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Year 4

Week beginning Monday 6th July

 

Good morning Year 4 

We hope you had a good weekend and feel ready for this week's activities. Remember to check the timetable for your daily lessons.

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

Maths

Writing

Reading

Science

P.E

Well being

 

Maths

Writing

Reading

History

Music

 

Maths

Writing

Reading

R.E

Mandarin

 

Maths

Writing

Reading

Science

P.E

 

Maths

Writing

Reading

History

Art

 

We are providing you with this timetable to give you an idea of what subjects you will be able to access each day.  Please remember that this is a guide so if a lesson is not available on the day, it will become available another day.

This week's chess video ...

 

 

... is shorter than the last one!

 

What is a fork in chess??

How to Play - Part 9

Can you play along with us? What is a fork? What are coordinates?

Oxford Reading Buddy 

 

Year 4 Readers of the Week 03/07/20

Congratulations to:

 

Mohammad Zaidane Goni (4C), Ammarah Ali (4D) and Saarah Noor (4M)

 

but also a big shout out to:

 

4C: Amreen Miah, Humayra Begum, Manal Nur, Mariah Ali,  Mohammed Haris Mir, Mohammed Jawad,  Moriom Jannat Miah and Nabeelur Rahman

 

4D: Ahmed Mahfooz Mohamed, Amanah Hussain, Azeezah Ahmed, Fahmida Nabe, Isa Hayat Ali, Maya Parveen,  and Muhammad Daniyal Miah

 

4M: Aden Razaq, Fawziah Ali, Hafiza Rahman, Humayra Nawaz,  Laibah Qasmi, Laila Hussain, Mysha Islam Riya, Umairul Islam Choudhury, Umme Salmah and Yonis Aden

 

 who are also making excellent progress in their reading!!!

 

Well done to 4M who had more children reading and making good progress this week!

 

  Target Reading Band for Year 4 Children Number of children reading this week Number of children making good progress in reading
4C Band 15  47% (53% last week) 37% (40% last week)
4D Band 15  40% (40% last week) 37% (43% last week)
4M Band 15  73% (57% last week) 63% (60% last week)

 

 

See how Year 4 classes are doing in the school league table below! 

This takes into account the number of children reading, how many are making good progress and how many are working at their target book band.

 

Position Class

Points

Attainment +

Progress +

Engagement

           1st                         2C             157                         
2nd 1D 154
3rd 4M 153
4th 2S 147
5th 2K 144
6th RP 140
7th SL1/2 135
8th 1L 130
9th 1W 127
10th 5F 123
11th 2B 113
12th 5O 109
13th 4D 94
14th 4C and 5S 87
15th 3P 85
16th RL 77
17th NKM 76
18th RB and 3D 73
19th NN and 6H 70
20th 6P 69
21st 3J 65
22nd 5BG 59
23rd 6B 32

These children deserve some special recognition as they are currently reading at least 3 book bands above that expected for their age on Oxford Reading Buddy.

A huge well done to the following Anglesey Bookworms!

 

Nursery: Muhammad Abdinasir, Muhammad Yunus Tariq, Nada Abdullahi, Nuha Hussain, Farha Nabe, Joshua Fofana and Maryam Ali

Reception: Mohammad Abbas Chowdhury, Muhammad Usman Khan and Zulaikha Nazir

Year 1: Azaan Shoaib, Inayah Hussain and Mohammed Abdul Qayyum

Year 2: Tanushra Naba, Ahmad Sarwar, Ahmadsaid Said, Ayub Abdullahi, Muhammad Abdul Muhaymin, Yusuf Rehman, Haris Siddique and Maryam Chowdhury.

Year 3: Imanah Sattar and Tasha Siddique

Year 4: Amanah Hussain, Isa Hayat Ali and Umairul Islam Choudhury

Year 5: Tameem Iqbaal

Year 6: Children need to complete level 20 to be mentioned here.

OUR FANTASTIC RAINBOW READERS 3RD JULY 2020

OUR FANTASTIC RAINBOW READERS 3RD JULY 2020 1

Oxford Reading Buddy 

 

Year 4 Readers of the Week 26/06/20

Congratulations to:

 

Amreen Miah (4C), Ammarah Ali (4D) Saarah Noor and Laibah Qasmi (4M)

 

but also a big shout out to:

 

4C: Fatima Habib,  Humayra Begum, Manal Nur, Mariah Ali, Mohammad Zaidane Goni, Mohammed Haris Mir, Mohammed Jawad,  Moriom Jannat Miah and Nabeelur Rahman

 

4D: Ahmed Mahfooz Mohamed, Amanah Hussain, Azeezah Ahmed, Fahmida Nabe,  Iqra Hussain, Isa Hayat Ali, Maya Parveen, Mohammed Ibrahim Ali  and Muhammad Daniyal Miah

 

4M: Aden Razaq, Aisha Momin, Fawziah Ali, Humayra Nawaz,  Laila Hussain, Mysha Riya, Syeda Sumayyah Khatun,  Umairul Islam Choudhury and Umme Salmah 

 

 who are also making excellent progress in their reading!!!

 

Well done to 4D who had more children making god progress this week!

 

  Target Reading Band for Year 4 Children Number of children reading this week Number of children making good progress in reading
4C Band 15  53% (60% last week) 40% (40% last week)
4D Band 15  40% (40% last week) 43% (40% last week)
4M Band 15  57% (63% last week) 60% (67% last week)

 

 

See how Year 4 classes are doing in the school league table below! 

This takes into account the number of children reading, how many are making good progress and how many are working at their target book band.

 

Position Class

Points

Attainment +

Progress +

Engagement

           1st                         2C             160                           
2nd 1D 157
3rd 2S 143
4th SL1/2 142
5th 2K 136
6th 4M 134
7th 1W 124
8th 5F 119
9th RP 117
10th 1L 116
11th 4C 103
12th 2B and 4D 100
13th 3P 86
14th NKM 83
15th 3J 79
16th 5O and 5S 78
17th NN 70
18th 6P 69
19th 6H 67
20th 5BG 64
21st RB 57
22nd 3D 56
23rd RL 43
24th 6B 41

Oxford Reading Buddy 

 

Year 4 Readers of the Week 19/06/20

Congratulations to:

 

Amreen Miah (4C), Mohammed Ibrahim Ali (4D) and Aisha Momin (4M)

 

but also a big shout out to:

 

4C: Fatima Habib,  Humayra Begum, Manal Nur, Mohammad Zaidane Goni, Mohammed Haris Mir, Mohammed Jawad,  Moriom Jannat Miah and Nabeelur Rahman

 

4D: Ahmed Mahfooz Mohamed, Amanah Hussain, Azeezah Ahmed, Eshan Ali, Fahmida Nabe,  Isa Hayat Ali  and Muhammad Daniyal Miah

 

4M: Aden Razaq, Humayra Nawaz, Laibah Qasmi, Laila Hussain, Saarah Noor, Syeda Sumayyah Khatun,  Umairul Islam Choudhury and Umme Salmah 

 

 who are also making excellent progress in their reading!!!

 

Well done to 4C and 4M who have both had more children reading this week!

 

  Target Reading Band for Year 4 Children Number of children reading this week Number of children making good progress in reading
4C Band 15  60% (40% last week) 40% (40% last week)
4D Band 15  40% (40% last week) 40% (40% last week)
4M Band 15  63% (47% last week) 67% (70% last week)

 

 

See how Year 4 classes are doing in the school league table below! 4M and 4C are both in the top ten!

This takes into account the number of children reading, how many are making good progress and how many are working at their target book band.

 

Position Class

Points

Attainment +

Progress +

Engagement

        1st                                      1D and 4M                                              143                            
2nd 2C 141
3rd SL1/2 135
4th 5F 123
5th 2K 122
6th 1W 117
7th 2S 113
8th 3P 107
9th 5O 105
10th 4C 103
11th 1L and 4D 97
12th 5S 95
13th RP 90
14th 3D 83
15th NKM 80
16th 2B 77
17th 3J 76
18th 6H 70
19th 6P 69
20th 5BG and NN 68
21st RB 46
22nd 6B 44
23rd RL 30
                      Lesson Timetable

Oxford Reading Buddy 

 

Year 4 Readers of the Week 12/06/20

Congratulations to:

 

Nabeelur Rahman (4C), Eshan Ali (4D) and Aden Razaq (4M)

 

but also a big shout out to:

 

4C: Amreen Miah, Fatima Habib,  HIbah Majid, Humayra Begum, Manal Nur, Mohammed Haris Mir and Moriom Jannat Miah

 

4D: Ahmed Mahfooz Mohamed, Amanah Hussain, Ammarah Ali, Azeezah Ahmed, Fahmida Nabe,  Isa Hayat Ali, Mohammed Ibrahim Ali and Zaraa Rahman

 

4M: Aisha Momin,  Anas Ahmed,  Ibrahim Mizan, Laibah Qasmi, Laila Hussain, Marya Ali, Mohammed Adam Ahmed, Mohammed Ibrahim Hussain,  Saarah Noor, Syeda Sumayyah Khatun,  Umairul Islam Choudhury and Umme Salmah 

 

 who are also making excellent progress in their reading!!!

 

Results have fallen since last week Year 4.

Remember, reading is really important!

Let's see these results improve next week please!

 

  Target Reading Band for Year 4 Children Number of children reading this week Number of children making good progress in reading
4C Band 15  40% (47% last week) 40% (37% last week)
4D Band 15  40% (43% last week) 40% (37% last week)
4M Band 15  47% (53% last week) 70% (77% last week)

 

 

See how Year 4 classes are doing in the school league table below!

This takes into account the number of children reading, how many are making good progress and how many are working at their target book band.

 

Position Class

Points

Attainment +

Progress +

Engagement

         1st                        

            SL1/2                                              135                                
2nd 2C 134
3rd 4M 130
4th 1D 129
5th 2S 120
6th 2K and 5F 114
7th 1W 110
8th 4D 97
9th 2B 90
10th 1L and 3P 86
11th 4C 83
12th NKM and RP 80
13th 5O 77
14th 3D 76
15th 5S 74
16th 5BG 68
17th NN and 6H 66
18th 6P 62
19th 3J 51
20th RL 46
21st 6B 45
22nd RB 40

Oxford Reading Buddy 

 

Year 4 Readers of the Week 05/06/20

Congratulations to:

 

Nabeelur Rahman (4C), Fahmida Nabe(4D) and Aisha Momin (4M)

 

but also a big shout out to:

 

4C: Fatima Habib, Habeeba Wadud, HIbah Majid, Humayra Begum, Manal Nur, Mohammad Zaidane Goni, Mohammed Haris Mir and Moriom Jannat Miah

 

4D: Amanah Hussain, Azeezah Ahmed, Iqra Hussain,  Isa Hayat Ali, Mohammed Ibrahim Ali, Muhammad Daniyal Miah and Zaraa Rahman

 

4M: Aden Razaq, Anas Ahmed,  Fawziah Ali, Hafiza Rahman, Humahya  Nawaz, Ibrahim Mizan, Laibah Qasmi, Laila Hussain, Marya Ali, Mohammed Ibrahim Hussain, Mysha Islam Riya,   Saarah Noor, Syeda Sumayyah Khatun, Tamjid Sahil Ahmed, Umairul Islam Choudhury and Umme Salmah 

 

 who are also making excellent progress in their reading!!!

 

Well done to all the Year 4 classes who all have more children reading this week!

 

  Target Reading Band for Year 4 Children Number of children reading this week Number of children making good progress in reading
4C Band 15  47% (40% last week) 37% (33% last week)
4D Band 15  43% (30% last week) 37% (33% last week)
4M Band 15  53% (33% last week) 77% (80% last week)

 

 

See how Year 4 classes are doing in the school league table below!

This takes into account the number of children reading, how many are making good progress and how many are working at their target book band.

 

Position Class

Points

Attainment +

Progress +

Engagement

1st                        4M                            143                            
2nd 1D and 2C 130
3rd 2K 125
4th 1W 119
5th SL1/2 114
6th 1L and 5F 110
7th 2S 100
8th 3P and 4D 93
9th RP 89
10th 5O 87
11th 3D and NKM 86
12th 2B 84
13th 4C 83
14th 5S 78
15th 6P 76
16th NN 75
17th 6H 70
18th 3J 65
19th 6B 58
20th RB 57
21st 5BG 50
22nd RL 33
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Oxford Reading Buddy 

 

Year 4 Readers of the Week 29/05/20

Congratulations to:

 

Haris Mir (4C), Fahmida Nabe(4D) and Muhammed Ibrahim Hussain (4M)

 

but also a big shout out to:

 

4C: Aleena Bi Jabbar, Fatima Habib, Habeeba Wadud, Humayra Begum, Manal Nur, Mohammad Zaidane Goni, Moriom Jannat Miah and Nabeelur Rahman

 

4D: Amanah Hussain, Ammarah Ali,  Azeezah Ahmed, Iqra Hussain,  Isa Hayat Ali, Mohammed Ibrahim Ali, Muhammad Daniyal Miah and Zaraa Rahman

 

4M: Aden Razaq, Aisha Momin, Anas Ahmed,  Fawziah Ali, Hafiza Rahman, Laibah Qasmi, Laila Hussain, Marya Ali, Mohammed Adam Ahmed,  Mysha Islam Riya,   Saarah Noor, Syeda Sumayyah Khatun, Tamjid Sahil Ahmed, Umairul Islam Choudhury and Umme Salmah 

 

 who are also making excellent progress in their reading!!!

 

  Target Reading Band for Year 4 Children Number of children reading this week Number of children making good progress in reading
4C Band 15  40% (60% last week) 33% (47% last week)
4D Band 15  30% (30% last week) 33% (37% last week)
4M Band 15  33% (80% last week) 80% (73% last week)

 

 

See how Year 4 classes are doing in the school league table below!

 

 

This takes into account the number of children reading, how many are making good progress and how many are working at their target book band.

 

Position Class/es  

Total Points

(Attainment+

Progress+

Engagement) 

1st                   1D                       133                             
2nd 2C 127
3rd 4M

126

4th 2K 

122

5th 1W 110
6th 5O 95
7th 2S 93
8th 1L 90
9th 3P 86
10th SL1/2 85
11th 5F 78
12th RP 77
13th 4C,  4D and 6P 76
14th 2B 74
15th 6H 73
16th NN 71
17th 3J 69
18th

NKM

68
19th 3D 64
20th 5S 57
21st 5BG 50
22nd

6B

41
23rd RB 33
24th RL 27

Oxford Reading Buddy 

 

Year 4 Readers of the Week 22/05/20

Congratulations to:

 

Manal Nur (4C), Fahmida Nabe(4D) and Laila Hussain (4M)

 

but also a big shout out to:

 

4C: Aleena Bi Jabbar, Fatima Habib, Habeeba Wadud, Humayra Begum, Manal Nur, Mohammed Haris Mir, Moriom Jannat Miah and Nabeelur Rahman

 

4D: Amanah Hussain, Ammarah Ali,  Azeezah Ahmed, Iqra Hussain,  Isa Hayat Ali, Mohammed Ibrahim Ali, Muhammad Daniyal Miah and Zaraa Rahman

 

4M: Aden Razaq, Anas Ahmed,  Fawziah Ali, Hafiza Rahman, Laibah Qasmi, Marya Ali, Mohammed Adam Ahmed,  Mohammed Adyaan Ahmed, Mysha Islam Riya,  Muhammed Ibrahim Hussain,  Saarah Noor, Syeda Sumayyah Khatun, Tamjid Sahil Ahmed, Umairul Islam Choudhury, Umme Salmah and Yonis Aden

 

 who are also making excellent progress in their reading!!!

 

Well done to 4C and 4M who had more children reading this week.

 

4M should be especially proud of 80% of their children reading!!

 

4D had a more disappointing week with a big drop in the number of children reading- let's improve this next week.

 

  Target Reading Band for Year 4 Children Number of children reading this week Number of children making good progress in reading
4C Band 15  60% (47% last week) 47% (57% last week)
4D Band 15  30% (57% last week) 37% (37% last week)
4M Band 15  80% (73% last week) 73% (83% last week)

 

 

See how Year 4 classes are doing in the school league table below!

 

Well done to 4M our top class yet again and 4C who also remain in the top ten classes!!

 

This takes into account the number of children reading, how many are making good progress and how many are working at their target book band.

 

 

Position Class/es  

Total Points

(Attainment+

Progress+

Engagement) 

1st 4M 166                             
2nd 1D 163
3rd 2C

140

4th 2K and SL1/2

128

5th 2S 127
6th 1W 123
7th                          5O 114
8th 5F  113
9th 4C  110
10th RP 107
11th 1L 106
12th 2B and 6P 100
13th 3P 93
14th 6H 90
15th NN 84
16th NKM 83
17th 3J 82
18th

3D

79
19th 4D 77
20th 5S 69
21st 5BG 60
22nd RB and 6B 54
23rd RL 44

Oxford Reading Buddy 

 

Year 4 Readers of the Week 15/05/20

Congratulations to:

 

Mohammad Zaidane Goni (4C), Isa Hayat Ali (4D) and Laila Hussain (4M)

 

but also a big shout out to:

 

4C: Aleena Bi Jabbar, Fatima Habib, Habeeba Wadud, Humayra Begum, Manal Nur, Mohammed Haris Mir, Moriom Jannat Miah and Nabeelur Rahman

 

4D: Ahmed Mahfooz Mohamed, Amanah Hussain, Ammarah Ali,  Azeezah Ahmed, Fahmida Nabe,  Iqra Hussain,  Mohammed Ibrahim Ali, Muhammad Daniyal Miah,  Safiya Hajerah Ali and Zaraa Rahman

 

4M: Aden Razaq, Aisha Momin, Anas Ahmed,  Fawziah Ali, Hafiza Rahman, Humahya Nawaz,  Laibah Qasmi, Mahima Choudhury, Marya Ali, Mohammed Adam Ahmed,  Mysha Islam Riya,  Muhammed Ibrahim Hussain,  Saarah Noor, Syeda Sumayyah Khatun, Tamjid Sahil Ahmed, Umairul Islam Choudhury and Umme Salmah

 

 who are also making excellent progress in their reading!!!

 

Well done to 4M who continue not only to be the best Year 4 class on ORB but also top class in the whole school!!

 

Good to see 4D and 4M having more children reading this week too.

 

Come on 4C, can you improve your results next week??

  Target Reading Band for Year 4 Children Number of children reading this week Number of children making good progress in reading
4C Band 15  47% (60% last week) 57% (53% last week)
4D Band 15  57% (43% last week) 37% (37% last week)
4M Band 15  73% (60% last week) 83% (83% last week)

 

 

See how Year 4 classes are doing in the school league table below!

 

Great to see all Year 4 classes in the top 10!!

 

This takes into account the number of children reading, how many are making good progress and how many are working at their target book band.

 

Position Class/es  

Total Points

(Attainment+

Progress+

Engagement) 

1st 4M 169                             
2nd 1D 166
3rd 2K

147

4th                    1W                          

146

5th 2C and SL1/2 143
6th 2S 126
7th 1L 120
8th 5F and 5O 109
9th 4C and 6P 107
10th 4D 104
11th RP, 3P and 6H 103
12th 2B 97
13th NKM 92
14th 3D 90
15th NN 86
16th 3J 79
17th RB 74
18th

6B

71
19th 5BG 69
20th 5S 65
21st RL 57

Oxford Reading Buddy

 

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If you have any difficulties accessing Oxford Reading Buddy do get in touch using your year group email so we can try and resolve it for you.

 

Also, if you notice books that have been read already reappearing, this is not a fault. Books will reappear if your child needs another opportunity to improve their quiz score in order for them to progress to the next book band.

Oxford Reading Buddy 

 

Year 4 Readers of the Week 08/05/20

Congratulations to:

 

Aleena Bi Jabbar(4C), Mohammed Ibrahim Ali (4D) and Saarah Noor (4M)

 

but also a big shout out to:

 

4C: Aaminah Nazir, Amreen Miah, Fatima Habib, Habeeba Wadud, Humayra Begum, Manal Nur, Mohammad Zaidane Goni, Mohammed Haris Mir, Moriom Jannat Miah and Nabeelur Rahman

 

4D: Ahmed Mahfooz Mohamed, Amanah Hussain, Ammarah Ali,  Azeezah Ahmed, Fahmida Nabe,  Iqra Hussain,  Isa Hayat Ali,  Muhammad Daniyal Miah,  Safiya Hajerah Ali and Zaraa Rahman

 

4M: Aden Razaq, Aisha Momin, Alina Hussain,  Fawziah Ali, Fayiza Salam, Hafiza Rahman, Humahya Nawaz,  Laibah Qasmi, Laila Hussain ,Mahima Choudhury, Marya Ali, Mohammed Adam Ahmed,  Mysha Islam Riya,  Mohammed Hussain Ishaq, Muhammed Ibrahim Hussain,  Tamjid Sahil Ahmed, Umairul Islam Choudhury, Umme Salmah and Yonis Aden

 

 who are also making excellent progress in their reading!!!

 

Well done to 4C who had far more children reading this week with 17% more!

Also, well done to 4D who also saw more children reading this week.

Some great improvements in progress being made in 4C and 4D too!

  Target Reading Band for Year 4 Children Number of children reading this week Number of children making good progress in reading
4C Band 15  60% (43% last week) 53% (37% last week)
4D Band 15  43% (37% last week) 37% (40% last week)
4M Band 15  60% (70% last week) 83% (93% last week)

 

 

See how Year 4 classes are doing in the school league table below!

 

This takes into account the number of children reading, how many are making good progress and how many are working at their target book band.

 

Position Class/es

Total Points

(Attainment+

Progress+

Engagement)

1st                            4M                            156                            
2nd 1D 153
3rd 2C and SL1/2 143
4th 2S 137
5th 5O 128
6th 1W 126
7th 4C 123
8th 1L 117
9th 2K and 5F 114
10th RP 103
11th 2B and 4D 97
12th 3P  96
13th 3D and 6P 93
14th 6H 90
15th NKM 89
16th 3J 86
17th NN 84
18th 5BG 82
19th 5S 78
20th 6B 68
21st RB 67
22nd RL 53

Oxford Reading Buddy 

 

Year 4 Readers of the Week 01/05/20

Congratulations to:

 

Nabeelur Rahman (4C), Isa Hayat Ali (4D) and Mohammed Ibrahim Hussain (4M)

 

but also a big shout out to:

 

4C: Aaminah Nazir, Fatima Habib, Humayra Begum, Mohammed Haris Mir and Moriom Jannat Miah 

 

4D: Ahmed Mahfooz Mohamed, Amanah Hussain, Ammarah Ali,  Azeezah Ahmed,  Iqra Hussain,  Mohammed Ibrahim Ali, Safiya Hajerah Ali and Zaraa Rahman

 

4M: Aden Razaq, Aisha Momin, Alina Hussain,  Anas Ahmed, Anisur Rahman,  Fawziah Ali, Fayiza Salam, Hafiza Rahman, Laibah Qasmi, Laila Hussain ,Mahima Choudhury, Marya Ali, Mohammed Adam Ahmed,  Mysha Islam Riya,  Saarah Noor, Safa Khalid, Samiul Hussain, Syeda Sumayyah Khatun,  Tamjid Sahil Ahmed, Umairul Islam Choudhury and Umme Salmah 

 

 who are also making excellent progress in their reading!!!

 

Well done to 4M who continue to have well over half of the class reading every week!

 

Can 4C and 4D improve results next week?

 

  Target Reading Band for Year 4 Children Number of children reading this week Number of children making good progress in reading
4C Band 15  43% (60% last week) 37% (27% last week)
4D Band 15  37% (37% last week) 40% (47% last week)
4M Band 15  70% (70% last week) 93% (90% last week)

Oxford Reading Buddy 

 

Year 4 Readers of the Week 24/04/20

Congratulations to:

 

Nabeelur Rahman (4C), Ammarah Ali (4D) and Mohammed Adam Ahmed (4M)

 

but also a big shout out to:

 

4C: Aaminah Nazir, Humayra Begum, Mohammed Haris Mir and Moriom Jannat Miah 

 

4D: Ahmed Mahfooz Mohamed, Amanah Hussain,  Amaya Adalat, Azeezah Ahmed, Fahmida Nabe, Iqra Hussain, Isa Hayat Ali, Mohammed Ibrahim Ali, Safa Hajerah Ali and Zaraa Rahman

 

4M: Aden Razaq, Aisha Momin, Alina Hussain,  Fawziah Ali, Fayiza Salam, Hafiza Rahman, Hanifa Akther, Humahya Nawaz, Laibah Qasmi, Laila Hussain ,Marya Ali, Mohammed Hussain Ishaq, Mysha Islam Riya,  Saarah Noor, Samiul Hussain, Syeda Sumayyah Khatun,  Tamjid Sahil Ahmed, Umairul Islam Choudhury, Umme Salmah and Yonis Aden

 

 who are also making excellent progress in their reading!!!

 

Well done 4C and 4M for having well over half of the class reading this week!

 

Come on 4D can you catch up with the other Year 4 classes?

 

  Target Reading Band for Year 4 Children Number of children reading this week Number of children making good progress in reading
4C Band 15 (new target) 60% (60% last week) 27% (23% last week)
4D Band 15 (new target) 37% (37% last week) 47% (47% last week)
4M Band 15 (new target) 70% (70% last week) 90% (93% last week)

            Friday 24 April

 

Writing

Hi everyone.  We are changing the writing activity today to allow you to show your creative writing skills.  All you need is a good imagination. 

 

There are 2 worksheets for you to choose from.  All you need to do, is imagine that you are in the picture.  

Choose a picture and read the instructions.
Close your eyes and pretend that you are there.

Try it!

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Work for the weekend – Charlotte's Web

Over the weekend, we would like you to listen to Chapter 5, Chapter 6 and Chapter 7 on you tube if you can.  Next week, we will continue Charlotte's Web from Chapter 8.

 

A big well done for keeping up the hard work.

Art

 

 

Have you seen this Art lesson?

Are you going to have a go?

Have you any egg boxes?

Elephant art with Mrs Penn

We'd love you to send us any pictures of yourselves getting arty to the school email address!

Chess Club Day Five

Chess Club Intro Final Part Five

Well done with making the chess board and pieces.

 

Here is Hamaad's board, with his rooks.

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How to make Knights, Kings and Queens. (2D)

Creating the final three pieces for our chess board, ready to get playing!

 

Also, here is Mr Jordan's guide to making the final three pieces to complete our chess set.

 

On Monday, we will be learning how the pieces move.

 

Well done if you have managed to make your own chess set this week!

Reading

 

Yesterday was another day with lots of excellent reading by many Year 4 children. Well done!

 

Special congratulations to:

 

Marya 4M

 

For going up a level.

Maths

Friday Maths Challenge

 

 

Here’s today’s lesson:

 

https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-4/

 

Maths Puzzle for the week.

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White and Grey are on the right (next to Blue).

 

So, Red must be on the left.

 

 

 

 

 

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Grey is not next to Red, so must be at the bottom.
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It was Earth Day this week,

so here is a Science Earth game to try.

 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/z6bqkmn/articles/zj7s6v4

Thursday 23 April

 

 

Today’s Activities

 

Good morning, Year 4.

We are having an extra focus on poetry today.

 

Which VERY famous writer and poet was born on 23 April?

 

 

 

The Big Night In 

 

To put a smile on our faces, tune in to BBC 1 tonight at 7 p.m. to take part in supporting Comic Relief and Children In Need, as they come together to highlight some of the good work being done.

 

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Here’s a great place to hear some interesting and exciting poems.

 

https://childrens.poetryarchive.org/

 

Chess Club Day Four

 

Poems and Chess

 

 

 

We have four videos today.

 

Chess Club Intro Number Four

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EA9uDj2iwlE

Mr Keeling talking about rhyme

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=96TKe24ACis&t=273s

 

 

A school-wide poetry competition

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vaXgyu4THQc&t=9s

 

Making our next chess pieces - pawns and bishops

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WrySWpW_j4k

Writing

Charlotte's Web

Chapter 4 – Loneliness

 

Listen to Chapter 4 on you tube by clicking the link below.

Task – Use time openers and conjunctions

             in the correct places.

 

Number the events in chronological 
  order. 
Write the events in sentences, using
  time openers and conjunctions.
 
HINT-Check page 16 if you are not sure.
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Good work from all the many children who read an Oxford Reading book yesterday and a huge well-done to:

 

Hafiza (4M)

 

who successfully went up a level.

 

 

Maths

 

Order Decimals

 

 

Here’s today’s lesson:

 

https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-4/

Maths Puzzle for the week.

 

 

 

The next colour we can fill in is Green.

It is in one of the circles, but is not next to Blue (because Blue is between Grey and White).

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Mandarin

 

Here are some Mandarin materials.

We will add some more later.

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Wednesday 22 April

 

 

Today’s Activities

 

Good morning, Year 4. We hope you have been able to get outside a little to enjoy the lovely weather.

 

Here’s what we have today to help our learning:

 

Wildlife for World Earth Day
Charlotte’s Web Writing, Day Three
Chess Club: Rook (aka Castle)
Compare Decimals
Please Mrs Butler
PE Challenge

Wildlife for World Earth Day

 

Steve Backshall's Live Wildlife Q&A 

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Writing

Charlotte's Web

Chapter 3 – Escape

Listen to Chapter 3 on you tube by clicking the link below.

Task 5 - senses setting

 

Read the sensorium description of the    barn below.
Write a description of a setting of your     choice.  This   might be your home,     
  somewhere you visited on   holiday or
  even your favourite restaurant.

 

Remember to us lots of adjectives!

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Chess Club Day Three

 

 

Here is today’s introductory video. Check this out. Where is Prague?

Chess Intro Part Three

Here is our video to show us how to make our first piece - a rook.

How to make a rook

Here’s another video with a slightly different design.

 

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LZZyxsqpP-I

 

 

And here’s a template you may use for your own design.


Maths

 

Compare Decimals

 

Here’s today’s lesson:

 

https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-4/

 

 

Thanks to Isa (4D) for some tips for this week’s puzzle.

 

The first colour we can fill in is Blue.

(It must be in the middle,

because it is between two colours.)

 

 

The second colour is Pink. (It is on the left, with Blue on the right.)

 

What can we do next?

 

 

Reading

 

 

 

 

A special reading lesson is available at:

 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zr93bdm

 

Conratulations to Nabeelur (4C), who went up a level yesterday.

 

Lots of Year 4 children read books yesterday. Well done!

 

 

PE Challenge

 

Here is today’s special PE Challenge.

 

 

Tuesday 21 April

 

 

 

Today’s Activities

 

This is what we have today:

 

Oak Academy
Charlotte’s Web Writing, Day Two
Chess Club Board-making
Writing Decimals
Reading Reminder
PE Challenge

 

Oak Academy is another new opportunity to find many, many lessons that cover the Year 4 curriculum.

Here is the link to the Year 4 section.

 

 

https://www.thenational.academy/online-classroom/year-4/#subjects

                Writing

Chapter 2 - Wilbur

 

Listen to Chapter 2 on you tube by clicking the link below.

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZV4188aG09E

 

Task – Diary entry

 

Write a short diary entry in the role of Fern.
Writing a diary is like talking to a friend.
Begin with Dear Diary.
 
Think about what happened during the day.  Was it a good day or a bad day?
Include feelings and thoughts.

 

REMEMBER to write in 1st person.
NO speech!
Include a signalled ending e.g.   Good night diary, I’m so tired.   OR   I can hear someone walking up the stairs.  I better go to sleep. 
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Chess Club Day Two

 

 

Here is today’s introductory video.

How did he do that???

How many times do you think we might say the word ‘check’ one day? Please send your prediction to our email address. Who will get closest?!

 

Also – if you can -please email us if you are joining the club. We will write back with a certificate for you.

 

y4@anglesey.bham.sch.uk

 

 

Here’s Mr Jordan’s video to show us how to make a chess board.

How to make a chess board

This video shows you how to make your own chess board at home. All you need are a few pieces of plain A4 paper. There are other ways to make a board too.

Maths

 

Writing Decimals

 

 

 

Here’s today’s lesson:

 

https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-4/

Maths Puzzle for the week.

 

 

Can you work out the first steps?

 

Which are the first two colours that can be found?

 

Why?

 

Please email how to solve these first two colours to:

 

y4@anglesey.bham.sch.uk

 

We can print your tips tomorrow.

Reading

 

 

 

Please keep reading from Oxford Reading Buddy.

 

One book each day is a really good target.

 

PE Challenge

 

Here is today’s special PE Challenge.

 

Remember, too, that Body Coach TV has a new work-out every day.

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Summer Term

 

Welcome back!

We hope you and your families are keeping safe and well. Did you enjoy a well-earned break from the daily lessons?

 

Raring to go now for some new activities? Great!!

 

Today’s Activities

 

This is what we have today:

 

Chess Club introduction

. Big BBC Content

Reading Congratulations
Charlotte’s Web
The Science of Sound
Dig a Hole Maths

So, here goes …

Chess Club introduction

 

 

Have a look at this video from Mr Jordan and Mr Moore. It tells you about the new Chess Club that begins today.

Please email us at y4@anglesey.bham.sch.uk

(if you can) to tell us that you are part of the club.

 

Think about the board.

 

 

 

We’ll start making it tomorrow.

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Reading Congratulations

There has been some fantastic reading going on over the last two weeks.

 

Year 4 children have read so many books altogether,

with lots of children going up to a new level.

Fantastic work!

 

Children reading ten books or more

 

Haris (4C), Isa (4D),

Fawziah, Hafiza, Marya and Saarah (all 4M).

 

 

Children reading twenty books or more

 

Aaminah (4C), Ammarah (4D),

Sumayyah and Umairul (both 4M).

 

Children reading thirty books or more

 

Ismaeel, Fahmida, Ibrahim (all 4D),

Laila, Adam and Mysha (all 4M).

 

 

Children going up a level

 

 

Humayra, (to Level 15), Aaminah, Haris (all 4C), Azeezah, Ammarah, Alisha, Fahmida, Isa, Ibrahim (all 4D) Anisur, Fawziah, Hafiza, Hanifa, Laibah, Laila (to Level 15), Marya, Saarah, Salmah, Umairul and Adam (all 4M)

 

A special mention to:

 

Aaminah (4C) who read a book EVERY SINGLE DAY

 

And Ismaeel (4D) and Mysha (4M), who went up THREE levels over the holiday – (and both of them read well over 30 books each!)

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Chapter 1 – Before Breakfast

Listen to chapter 1 on you tube by clicking the link below.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JBJclN8GyFg

 

Task - Summary

The picture on the worksheet shows a scene from Chapter 1.  Write a few sentences that tell:-

 

•   who is in the picture
•  where the scene takes place
•  and describe what is happening.

 

You can print off the worksheet below if you like.

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This week's Science topic is Sound.

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In this topic, we will focus on what sound is and how our ears hear sound.  

 

Here is a link to a you tube video, which will help you to find out.

Task 1:

Write down as many sounds that you can, which you can hear in your house. 

 

Task 2:

Research the names of each part of the ear and explain how they work.

For example:-

   Eardrum – A thin flap of skin that vibrates when sound hits it.

 

Task 3:

Write a few sentences to explain what sound is and how we hear sound.

(You can play the video again to help.)

 

 

If you like, you can also draw some pictures of objects that make a sound and say what sound it makes.

Dig a Hole Maths

 

 

For Maths work this week,

we will continue to use White Rose Maths.

 

This covers the lessons that we would be having if school was open.

 

Tomorrow, we will also be having a

Maths Puzzle for the week.

 

Here’s today’s lesson:

 

https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-4/

 

Remember, there is a video.

 

Then questions.

 

Then answers.

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Reading

 

Another fun reading website for you to enjoy during the school closure. 

 

This one is designed for children who find reading more challenging as it revisits phonics.

 

This site follows the phonics scheme we use in school so is a really good one to use alongside Oxford Reading Buddy.

 

Click on the link below.

Parents! 

 

I have managed to find a great website offering free phonics games and support for parents during the school closure.

 

If your child finds reading more challenging then revisiting some phonics will be really useful to support them.

 

Click on the link below.

 

Username:login

Password:homelearning

 

Take a look! 

Oxford Reading Buddy 

 

Year 4 Readers of the Week 17/04/20

Congratulations to:

 

Mohammed Haris Mir (4C), Ammarah Ali (4D) and Laila Hussain (4M)

 

but also a big shout out to:

 

4C: Aaminah Nazir, Hibah Majid and Mohammad Zaidane Goni

 

4D: Ahmed Mahfooz Mohamed, Alisha Ahmad, Amanah Hussain,  Azeezah Ahmed, Iqra Hussain, Isa Hayat Ali, Mohammed Ibrahim Ali, Safiyah Hajerah Ali and Zaraa Rahman

 

4M: Aden Razaq, Aisha Momin, Alina Hussain, Anisur Rahman, Fawziah Ali, Fayiza Salam, Humayha Nawaz, Laibah Qasmi, Marya Ali, Mysha Islam Riya,  Saarah Noor, Samiul Hussain, Syeda Sumayyah Khatun,  Umairul Islam Choudhury and Yonis Aden

 

 who are also making excellent progress in their reading!!!

 

Well done 4D and 4C for having more children reading this week!

Well done also to 4D for improving the progress being made too!

Come on 4M, can you continue to improve too?

 

  Target Reading Band for Year 4 Children Number of children reading this week Number of children making good progress in reading
4C Band 15 (new target) 60% (43% last week) 23% (27% last week)
4D Band 15 (new target) 37% (30% last week) 47% (40% last week)
4M Band 15 (new target) 70% (87% last week) 93% (97% last week)

Oxford Reading Buddy 

 

Year 4 Readers of the Week 10/04/20

Congratulations to:

 

Aaminah Nazir (4C), Muhammad Ismaeel (4D) and Laila Hussain (4M)

 

but also a big shout out to:

 

4C: Hibah Majid, Mohammed Haris Mir, Mohammed Jawad and Sumayah Abduljabbar. 

 

4D: Amanah Hussain , Azeezah Ahmed, Iqra Hussain, Isa Hayat Ali, Mohammed Ibrahim Ali, Muhammad Ismaeel and Safiyah Hajerah Ali 

 

4M: Aden Razaq, Aisha Momin, Alina Hussain, Anas Ahmed, Anisur Rahman, Fawziah Ali, Fayiza Salam, Hafiza Rahman, Hanifa Akther, Humayha Nawaz, Laibah Qasmi, Marya Ali, Mohammed Adam Ahmed, Samiul Hussain, Syeda Sumayyah Khatun, Tamjid Sahil Ahmed  and Umairul Islam Choudhury 

 

 who are also making excellent progress in their reading!!!

 

Well done 4M! Superb results this week!

Come on 4C and 4D, can you improve your results next week?

 

  Target Reading Band for Year 4 Children Number of children reading this week Number of children making good progress in reading
4C Band 15 (new target) 43% (60% last week) 27% (43% last week)
4D Band 15 (new target) 30% (60% last week) 40% (60% last week)
4M Band 15 (new target) 87% (70% last week) 97% (90% last week)

Notes for the Easter Holidays

 

Hi Year 4!

 

Well, it's the holiday! We can’t believe it’s already the end of term! We wish we could celebrate together, but it’s been fantastic to chat to lots of you on the phone this week. You are doing an amazing job with your home learning, so well done to you (and your parents) for having such a brilliant attitude towards your studies.

 

Are you ready to enjoy a break?

 

As it’s the Easter holidays, we will not be setting any new home learning tasks for the next two weeks.

The next daily set of lessons will be added to the website for Monday 20th April. 

However, you can keep contacting us at the email address  y4@anglesey.bham.sch.uk

 

We wish you a happy holiday, during this difficult time.

 

We have three or four ideas that might help you over the holiday fortnight. So, here they are

 

Oxford Reading
White Rose Maths
Revision
Chess Club
 

 

1.Oxford Reading
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You have been doing SO well with this!

 

PLEASE CONTINUE TO READ LOTS

OVER THE HOLIDAYS

 

One book a day

 

is a great target.

 

(Have a day off each week!)

 

The teachers will keep looking at what you have been reading. We will be able to move you up a level, when you have completed your eight excellent quizzes.

 

 

2.   Numeracy
 

White Rose Maths

 

If you want to keep your Numeracy ticking over nicely, as well as your Reading, try the fun activities that you will find here each day of the holidays:

 

https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/easter-fun/

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3.   Revision
 

If you want extra things to do, why not look back over the ideas from the last two weeks?

 

This is a really good opportunity for you to catch up on anything you’ve missed, or practise things you have found tricky.

 

There’s probably so much there that you did not have time to do the first time around.

 

Why not explore some of it again now?

 

 

4.Chess Club

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Finally, have a think about the Chess Club that is beginning after the holiday.

 

 

The club will be available to all Year 3 and Year 4 children after the holiday.

 

No previous knowledge required!

 

No equipment required! (We’re going to make it!)

 

Mr Jordan and Mr Moore will be explaining everything after the holidays.

 

Might you want to join …??

Oxford Reading Buddy 

 

Year 4 Readers of the Week 03/04/20

Congratulations to:

 

Mohammed Jawad (4C), Muhammad Ismaeel (4D) and Syeda Sumayyah Khatun (4M)

 

but also a big shout out to:

 

4C: Habeebah Wadud, Hibah Majid and Iqra Noor

 

4D: Amanah Hussain , Iqra Hussain, Isa Hayat Ali, Mohammed Ibrahim Ali, Mohammed Tanveer Ahmed and Safiyah Hajerah Ali 

 

4M: Aden Razaq, Aisha Momin, Alina Hussain, Anas Ahmed, Fayiza Salam, Hafiza Rahman, Hanifa Akther, Humayha Nawaz, Laibah Qasmi, Mahima Choudhury, Marya Ali,  Samiul Hussain, Tamjid Sahil Ahmed  and Umairul Islam Choudhury 

 

 who are also making excellent progress in their reading!!!

 

Well done Year 4, you have more children reading this week than last week and are making fabulous progress too!!!

 

  Target Reading Band for Year 4 Children Number of children reading this week Number of children making good progress in reading
4C Band 15 (new target) 60% (50% last week) 43% (40% last week)
4D Band 15 (new target) 60% (43% last week) 60% (50% last week)
4M Band 15 (new target) 70% (63% last week) 90% (93% last week)

Friday 3rd April

Good Morning Year 4! Happy Friday! We hope you and your families are all doing well! Here are some activities for today…

 

 

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LITERACY

 

1.Oxford Reading.

 

Yet again – for the second day in a row –

Year 4 readers have been doing such a fantastic job that we – AGAIN - have a

 

new best total!

 

(Drum roll …) Yesterday, Year 4 children read

 

62

 

books in a day (beating the previous best of 53).

 

RECORD-BREAKING READERS

 

Here’s a list of the yesterday’s record-breaking readers:

 

Ismaeel, Amaya, Isa, Neha, Hameedah, Hajerah (all 4D) Manal, Aaminah, Zaidane, Humayra, Mariah, Khairah, Habeeba, Iqra, Khulud, Moriom, Fatima, Jawad (all 4C), Umairul, Adam, Fawziah, Mahima, Alina, MaryaSumayyah, Laibah and Laila (all 4M).

 

Fawziah, Sumayyah, Adam and Ismaeel (again!) all went up a level yesterday. Tremendous reading everybody!

 

 

We are aware that some children have had recent difficulties accessing ebooks on the website. This is the message we have had from Oxford regarding this:

 

'We are aware that some users are experiencing problems opening some eBooks in the latest version of Chrome. We are working on a solution, and this should be fixed on Friday 3 April. In the meantime, please try Edge, Safari or Firefox. We apologise for any inconvenience.'

 

If any of you continue to have any further difficulties, please email us using the year group email and we will contact Oxford on your behalf.

2.   Vocabulary.

 

We had lots of help with yesterday's special word. Thank you very much for emailing your super sentences to us.

 

The boy was sitting at the doctors being very anxious and fidgety because he was going to have an injection. 

Fayiza (4M)

 

Coming close to the end of our amazing, tricky game of hide and seek, I was getting anxious because the seeker was coming closer my way. 

Isa (4D)

 

I was feeling very anxious today because my results of my English test were coming.

Khairah (4C)

 

 

Today’s special vocabulary word is ‘compassion’. Can you work out what it means? See if these sentences help you …

 

The nurse had a lot of compassion for others, looking after her patients kindly.
The robber showed no compassion for those he stole from.
My boss showed compassion when he allowed me to work at home, so I could care for my ill mother. 

 

 

 

3.Spelling
 

Here’s a reminder of the Year 3 & 4 spellings,

in case you want to check how many you know.

4.   Writing

 

Today, we can round off all our story-writing for the week.

Here are some ideas about checking your final draft, before you produce your final, final version!

 

Well done for writing your fascinating, stupendous stories!

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Today’s featured resource

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Here’s a message from the team that produces the Harry Potter materials.

 

We know that everyone is trying to keep safe at home at the moment and so we are delighted to introduce Harry Potter At Home to help children, parents, carers and teachers add a touch of Harry Potter magic to our new daily lives.

Here’s everything you need to know about Harry Potter At Home: some new ways to bring the magic closer to you, all specially created by different members of our wide Wizarding World family.

During the strange times we now find ourselves in, we want to welcome you to Hogwarts, where you will find a friendly retreat for you and your family.

 

J K Rowling and Wizarding World partners launch Harry Potter at Home

https://www.wizardingworld.com/

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Decimals part 5

 

Well done with all your decimals work this week.

This is the final lesson in this block.

 

We are using White Rose Maths - Home Learning – Year 4 – Week 2

 

Today’s lesson is …

 

Lesson 4 - Step 9 – Hundredths on a place value grid

 

 

https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-4/

 

 

1.Watch the video
2.Try the questions
3.Check the answers

 

Printable Versions -

Topic

 

Here are the answers from yesterdays capital cities quiz.

Have a go at this fun quiz on North America!

PE

If you miss the regular 9 o'clock session, here is Friday’s five-minute workout you can join in with at any time:

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rN0h6EZd6TM

 

And here is today’s 60-second challenge

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Here’s a joke from Fahmida (4D).

Thank you, Fahmida!

 

 

 

What do double agents play when they go on holiday?

 

I spy!

Well done for all your hard work this week.

 

On Monday, the Easter holidays begin. We’ll be giving you some ideas about how to have a good holiday.

 

Also, on Monday, there will be news about a Virtual Chess Club available to all Year 3 and Year 4 children after the holiday.

 

No previous knowledge required!

 

No equipment required!
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Thursday 2nd April

 

Good morning Year 4!

 

Raring to go with more activities and learning today?

 

Great! Here goes ...

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Today’s featured resource

 

 

Today’s resource is one of the many really good websites out there for children. It’s called:

 

National Geographic Kids

 

https://www.natgeokids.com/uk/

 

(Our topic is Geography this week, so this might be especially interesting.)

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Thanks Anas (4M) for today’s joke.
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LITERACY

 

1.Oxford Reading.

 

We have a new best total!

 

Yesterday, Year 4 children read

 

53

 

books in a day (beating the previous best of 49).

 

RECORD-BREAKING READERS

 

Here’s a roll call of the yesterday’s record-breaking readers:

 

Ismaeel, Ibrahim, Taim, Amaya, Parisa, Fahmida, Isa, Zaraa, Amanah, Hajerah (all 4D) Manal, Aaminah, Zaidane, Shugri, Khairah, Habeeba, Iqra, Jawad (all 4C), Umairul, Aisha, Milad, Sumayyah, Laibah and Laila (all 4M).

 

Ismaeel and Zaidane both went up a level yesterday.

Special congratulations to them!

 

2.   Vocabulary.

 

Today’s special vocabulary word is ‘anxious’.

 

Could someone please put that word in a sentence and send it in to us?

 

y4@anglesey.bham.sch.uk

 

 

 

 

3.   Writing

 

For today’s next step in our story, we are going to finish working on the plot and story planning.

 

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Printable versions:

TOPIC

Today we have a short comprehension task for you based on North America.

Capital Cities Challenge!

Once you have completed the comprehension, challenge yourself to finding the capital cities of the countries in North America! 

(You may need to research online for some help)

PE

 

If you miss the regular 9 o'clock session, here is Thursday’s five-minute workout you can join in with at any time:

 

 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fAUckPMJKSY

 

 

Here is today’s 60-second challenge …

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Wednesday 1st April

 

Today’s featured resource

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10am: Free homework club with former Blue Peter presenter Konnie Huq.

Get your kids immersed in all sorts of subjects with former Blue Peter presenter Konnie Huq. She's launched an educational YouTube channel and will be sharing videos at 10am every Monday, Wednesday and Friday.

Aimed at kids aged between six and 12, look out for sessions on writing, STEM, reading and art.

 

Here’s a link to the first episode (with tips on story writing) …

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kU9FpiQ4MY8

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 Below is a joke from Isa Ali, 4D:

 

What do you call a dinosaur that is sleeping?

A dino-snore! 

 

 

(Anyone sending in a joke today before 12.00 noon will receive a very special mystery prize on the 31st of this month - y4@anglesey.bham.sch.uk)

LITERACY

 

1.Oxford Reading.
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Some brilliant reading yesterday again from lots of Year 4 children. So many of you are reading one book each and every day. That's so good!

 

 

Special mentions for yesterday go to Ibrahim (4D) and Anisur (4M), who both went up a level after some excellent answers in their quizzes. Fantastic work!

 

 

2.   Vocabulary.

 

Today’s special vocabulary word is ‘identical’.

 

Can someone send us two sentences about twins?

 

One using the word ‘identical’
The other using the word ‘resemble’
 

We could print them tomorrow.

 

y4@Anglesey.bham.sch.uk

 

 

3.   Writing

 

For today’s next step in our story, we are going to concentrate on the plot and story planning (part 1).

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(We'll look at a storyboard tomorrow)

 

Numeracy

 

Decimals part 3

 

We are using White Rose Maths - Home Learning – Year 4 – Week 2

 

Lesson 2 - Step 7 - Hundredths

 

 

https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-4/

 

 

1.Watch the video
2.Try the questions
3.Check the answers

TOPIC

Today we will be learning about human and physical features of North America. Have a look at the Powerpoint Presentation attached to find out more. Then have a go at the task attached.

You can also have a go at researching some famous human and physical features of North America and let us know what you find!

 

PE

 

If you miss the regular 9 o'clock session, here is Wednesday’s five-minute workout you can join in with at any time:

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pnKCGY9ZocA&t=232s

 

 

 

Here is today’s 60-second challenge …

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Tuesday 31st March

 

 

Today’s featured resource

 

Dance with Oti Mabuse on YouTube

 

Every weekday at 11.30am

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We really enjoyed all the jokes that have come in so far. Have you a good one to send us today?

Here’s one of yesterday’s jokes -

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Thank you, Laibah (4M) for that.

 

Please send your joke to:

 

y4@anglesey.bham.sch.uk

LITERACY

1.Oxford Reading.
 

There was some great reading again yesterday in Year 4, with almost 50 books being read across the year group.

 

A special mention and congratulations to Laila and Fayiza (both 4M) for going up a level yesterday. 

 

We have also noticed that in 4D Ismaeel has read a stupendous total of 143 books and Isa has read 120, since the beginning of Year 4.

 

We are investigating who else has read many, many books this year and will let you know our discoveries.

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2.   Vocabulary.

 

Today’s special vocabulary word is ‘resemble’. Can you work out what it means? See if these sentences help you …

 

Young tigers resemble cats.

She resembles her aunt. 

Mars resembles our planet in some ways.

 

Could you make up a sentence of your own?
 
Are you finding any of our special vocabulary words in your reading books?

3.   Writing

 

For today’s next step in our story, we are going to concentrate on the setting.

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Please email your draft ideas for your story, so far.

We’d love to see them.

 

y4@anglesey.bham.sch.uk

NUMERACY

 

Timed Times-Tables.

 

Here are the answers from yesterday.

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Decimals part 2

 

We are using White Rose Maths - Home Learning – Year 4 – Week 1 – Lesson 4

 

Tenths on a numberline

 

https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-4/

 

If possible:

- watch the video

- try the questions

- check the answers

 

 

TOPIC

 

North America is made up of many different habitats and environments which are home to many endangered, rare and exotic animals.

 

Watch the video on North America below to find out more!

 

After watching the video, have a read of the Top 20 North America Facts. Then have a go at making your own fact file or poster about North America.

We would love to see these fact files or posters e-mailed to us at: y4@anglesey.bham.sch.uk 

North America | Destination World

Experience the continent with the most diverse environments in this episode of "Destination World." North America stretches from the polar Arctic to the trop...

PE

 

Here's an extra PE challenge for today.

 

 

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If you miss the regular 9 o'clock session, here is Tuesday’s five-minute workout you can join in with at any time:

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SbFqQarDM50

Monday 30th March

It’s a bumper edition today, to start the new school week.

 

Email news
Online Summary of last week’s special websites
Today’s work
Printable versions
 

So, here goes …

 

Email news
 

You are now able to email the Year 4 teachers – not only with your amazing work, but also with any questions that you have. The Year 4 address is:

 

Y4@anglesey.bham.sch.uk

 

We look forward to hearing from you. Tell us what you have been up to. What has been happening?

JOKE COMPETITION

 

Maybe send in a favourite joke today, to check the email is working. Then, we can share some of the funniest on the website

 

Online Summary of last week’s special websites

Here’s a reminder of just some of the great online resources that you could explore at this time.

(We will be adding to this list day by day.)

 

Literacy

 

Listen to a free daily audio book by David Walliams.

(30 days free, at 11am each day).    

 

https://www.worldofdavidwalliams.com/elevenses/

Numeracy

 

 

https://www.themathsfactor.com/

 

 

Number Fun – Free 30-day support pack

 

Please see the link below and sign up for a free 30 day home mathematics support pack where you can download all sorts of brilliant activities.

 

https://parent.numberfunportal.com/

Art lessons

 

Check out some art lessons over at Harptoons with daily live streams every day at 6PM or check out the Youtube channel for how to draw everything from Fortnite characters to Harry Potter, Cartoons and Giant Dinosaurs!

 

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCHRHILY0t3i5VvKEeFMoJxw

 

Music lessons

 

Myleene’s Music Klass on YouTube.

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jCRXAErag8U

PE

 

The Body Coach’s free workout aimed at kids LIVE on his YouTube channel. You don't need any equipment, just tune in to the YouTube channel at 9am each morning for a 30-minute, fun workout. 


Exercise is an amazing tool to help us feel happier, more energised, and more optimistic.  The workouts will be fun and suitable for all ages and even adults can get involved. 

Today’s work

 

Today’s featured resource

 

Science with Maddie Moate on YouTube

 

Every weekday at 11.00am

 

Here’s a link to a recent episode about minibeasts …

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IYaWSiSid1o

 

 

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Topic

This week, we will be starting our new topic Stars and Stripes. In this topic, we will be focussing on the continent North America.

Task 1:

Research online and find all the countries in North America.

Task 2:

Find out the names of the oceans surrounding North America.

 

If you would like to, you can also have a go at drawing and colouring some of the countries' flags or you could quiz your parents or siblings on how many countries they can name in North America!

 

LITERACY

 

1. Reading

Oxford Reading Buddy 

Year 4 Readers of the Week 27/03/20

Congratulations to:

 

Shugri Jama (4C), Isa Hayat Ali (4D) and Anisur Rahman (4M)

 

but also a big shout out to:

 

Hibah Majid (4D), Iqra Noor (4D), Mohammed Jawad (4D), Amanah Hussain (4D), Iqra Hussain (4D), Safiya Hajerah Ali (4D), Aden Razaq (4M), Aisha Momin (4M), Alina Hussain (4M), Anas Ahmed (4M), Fawziah Ali (4M), Fayiza Salam (4M), Hafiza Rahman (4M), Hanifa Akther (4M), Humayha Nawaz (4M), Laibah Qasmi (4M), Mahima Choudhury (4M), Marya Ali (4M), Mohammed Adyaan Ahmed (4M), Samiul Hussain (4M), Syeda Sumayyah Khatun (4M), Tamjid Sahil Ahmed (4M) and Umairul Islam Choudhury (4M)

 

 who are also making excellent progress in their reading!!!

 

  Target Reading Band for Year 4 Children Number of children reading this week Number of children making good progress in reading
4C Band 14 50% 40%
4D Band 14 43% 50%
4M Band 14 63% 93%

There was some tremendous reading over the weekend. Well done!

 

A special mention to Hajerah, Tanver, Ibrahim and Maya - all 4D - who all went up a level. Also, amazingly, Umairul (4M) went up TWO levels, reaching Level 17.

2.   Vocabulary.

 

Today’s special vocabulary word is ‘preserve’. Can you work out what it means? See if these sentences help you …

 

Fridges help to preserve food. 

A fund was set up to preserve endangered wildlife.

Museums do a pretty good job preserving history

3.  Spelling
 

Do a spelling game at:

 

http://www.ictgames.com/mobilePage/spookySpellings/index.html

4.Writing
 

This week, we’re going to give you the chance to have a go at writing your own story. We’ll help you develop your story a little every day.

 

For today, you could start with some ideas about your characters.

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There is a printable version of this later.

NUMERACY

 

TT Rockstars: Every class now has a 'boys v girls' battle starting from 25/03 - 01/04. Your log in is the same as your Oxford reading buddy log in.

https://ttrockstars.com/

 

Monday 4C  Girls v Boys    Draw

              4D  Girls v Boys    Draw

              4M  Girls v Boys    Draw

 

Who will be first to take the lead?

 

Today’s Timed Times-Tables.

 

Why don’t you set a timer and see how quickly you can complete the 144-square below? Can you beat your previous best time?

(Answers tomorrow)

 

[There is a printable version at the end of today's work.]

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In Numeracy this week, we are focusing on decimals.

 

We are using White Rose Maths - Home Learning – Year 4 – Week 1 – Lesson 2

 

https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-4/

 

 

There is a learning video available

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PE

 

If you miss the regular 9 o'clock session, here is Monday’s five-minute workout you can join in with at any time:

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d3LPrhI0v-w

Printable versions

Friday 26th March 2020

 

 

 

Today's featured online resource:

Myleene’s Music Klass on YouTube.

(New lesson on Friday at 10.00am)

 

 

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LITERACY

 

1.  Oxford Reading.

 

Year 4 readers are getting better and better!

 

Yesterday's total of books read was the best ever.

 

49 

books were read altogether yesterday. That's a lot of reading. Well done everyone who took part.

 

(6 by 4C – 30 by 4D – 13 by 4M).

 

Congratulations to Ibrahim (4D) and Adam (4M) -again -for going up a level yesterday. 

 

 

 

2.   Vocabulary.

 

Today’s special vocabulary word is ‘cautious’. Can you think of a way that people are being extra cautious at the moment?

 

Yesterday’s word in a sentence:

 

After his vigorous PE workout, Ibrahim was ready for a rest. He had used a lot of energy.

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3.  The Dreamgiver

 

Watch ‘The Dreamgiver’.

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nYwMuM9qFIg

 

Your writing task is to tell the story of ‘The Dreamgiver’.

Who is he?

Who are the children?

What are the eggs for?

Why does the creature appear?

 

  • Start by planning your story – use bullet points or a story map.
  • Remember to use a full range of punctuation.
  • Include a variety of sentence constructions.
  • Handwriting should be consistent and joined.
  • Have you included any conjunctions?

 

Could you include dialogue between the Dreamgiver and the little boy?

 

Numeracy

 

Here are some puzzles involving fractions:

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Finally

 

Here’s a challenge you might like to try …
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More details at crackingideas.com

TOPIC

How do environmental issues affect animal habitats?

 

Have a look through the PowerPoint presentation on environmental issues and how they can cause harm to animal habitats.

 

Have a go at creating your own warning poster to inform people about these dangerous environmental issues and how we need to stop harming animal habitats.   

Thursday 26th March 2020

 

 

Today’s featured online resource is:

Listen to a free daily audio book by David Walliams.

(30 days free, at 11am each day).    

 

https://www.worldofdavidwalliams.com/elevenses/

 

 

LITERACY

 

1.   Oxford Reading.

 

Congratulations to yesterday's Year 4 readers!!

 

You set a new daily record of

39

books (1 by 4C – 16 by 4D – 22 by 4M). Well done, everybody, for some excellent reading and quizzing!

2.   Vocabulary.

 

Today’s special vocabulary word is ‘vigorous’. What could be the connection between this word and the PE workouts that some of us are doing at the moment?

 

Yesterday’s word in a sentence:

 

I tried to reassure her, 'Don't worry about it. We won't let it happen again.'

She just reassured me that everything was fine.

3.   Writing

 

Imagine you were fishing and you saw the Iron Man suddenly appearing on the horizon.

 

What happened? What did you see? What did you do? How did you feel?

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Numeracy

 

 

For today, visit https://www.themathsfactor.com/ where you can access the site for FREE. Carol Vorderman is the creator of the company and there are amazing activities on here. 

 

Especially, try the fractions sections.

 

https://www.themathsfactor.com/free-sessions/try/?sample=2&return=/try/

TOPIC

Habitats

Have a look through the PowerPoint presentation on habitats then have a go at matching the animals to their correct habitat.

Why not have a look in your back garden to see if you can find any animals and insects in their natural habitat?

Wednesday 25th March 2020

Today’s featured online resource is:

Art lessons

 

Check out some art lessons over at Harptoons with daily live streams every day at 6PM or check out the Youtube channel for how to draw everything from Fortnite characters to Harry Potter, Cartoons and Giant Dinosaurs!

 

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCHRHILY0t3i5VvKEeFMoJxw

LITERACY

 

1.   Oxford Reading.

 

Congratulations to Habeeba (4C) for going up a level yesterday. Also, Umairul (4M) reached Level 15 and Isa (4D) reached Level 16.

 

 

After reading 21 books on Monday, Year 4 children improved that yesterday by reading a

new best total

of 32 books (3 by 4C – 8 by 4D – 21 by 4M). Well done, everybody, for some excellent reading and quizzing!

2.  Here is some revision work, based on A Midsummer Night’s Dream:

 

Similes, Fronted Adverbials and Using a Thesaurus

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(A thesaurus will be available online)

 

Numeracy

Here is a game to help with our learning about fractions:

https://phet.colorado.edu/sims/html/fraction-matcher/latest/fraction-matcher_en.html

 

TOPIC

Watch the video on food chains below then have a go at the food chains worksheet. You can carry out some research online about the animals mentioned on the food chains worksheet to help you.

Can you make up any other food chains?

PE

 

If you miss the regular 9 o'clock session, here is Wednesday’s five-minute workout you can join in with at any time:

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pnKCGY9ZocA&t=232s

 

Tuesday 24th March 2020

Today’s featured online resource is:

 

Number Fun – Free 30-day support pack

 

Anglesey uses a company called Number Fun to help deliver brilliant mathematics learning and songs.

 

Please see the link below and sign up for a free 30 day home mathematics support pack where you can download all sorts of activities and the children can continue to learn their favourite Number Fun songs such as:

 

Jump

Table Troopers

Groovy Man

Square Number Bashing

Onward Roman Numerals

 

https://parent.numberfunportal.com/

PE

 

If you miss the regular 9 o'clock session, here is Tuesday’s five-minute workout you can join in with at any time:

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SbFqQarDM50

 

 

 

LITERACY

 

1.Oxford Reading.
 

Congratulations to Hajerah and Aleya (4D) and Adam (4M), who all went up a level after excellent reading yesterday.

 

Please try to read one new story today from your current level. Read it carefully and answer the quiz questions thoughtfully.

 

(Yesterday, Year 4 managed to read 21 books altogether – 1 by 4C 6 by 4D – 14 by 4M)

 

2.Vocabulary.
 

Today’s special vocabulary word is ‘hesitant’.

See if you can research what it means.

 

3.Spelling
 

Do a spelling practice/test at:

 

https://spellingframe.co.uk/spelling-rule/8/1-Adding-suffixes-beginning-with-vowel-letters-to-words-of-more-than-one-syllable

3. Numeracy

 

Yesterday’s solution …

 

 

Answers to yesterday’s other questions …

 

Fractions ...

 

Today’s questions …

 

Try the (tricky) Maths of the Day questions at …

 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zhdwxnb/articles/zyrj7ty

 

Then, look at this clip, for revision …

 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/clips/zjckq6f

 

ROCK STARS …

 

4C are having a Times Tables Rock Stars session

at 2 o'clock this afternoon.

4D are having a Times Tables Rock Stars session

at 2.30 this afternoon.

4M are having a Times Tables Rock Stars session

at 3 o'clock this afternoon.

All the class are invited to join in a ‘Wembley’ game.

TOPIC

Watch the video on classifying different groups of animals, then have a go at the classification activity.

Classifying Animals (BrainPOP Jr.)

Monday 23rd March 2020

 

 

Topic

Watch the two videos below on vertebrates and invertebrates then try the sorting activity afterwards.

Art Lessons

Check out some art lessons over at Harptoons with daily live streams every day at 6PM or check out the youtube channel for how to draw everything from Fortnite characters to Harry Potter, Cartoons and Giant Dinosaurs!

 

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCHRHILY0t3i5VvKEeFMoJxw

Oxford Reading Buddy

Be sure to read regularly with your child during the school closure.

We will be continuing to celebrate our Year 4 Readers of the Week along with The Year 4 Class of the week.

This can be seen under Gallery Tab under Oxford Reading Buddy Readers of the Week Tab. 

PE

Body Coach TV is offering daily PE lessons through the YouTube channel:

 

Starting Monday 23rd March I'm going to be hosting a free workout aimed at kids LIVE on my YouTube channel. With the schools closed and with us all spending more time at home, it's more important than ever that we keep moving and stay healthy and positive. Exercise is an amazing tool to help us feel happier, more energised, and more optimistic.  The workouts will be fun and suitable for all ages and even the adults can get involved.  You don't need any equipment, so just tune in to my YouTube channel at 9am each morning for a 30-minute, fun workout.  One more thing! I really need your help to spread this message. So please please share this with everyone that might like to get involved, and together we can help keep the nation moving.

 

 

 

If you miss the 9 o'clock session, here is a five-minute workout you can join in with at any time:

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d3LPrhI0v-w&t=100s

Today’s featured online resource is:

 

 

BBC iPlayer and BBC Sounds

 

The BBC iPlayer and BBC Sounds will be adding daily programmes and daily podcasts that children can download and listen to. These will be a great way to further engage the children during the school closures.

 

Please check these out everyday and tune in with millions of other children across the country. Newsround is also a great show that the children can watch so that they stay up-to-date with current news and events.

 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer

https://www.bbc.co.uk/sounds

 

You will need to create a sign in account if you don't already have one, but it is free of charge if you have a TV Licence.

 

BBC Bitesize will also be increasing their content and they have great tasks and videos that link to the National Curriculum for all subjects.

Numeracy 1

 

Why don't you set up a timer and see how quickly you can fill in the 144-square below? Keep a note of your time, so you can try and beat it on the next opportunity.

(Answers tomorrow)

 

Numeracy 2

 

At school, we have just begun some work on FRACTIONS. Here's a set of questions just to see how much you already know...

 

 

(Answers tomorrow)

 

 

 

 

 

Literacy

 

1.   Oxford Reading Buddy is today's key Literacy activity. 

 

 

Read one new story from your current level. Read it carefully and answer the quiz questions thoughtfully.

 

See if you can score 80% or over. (When you have done this eight times, you will be moved up a level. Well done!)

 

If you read more than one book today, that would be excellent.

 

2.   Vocabulary
 

Today’s special vocabulary word is ‘isolated’. See if you can research what it means. (Why are people using it more than usual at the moment?)

 

Can you:

 

Write a sentence including that word?

 

Write a 50-word mini-saga entitled ‘The isolated house’, using at least one adverb, one adjective and one question?

 

Oxford Reading Buddy

 

During this time of school closure, Year 4 teachers are recommending the goal of reading at least one book each day (Monday to Friday). Please take the quiz too.

 

There are lots of fabulous books to enjoy and we would encourage them to make this a regular habit so that your child learns books are to be enjoyed.

If your child has mislaid their login, please can they request it again from their class teacher. 

We monitor in school how often your child uses the site and it helps us to plan support for your child in school. 

This is an invaluable resource for helping your child continue their learning while at home.

Thank you for your support.

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I am delighted to welcome children and parents to the new academic year, 2019-2020. We also welcome Miss Devi to the Juniors and look forward to a year packed with exciting topics and fascinating trips to enhance learning.

 

Our Year 4 teachers are:

4C Mrs. Cumberbatch     Year Manager               Mrs. Galloway Teacher  (4C Friday)

4M Mr. Moore                Teacher

4D Miss Devi                  Teacher

Mrs Ragbotra                 Teaching Assistant

Miss Judge                     Teaching Assistant

 

This Autumn our topic focus is Geography, as we compare amazing Atherston with  bustling Birmingham. This will also form the basis of much of our writing.  

 

In Numeracy, our focus is on Place Value and the four operations.

Children must be able to quickly recall all tables up to and including 12 x 12.

 

We encourage children to learn the Year 3/4 spelling list, which has been sent home. Please encourage your children to practise these on a regular basis.

                    

Homework is given every Friday and we ask that parents support and help children with their homework and encourage them to read a wide range of materials.

 

Important dates this term:

 

 

Atherstone   Trips:       Monday 23rd September and  Tuesday 24th September

Birmingham City Trips:  Monday 30th September and   Tuesday  1st October

 

21 Children from the year group will be given the opportunity to stay at

The Brighouse, a residential setting where they will be involved in a field trip. This will take place from the 7th to the 8th of October. Further details will be sent out nearer the time.

 

PE Timetable: 

It is likely that PE will take place outdoors throughout the year, even during the colder months,  so we ask that children have the correct clothing and footwear. 

 

  • White top
  • Shorts
  • Tracksuit bottoms (Winter)
  • Tracksuit Jacket (Winter)
  • Trainers

 

4D         Monday and Tuesday

4C         Wednesday and Friday

4M        Tuesday

 

4M are also currently  swimming on Thursdays.  It is important than children have their costumes and towels every week.

 

Thank you for your continued help and support.

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As part of International Fitness Day, Year 4 took part in a few dances.

 

Check out our fun video,  showing how active we can be.  Go to the Gallery tab at the top.

 Our Spring term is a continuation of buzzing topics to capture the children's imagination.

 

A Midsummer Night's Dream, one of Shakespeare's comical plays, sets the scene to help  our Year 4 classes dip into the world of The Master Bard. Children explore prose and play scripts, comparing the language features and writing styles.

 

The Iron Man, deemed to be a modern fairy tale, is a compelling novel which forms the basis for exploring reading skills and a selection of writing, including a Newspaper article.  It's a good idea to get your child to look at the layout of newspaper articles - National Geographic and First News are some of the most popular children's newspapers.

 

In Maths, we are focusing on multiplication, division, Area, Perimeter, Fractions and Decimals. 

 

As we approach the national tests for times tables, children have been reminded to continue learning all times tables up to 12 x 12 and the corresponding division facts, so that their recall is rapid.

 

The link below can be used to help with the practice test.

https://www.timestables.co.uk/speed-test/

 

 

 

We are looking forward to welcoming Mrs. Begum to Year 4 after the half- term holiday and Mrs. Gayle will also be a part of the Year 4 teaching team.

 

Children will learn about fire safety  from the experts, as firefighters promise a vibrant workshop to teach our kids about keeping safe in the home.

 

As we approach the summer term, there will be opportunities for the children to learn about Teeth and Sound in Science and Ancient Egypt in  History.

We look forward to seeing parents for an update at Parent's Evening on February 12th.
Welcome to Anglesey Primary School...Parents and carers, you are invited to meet your child’s new teacher and collect your child’s report. Look in the ‘Covid-19 Parent Support‘ page and open the parents appointment letter. We look forward to seeing you all again.
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