Class Teacher: Mrs Duncan
Teaching Assistant: Mrs Smith
The last week of home learning is finally here! Email me with anything you feel particularly proud of. It is a strange end to Year 3/4 for us all. I have really missed teaching you over the last 4 months – school hasn’t been quite the same without you all. I am very proud of how you have all coped with lock down and home learning. I have met with Miss. Smailes and let her know about you all and all of the stuff that you are brilliant at and also what you may need help with. We can’t wait to have you all back in September and hopefully for a more normal school year! Enjoy the summer holidays – keep smiling, stay safe and have lots of fun! Mrs. Duncan
Have a look at the link and get yourself involved with the reading challenge over the summer https://summerreadingchallenge.org.uk/
Start the challenge by playing the games https://summerreadingchallenge.org.uk/games
E safety is a very important thing especially when we are working at home. I am going to be putting on a series of videos and activities for you to complete during the week with your parents.If you have any safeguarding concerns about internet safety please contact Mr Kelly or Mrs Clark.
This is the last activity before the holidays.
Monday 13th July 2020
Monday 6th July
Updated phonics resources
Set 2 speed sounds
Can you get speedy with these words?
More information can be found in the link below:
Set 3 speed sounds
More helpful links
Click the link below to find online reading activities for all ages:
Online Primary Reading Resources
Week beginning Monday 13th July This final unit will focus on a nonsense poem called The Quangle Wangle’s Hat. Have fun!
Monday 20th July 2020
White Rose Maths
We are now thinking about our return in September and in maths you will be learning about place value. Try and either complete this booklet this week or in the holidays.It is the revision of the work that you did in Year 2.
Further maths work
Click here to watch the PE challenge!
We are looking for the most improved children in this challenge to go on our leaderboard. This starts with filling in the form below:
Should your child have to stay at home please click on this link to access curriculum materials that have kindly been shared by Robin Hood Multi-Academy Trust.
Oak National Academy – Here is a link to online learning recommended by the government
Find your child’s age group and there are a huge array of activities children can engage with at home so their learning does not suffer unduly.
We are currently reading Pippi Longstocking. The class are loving the story so far!