Welcome to Year 4

4.6.21

Good afternoon Yr4’s,

Well done on all of your hard work this past half term and I hope you have a fantastic break full of sunshine!!

 

I have attached some activities you can do encase you become bored…

 

Activity 1:

Write a list of things that you have achieved this half term.

Activity 2:

Lay down outside with a piece of paper and a pencil. See what pictures/ images you can form out of the clouds, draw what you can see on a piece of paper.

Activity 3:

Balloon game: look in your pack and see if your bother/ sister would like to play with you. #

Step 1: blow up the balloon

Step2: start facing your opponent

Step 3: hit the balloon up in the air.

Step 4: each player only gets one touch to stop the balloon from hitting the ground

Step 5: have fun!!

Important rule**** players can only hit the balloon up or away from their opponent! They cannot his the balloon straight to the ground.

 

Have a great break

Mr Skinner & Mr Theophilou

Home Learning 7.5.21

Afternoon Year 4,

Well done for all your hard work this week.

For your home learning for the next 2 weeks, we would like you to create a poster about Ancient Greece. You should include facts about the following things:

  • Greek gods/goddesses
  • Ancient Greek life
  • Military
  • Famous ancient Greeks
  • Food

You can make this as creative as you want. You can also make something on the computer an bring it in on a USB stick.

This will be due on 19th May.

Also for Ithaca class;

As discussed in class, we have our class performance coming up this week. Attached below are the Ithaca assembly script and the Ithaca class song that you learnt with k. Chrysanthos. You must ensure tat you know your lines by heart.

Ιθάκη Y4 – class song. 

Ithaca assembly – Script.

 

Keep in mind that not everyone will have lines during the performance, but will have other tasks throughout which will be explained in the upcoming week.

Thank you

Mr Skinner and Mr Theophilou

Home learning 9.4.21

Good afternoon Yr 4’s,

Well done on completing this week, we have had a lot of work to complete and you were all up to the challenge, so excellent job!! 🙂

Home learning:

Your task this weekend is to draw once thing you have enjoyed about school this week and write a paragraph explaining why you enjoyed it so much.

 

Other than that, I would like you to enjoy your weekend and spend some time outside and with your family!!

 

Mr Skinner & Mr Theophilou

 

Home learning 1.4.21

Good evening Year 4s,

Well done for making it this far in the term. I know that if you have friends from other schools they may be on holiday now and we still have school, but we are really impressed with the continued attitude you have had with your work.

Just a quick reminder to keep practising your times tables as we will start testing them again from next week and we have seen that some of you are not as confident as you used to be.

This week’s writing homework is as follows:

 

Lily, Tulip, and Oz have made it to Egypt finally but things are not as they seem. The Canopic jar that has made Grandpa ill has now affected all of Egypt. People are falling ill everywhere. There are massive sandstorms and tornados appearing in the desert randomly. Also, it seems that the god Anubis had been brought to life as well and he is on the side of the children. Lily, Tulip, and Oz must team up with Anubis to save the whole of Egypt and potentially the whole world. However other, not so helpful, gods have been brought back from the underworld and plan to stop the team from accomplishing their goal. Will our trio and their godly companion complete their mission? Or will the world crumble from the curse of the mummy…

 

This homework can be handwritten in your homework book or it can be typed up onto purple mash on the 2 do I have set for you.

Enjoy your long weekend and rest up ready for Tuesday.

Happy Easter for those celebrating this weekend.

Mr Skinner and Mr Theophilou

 

 

Home learning 26.3.21

Good afternoon Yr 4’s,

Purple Mash problems: 

As some of you are aware, we have recently had some trouble on Purple Mash and assigning work. This week will not be posted on Purple Mash but please still practice your times tables.

Home learning: 

This week you will be required to write your very own mystery story. This story can be about anything that you like but need to include..

  • Pencil
  • Magnifying glass
  • Golden orb
  • Please make sure that you re-read your work and check that it all makes sense. Check your grammar, spelling and try to make it as interesting as possible.

Home learning – 19.3.21

Good afternoon Yr4’s,

Well done this week, we have covered a lot of work in both English and Maths but have done a fantastic job!! 🙂

Home learning:  

This weekend your task will be to look on Purple Mash and complete the tasks. Please continue to practice your times tables because their may be a test soon.

 

Have a great weekend and spend sometime outside.

Mr Skinner & Mr Theophilou

Home learning 12.3.21

Good afternoon year 4’s,

Firstly,  I want to thank you for all of your efforts this week since coming back into school. It’s been great to see all of you again.

Secondly, if you have any old teddy bears or stuffed animals that you DON’T want, it would be greatly appreciated if you brought them into class for the school to use for experiments.

Lastly, this weeks home learning will be set on Purple Mash.

 

Have a nice weekend.

Mr Skinner & Mr Theophilou

Year 4 27th November 2020

Dear all,

Please see the homework attached below

27.11.20

Mr. Theophilou

Week ending 20.11.20

Dear all,

20.11.20

We will keep setting you multiplication assessments on purple mash. You must complete these as often as you can. They only take 5 minutes. If you get less than 20, you need to keep practising your times tables as often as you can. We cannot stress how important it is to practise these at home constantly as there is only limited time in the school to practise.

Have a great weekend

 

Mr Skinner and Mr Theophilou

Home learning 13.11.20

Hi all,

13.11.20

Have a good weekend.