness and relaxation activities.
  • Try and get outside in the fresh air if possible.
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