Please complete the first 3 worksheets for Lesson 1 and the last 3 worksheets for Lesson 2
For English the next couple of lessons you will write a persuasive piece of text on a topic of your choice.
We have learnt how to write persuasively in class and it is now your turn to show off what you have learnt. You may want to hand write your persuasive text or you could create it on google slides. You may want to create a poster or a leaflet to support your argument.
Some topics you could choose:
Which pet is the best?
Every child should/n't have a mobile phone?
All children should receive pocket money.
Fast food is better than home-cooked food.
Compose a piece of music using busy beats on Purple Mash. Please find your work located in the tab 'To do'.
On purple mash, you have been set a couple of quizzes to test your knowledge about what you have learnt. Please complete the quizzes to the best of your ability.
Term Overview / Timetable
Welcome to Year 4
Teacher: Mr Smith
Teaching assistants: Mrs Allen (am) and Miss Jones (pm)
This is a general information on things which we will be doing during year 4.
If you are interested to find out more about our curriculum then please speak to the class teacher.
Home Learning will be given out on Friday, and is to be returned the following Tuesday. Children should be encouraged to manage their time during the week, so that it is completed by Tuesday.
Reading - Children are expected to read every night for 15 minutes and their Reading Record should be signed.
Due to the current situation, children are encouraged to access books on Bug Club.
Our PE lessons are on Wednesdays and Thursdays. The children need to come to school wearing their PE kit. Please ensure all uniform is clearly labelled with your child's name. If your child wears earrings they need to be able to remove them or cover them with tape. Due to safety reasons, your child will miss PE if the earrings are not removed or covered. Long hair needs to be tied up.
House points will be awarded for positive behaviour and good work.
MID-MORNING SNACKS AND DRINKS
Children can bring in a snack to eat at break. This should either be fresh or dried fruit, a cereal bar, a yoghurt tube (e.g. Frubes) or similar finger food (no crisps or chocolate please).
Due to the current situation children should bring a water bottle to school every day.