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Tuesday 7th July 2020

Good Morning Leopards and Pumas,

 

Did you know that in the United States today is National Chocolate Day? We think this might be a fantastic idea to have in the United Kingdom too! Therefore, to celebrate this amazing day you will find Mrs Forsyth and Miss Foy nibbling our way through a box of celebrations in the Staff Room!  Happy Chocolate Day everyone.

 

Today we will be asking to see your Reading Comprehension so be sure to log into Rising Stars and complete your task.

Daily prayer

Holy Rood Church are streaming live Masses every day from Clifton Cathedral at 9:30am. Click here to access the link.

PE

Have a go at one of the BBC Super Movers videos! Let us know which dance is your favourite.

Guided Reading

Head to Rising stars and log in by clicking here.

Re-read the text from yesterday and start the corresponding quiz.

Remember, don’t rush you have plenty of time!

Maths

In your Home Learning Book, complete your ‘Fluent in 5’ under the short date and subject. Remember you only have five minutes to complete the questions.

 

We hope you have managed to have a think about your board game yesterday. Today take some time to think through your board game from start to finish. What will it look like? If you need any help with ideas or just to think through some ideas together, please email us at year4@holyroodprimary.co.uk

Times Tables

Amazing Work Leopards!

It’s that time to practise being a Times Table Rock Star, head to the ‘Garage and Sound Check’ to see if you can answer each question in 6 seconds or under.

English

Head to the English folder to find today’s SPaG and English task.

 

For the SPaG activity, watch the video again if you need to and then complete the quiz PLUS using pronouns and nouns within and across sentences. This week we will be focusing on creative story writing, linking our work to our topic of the Rainforest. Begin to think about describing the setting for your story…

Quiet Reading

Pick up your favourite book and get lost in your imagination or listen to David Walliams short story for the day or access and download free listening books here. You could even read the fantastic eBook ‘Rainforest Calling’!

Topic

Science: Your Science experiment for this week is called ‘A Bubble Inside a Bubble Inside a Bubble’. We hope you have fun with this experiment! You will find this under the Topic star.

 

Computing: This week, you will be continuing to practise your touch-typing. Please click here to use Typing Club. Please complete lessons 6 and 7 this week. You should be becoming more confident in where your fingers are placed on the keyboard. Today you will be recapping the d and k keys.

Extra information:

  • We have loved receiving emails from you, some of which have contained photos and even videos of your tasks and additional crafts you have been doing at home. Please continue to send these to us as they really do brighten our day.
  • We just need permission to upload these to the website so please do leave us a note J year4@holyroodprimary.co.uk

Monday 6th July 2020

Good Morning Leopards and Pumas,

 

We hope you had a lovely weekend and managed to get some fresh air.

This week is “Glad to Care” awareness week in the UK where we celebrate the wonderful efforts of those working in the care industry.

If you have parents, grandparents, family or friends that look after others then thank them this week for their amazing work.

 

Today we would like you to email us your Maths work please.

 year4@holyroodprimary.co.uk

29 June 2020 Children’s Art Week

 Children’s Art Week is a UK-wide programme run by Engage, the National Association for Gallery Education. In 2020, Children’s Art Week will take place online, across three weeks in June and July. Each week will focus on a special theme. The theme this week is Connecting across generations. What will you create for Art Week?

Daily prayer

Holy Rood Church are streaming live Masses every day from Clifton Cathedral at 9:30 am. Click here to access the link.

PE

Just like your teachers, start your day with the World’s PE teacher, The Body Coach during his live 9 am PE lessons here.

 Guided Reading

Log into rising stars by clicking here.

You will see that there are 2 missions set which will last you Monday – Thursday.

Monday and Wednesday you read one of the texts.

Tuesday and Thursday you answer the questions for the text.

Please remember, we can see your work and are so proud of you for working hard to improve your scores!

Maths

In your Home Learning Book, complete your ‘Fluent in 5’ under the short date and subject. Remember you only have five minutes to complete the questions. Click here to access your Fluent in Five work for this week.

 

The Big Game Project: You will find Maths is a little different for the next two weeks.  We would like you to design and create your very own Maths board game that we can play when we return to school in the Autumn.  Click here  to read all about the project. We look forward to seeing your games soon.

Times Tables

It’s that time to practise being a Times Table Rock Star, head to the ‘Garage and Sound Check’ to see if you can answer each question in 6 seconds or under.

Don’t forget we are still battling each week to see who will be the overall champions on Friday.

English

You will find a weekly overview with all of your tasks for each day under the English star.

Our SPaG revision this week will be based on using pronouns and nouns within and across sentences to avoid repetition & confusion click here for a revision video and quiz. This week we will be focusing on creative story writing, linking our work to our topic of the Rainforest. We will begin by watching a video clip from the opening of the movie Rio!

Quiet Reading

Pick up your favourite book and get lost in your imagination or listen to David Walliams short story for the day or access and download free listening books here. You could even read the fantastic eBook ‘Rainforest Calling’!

Topic

Science: Your Science experiment for this week is called ‘A Bubble Inside a Bubble Inside a Bubble’. We hope you have fun with this experiment! You will find this under the Topic star.

Extra information:

  • We have loved receiving emails from you, some of which have contained photos and even videos of your tasks and additional crafts you have been doing at home. Please continue to send these to us as they really do brighten our day.
  • We just need permission to upload these to the website so please do leave us a note J year4@holyroodprimary.co.uk

Friday 3rd July 2020

Good morning Pumas and Leopards,

Yay it’s Friday! We hope you’ve had a fantastic week. Well done for all your brilliant home learning including some super ice fishing for science and great detective work to solve the maths mysteries! 

Today we would like to see your English work J Please take a photo or a screenshot and email your work to us here: year4@holyroodprimary.co.uk

Daily prayer

Holy Rood Church are streaming live Masses every day from Clifton Cathedral at 9:30am. Click here to access the link. Today is the feast day of St Thomas the Apostle. Thomas is often called "Doubting Thomas" because he doubted Jesus' resurrection when he was first told of it.

PE

Why not try “Football School Friday” with Alex Bellos and Ben Lyttleton? Click here to access some football fun.

                                    

Guided Reading

Today you can spend this time either completing any of the week’s reading tasks/missions, if you completed these within the suggested time then take some time for some free reading.

Maths

In your Home Learning Book, complete your ‘Fluent in 5’ under the short date and subject. Remember you only have five minutes to complete the questions. You can find your Fluent in Five here.

It is the second and final day of your investigation. Good luck finding out who stole the football trophy. Remember to email the culprit’s name to receive your virtual detective trophy! Click here find today’s clues.

There is no requirement to print these worksheets off; you can just write your answers in your book if you prefer.

Times Tables

This week’s winners are Leopards!

Leopards 21206 points and Pumas 6563 points.

We will be awarding more special certificates on the weekly achievement page for those of you who have been making a super effort to practise your times tables this week!

Please find time to practise being a Times Table Rock Star, head to the ‘Garage and Sound Check’ to see if you can answer each question in 6 seconds or under. We need everyone’s help to win these battles. Every minute you spend on this could help your class to victory!

English

Head to the English folder to find today’s SPaG and English task. Today you are writing your persuasive letter. We are really looking forward to reading them! Within the folder you will also find your spelling pattern worksheet. You can either do this today or as homework at the weekend.

Marking time

Please click here for this week’s answer papers. Remember not all set work will have answer papers e.g. English. Spend time going through all of the week’s work and discuss any errors so that next week you can improve your scores.

Have a wonderful weekend!

 

Thursday 2nd July 2020

Good morning Pumas and Leopards,

What are you thankful for? Try to take a moment today to reflect on this question. Perhaps you could offer a prayer of thanks to God, send a card to show your gratitude to someone or just make an extra effort to say ‘thank you’ to a family member at home today.  

Mrs Forsyth and Miss Foy would like to say a BIG thank you to you all for your wonderful work!

Today we would like to see your SPaG work. We will be monitoring SPaG.com to see who has completed today’s task J

Daily prayer

Holy Rood Church are streaming live Masses every day from Clifton Cathedral at 9:30am. Click here to access the link.

PE

No Joe today, but here are some other links for your daily exercise.

Have a go at one of the BBC Super Movers videos! Let us know which dance is your favourite.

In addition, if you would like to stretch and warm up before moving on to Super Movers, Marcus Rashford has a short training session. Just click here to watch his fitness session.

Guided Reading

Please access your reading comprehension task here and use your ‘Rising stars’ logins. Today you may want to re-read the text before answering the related questions.

Maths

In your Home Learning Book, complete your ‘Fluent in 5’ under the short date and subject. Remember you only have five minutes to complete the questions. You can find your Fluent in Five here.

 

A brand new investigation today. Click here  to begin investigating the case of “The Stolen Football Trophy”. Crack the clues, one by one to help eliminate your suspects. Who could have done such a dreadful thing…it’s up to you to find out! Good Luck Detectives!

Times Tables

Battle of the Bands the scores so far…

Leopards 17255 points and Pumas 5657 points!

Please find time to practise being a Times Table Rock Star, head to the ‘Garage and Sound Check’ to see if you can answer each question in 6 seconds or under. We need everyone’s help to win these battles. Every minute you spend on this could help your class to victory!

English

Head to the English folder to find today’s SPaG and English task. Today your SPaG can be accessed via SPaG.com. You will also begin writing your persuasive letter today. We are really looking forward to reading them!

If you need any help remember to email year4@holyroodprimary.co.uk, where you will be able to reach one of the Year 4 teachers during school hours.

Quiet Reading

Pick up your favourite book and get lost in your imagination or listen to David Walliams short story for the day or access and download free listening books here.

Topic

Collective Worship: Find this week’s Collective Worship by clicking here.

Science: Your Science experiment for this week is called ‘Ice Fishing’. We hope you have fun with this experiment! You will find this under the Topic star.

Computing: This week, you will be continuing to practise your touch-typing. Please click here to use Typing Club. Please complete lessons 4 and 5 this week. You should be becoming more confident in where your fingers are placed on the keyboard. You can take the placement test, which can be found on the right hand side of the contents page. It will give you an accuracy score and how many words per minute to see how you are progressing.

Music: Can you imitate the natural sounds of the rainforest using household objects? Perform this to a family member e.g. rice for rainfall.

PSHE: Things have changed a lot and very quickly and some people will be finding this difficult. Take a look at some of the activities in the ‘I’ve Got This’ booklet – they might help you to identify your emotions and find ways to keep positive during unexpected times!

Extra information:

  • We have loved receiving emails from you, some of which have contained photos and even videos of your tasks and additional crafts you have been doing at home. Please continue to send these to us as they really do brighten our day.
  • We just need permission to upload these to the website so please do leave us a note J year4@holyroodprimary.co.uk

 

Wednesday 1st July 2020

 Good Morning Everyone and welcome to July!

I know many of you like to say the phrase “pinch, punch first of the month”. Did you know this rhyme originates from hundreds of years ago and was used to ward off bad luck each month? We wish you only good luck and happiness each and every day!

Today we would like to see an example of your topic work. You can email your work to us here, but please remember to give us consent to put them online: year4@holyroodprimary.co.uk

National Picnic Month

If you enjoy getting eating outdoors then July is the month for you, as the whole of this month is National Picnic Month! If you would like to email us your picnic pictures we would love to see them J

Daily prayer

Holy Rood Church are streaming live Masses every day from Clifton Cathedral at 9:30am. Click here to access the link.

PE

Start your day with the World’s PE teacher, the Body Coach during his live 9am PE lessons here.

Guided Reading

Please access your reading comprehension task here and use your ‘Rising stars’ logins. Well done to those of you who are completing this daily – we can see your scores!

Wednesday read the second text

Thursday answer the related questions.

Friday you will now have some free choice reading time/catch up time to complete the above tasks.

Maths

In your Home Learning Book, complete your ‘Fluent in 5’ under the short date and subject. Remember you only have five minutes to complete the questions. Click here to access your Maths work for this week.

The fifth and final clue today. Can you guess who ruined the ice cream at the fair? Email us the answer and we can give you an “Excellent Detective” award and upload it to the Year 4 website.

Times Tables

Well done for those of you who are working so hard for your class J

Please find time to practise being a Times Table Rock Star, head to the ‘Garage and Sound Check’ to see if you can answer each question in 6 seconds or under. We need everyone’s help to win these battles. Every minute you spend on this could help your class to victory!

English

Head to the English folder to find today’s SPaG and English task. Now you get to be creative and begin planning your ideas for writing your persuasive letter to save the rainforest!

If you need any help remember to email year4@holyroodprimary.co.uk, where you will be able to reach one of the Year 4 teachers during school hours.

Quiet Reading

Pick up your favourite book and get lost in your imagination or listen to David Walliams short story for the day or access and download free listening books here.

Topic

Science: Your Science experiment for this week is called ‘Ice Fishing’. We hope you have fun with this experiment! You will find this under the Topic star.

Computing: This week, you will be continuing to practise your touch-typing. Please click here to use Typing Club. Please complete lessons 4 and 5 this week. You should be becoming more confident in where your fingers are placed on the keyboard. You can take the placement test, which can be found on the right hand side of the contents page. It will give you an accuracy score and how many words per minute to see how you are progressing.

Music: Can you imitate the natural sounds of the rainforest using household objects? Perform this to a family member e.g. rice for rainfall.

Extra information:

  • We have loved receiving emails from you, some of which have contained photos and even videos of your tasks and additional crafts you have been doing at home. Please continue to send these to us as they really do brighten our day.
  • We just need permission to upload these to the website so please do leave us a note J year4@holyroodprimary.co.uk

Tuesday 30th June 2020

Good Morning Leopards and Pumas,  

Today is the last day of June. Did you know June is one of four months in the calendar year that has only 30 days? The other three months are April, September and November. Today is also day 182 in the calendar year. We hope you are enjoying creating your Science experiments this week and today you also have the next stage of your ICT touch-typing course to work on. Have a lovely Tuesday everyone.

Today we will be asking to see your Reading Comprehension so be sure to log into Rising Stars and complete your task.

Daily prayer

Holy Rood Church are streaming live Masses every day from Clifton Cathedral at 9:30am. Click here to access the link.

PE

Have a go at one of the BBC Super Movers videos! Let us know which dance is your favourite.

Guided Reading

Head to Rising stars and log in by clicking here.

Re-read the text from yesterday and start the corresponding quiz.

Remember, don’t rush you have plenty of time!

Maths

In your Home Learning Book, complete your ‘Fluent in 5’ under the short date and subject. Remember you only have five minutes to complete the questions. Click here to access your Maths work for this week.

 

Well done on cracking the first two clues. Today you need to investigate some more clues.

Can you find out what was found inside the ice cream van and how old the culprit was? Remember to cross out the names of suspects who could not have committed the crime. That way you will narrow down your list of suspects to only a few.

Times Tables

Amazing Work Leopards!

It’s that time to practise being a Times Table Rock Star, head to the ‘Garage and Sound Check’ to see if you can answer each question in 6 seconds or under.

English

Head to the English folder to find today’s SPaG and English task.

 

For the SPaG activity, watch the video again if you need to and then complete the quiz PLUS on the present perfect verb form. This week we will be focusing on persuasive letters, linking our writing to our topic of the Rainforest. Re-read the model persuasive letter and identify the structural features.

If you need any help remember to email year4@holyroodprimary.co.uk, where you will be able to reach one of the Year 4 teachers during school hours.

Quiet Reading

Pick up your favourite book and get lost in your imagination or listen to David Walliams short story for the day or access and download free listening books here.

Topic

Science: Your Science experiment for this week is called ‘Ice Fishing’. We hope you have fun with this experiment! You will find this under the Topic star.

Computing: This week, you will be continuing to practise your touch-typing. Please click here to use Typing Club. Please complete lessons 4 and 5 this week. You should be becoming more confident in where your fingers are placed on the keyboard. You can take the placement test, which can be found on the right hand side of the contents page. It will give you an accuracy score and how many words per minute to see how you are progressing.

Extra information:

  • We have loved receiving emails from you, some of which have contained photos and even videos of your tasks and additional crafts you have been doing at home. Please continue to send these to us as they really do brighten our day.
  • We just need permission to upload these to the website so please do leave us a note J year4@holyroodprimary.co.uk

Monday 29th June 2020

Good Morning Leopards and Pumas.

This week we are leaving the month of June and entering July. Did you know that the month of July was named after the Roman Emperor Julius Caesar who was born on the 13th July 100B.C? Before it was named July, the Romans called it Quintillis and it was the fifth month in the Roman year!

Lots of learning this week including a fun new Science experiment, new Maths investigations and it’s Children’s Art week. Have a wonderful week everyone.

Today we would like you to email us your Maths work please.

 year4@holyroodprimary.co.uk

29 June 2020 Children’s Art Week

 Children’s Art Week is a UK-wide programme run by Engage, the National Association for Gallery Education. In 2020, Children’s Art Week will take place online, across three weeks in June and July. Each week will focus on a special theme. The theme this week is The Natural World. What will you create for Art Week?

Daily prayer

Holy Rood Church are streaming live Masses every day from Clifton Cathedral at 9:30am. Click here to access the link.

PE

Just like your teachers, start your day with the World’s PE teacher, The Body Coach during his live 9am PE lessons here.

Guided Reading

Log into rising stars by clicking here.

You will see that there are 2 missions set which will last you Monday – Thursday.

Monday and Wednesday you read one of the texts.

Tuesday and Thursday you answer the questions for the text.

Please remember, we can see your work and are so proud of you for working hard to improve your scores!

Maths

This week you will find your Maths Lessons’ and your Fluent in Five here.

 

Chief Detectives Foy and Forsyth have been most impressed by your investigating skills over the last fortnight. This is your final week of solving crime. Two new investigations this week. Case 1 – Who melted all the ice cream at the fair? Case 2 – Who stole the missing football trophy during the football competition? Let us know who committed the crimes by emailing us the name of the culprit at year4@holyroodprimary.co.uk

Times Tables

If you click here, you will be able to see if you were awarded a TTRS certificate this week. All those children that contributed to the tournament have been awarded a certificate.

It is that time to practise being a Times Table Rock Star, head to the ‘Garage and Sound Check’ to see if you can answer each question in 6 seconds or under.

Don’t forget we are still battling each week to see who will be the overall champions on Friday.

English

You will find a weekly overview with all of your tasks for each day under the English star.

 

Our SPaG revision this week will be based on the present perfect verb form click here for a revision video and quiz. This week we will be focusing on persuasive letters, linking our writing to our topic of the Rainforest. We will begin by exploring the features of a model text.

Quiet Reading

Pick up your favourite book and get lost in your imagination or listen to David Walliams short story for the day or access and download free listening books here.

Topic

Science: Your Science experiment for this week is called ‘Ice Fishing’. We hope you have fun with this experiment! You will find this under the Topic star.

Extra information:

  • We have loved receiving emails from you, some of which have contained photos and even videos of your tasks and additional crafts you have been doing at home. Please continue to send these to us as they really do brighten our day.
  • We just need permission to upload these to the website so please do leave us a note J year4@holyroodprimary.co.uk

Friday 26th June 2020

Happy Friday to all of our Year 4 mischievous minions!

We hope you’ve had a great week. Thank you for sending in all of your wonderful work. Have a fun weekend – be careful not to cause minion mayhem!  

Today we would like to see your English work J Please take a photo or a screenshot and email your work to us here: year4@holyroodprimary.co.uk

Daily prayer

Holy Rood Church are streaming live Masses every day from Clifton Cathedral at 9:30am. Click here to access the link. 

PE

Why not try “Football School Friday” with Alex Bellos and Ben Lyttleton? Click here to access some football fun.

Guided Reading

Today you can spend this time either completing any of the week’s reading tasks/missions, if you completed these within the suggested time then take some time for some free reading.

Maths

In your Home Learning Book, complete your ‘Fluent in 5’ under the short date and subject. Remember you only have five minutes to complete the questions. You can find your Fluent in Five here.

It is the second and final day of your “Escape from the Zoo” investigation. Good luck finding out who is the thief. Remember to email the culprit’s name to receive your virtual detective trophy! Click here find today’s clues.

There is no requirement to print these worksheets off; you can just write your answers in your book if you prefer.

Times Tables

This week’s winners are Leopards!

Leopards 14291 points and Pumas 3145 points.

Well done to the individual top rockers this week: Shania, Dwayne, Junaria, Edmon, Noshval and Ola! J

Next week we will be awarding special certificates on the website for those of you who have been making a super effort to practise your times tables regularly! 

Please find time to practise being a Times Table Rock Star, head to the ‘Garage and Sound Check’ to see if you can answer each question in 6 seconds or under. We need everyone’s help to win these battles. Every minute you spend on this could help your class to victory and earn you a certificate!

English

Head to the English folder to find today’s SPaG and English task. Today you are writing your diary. We are really looking forward to reading them! Within the folder you will also find your spelling pattern worksheet on words containing the letter string ‘ough’. You can either do this today or as homework at the weekend.

If you need any help, remember to email year4@holyroodprimary.co.uk, where you will be able to reach one of the Year 4 teachers during school hours.

Marking time

Please click here for this week’s answer papers. Remember not all set work will have answer papers e.g. English. Spend time going through all of the week’s work and discuss any errors so that next week you can improve your scores.

Have a wonderful weekend!

Thursday 25th June 2020

Good morning Pumas and Leopards, 

A big thumbs up for all your terrific work so far this week especially your excellent Maths detective work and super Science experiment pictures and videos. We are very impressed!

We also hope you are enjoying the lovely weather - going for cycle rides, playing football in the garden or having BBQs in the sunshine! Miss Foy enjoyed going strawberry picking last weekend and Mrs Forsyth has been on some wonderful walks with her dog. We always love to hear what you have been doing too…

Today we would like to see your SPaG work. We will be monitoring SPaG.com to see who has completed today’s task J

Daily prayer

Holy Rood Church are streaming live Masses every day from Clifton Cathedral at 9:30am. Click here to access the link.

PE

No Joe today, but here are some other links for your daily exercise.

Have a go at one of the BBC Super Movers videos! Let us know which dance is your favourite.

In addition, if you would like to stretch and warm up before moving on to Super Movers, Marcus Rashford has a short training session. Just click here to watch his fitness session.

Guided Reading

Please access your reading comprehension task here and use your ‘Rising stars’ logins. Today you may want to re-read the text before answering the related questions.

Maths

In your Home Learning Book, complete your ‘Fluent in 5’ under the short date and subject. Remember you only have five minutes to complete the questions. You can find your Fluent in Five here.

 

A brand new investigation today. Click here to find out about the “Escape from the Zoo” investigation.

There is no requirement to print these worksheets off; you can just write your answers in your book if you prefer.

Times Tables

Battle of the Bands the scores so far…

Leopards 12600 points and Pumas 2513 points!

Come on Pumas! We can do it! J

Please find time to practise being a Times Table Rock Star, head to the ‘Garage and Sound Check’ to see if you can answer each question in 6 seconds or under. We need everyone’s help to win these battles. Every minute you spend on this could help your class to victory!

English

Head to the English folder to find today’s SPaG and English task. Today your SPaG can be accessed via SPaG.com. You will also begin writing your diary today as an animal from the story. We are really looking forward to reading them!

If you need any help remember to email year4@holyroodprimary.co.uk, where you will be able to reach one of the Year 4 teachers during school hours.

Quiet Reading

Pick up your favourite book and get lost in your imagination or listen to David Walliams short story for the day or access and download free listening books here.

Topic

Collective Worship: Find this week’s Collective Worship by clicking here.

Science: Your Science experiment for this week is called ‘Self-Inflating Balloon’. We hope you have fun with this experiment! You will find this under the Topic star.

Computing: This week, you will be continuing to practise your touch-typing. Please click here to use Typing Club. Please complete lessons 2 and 3 this week. You should be becoming more confident in where your fingers are placed on the keyboard.

Art: Create your own rainforest in a jar! You could re-use and recycle some of the brilliant things you made for your layers of the rainforest presentation.

 

PSHE: Care Mail: We were inspired by the thoughtful work of some of our Year 4s who have already completed this challenge to share it with all of you! If you cannot post your creations then please email us a picture of your work and let us know so we can print and post them for you J

Extra information:

  • We have loved receiving emails from you, some of which have contained photos and even videos of your tasks and additional crafts you have been doing at home. Please continue to send these to us as they really do brighten our day.
  • We just need permission to upload these to the website so please do leave us a note J year4@holyroodprimary.co.uk

 

Wednesday 24th June 2020

Good Morning Leopards and Pumas, 

 

It was wonderful to look at Rising Stars yesterday and see all the children who are working hard on their Guided Reading this week. We hope you are finding a little bit of time in the day to complete some personal reading. Whether you read to your mum, dad, little brother or even to your pet goldfish – someone always wants a story to be read to them. Treat someone in your family today to a little story and watch the smile grow on their face.

 

Today we would like to see an example of your topic work. You can email your work to us here, but please remember to give us consent to put them online: year4@holyroodprimary.co.uk

Daily prayer

Holy Rood Church are streaming live Masses every day from Clifton Cathedral at 9:30am. Click here to access the link. Today is the The Nativity of John the Baptist.

PE

Start your day with the World’s PE teacher, the Body Coach during his live 9am PE lessons here.

Guided Reading

Please access your reading comprehension task here and use your ‘Rising stars’ logins. Well done to those of you who are completing this daily – we can see your scores!

Wednesday read the second text

Thursday answer the related questions.

Friday you will now have some free choice reading time/catch up time to  the above tasks.

Maths

In your Home Learning Book, complete your ‘Fluent in 5’ under the short date and subject. Remember you only have five minutes to complete the questions. You can find your questions here .

 

It is the last day of “The Mystery of the Stolen Sports Day Sacks” investigation. Just a couple of more clues before you discover who hid the sacks! If you would like a virtual detective trophy put on the Y4 webpage with your name on it, please email me the culprit’s name.

There is no requirement to print these worksheets off; you can just write your answers in your book if you prefer.

Times Tables

Well done for those of you who are working so hard for your class J

Please find time to practise being a Times Table Rock Star, head to the ‘Garage and Sound Check’ to see if you can answer each question in 6 seconds or under. We need everyone’s help to win these battles. Every minute you spend on this could help your class to victory!

English

Head to the English folder to find today’s SPaG and English task. Now you get to be creative and begin planning your ideas for writing your diary entry as one of the animals!

If you need any help remember to email year4@holyroodprimary.co.uk, where you will be able to reach one of the Year 4 teachers during school hours.

Quiet Reading

Pick up your favourite book and get lost in your imagination or listen to David Walliams’ short story for the day or access and download free listening books here.

Topic

Science: Your Science experiment for this week is called ‘Self-Inflating Balloon’. We hope you have fun with this experiment! You will find this under the Topic star.

Computing: This week, you will be continuing to practise your touch-typing. Please click here to use Typing Club. Please complete lessons 2 and 3 this week. You should be becoming more confident in where your fingers are placed on the keyboard.

 

Art: Create your own rainforest in a jar! You could re-use and recycle some of the brilliant things you made for your layers of the rainforest presentation.

Extra information:

  • We have loved receiving emails from you, some of which have contained photos and even videos of your tasks and additional crafts you have been doing at home. Please continue to send these to us as they really do brighten our day.
  • We just need permission to upload these to the website so please do leave us a note J year4@holyroodprimary.co.uk

Tuesday 23rd June 2020

Good Morning Everyone,

It has been lovely seeing all your work that you completed yesterday. We really enjoy seeing all your photos. There is lots to do today and of course, you can complete your tasks in any order.

 

Today we will be asking to see your Reading Comprehension so be sure to log into Rising Stars and complete your task.

 

Daily prayer

Holy Rood Church are streaming live Masses every day from Clifton Cathedral at 9:30am. Click here to access the link.

 

PE

Have a go at one of the BBC Super Movers videos! Let us know which dance is your favourite.

 In addition, if you would like to stretch and warm up before moving on to Super Movers,

Marcus Rashford has a short training session. Just click here to watch his fitness session.

Guided Reading

Head to Rising stars and log in by clicking here.

Re-read the text from yesterday and start the corresponding quiz.

Remember, don’t rush you have plenty of time!

Maths

In your Home Learning Book, complete the following ‘Fluent in 5’ under the short date and subject. Remember you only have five minutes to complete the questions.

 

This week you will find your Maths Lessons here. Today you will be carrying on your important detective work. There are more clues to solve to find the Sports Day Sack Thief. These are tricky investigations this week so please email us if you would like some help or guidance with any of the questions.

There is no requirement to print these worksheets off; you can just write your answers in your book if you prefer.

Times Tables

It’s that time to practise being a Times Table Rock Star, head to the ‘Garage and Sound Check’ to see if you can answer each question in 6 seconds or under.

English

Head to the English folder to find today’s SPaG and English task. This week we are continuing to focus on Diary writing linking to our topic about The Rainforest. Re-watch the story of The Great Kapok Tree and pick one of the animals to focus on. Create a mind map of your chosen animal’s thoughts and feelings.

If you need any help, remember to email year4@holyroodprimary.co.uk, where you will be able to reach one of the Year 4 teachers during school hours.

Quiet Reading

Pick up your favourite book and get lost in your imagination or listen to David Walliams short story for the day or access and download free listening books here.

Topic

Science: Your Science experiment for this week is called ‘Water Bottle Volcano”. We hope you have fun with this experiment! You will find this under the Topic star.

 

Computing: This week, you will be continuing to practise your touch-typing. Please click here to use Typing Club. Please complete lessons 2 and 3 this week. You should be becoming more confident in where your fingers are placed on the keyboard.

Extra information:

  • We have loved receiving emails from you, some of which have contained photos and even videos of your tasks and additional crafts you have been doing at home. Please continue to send these to us as they really do brighten our day.
  • We just need permission to upload these to the website so please do leave us a note J year4@holyroodprimary.co.uk

 

 

Monday 22nd June 2020

Good Morning Leopards and Pumas,

Wow! What a talented year group we have. Miss Foy and Mrs Forsyth have been impressed with your Maths and English during Lockdown. We have enjoyed reading your work and seeing all your crazy Science experiments and wonderful cooking and baking. Thank you for always giving 100% effort.

 

Today we would like you to email us your Maths work please.

 year4@holyroodprimary.co.uk

 

Daily prayer

Holy Rood Church are streaming live Masses every day from Clifton Cathedral at 9:30am. Click here to access the link.

PE

As you may have read, Joe will be scaling down his PE sessions to Monday, Wednesday and Friday.

Fear not! We will have a new recommendation tomorrow for you to try as an alternative PE session.

In the mean time, for today please click here to join The Body Coach at 9am for a workout.

Guided Reading

Log into rising stars by clicking here.

You will see that there are 2 missions set which will last you Monday – Thursday.

Monday and Wednesday you read one of the texts.

Tuesday and Thursday you answer the questions for the text.

Please remember, we can see your work and are so proud of you for working hard to improve your scores!

Maths

This week you will find your Maths Lessons’ and your Fluent in Five here.

 

Chief Detectives Foy and Forsyth have been most impressed by your investigating skills last week. Solving the clues and finding the culprits wasn’t easy but you persevered and caught the naughty children!

You have another two cases to crack this week. The first investigation is “The Case of the Missing Sports Days Sacks”. Once you have solved that mystery there is another investigation called “Escape from the Zoo”.

Let us know who committed the crimes by emailing us the name of the culprit at year4@holyroodprimary.co.uk

Times Tables

A brand new tournament has begun…who will be victorious?

It’s that time to practise being a Times Table Rock Star, head to the ‘Garage and Sound Check’ to see if you can answer each question in 6 seconds or under.

Don’t forget we are still battling each week to see who will be the overall champions on Friday.

English

You will find a weekly overview with all of your English tasks for each day here. This week’s SPaG revision will be based on apostrophes. We are going to begin our English writing this week by watching and exploring the speech of the characters in the wonderful story of The Great Kapok Tree.

 

Spelling

22nd June

Please practise these words at home using correctly formed, joined handwriting. Challenge yourself and try to include them in sentences.

 

Watch the videos and complete the quizzes to help you to practise by clicking the links below:  

How to use to, too and two

Their, there or they’re?

to

too

two

there

their

they’re

Quiet Reading

Pick up your favourite book and get lost in your imagination or listen to David Walliams short story for the day or access and download free listening books here.

Topic

Science: Your Science experiment for this week is called ‘Water Volcano in a Bottle’. We hope you have fun with this experiment! You will find this under the Topic star.

Extra information:

  • We have loved receiving emails from you, some of which have contained photos and even videos of your tasks and additional crafts you have been doing at home. Please continue to send these to us as they really do brighten our day.
  • We just need permission to upload these to the website so please do leave us a note J year4@holyroodprimary.co.uk

Friday 19th June 2020

Happy Friday everyone and thank you for all your hard work this week! You are all wonderful and we are very proud of you all.

Today we would like to see your English work J Please take a photo or a screenshot and email your work to us here: year4@holyroodprimary.co.uk

Father’s Day - Sunday 21st June

Find a selection of ideas and activities under the Topic star to create something special for your dad, stepdad, grandad or uncle.

Daily prayer

Holy Rood Church are streaming live Masses every day from Clifton Cathedral at 9:30am. Click here to access the link.  Today is the feast day of the Most Sacred Heart of Jesus which falls 19 days after Pentecost.

PE

It’s Fancy Dress Friday so start your day with the World’s PE teacher, The Body Coach during his live 9am PE lessons here.

Guided Reading

Today you can spend this time either completing any of the week’s reading tasks/missions, if you completed these within the suggested time then take some time for some free reading.

Maths

In your Home Learning Book, complete the following ‘Fluent in 5’ under the short date and subject. Remember you only have five minutes to complete the questions.  

It is the second and final day of “The Party Bag Thief” investigation. Good luck finding out who is the thief. Remember to email the culprit’s name to receive your virtual detective trophy!

There is no requirement to print these worksheets off; you can just write your answers in your book if you prefer.

Times Tables

This week’s winners are Leopards!

Leopards 8993 points and Pumas 5032 points.

Well done to the individual top scorers this week: Shania, Adrian, Ola, Edmon and Dwayne!

Please find time to practise being a Times Table Rock Star, head to the ‘Garage and Sound Check’ to see if you can answer each question in 6 seconds or under. We need everyone’s help to win these battles. Every minute you spend on this could help your class to victory!

English

Head to the English folder to find today’s SPaG and English task. Today you are writing your diary. We are really looking forward to reading them! Within the folder you will also find your spelling pattern worksheet on words containing the letter string ‘ough’. You can either do this today or as homework at the weekend.

If you need any help, remember to email year4@holyroodprimary.co.uk, where you will be able to reach one of the Year 4 teachers during school hours.

Marking time

Please click here for this week’s answer papers. Remember not all set work will have answer papers e.g. English. Spend time going through all of the week’s work and discuss any errors so that next week you can improve your scores.

Have a wonderful weekend!

 

Thursday 18th June 2020

Good Morning Everyone,

We wish you a happy Thursday. Thank you to everyone who completed Topic work yesterday. We really enjoyed seeing all photos and pictures!

Today we would like to see your SPaG work. We will be monitoring SPaG.com to see who has completed today’s task J

You can email any of your wonderful work to us here, but please remember to give us consent to put pictures online: year4@holyroodprimary.co.uk

Special Online Assembly

Live at 11am today, the Duchess of Cambridge will lead an online assembly during which she will speak about the importance of mental wellbeing. The theme of the Duchess’ assembly is ‘spread a little kindness’.

Daily prayer

Holy Rood Church are streaming live Masses every day from Clifton Cathedral at 9:30am. Click here to access the link.

PE

Start your day with the World’s PE teacher, The Body Coach during his live 9am PE lessons here.

Guided Reading

Please access your reading comprehension task here and use your ‘Rising stars’ logins. Well done to those of you who are completing this daily – we can see your scores!

Wednesday read the second text

Thursday answer the related questions.

Friday you will now have some free choice reading time/catch up time to complete the above tasks.

Maths

In your Home Learning Book, complete your ‘Fluent in 5’ under the short date and subject. Remember you only have five minutes to complete the questions. You can find your Fluent in Five here.

 

It is the first day of “The Party Bag Thief” investigation. This is a slightly harder investigation than the “Mystery of the Squashed Fruit” investigation – but as you become more experienced detectives, you can handle a harder case!

There is no requirement to print these worksheets off; you can just write your answers in your book if you prefer.

Times Tables

Battle of the Bands the scores so far…

Leopards 6411 points and Pumas 4025 points!

Well done for those of you who are working so hard for your class J

Please find time to practise being a Times Table Rock Star, head to the ‘Garage and Sound Check’ to see if you can answer each question in 6 seconds or under. We need everyone’s help to win these battles. Every minute you spend on this could help your class to victory!

English

Head to the English folder to find today’s SPaG and English task. Today your SPaG can be accessed via SPaG.com focusing on subordinate clauses & conjunctions. You will also begin writing your diary today. We are really looking forward to reading them!

 

If you need any help remember to email year4@holyroodprimary.co.uk, where you will be able to reach one of the Year 4 teachers during school hours.

Quiet Reading

Pick up your favourite book and get lost in your imagination or listen to David Walliams short story for the day or access and download free listening books here.

Topic

Collective Worship: Find this week’s Collective Worship by clicking here.

Science: Your Science experiment for this week is called ‘Self-Inflating Balloon’. We hope you have fun with this experiment! You will find this under the Topic star.

Computing: Over the next few weeks, you will be continuing to practise your touch-typing. Please click here to begin using Typing Club. You do not need to register or sign in – you can just click on the “Get Started” icon. This week please complete the Introduction lesson and Lesson 1.

DT: The Great Year 4 Bake Off! Use a recipe of your own or follow one of the recipes under the Topic star to create a baking masterpiece! Please make sure you have an adult with you when using any kitchen equipment. Spend time together and have fun talking and learning about the technology of what you make! Once you have finished, send your pictures or videos to your Year 4 teachers to share your delicious baking creations on the school website. On your marks, get set, BAKE!

 

Geography: Sir David Attenborough (the wonderful presenter of Blue Planet and Planet Earth) is teaching some geography lessons for BBC Bitesize Daily Primary this week! Click the links to the videos to learn about Oceans: Weather Patterns and The World: Latitude and Climate.

Extra information:

  • We have loved receiving emails from you, some of which have contained photos and even videos of your tasks and additional crafts you have been doing at home. Please continue to send these to us as they really do brighten our day.
  • We just need permission to upload these to the website so please do leave us a note J year4@holyroodprimary.co.uk

 

  Wednesday 17th June 2020

Good Morning Leopards and Pumas,   

We hope you had an early night and are ready for another day of learning. It was great to see your Maths and SPaG work yesterday. We know some children have already completed Investigation 1 and have received their Detective Trophy (virtual) for naming the culprit!

I am sure many of you already know, but the BBC are hosting lessons every morning. You can access them live from the television but you can also scroll through all episodes from the start of lockdown here. There is some super help on grammar, fun facts in History, revision on column addition and subtraction and story-time every day. It might be fun to have a look through and see if there is anything you would like to watch. If you have any recommendations of particularly good episodes please email us at year4@holyroodprimary.co.uk.

 

Today we would like to see an example of your Topic work. You can email your work to us here, but please remember to give us consent to put them online: year4@holyroodprimary.co.uk

Daily prayer

Holy Rood Church are streaming live Masses every day from Clifton Cathedral at 9:30am. Click here to access the link.

PE

Start your day with the World’s PE teacher, the Body Coach during his live 9am PE lessons here.

Guided Reading

Please access your reading comprehension task here and use your ‘Rising stars’ logins. Well done to those of you who are completing this daily – we can see your scores!

Wednesday read the second text

Thursday answer the related questions.

Friday you will now have some free choice reading time/catch up time to complete the above tasks.

Maths

In your Home Learning Book, complete the following ‘Fluent in 5’ under the short date and subject. Remember you only have five minutes to complete the questions.

 

It is the last day of The “Mystery of the Squashed Fruit” investigation. Just a couple of more clues before you discover the naughty fruit squasher! If you would like a virtual detective trophy put on the Y4 webpage with your name on it, please email me the culprit’s name.

There is no requirement to print these worksheets off; you can just write your answers in your book if you prefer.

Times Tables

Battle of the Bands the scores so far and our top three performers from each class.

Well done for those of you who are working so hard for your class J

Please find time to practise being a Times Table Rock Star, head to the ‘Garage and Sound Check’ to see if you can answer each question in 6 seconds or under. We need everyone’s help to win these battles. Every minute you spend on this could help your class to victory!

English

Head to the English folder to find today’s SPaG and English task. Now you get to be creative and begin planning your ideas for writing your diary entry!

If you need any help remember to email year4@holyroodprimary.co.uk, where you will be able to reach one of the Year 4 teachers during school hours.

Quiet Reading

Pick up your favourite book and get lost in your imagination or listen to David Walliams’ short story for the day or access and download free listening books here.

Topic

Science: Your Science experiment for this week is called ‘Self-Inflating Balloon’. We hope you have fun with this experiment! You will find this under the Topic star.

Computing: Over the next few weeks, you will be continuing to practise your touch-typing. Please click here to begin using Typing Club. You do not need to register or sign in – you can just click on the “Get Started” icon. This week please complete the Introduction lesson and Lesson 1.

 

DT: The Great Year 4 Bake Off! Use a recipe of your own or follow one of the recipes under the Topic star to create a baking masterpiece! Please make sure you have an adult with you when using any kitchen equipment. Spend time together and have fun talking and learning about the technology of what you make! Once you have finished, send your pictures or videos to your Year 4 teachers to share your delicious baking creations on the school website. J On your marks, get set, BAKE!

                                                             

Extra information:

  • We have loved receiving emails from you, some of which have contained photos and even videos of your tasks and additional crafts you have been doing at home. Please continue to send these to us as they really do brighten our day.
  • We just need permission to upload these to the website so please do leave us a note J year4@holyroodprimary.co.uk

Tuesday 16th June 2020

Good Morning Everyone,

It has been lovely seeing all your work that you completed yesterday. We really enjoy seeing all your photos. There is lots to do today and of course, you can complete your tasks in any order.

Today we will be asking to see your Reading Comprehension so be sure to log into Rising Stars and complete your task.

Daily prayer

Holy Rood Church are streaming live Masses every day from Clifton Cathedral at 9:30am. Click here to access the link.

PE

Start your day with the World’s PE teacher, the Body Coach during his live 9am PE lessons here.

Guided Reading

Head to Rising stars and log in by clicking here.

Re-read the text from yesterday and start the corresponding quiz.

Remember, don’t rush you have plenty of time!

Maths

In your Home Learning Book, complete the following ‘Fluent in 5’ under the short date and subject. Remember you only have five minutes to complete the questions.

 

This week you will find your Maths Lessons here. Today you will be carrying on your important detective work. There are more clues to solve to find the squashed fruit culprit! There is no requirement to print these worksheets off; you can just write your answers in your book if you prefer.

Times Tables

Well Done Leopards!

It’s that time to practise being a Times Table Rock Star, head to the ‘Garage and Sound Check’ to see if you can answer each question in 6 seconds or under.

English

For today’s SPaG activity watch the video to review subordinate clauses and then complete the 'Subordinate clauses' activity sheet.

Head to the English folder to find today’s English task exploring the features of a diary.

If you need any help remember to email year4@holyroodprimary.co.uk, where you will be able to reach one of the Year 4 teachers during school hours.

Quiet Reading

Pick up your favourite book and get lost in your imagination or listen to David Walliams short story for the day or access and download free listening books here.

Topic

Science: Your Science experiment for this week is called ‘Self-Inflating Balloon’. We hope you have fun with this experiment! You will find this under the Topic star.

 

Computing: Over the next few weeks, you will be continuing to practise your touch-typing. Please click here to begin using Typing Club. You do not need to register or sign in – you can just click on the “Get Started” icon. This week please complete the Introduction lesson and Lesson 1.

Extra information:

  • We have loved receiving emails from you, some of which have contained photos and even videos of your tasks and additional crafts you have been doing at home. Please continue to send these to us as they really do brighten our day.
  • We just need permission to upload these to the website so please do leave us a note J year4@holyroodprimary.co.uk

    Monday 15th June 2020

Good Morning Leopards and Pumas, Thank you for all your hard work last week.

This week is the beginning of the annual Summer Reading Challenge. Click on this link https://summerreadingchallenge.org.uk/ to find out how you can sign up for the summer holiday reading challenge. The link has lots of interactive activities especially tailored for Lockdown.

Today we would like you to email us your Maths work please.

 year4@holyroodprimary.co.uk

Daily prayer

Holy Rood Church are streaming live Masses every day from Clifton Cathedral at 9:30am. Click here to access the link.

PE

Just like your teachers, start your day with the World’s PE teacher, The Body Coach during his live 9am PE lessons here.

Guided Reading

Log into rising stars by clicking here.

You will see that there are 2 missions set which will last you Monday – Thursday.

Monday and Wednesday you read one of the texts.

Tuesday and Thursday you answer the questions for the text.

Please remember, we can see your work and are so proud of you for working hard to improve your scores!

Maths

There has been a slight change to Maths this week. You will find your Fluent in Five here along with your Daily Maths tasks. All of the week’s Maths lessons have been uploaded at the start of the week. We hope this allows for some flexibility. You may work through the activities as quickly as you wish.

In your Home Learning Book, complete the following ‘Fluent in 5’ under the short date and subject. Remember you only have five minutes to complete the questions.

 

This week you will find your Maths Lessons here. You will be detectives this week, solving Maths crimes. Take care to read the introduction and look carefully at the list of suspects. As you solve the clues, remember to cross out any of the children that could not have committed the crime. This will narrow down your list.

Let us know who committed the crime by emailing us the name of the culprit at year4@holyroodprimary.co.uk

Times Tables

It’s that time to practise being a Times Table Rock Star, head to the ‘Garage and Sound Check’ to see if you can answer each question in 6 seconds or under.

Don’t forget we are still battling each week to see who will be the overall champions on Friday.

English

You will find a weekly overview and a Presentation with all of your English tasks for each day here.

This week we are focusing on Diary writing. SPaG revision for this week will be based on extending our sentences using subordinating conjunctions click here for a revision video, quiz and activity.

 

Spelling

Well done for completing your spelling test last week – we saw some super spelling scores! This week please revise any words that you got wrong. If you got them all correct then can you try to use them in sentences? Look up the definitions for any unfamiliar words.

11th May

18th May

1st June

8th June

occasionally

medicine

length

island

position

probably

remember

special

antique

science

scissors

arrive

unique

disciple

accidentally

bicycle

opaque

obscene

actually

build

weather

whether

important

interest

 

 

Quiet Reading

Pick up your favourite book and get lost in your imagination or listen to David Walliams short story for the day or access and download free listening books here.

Topic

Science: Your Science experiment for this week is called ‘Self-Inflating Balloon’. We hope you have fun with this experiment! You will find this under the Topic star.

Extra information:

  • We have loved receiving emails from you, some of which have contained photos and even videos of your tasks and additional crafts you have been doing at home. Please continue to send these to us as they really do brighten our day.
  • We just need permission to upload these to the website so please do leave us a note J year4@holyroodprimary.co.uk

 Friday 12th June 2020

Well done everyone, it’s Friday… we all made it and that’s including your adults J

Thank you for working hard and keeping up the super effort. We were incredibly impressed with all the brilliant work you have emailed to us - we are very proud of you all!

                                           

Today we would like to see your English work including your big spelling test results. Please take a photo or a screenshot and email your work to us here: year4@holyroodprimary.co.uk

Daily prayer

Holy Rood Church are streaming live Masses every day from Clifton Cathedral at 9:30am. Click here to access the link.

PE

It’s Fancy Dress Friday so start your day with the World’s PE teacher, The Body Coach during his live 9am PE lessons here. We would love to see a photo of your daily exercise especially if you’re in fancy dress.

Guided Reading

Today you can spend this time either completing any of the week’s reading tasks/missions, if you completed these within the suggested time then take some time for some free reading.

Maths

In your Home Learning Book, complete the following ‘Fluent in 5’ under the short date and subject. Remember you only have five minutes to complete the questions.

12.06.2020

Maths

 

This week you will find your Maths Lessons here. Today you will be carrying on investigating Roman Numerals, there are 2 problem-solving questions for you to work through, so please scroll down to the second page for problem number 2.J

All answers are available here, ready for your afternoon marking session.

Times Tables

This week’s winners are Leopards!

Leopards 12,195 points and Pumas 6288 points.

Big shout out to the following children who all scored over 1000 points this week: Shania, Evey, Dwayne, Adrian, Luca, Crishel and Noshval

Brilliant work everyone! Thank you to everyone who earned some points this week.

Please find time to practise being a Times Table Rock Star, head to the ‘Garage and Sound Check’ to see if you can answer each question in 6 seconds or under. We need everyone’s help to win these battles. Every minute you spend on this could help your class to victory!

English

Head to the English folder to find today’s SPaG and English task. If you need any help, remember to email year4@holyroodprimary.co.uk, where you will be able to reach one of the Year 4 teachers during school hours.

Today you are writing your step-by-step instructions in chronological order. We are really looking forward to reading them all! Within the folder you will also find your spelling pattern worksheet on homophones. You can either do this today or as homework at the weekend.

Marking time

Please click here for this week’s answer papers. Remember not all set work will have answer papers e.g. English. Spend time going through all of the week’s work and discuss any errors so that next week you can improve your scores.

Have a wonderful weekend!

We hope that you all have an enjoyable weekend and make sure to rest and recharge those batteries for next week J

 

    Thursday 11th June 2020

Good Morning Pumas and Leopards,

Welcome to Thursday… just today and tomorrow and then it’s the weekend! It’s been brilliant to see all your work this week – keep sending in your photos and put a smile on our faces!

Today we would like you to email is your SPaG work please.

year4@holyroodprimary.co.uk

Daily prayer

Holy Rood Church are streaming live Masses every day from Clifton Cathedral at 9:30am. Click here to access the link.

PE

Start your day with the World’s PE teacher, The Body Coach during his live 9am PE lessons here. Don’t forget you can always send us a picture of you and your families exercising, exercise is just as important!

Guided Reading

Please access your reading comprehension task here and use your ‘Rising stars’ logins. Today you may want to re-read the text before answering the related questions.

Maths

In your Home Learning Book, complete the following ‘Fluent in 5’ under the short date and subject. Remember you only have five minutes to complete the questions.

11.06.2020

Maths

This week you will find your Maths Lessons here. Today you will be beginning to investigate Roman Numerals. Look through the PowerPoint and then click on the worksheet to find today’s questions. J

Please note within the subject folders you will find each days set task for the week ahead. There is no requirement for the whole week's worth of learning to be completed in a day, however, this gives you the flexibility to move at your child's pace whilst understanding what the week will entail.  

Times Tables

Battle of the Bands the scores so far…

Leopards 9055 points and Pumas 4328 points!

Well done to the Top Scorers of the day:

Leopards: Evey, Shania, Dwayne and Luca J

Pumas: Noshval, Adrian, Crishel and Lena J

Please find time to practise being a Times Table Rock Star, head to the ‘Garage and Sound Check’ to see if you can answer each question in 6 seconds or under. We need everyone’s help to win these battles. Every minute you spend on this could help your class to victory!

English

Head to the English folder to find today’s SPaG and English task. If you need any help remember to email year4@holyroodprimary.co.uk, where you will be able to reach one of the Year 4 teachers during school hours.

Read Thursday’s SPaG activity. Can you match the beginnings and ends of the sentences?

You will also begin writing your introduction to your instructions today. We are really looking forward to reading them all.

Quiet Reading

Pick up your favourite book and get lost in your imagination or listen to David Walliams short story for the day or access and download free listening books here.

Topic

Collective Worship: Find this week’s Collective Worship by clicking here.

Science: Your Science experiment for this week is called ‘Fireworks in a Glass’. We hope you have fun with this experiment! You will find this under the Topic star.

Computing: This week we would like you to revisit the Scratch programme. Click here to visit Scratch. You do not need to subscribe or create a log on. Click on the “Start Creating” icon to begin. We are looking forward to seeing some of your work later this week. Maybe you could show your mum or dad what you have been learning in school!

Art: For our Topic of the Rainforest we have been exploring the wonders of nature! Explore the work of artist and sculptor Andy Goldsworthy. You can view some pictures of his work under the Topic folder. Be inspired by his designs to create your own nature art using leaves, sticks, flowers and stones! 

Extra information:

  • This week why not try our music service provided by Swindon Music Service. There are many activities to choose from. Click here to take you to the website.
  • We have loved receiving emails from you, some of which have contained photos and even videos of your tasks and additional crafts you have been doing at home. Please continue to send these to us as they really do brighten our day.
  •  We just need permission to upload these to the website so please do leave us a note J year4@holyroodprimary.co.uk

Wednesday 10th June 2020

Good morning everyone, we’re half way through the week! Well done just a few more days until it’s the weekend again!

 

Today we would like to see an example of your topic work. You can email your work to us here, but please remember to give us consent to put them online: year4@holyroodprimary.co.uk

A message from Mrs Eden

Good morning Year 4, I hope that you’re all safe and well! I wanted to write to you today as it will actually be my last day at Holy Rood for a while as I begin my maternity leave! I’m currently waiting for my little girl to make her arrival in a matter of weeks…. that’s if she doesn’t keep me waiting J

 

Due to the current situation, I haven’t been able to see any of you to wish you the best of luck for the rest of the year, to see you on your way to Year 5 and say "have a great summer!" However, I know that your Year 4 teachers and TA’s will do plenty of this for me! I have loved being your teacher this year and I promise that I'll come into school and see you all as soon as possible… I may even bring the baby if she behaves!!

 

Daily prayer

Holy Rood Church are streaming live Masses every day from Clifton Cathedral at 9:30am. Click here to access the link.

PE

Start your day with the World’s PE teacher, the Body Coach during his live 9am PE lessons here.

Guided Reading

Please access your reading comprehension task here and use your ‘Rising stars’ logins. Well done to those of you who are completing this daily – we can see your scores!

Wednesday read the second text

Thursday answer the related questions.

Friday you will now have some free choice reading time/catch up time to complete the above tasks.

Maths

In your Home Learning Book, complete the following ‘Fluent in 5’ under the short date and subject. Remember you only have five minutes to complete the questions.

10.06.2020

Maths

This week you will find your Maths Lessons here. Today you will be applying your knowledge of problem solving. You can use any colours if you don’t have the colours suggested and you can create the flags in your book if you can’t print off the worksheet. J

Please note within the subject folders you will find each days set task for the week ahead. There is no requirement for the whole weeks’ worth of learning to be competed in a day, however this gives you the flexibility to move at your child’s pace whilst understanding what the week will entail. 

Times Tables

Battle of the Bands the scores so far… Leopards 6,548 points and Pumas 3,124 points!

Wow!!! Leopards that is a huge score. Well done to Evey, Luca and Dwayne who all accumulated more than 1000 points today. Well done to Adrian in Pumas who was the top scorer with 875 points

Please find time to practise being a Times Table Rock Star, head to the ‘Garage and Sound Check’ to see if you can answer each question in 6 seconds or under. We need everyone’s help to win these battles. Every minute you spend on this could help your class to victory!

English

This week’s SPaG revision is based on using conjunctions, adverbs and prepositions to express time and cause. Today have a go at the activity. Can you help the Pink Zebra to highlight the correct words or phrases on each screen?

Head to the English folder to find today’s English task. Now you get to be creative and begin planning your ideas for writing a set of instructions! Use the Presentation and links to help you with your ideas.

If you need any help remember to email year4@holyroodprimary.co.uk, where you will be able to reach one of the Year 4 teachers during school hours.

Please note within the subject folders you will find each days set task for the week ahead. There is no requirement for the whole weeks’ worth of learning to be competed in a day, however this gives you the flexibility to move at your child’s pace whilst understanding what the week will entail. 

Quiet Reading

Pick up your favourite book and get lost in your imagination or listen to David Walliams short story for the day or access and download free listening books here.

Topic

Science: Your Science experiment for this week is called ‘Fireworks in a Glass’. We hope you have fun with this experiment! You will find this under the Topic star.

Computing: This week we would like you to revisit the Scratch programme. Click here to visit Scratch. You do not need to subscribe or create a log on. Click on the “Start Creating” icon to begin. We are looking forward to seeing some of your work later this week. Maybe you could show your mum or dad what you have been learning in school!

Art: For our Topic of the Rainforest we have been exploring the wonders of nature! Explore the work of artist and sculptor Andy Goldsworthy. You can view some pictures of his work under the Topic folder. Be inspired by his designs to create your own nature art using leaves, sticks, flowers and stones! 

Extra information:

  • This week why not try our music service provided by Swindon Music Service. There are lots of activities to choose from. Click here to take you to the website.
  • We have loved receiving emails from you, some of which have contained photos and even videos of your tasks and additional crafts you have been doing at home. Please continue to send these to us as they really do brighten our day.
  • We just need permission to upload these to the website so please do leave us a note J year4@holyroodprimary.co.uk

Tuesday 9th June 2020

Happy Tuesday, we hope you’ve had a good night sleep and are feeling refreshed and ready for the day ahead.

From 6th June to 14th June, it is Bike Week which is organised by Cycling UK, this is an annual opportunity to promote cycling and show how cycling can easily be part of everyday life! So if possible, hop on your bikes with your family for your daily exercise.

 

Today we will be asking to see your Reading Comprehension so be sure to log into Rising Stars and complete your task.

Daily prayer

Holy Rood Church are streaming live Masses every day from Clifton Cathedral at 9:30am. Click here to access the link.

PE

Start your day with the World’s PE teacher, the Body Coach during his live 9am PE lessons here.

Guided Reading

Head to Rising stars and log in by clicking here.

Re-read the text from yesterday and start the corresponding quiz.

Remember, don’t rush you have plenty of time!

Maths

In your Home Learning Book, complete the following ‘Fluent in 5’ under the short date and subject. Remember you only have five minutes to complete the questions.

9.06.20

Fluent in 5

This week you will find your Maths Lessons here. Today’s learning focus is: Number Sequences. There are 30 questions but please complete a minimum of 15. The more challenging questions are at the end of the worksheet and you can begin on any question you wish.

There is no requirement to print these worksheets off; you can just write your answers in your book if you prefer.

Times Tables

Leopards 2,785 V Pumas 1,674

Well done Luca who scored the most points today with over 1000 points– Amazing Work!

It’s that time to practise being a Times Table Rock Star, head to the ‘Garage and Sound Check’ to see if you can answer each question in 6 seconds or under.

English

This week’s SPaG revision is based on using conjunctions, adverbs and prepositions to express time and cause. Watch the video again if you need to and then complete the quiz PLUS on words to show time and cause. Choose the correct answers to win points!

Head to the English folder to find today’s English task. Re-read the instructions texts and create a toolkit of the language and structural features for writing a set of instructions.

If you need any help remember to email year4@holyroodprimary.co.uk, where you will be able to reach one of the Year 4 teachers during school hours.

Quiet Reading

Pick up your favourite book and get lost in your imagination or listen to David Walliams short story for the day or access and download free listening books here.

Topic

Science: Your Science experiment for this week is called ‘Fireworks in a Glass’. We hope you have fun with this experiment! You will find this under the Topic star.

 

Computing: This week we would like you to revisit the Scratch programme. Click here to visit Scratch. You do not need to subscribe or create a log on. Click on the “Start Creating” icon to begin. We are looking forward to seeing some of your work later this week. Maybe you could show your mum or dad what you have been learning in school!

Extra information:

  • This week why not try our music service provided by Swindon Music Service. There are lots of activities to choose from. Click here to take you to the website.
  • We have loved receiving emails from you, some of which have contained photos and even videos of your tasks and additional crafts you have been doing at home. Please continue to send these to us as they really do brighten our day.
  • We just need permission to upload these to the website so please do leave us a note J year4@holyroodprimary.co.uk

Monday 8th June 2020

Good morning Year 4! We hope that you enjoyed this weekend’s assorted weather; one minute it was welly boots on and then next it was sunglasses!  We hope that you’re all safe and well… Did you know that today is World Oceans day?

It is a day organised by The Ocean Project to raise awareness of the oceans and the living creates that make their home there!

As always, please find your tasks for the day. Feel free to email us if you have anything you wish to share or even if you just need a little help J

Today we would like you to email us your Maths work please.

 year4@holyroodprimary.co.uk

Daily prayer

Holy Rood Church are streaming live Masses every day from Clifton Cathedral at 9:30am. Click here to access the link.

PE

Just like your teachers, start your day with the World’s PE teacher, The Body Coach during his live 9am PE lessons here. He has now raised over £200,000 for the NHS by carrying out his daily PE sessions!

Guided Reading

Log into rising stars by clicking here.

You will see that there are 2 missions set which will last you Monday – Thursday.

Monday and Wednesday you read one of the texts.

Tuesday and Thursday you answer the questions for the text.

Please remember, we can see your work and are so proud of you for working hard to improve your scores!

Maths

In your Home Learning Book, complete the following ‘Fluent in 5’ under the short date and subject. Remember you only have five minutes to complete the questions.

This week you will find your Maths Lessons here and today you will be focusing on Greater Than and Less Than.

There is no requirement to print these worksheets off; you can just write your answers in your book if you prefer.

Times Tables

It’s that time to practise being a Times Table Rock Star, head to the ‘Garage and Sound Check’ to see if you can answer each question in 6 seconds or under.

Don’t forget we are still battling each week to see who will be the overall champions on Friday.

English

This week’s SPaG revision will be based on using conjunctions, adverbs and prepositions to express time and cause click here for a revision video and quiz.

You will also find a weekly overview with all of your English tasks for each day here.

This week we will be continuing to focus on Instructions as our genre for writing. We will be linking our instructions to our topic about The Rainforest and the importance of caring for the Earth by re-using and recycling. 

Spelling test

Last term, you should have been practising your weekly spellings daily… if not here is a reminder that on Friday we will be asking your parents to test you on all of the words below.

4th May

11th May

18th May

25th May

occasionally

medicine

length

island

position

probably

remember

special

antique

science

scissors

arrive

unique

disciple

accidentally

bicycle

opaque

obscene

actually

build

weather

whether

important

interest

 

Quiet Reading

Pick up your favourite book and get lost in your imagination or listen to David Walliams short story for the day or access and download free listening books here.

Topic

Science: Your Science experiment for this week is called ‘Fireworks in a Glass’. We hope you have fun with this experiment! You will find this under the Topic star.

 

Extra information:

  • This week why not try our music service provided by Swindon Music Service. There are lots of activities to choose from. Click here to take you to the website.
  • We have loved receiving emails from you, some of which have contained photos and even videos of your tasks and additional crafts you have been doing at home. Please continue to send these to us as they really do brighten our day.
  • We just need permission to upload these to the website so please do leave us a note J year4@holyroodprimary.co.uk

  Friday 5th June 2020

 

Well done everyone, you made it through your first week back of home learning. Thank you for working hard and keeping up the super effort. Today we would like to see your English work. Please take a photo or a screenshot and email your work to us here: year4@holyroodprimary.co.uk

As many of you know, next Wednesday is Mrs Eden’s last day in school before she begins her maternity leave and has her baby. Miss Foy and I have put a selection of pictures that you can choose from to print off and colour in for Mrs Eden. You could take a photo of your work and send it to us at the email above and we can show it on the Year 4 website for Mrs Eden to enjoy or if you prefer to email in a message without printing anything off please feel free to do so. Please click here to view the pictures.

PE

It’s Fancy Dress Friday so start your day with the World’s PE teacher, The Body Coach during his live 9am PE lessons here.

Guided Reading

Today you can spend this time either completing any of the week’s reading tasks/missions, if you completed these within the suggested time then take some time for some free reading.

Maths

In your Home Learning Book, complete your ‘Five a Day’ maths questions that you can find here. Please email us if you need any help or support in answering the questions. The answers are here so please spend some time marking your Maths and looking over any mistakes you may have made.

Today’s Maths Lessons is here. The focus this week has been problem solving.

Today you have a pizza activity. Can you create 4 Friday Pizzas and work out the costs?

Times Tables

This week’s winners are Leopards

Leopards 12,951 points and Pumas 9,405 points.

Top Scorer in Leopards with 3,358 points this week is Shania – Excellent work!

Top Scorer in Pumas with 2,010 point this week is Alaric – Fantastic work Alaric!

Big shout out to the following children who all scored over 1000 points this week: Dwayne, Junaria, Luca, Noshval and Adrian – Brilliant work everyone. Thank you to everyone who earned some points this week.

English

Head to the English folder to find today’s SPaG and English task. If you need any help, remember to email year4@holyroodprimary.co.uk, where you will be able to reach one of the Year 4 teachers during school hours.

Today you have your Spelling practise homework: -cial and –tial word endings. You will also write your full instructions in chronological order. We are really looking forward to reading them all.

Marking time

Please click here for this week’s answer papers.  Remember not all set work will have answer papers e.g. English. Spend time going through all of the week’s work and discuss any errors so that next week you can improve your scores.

Have a wonderful weekend!

 

  

    Thursday 4th June 2020

Good Morning Pumas and Leopards,

Welcome to Thursday…just today and tomorrow and then it’s the weekend!

Today we would like to see your SPaG work. We will be monitoring SPaG.com to see who has completed today’s task.

Daily prayer

Holy Rood Church are streaming live Masses every day from Clifton Cathedral at 9:30am. Click here to access the link.

PE

Start your day with the World’s PE teacher, The Body Coach during his live 9am PE lessons here.

Guided Reading

Please access your reading comprehension task here and use your ‘Rising stars’ logins. Today you may want to re-read the text before answering the related questions.

Maths

In your Home Learning Book, complete your ‘Five a Day’ maths questions that you can find here. Please email us if you need any help or support in answering the questions. The answers will be added here on Friday for you to mark during our Marking Session.

This week you will find your Maths Lessons here. The focus this week is problem solving. Today you have some multiplication and division word problems to solve. Try to imagine/visualise the problem in your head before you start each question. It will help you to decide if it is a multiplication or division question.

Times Tables

Battle of the Bands the scores so far…

Leopards 7529 points and Pumas 6738  points. Whoop! Whoop! Leopards!

Top 4 Point Scorers of the day:

Leopards: Dwayne, Junaria, Shania and Braz

Pumas: Noshval, Alaric, Shamarah and Adrian

Please find time to practise being a Times Table Rock Star, head to the ‘Garage and Sound Check’ to see if you can answer each question in 6 seconds or under. We need everyone’s help to win these battles. Every minute you spend on this could help your class to victory!

English

Head to the English folder to find today’s SPaG and English task. If you need any help remember to email year4@holyroodprimary.co.uk, where you will be able to reach one of the Year 4 teachers during school hours.

Today your SPaG can be accessed via SPaG.com. You will be continuing to focus on inverted commas and direct speech. You will also begin writing your instructions today. We are really looking forward to reading them all.

Quiet Reading

Pick up your favourite book and get lost in your imagination or listen to David Walliams short story for the day or access and download free listening.  books here.

Other Curriculum Subjects

Art: This week we will be using the “Draw So Cute” channel to practise our drawing and sketching. Please click here  for today’s art lesson where you will be drawing a scene from the countryside.

ICT: This week we want to you to practise keyboard touch-typing. This is a very useful skill to develop as you progress through your school years. Click here to begin to learn how to type without looking at the keyboard.

Science: Your first experiment for this term is called ‘Lava Lamps’. We hope you have fun with this experiment! You will find this experiment under the Topic star.

Extra information:

  • This week why not try our music service provided by Swindon Music Service. There are many activities to choose from. Click here to take you to the website.
  • We have loved receiving emails from you, some of which have contained photos and even videos of your tasks and additional crafts you have been doing at home. Please continue to send these to us as they really do brighten our day.
  •  We just need permission to upload these to the website so please do leave us a note J year4@holyroodprimary.co.uk
  

  Wednesday 3rd June 2020

Good morning everyone, we’re half way through the first week of term – soon be the weekend again!

 

Today we would like to see your Science/ICT/Art work. You can email your work to us here, but please remember to give us consent to put them online: year4@holyroodprimary.co.uk

Daily prayer

Holy Rood Church are streaming live Masses every day from Clifton Cathedral at 9:30am. Click here to access the link.

PE

Start your day with the World’s PE teacher, the Body Coach during his live 9am PE lessons here.

Guided Reading

Please access your reading comprehension task here and use your ‘Rising stars’ logins. Well done to those of you who are completing this daily – we can see your scores!

Wednesday read the second text

Thursday answer the related questions.

Friday you will now have some free choice reading time/catch up time to complete the above tasks.

Maths

In your Home Learning Book, complete your ‘Five a Day’ maths questions that you can find here. Please email us if you need any help or support in answering the questions. The answers will be added here on Friday for you to mark during our Marking Session.

This week you will find your Maths Lessons here. The focus this week is problem solving. Today you have some addition and subtraction word problems to solve. Try to imagine/visualise the problem in your head before you start each question. It will help you to decide if it is an addition or subtraction question. Remember to line up your numbers neatly underneath each other if you are using the column method.

Times Tables

Battle of the Bands the scores so far… Leopards 2411 points and Pumas 3514 points.

Fantastic effort from Dwayne and Noshval who both earned over 1000 points yesterday.

Please find time to practise being a Times Table Rock Star, head to the ‘Garage and Sound Check’ to see if you can answer each question in 6 seconds or under. We need everyone’s help to win these battles. Every minute you spend on this could help your class to victory!

English

Head to the English folder to find today’s SPaG and English task. If you need any help remember to email year4@holyroodprimary.co.uk, where you will be able to reach one of the Year 4 teachers during school hours.

Today you will be continuing to focus on inverted commas and you will also be making notes for your instruction writing.

Quiet Reading

Pick up your favourite book and get lost in your imagination or listen to David Walliams short story for the day or access and download free listening books here.

Other Curriculum Subjects

Art: This week we will be using the “Draw So Cute” channel to practise our drawing and sketching. Please click here  for today’s art lesson where you will be drawing a scene from the countryside.

ICT: This week we want to you to practise keyboard touch-typing. This is a very useful skill to develop as you progress through your school years. Click here to begin to learn how to type without looking at the keyboard.

Science: Your first experiment for this term is called ‘Lava Lamps’. We hope you have fun with this experiment! You will find this experiment under the Topic star.

Extra information:

  • This week why not try our music service provided by Swindon Music Service. There are lots of activities to choose from. Click here to take you to the website.
  • We have loved receiving emails from you, some of which have contained photos and even videos of your tasks and additional crafts you have been doing at home. Please continue to send these to us as they really do brighten our day. We just need permission to upload these to the website so please do leave us a note J year4@holyroodprimary.co.uk

Tuesday 2nd June 2020

Happy Tuesday, we hope you’ve had a good night’s sleep and are feeling refreshed and ready for the day ahead.

Today we will be asking to see your Reading Comprehension so be sure to log into Rising Stars and complete your task.

Don't forget to keep on practising your spellings. We will have a big test next Friday on all 24 words.

Daily prayer

Holy Rood Church are streaming live Masses every day from Clifton Cathedral at 9:30am. Click here to access the link.

PE

Start your day with the World’s PE teacher, the Body Coach during his live 9am PE lessons here.

Guided Reading

Head to Rising stars and log in by clicking here .

Re-read the text from yesterday and start the corresponding quiz.

Remember, don’t rush you have plenty of time!

Maths

In your Home Learning Book, complete your ‘Five a Day’ maths questions that you can find here. Please email us if you need any help or support in answering the questions. The answers will be added here on Friday for you to mark during our Marking Session.

This week you will find your Maths Lessons here. The focus this week is problem solving. You will be working on a similar investigation to the ice-cream investigation you completed yesterday but today you will be working with cupcakes!

There is no requirement to print this worksheet off; you can just write/draw your answers in your book if you prefer.

Times Tables

TTRS: Drumroll please… yesterday’s winners were Pumas!

There were only 103 points between the classes so very, very close.

It’s that time to practise being a Times Table Rock Star, head to the ‘Garage and Sound Check’ to see if you can answer each question in 6 seconds or under.

English

Head to the English folder to find today’s SPaG and English task. If you need any help remember to email year4@holyroodprimary.co.uk, where you will be able to reach one of the Year 4 teachers during school hours.

Quiet Reading

Pick up your favourite book and get lost in your imagination or listen to David Walliams short story for the day or access and download free listening books here.

Other Curriculum Subjects

ICT: This week we want you to practise keyboard touch-typing. This is a very useful skill to develop as you progress through your school years. Click here to begin to learn how to type without looking at the keyboard.

Science: Your experiment for this week is called ‘DIY Lava Lamps’. We hope you have so much fun with this experiment! You will find this experiment under the topic star. Don't forget to send us a picture from your 'Grow your own hanging crystals' experiment...we'd love to see what happened during the week! 

  

     Monday 1st June 2020

Welcome

Good morning Year 4!

We hope you have had a relaxing and restful Half-Term holiday. We have lots of exciting new work for you to complete this week.

As always, please find your tasks for the day. Feel free to email us if you have anything you wish to share or even if you just need a little helpJ

Today we would like you to email us your Maths work please.

 year4@holyroodprimary.co.uk

Daily prayer

Holy Rood Church are streaming live Masses every day from Clifton Cathedral at 9:30am. Click here to access the link.

PE

Just like your teachers, start your day with the World’s PE teacher, The Body Coach during his live 9am PE lessons here.

Guided Reading

Log into rising stars by clicking here.

You will see that there are 2 missions set which will last you Monday – Thursday.

Monday and Wednesday you read one of the texts.

Tuesday and Thursday you answer the questions for the text.

Please remember, we can see your work and are so proud of you for working hard to improve your scores!

Maths

In your Home Learning Book, complete your ‘Five a Day’ maths questions that you can find here. Please email us if you need any help or support in answering the questions. The answers will be added here on Friday for you to mark during our Marking Session.

This week you will find your Maths Lessons here. The focus this week will be on problem solving. Today you will be working on an ice-cream investigation! There is no requirement to print this worksheet off; you can just write/draw your answers in your book if you prefer.

 

Times Tables

It’s that time to practise being a Times Table Rock Star, head to the ‘Garage and Sound Check’ to see if you can answer each question in 6 seconds or under.

Leopards V Pumas

The Ultimate Battle Begins!

English

This week’s SPaG focus is Inverted Commas (previously known as Speech Marks) which you can find here . You will also find a weekly overview with all of your English tasks for each day here.

This week we are focusing on Instruction writing.

Quiet Reading

Pick up your favourite book and get lost in your imagination or listen to David Walliams short story for the day or access and download free listening books here.

Science

Your first experiment for this term is called ‘Lava Lamps’. We hope you have fun with this experiment! You will find this experiment under the Topic star.

Extra information:

  • This week why not try our music service provided by Swindon Music Service. There are lots of activities to choose from. Click here to take you to the website.
  • When emailing, please can you clearly give us permission to let us know that you’re happy for your work to be published on the schools website.

Friday 22nd May 2020

Well done everyone, you made it through a whole term of home learning and we are so proud of you all! We’ve really missed being in school, in our classrooms with you all!

Today we would like to see your English work. Please take a photo or a screenshot and email your work to us here: year4@holyroodprimary.co.uk

Have a wonderful half term, stay safe and enjoy what should hopefully be a sunny week for us all!

PE

It’s Fancy Dress Friday so start your day with the World’s PE teacher, The Body Coach during his live 9am PE lessons here.

Guided Reading

Today you can spend this time either completing any of the week’s reading tasks/missions, if you completed these within the suggested time then take some time for some free reading.

Maths

In your Home Learning Book, complete the following ‘Fluent in 5’ under the short date and subject. Remember you only have five minutes to complete the questions.

22.05.2020

Maths

This week you will find your Maths Lessons here. To end the week, your worksheet is based on multiplication and division, remember our formal method to solve these questions! There is no requirement to print these worksheets off; you can just write your answers in your book if you prefer.

All answers are available here, ready for your afternoon marking session.

Times Tables

By 3pm we should know who this week’s winners are so keep pushing on for that trophy!

Yesterday's final scores are in: Leopards 14,260 and Pumas 12,002 - Great work Leopards! 

Please find time to practise being a Times Table Rock Star, head to the ‘Garage and Sound Check’ to see if you can answer each question in 6 seconds or under. We need everyone’s help to win these battles. Every minute you spend on this could help your class to victory!

English

It’s our last day of poetry today and your task is to create a piece of Shape poetry. Click here to access your task and examples. Within the link you will find today’s SPaG work on prefixes for you to complete.

Marking time

Please click here for this week’s answer papers. Remember not all set work will have answer papers e.g. English. Spend time going through all of the week’s work and discuss any errors so that next week you can improve your scores.

Have a wonderful weekend and a super half term!

 

    Thursday 21st May 2020

Good Morning Pumas and Leopards.

Welcome to Thursday…just today and tomorrow and then you get a weeks rest…where has this term gone?! It looks like it is set to be another hot day so do make sure you drink lots of water, wear sun cream and a hat and try to avoid the midday heat!

Today we would like to see your SPaG work. We will be monitoring SPaG.com to see who has completed today’s task.

Daily prayer

May is the month of our Lady, Mother Mary and therefore this month we are focusing on learning how to use the rosary. You can find the link to this PowerPoint which will teach you how to use it correctly here

Holy Rood Church are streaming live Masses every day from Clifton Cathedral at 9:30am. Click here to access the link.

PE

Start your day with the World’s PE teacher, The Body Coach during his live 9am PE lessons here.

Don’t forget you can always send us a picture of you and your families exercising, exercise is just as important!!

Guided Reading

Please access your reading comprehension task here and use your ‘Rising stars’ logins. Today you may want to re-read the text before answering the related questions.

Maths

In your Home Learning Book, complete the following ‘Fluent in 5’ under the short date and subject. Remember you only have five minutes to complete the questions.

21.05.2020

Maths

This week you will find your Maths Lessons here. Today you have a set of arithmetic questions to answer, most of which you can solve mentally! There is no requirement to print these worksheets off; you can just write your answers in your book if you prefer.

Times Tables

Today’s scores are in….

Leopards 11,929 and Pumas 10,290. Well done Leopards, a great effort! 

Please find time to practise being a Times Table Rock Star, head to the ‘Garage and Sound Check’ to see if you can answer each question in 6 seconds or under. We need everyone’s help to win these battles. Every minute you spend on this could help your class to victory!

English

It has been lovely to see so many of your wonderful poems this week. Thank you to everyone who has sent in their poems for us to read. Today you will be working on creating your own Cinquain poems. Cinq is the number 5 in French; perhaps this gives you a clue to today’s poetic style! Click here to access your Cinquain work and you can also find today’s SPaG prefix task here too.

Quiet Reading

Pick up your favourite book and get lost in your imagination or listen to David Walliams short story for the day or access and download free listening.  books here.

Other Curriculum Subjects

Collective Worship: Find this week’s Collective Worship by clicking here.

ICT: Continue exploring the following website.

Music: have some fun today and learn about pulse and rhythm by using your body. Click here for the lesson.

Science: Your final experiment for this term is called ‘Grow your own hanging crystals’. We hope you have fun with this experiment! You will find this experiment under the topic star.

Extra information:

  • This week why not try our new music service provided by Swindon Music Service. There are many activities to choose from. Click here to take you to the website.
  • We have loved receiving emails from you, some of which have contained photos and even videos of your tasks and additional crafts you have been doing at home. Please continue to send these to us as they really do brighten our day.
  • We just need permission to upload these to the website so please do leave us a note J year4@holyroodprimary.co.uk

 

 

Wednesday 20th May 2020

Good morning everyone, we’re half way through the final week of term – excellent efforts everyone and that includes all of your grown-ups, we are very grateful for all of your support. It is meant to be scorching hot today so try to avoid the midday sun, keep hydrated and wear plenty of sun cream!

Today we would like to see your Science/ICT/PHSE work. You can email your work to us here, but please remember to give us consent to put them online: year4@holyroodprimary.co.uk

 

A message from Mrs Eden - Puma’s new class teacher!

Good morning Puma class, following the letter sent to you all on the 24th April, you will be aware that Mrs Hopkins has left Holy Rood to become a Medical Home Tutor. I will also be leaving shortly after half term to start my maternity leave. Although I am sad to be leaving you, I have met your new teacher and she is lovely! Therefore, I am excited to introduce you to Miss Foy who will join our school after May half term. We’ve had a good chat and I have shown her all of your wonderful work as well as our classroom…she was very impressed. Miss Foy has also given me a message to share with you, so here it is.. J

Good Morning children,

My name is Miss Foy. I love art (especially drawing), history and reading. One of my favourite authors is J.K. Rowling. I also enjoy swimming and cooking! I have been teaching Year 5 and 6 at Holy Family School for six years.  It has been wonderful to see some of your fabulous home learning on the website including your beautiful rainforests and fun science experiments. I am looking forward to meeting you all and becoming the new teacher of Puma Class. 

Take care and stay safe.

PE

Start your day with the World’s PE teacher, the Body Coach during his live 9am PE lessons here.

Guided Reading

Please access your reading comprehension task here and use your ‘Rising stars’ logins. Well done to those of you who are completing this daily – we can see your scores!

Wednesday read the second text

Thursday answer the related questions.

Friday you will now have some free choice reading time/catch up time to complete the above tasks.

Maths

In your Home Learning Book, complete the following ‘Fluent in 5’ under the short date and subject. Remember you only have five minutes to complete the questions.

20.05.2020

Maths

This week you will find your Maths Lessons here. Today you will be applying your knowledge of subtraction to a range of word problems. There is no requirement to print these worksheets off; you can just write your answers in your book if you prefer.

Times Tables

Battle of the Bands Update… Leopards 7,868 points and Pumas 8,070 points!

Well done for those of you who are working so hard for your class J

Please find time to practise being a Times Table Rock Star, head to the ‘Garage and Sound Check’ to see if you can answer each question in 6 seconds or under. We need everyone’s help to win these battles. Every minute you spend on this could help your class to victory!

English

So far this week you have been learning about Acrostic and Haiku poems. Today you will be writing poems called Kennings. Click here to access your task for today. You will also find your prefix task in this section as well.

Quiet Reading

Pick up your favourite book and get lost in your imagination or listen to David Walliams short story for the day or access and download free listening books here.

Other Curriculum Subjects

ICT: Continue exploring the following website.

Music: have some fun today and learn about pulse and rhythm by using your body. Click here for the lesson.

Science: Your final experiment for this term is called ‘Grow your own hanging crystals’. We hope you have fun with this experiment! You will find this experiment under the topic star.

 

Alternatively, grab an ice cold drink or if you're really lucky maybe even an ice lolly and get some fresh air!

 

 

Tuesday 19th May 2020

Happy Tuesday, we hope you’ve had a good night sleep and are feeling refreshed and ready for the day ahead.

Today we will be asking to see your Reading Comprehension so be sure to log into Rising Stars and complete your task.

Daily prayer

May is the month of our Lady, Mother Mary and therefore this month we are focusing on learning how to use the rosary. You can find the link to this PowerPoint which will teach you how to use it correctly here

Holy Rood Church are streaming live Masses every day from Clifton Cathedral at 9:30am. Click here to access the link.

PE

Start your day with the World’s PE teacher, the Body Coach during his live 9am PE lessons here.

Guided Reading

Head to Rising stars and log in by clicking here .

Re-read the text from yesterday and start the corresponding quiz.

Remember, don’t rush you have plenty of time!

Maths

In your Home Learning Book, complete the following ‘Fluent in 5’ under the short date and subject. Remember you only have five minutes to complete the questions.

19.05.20

Fluent in 5

This week you will find your Maths Lessons here. Today’s learning is linked to addition and applying your knowledge of this process to word problems. There is no requirement to print these worksheets off; you can just write your answers in your book if you prefer.

Times Tables

TTRS: Drumroll please… yesterday’s winners were Pumas with 3,462 but Leopards you were close with 2,404!

 

It’s that time to practise being a Times Table Rock Star, head to the ‘Garage and Sound Check’ to see if you can answer each question in 6 seconds or under.

English

Head to the English folder to find today’s SPaG and English task. If you need any help remember to email year4@holyroodprimary.co.uk, where you will be able to reach one of the Year 4 teachers during school hours.

Quiet Reading

Pick up your favourite book and get lost in your imagination or listen to David Walliams short story for the day or access and download free listening books here.

Other Curriculum Subjects

Music: have some fun today and learn about pulse and rhythm by using your body. Click here for the lesson.

Science: Your final experiment for this term is called ‘Grow your own hanging crystals’. We hope you have so much fun with this experiment! You will find this experiment under the topic star.

 

 

    Monday 18th May 2020

Good morning Year 4! We hope that you enjoyed this weekend’s sunshine and that you’re all safe and well. We’ve loved hearing from you since the school closed and can’t quite believe we’re a week away from completing one of the summer terms already.

As always, please find your tasks for the day. Feel free to email us if you have anything you wish to share or even if you just need a little help J

Today we would like you to email us your Maths work please.

 year4@holyroodprimary.co.uk

PE

Just like your teachers, start your day with the World’s PE teacher, The Body Coach during his live 9am PE lessons here.

Guided Reading

Log into rising stars by clicking here.

You will see that there are 2 missions set which will last you Monday – Thursday.

Monday and Wednesday you read one of the texts.

Tuesday and Thursday you answer the questions for the text.

Please remember, we can see your work and are so proud of you for working hard to improve your scores!

Maths

In your Home Learning Book, complete the following ‘Fluent in 5’ under the short date and subject. Remember you only have five minutes to complete the questions.

 

This week you will find your Maths Lessons here and you will be revising previously covered work from home learning, so for today you have a set of 2D Shape reasoning questions. There is no requirement to print these worksheets off; you can just write your answers in your book if you prefer. For questions 2 and 3, you can roughly copy these into your books so that you can try and show your answers.

Times Tables

It’s that time to practise being a Times Table Rock Star, head to the ‘Garage and Sound Check’ to see if you can answer each question in 6 seconds or under.

 

Don’t forget we are still battling each week to see who will be the overall champions on Friday.

English

This week’s SPaG focus will be on: Prefixes which you can find here. You will also find a weekly overview with all of your English tasks for each day.

This week’s writing genre will be poetry.

Quiet Reading

Pick up your favourite book and get lost in your imagination or listen to David Walliams short story for the day or access and download free listening books here.

Science

Your final experiment for this term is called ‘Grow your own hanging crystals’. We hope you have fun with this experiment! You will find this experiment under the topic star.

Extra information:

  • This week why not try our new music service provided by Swindon Music Service. There are lots of activities to choose from. Click here to take you to the website.
  • When emailing, please can you clearly give us permission to let us know that you’re happy for your work to be published on the schools website.

 

    Friday 15th May 2020

Well done everyone, we made it through another week of home virtual learning. We appreciate that some days are easier than others are but we thank you for working so hard – we are very proud of you all. Thank you to the mums and dads who are working so hard in supporting their children – it is very much appreciated.

So today, you have a few more tasks to complete and then please be sure to relax and recharge over the weekend.

Today we would like to see your final copy of your NCR English work based on a Rainforest animal and your spelling task. Please take a photo or a screenshot and email your work to us here: year4@holyroodprimary.co.uk

PE

It’s Fancy Dress Friday so start your day with the World’s PE teacher, The Body Coach during his live 9am PE lessons here.

Guided Reading

Today you can spend this time either completing any of the week’s reading tasks/missions, if you completed these within the suggested time then take some time for some free reading.

Maths

In your Home Learning Book, complete the following ‘Fluent in 5’ under the short date and subject. Remember you only have five minutes to complete the questions.

15.05.2020

Maths

 

  1.  70 + 20 =       b) 45  of 50 =    c) 38 x 5 =-    d) 49 + 33  =    e) 8483 – 2948 =

 

This week you will find your Maths Lessons here. The focus this week continues to be shape. There is no requirement to print these worksheets off; you can just write your answers in your book if you prefer.

All answers will available here later today, ready for your afternoon marking session.

Times Tables

Leopards 16,150 points and Pumas 14,948 points.

There are too many of you getting such high scores to mention today. Well done to you all!

Please find time to practise being a Times Table Rock Star, head to the ‘Garage and Sound Check’ to see if you can answer each question in 6 seconds or under. We need everyone’s help to win these battles. Every minute you spend on this could help your class to victory!.

English

Today please ask a grown up to test you on this week’s spellings. Remember you should be practising your spellings every day.

Please also complete your any/ancel/ancy spelling sheets that can be found in your photocopied packs given out in school.

Then click here to find out today’s writing task.

Marking time

Please click here for this week’s answer papers.  Remember not all set work will have answer papers e.g. English. Spend time going through all of the week’s work and discuss any errors so that next week you can improve your scores.

Have a wonderful weekend!

 

Thursday 14th May 2020

Good Morning Pumas and Leopards,

Welcome to Thursday – we hope you and your families are all well. Lots to be working on today, so let’s have a big push on work and get as much work completed as you can manage.

Today we would like to see your SPaG work. We will be monitoring SPaG.com to see who has completed today’s task.

Daily prayer

May is the month of our Lady, Mother Mary and therefore this month we are focusing on learning how to use the rosary. You can find the link to this PowerPoint which will teach you how to use it correctly here

Holy Rood Church are streaming live Masses every day from Clifton Cathedral at 9:30am. Click here to access the link.

PE

Start your day with the World’s PE teacher, The Body Coach during his live 9am PE lessons here.

 

Guided Reading

Please access your reading comprehension task here and use your ‘Rising stars’ logins. Today you may want to re-read the text before answering the related questions.

Maths

In your Home Learning Book, complete the following ‘Fluent in 5’ under the short date and subject. Remember you only have five minutes to complete the questions.

14.05.2020

Maths

 

  1. 60 +  ? = 90      b)  3+5+ 3 =         c) 3 x 7 =      d) 32 x 6 =    e) 9932 – 4837 =

 

This week you will find your Maths Lessons here. The focus this week continues to be shape. There is no requirement to print these worksheets off; you can just write your answers in your book if you prefer.

All answers will available here on Friday, ready for your afternoon marking session.

Times Tables

Battle of the Bands the scores so far…

Leopards 11,531   points and Pumas 7,502 points.

Well done Leopards for a second day. Can Pumas fight back to overtake Leopards tomorrow?

Top 5 Leopard players today are: Aviel, Dwayne, Shania, Junaria and Evey

Top 5 Puma players today are: Lena, Shamarah, Crishel, Abel and Adrian.

Thank you to everyone who is taking part – we can see how hard you are all working!

 

Please find time to practise being a Times Table Rock Star, head to the ‘Garage and Sound Check’ to see if you can answer each question in 6 seconds or under. We need everyone’s help to win these battles. Every minute you spend on this could help your class to victory!

English

Just like normal, start with your SPaG task before moving onto your writing. Today is your final day for your NCR although if you have been editing as you go, you may have some extra time tomorrow to complete your work. So with that being said, click here to find today’s SPaG and English writing task.

Quiet Reading

Pick up your favourite book and get lost in your imagination or listen to David Walliams short story for the day or access and download free listening.  books here.

Other Curriculum Subjects

Collective Worship: You can also find our Collective Worship by clicking here.

ICT: If you haven’t already, then click here to continue building your virtual world.

Science: Click here to find this week’s science experiment, Invisible Ink. Can you create some invisible ink and write a secret message?

PHSE:  Click here and spend time practising Harry Potter Yoga. This will calm your mind and relax your tired brains.

Extra information:

  • This week why not try our new music service provided by Swindon Music Service. There are many activities to choose from. Click here to take you to the website.
  • We have loved receiving emails from you, some of which have contained photos and even videos of your tasks and additional crafts you have been doing at home. Please continue to send these to us as they really do brighten our day.
  •  We just need permission to upload these to the website so please do leave us a note J year4@holyroodprimary.co.uk

Wednesday 13th May 2020

Good morning everyone, Thank you to those of you have sent us emails over the last few days sharing your work and any other achievements – it has been lovely to see you working so hard.

Today we would like to see your Science/ICT/PHSE work. You can email your work to us here, but please remember to give us consent to put them online: year4@holyroodprimary.co.uk

You will see your tasks for the day to complete in any order you wish.

Please remember we can see who is completing their work on MyMaths, Cracking Comprehensions and how frequently you are using Times Table Rock Stars…as well as your scores!

Daily prayer

May is the month of our Lady, Mother Mary and therefore this month we are focusing on learning how to use the rosary. You can find the link to this PowerPoint which will teach you how to use it correctly here

Holy Rood Church are streaming live Masses every day from Clifton Cathedral at 9:30am. Click here to access the link.

PE

Start your day with the World’s PE teacher, the Body Coach during his live 9am PE lessons here.

Guided Reading

Please access your reading comprehension task here and use your ‘Rising stars’ logins. Well done to those of you who are completing this daily – we can see your scores!

Wednesday read the second text

Thursday answer the related questions.

Friday you will now have some free choice reading time/catch up time to complete the above tasks.

Maths

In your Home Learning Book, complete the following ‘Fluent in 5’ under the short date and subject. Remember you only have five minutes to complete the questions.

13.05.2020

Maths

a) 4 x ? = 28        b) 31 x 7 =      c)  2/7 of 14=       d) 38 + 44  =        e) 8035 – 1839 =

 

This week you will find your Maths Lessons here. The focus today is properties of triangles. There is no requirement to print these worksheets off; you can just write your answers in your book if you prefer.

All answers will available here on Friday, ready for your afternoon marking session.

Times Tables

Battle of the Bands the scores so far… Leopards 7919 and Pumas 5101 points.

Amazing work everyone.

Top 5 Leopard players today: Aviel, Dwayne, Shania, Junaria and Braz

Top 5 Puma players today: Lena, Adrian, Crishel, Shamarah and Aleksandra

Please find time to practise being a Times Table Rock Star, head to the ‘Garage and Sound Check’ to see if you can answer each question in 6 seconds or under. We need everyone’s help to win these battles. Every minute you spend on this could help your class to victory!

English

Start your session with your SPaG quiz on apostrophes. Click on the link in Week 4 English activities to access.

Yesterday, you should have started writing your non-chronological report on a rainforest animal. Click here to find out today’s writing task. Don’t forget to read through your work and edit it before you begin this morning’s writing task.

Quiet Reading

Pick up your favourite book and get lost in your imagination or listen to David Walliams short story for the day or access and download free listening books here.

Other Curriculum Subjects

ICT: Last week you should have had some time to explore the following website. This week in ICT please continue building your own virtual world. We would love to see some screenshots of your own Minecraft world.

Science: Didn’t get a chance to on Monday, then visit the topic page to complete this week’s science experiment, Invisible Ink.

PHSE this week why not click on the link here and spend time practising Harry Potter Yoga. This will calm your mind and relax your tired brains.

Extra information:

  • This week why not try our new music service provided by Swindon Music Service. There are lots of activities to choose from. Click here to take you to the website.
  • We have loved receiving emails from you, some of which have contained photos and even videos of your tasks and additional crafts you have been doing at home. Please continue to send these to us as they really do brighten our day. We just need permission to upload these to the website so please do leave us a note J year4@holyroodprimary.co.uk

 

 

Tuesday 12th May 2020

Happy Tuesday, we hope you have had a good night’s sleep and are feeling refreshed and ready for the day ahead.

Today we be checking who has completed the Guided Reading task. We will be accessing Rising Stars later today to see how you are progressing.

 Please learn the second column ready for your spelling test on Friday.

4th May

11th May

18th Mau

25th May

occasionally

medicine

length

island

position

probably

remember

special

antique

science

scissors

arrive

unique

disciple

accidentally

bicycle

opaque

obscene

actually

build

weather

whether

important

interest

 

Daily prayer

May is the month of our Lady, Mother Mary and therefore this month we are focusing on learning how to use the rosary. You can find the link to this PowerPoint which will teach you how to use it correctly here

Holy Rood Church are streaming live Masses every day from Clifton Cathedral at 9:30am. Click here to access the link.

PE

Start your day with the World’s PE teacher, the Body Coach during his live 9am PE lessons here.

Guided Reading

Re-read yesterday’s text and then move onto answering the related questions. Don’t forget our format for reading tasks:

 

Monday read one of the two texts

Tuesday answer the related questions

Wednesday read the second text

Thursday answer the related questions.

Friday - free choice reading time/catch up time to complete the above tasks.

Please access your reading comprehension task here and use your ‘Rising stars’ logins.

Maths

In your Home Learning Book, complete the following ‘Fluent in 5’ under the short date and subject. Remember you only have five minutes to complete the questions.

12.05.2020

Maths

  1. 97 ÷3 =         b) 3 x 6  =     c) 27 + 34 =    d) 7953 – 1695  =

 

This week you will find your Maths Lessons here. The focus this week is shape. There is no requirement to print these worksheets off; you can just write your answers in your book if you prefer.

All answers will available here on Friday, ready for your afternoon marking session.

Times Tables

Battle of the Bands the scores so far… Leopards 4350 points and Pumas 2854 points.

Congratulations to Leopards - a fantastic start from both classes… but who will win tomorrow?

Please find time to practise being a Times Table Rock Star, head to the ‘Garage and Sound Check’ to see if you can answer each question in 6 seconds or under. We need everyone’s help to win these battles. Every minute you spend on this could help your class to victory!

English

Start your learning with your SPaG task, please watch the video clip of possessive apostrophes and try the quiz at the end. Then move onto your English lesson you will be using your research from yesterday to write the introduction and first sub-heading of your NCR about your chosen rainforest animal. Both tasks can be found here.

Quiet Reading

Pick up your favourite book and get lost in your imagination or listen to David Walliams short story for the day or access and download free listening books here.

Other Curriculum Subjects

Science: If you didn’t do so yesterday, then have a look at this week’s new experiment, Invisible Ink included within the topic page here. Can you create some invisible ink and write a secret message?

PHSE this week why not click on the link here and spend time practising Harry Potter Yoga. This will calm your mind and relax your tired brains.

Extra information:

  • This week why not try our new music service provided by Swindon Music Service. There are many activities to choose from. Click here to take you to the website.

 

  • We have loved receiving emails from you, some of which have contained photos and even videos of your tasks and additional crafts you have been doing at home. Please continue to send these to us as they really do brighten our day. We just need permission to upload these to the website so please do leave us a note J year4@holyroodprimary.co.uk

   Monday 11th May 2020

Good Morning Everyone,

We hope you have had a lovely bank holiday weekend. Thank you to everyone who had been working hard on My Maths, SPaG and Cracking Comprehension. Pumas won Times Tables Rock Stars last week – will they reign supreme for a second week or can Leopards strike back and win this week?

As always, we ask for a different subjects work each day. So today, we would like to see your Maths learning – please email a photo or a screenshot of you working hard on your Fluent in Five or shape lessons to year4@holyroodprimary.co.uk.

You can always use this email address if you have any issues or difficulties with your set tasks!

Daily prayer

May is the month of our Lady, Mother Mary and therefore this month we are focusing on learning how to use the rosary. You can find the link to this PowerPoint which will teach you how to use it correctly here

Holy Rood Church are streaming live Masses every day from Clifton Cathedral at 9:30am. Click here to access the link.

PE

Just like your teachers, start your day with the World’s PE teacher, The Body Coach during his live 9am PE lessons here.

Guided Reading

Please access your reading comprehension task here using your ‘Rising stars’ logins. Spend 20 minutes today just reading one of the texts/missions. Then discuss the text with an adult so that tomorrow you can log back in to answer the corresponding questions

Maths

In your Home Learning Book, complete the following ‘Fluent in 5’ under the short date and subject. Remember you only have five minutes to complete the questions.

13.5.20

Maths

a)   243 x 10 =               b) 6 x 7 =         c) ¾ of 28 =       d) 1664 + 3349 =

 

This week you will find your Maths Lessons here. The focus this week will be on shape. There is no requirement to print these worksheets off; you can just write your answers in your book if you prefer.

All answers will available here on Friday, ready for your afternoon marking session.

Times Tables

Leopards V Pumas

UPDATE! Taking the lead at the end of the school day is...LEOPARDS with 4,089! Excellent work.

Puma class you are currently on 2,854. Let's try and catch up tomorrow cheeky

We need everyone’s help to win these battles. Every minute you spend on this could help your class to victory! We will be announcing the top 5 children who have contributed the most to their class battle on Friday.

As well as battling each other, please find time to practise being a Times Table Rock Star, head to the ‘Garage and Sound Check’ to see if you can answer each question in 6 seconds or under.

English

Warm up those brains with your SPaG task based on possessive and plural apostrophes. Then move onto your English task. This week, we would like you to carry on last week’s Rainforest theme. With so many of you including animals in your presentations, we would like you to research an animal found in the Rainforest. This week you will be writing a non-chronological report (NCR) about your preferred animal.

Please click here to read more about today’s SPaG and English task.

Quiet Reading

Pick up your favourite book and get lost in your imagination or listen to David Walliams short story for the day or access and download free listening books here.

Other Curriculum Subjects

Science: This week there is also a new experiment, Invisible Ink included here within the topic page. Can you create some invisible ink and write a secret message?

Extra information:

  • This week why not try our new music service provided by Swindon Music Service. There are lots of activities to choose from. Click here to take you to the website.
  • We have loved receiving emails from you, some of which have contained photos and even videos of your tasks and additional crafts you have been doing at home. Please continue to send these to us as they really do brighten our day. We just need permission to upload these to the website so please do leave us a note J year4@holyroodprimary.co.uk

 

Thursday 7th May 2020

Good Morning Pumas and Leopards,

Hurray! It’s Thursday which means tomorrow is Bank Holiday Friday! We hope you enjoy your 3-day weekend.

In addition to a long weekend, tomorrow marks VE Day (Victory in Europe) which marks the end of the Second World War. On the 8th May 1945, Winston Churchill announced VE Day - Victory in Europe. Street parties were held all over Britain to celebrate the end of the war. Please click here to watch a clip explaining this day in more detail, then if you'd like there is a document titled Union Jack bunting so that you can also decorate your homes to mark this day. 

PE

Start your day with the World’s PE teacher, The Body Coach during his live 9am PE lessons here.

 

Guided Reading

Please access your reading comprehension task here and use your ‘Rising stars’ logins. Today you may want to re-read the text before answering the related questions.

Maths

In your Home Learning Book, complete the following ‘Fluent in 5’ under the short date and subject. Remember you only have five minutes to complete the questions.

7.05.2020

Maths

 

a)  2/3 of 18=      b)  ?  - 6573 = 2749       c) 543 x 3 =             d) 50 + 30 + 20 =

 

Now go to mymaths.co.uk and log in with the username and password, which you were given.

Click on your Estimating and Ordering learning objectives- where you will find an online lesson – ‘Try the lesson’.

Once you have completed the lesson, you need to click on ‘Start homework’. Your answers will be marked automatically and submitted to your teacher to check.

Times Tables

Battle of the Bands the scores so far…

Leopards 5,983 points and Pumas 7,820 points.

PUMAS – storming ahead with 1837 more points. Amazing work!

 

It’s time to practise being a Times Table Rock Star, head to the ‘Garage and Sound Check’ to see if you can answer each question in 6 seconds or under.

English

Today we would like to see your SPaG and English writing. Please take a photo or a screenshot and email your work to us here: year4@holyroodprimary.co.uk

You will also find your daily English task here. You will be writing an amazing paragraph about the Rainforest using the Learning Objective grid (in the PDF copy of the PowerPoint) to ensure you have all of the features required. Remember to use your imagination and senses to create a vivid image in words about the Rainforest.

Quiet Reading

Pick up your favourite book and get lost in your imagination or listen to David Walliams short story for the day or access and download free listening books here.

 

Other Curriculum Subjects

Collective Worship: This is our Month of Mary and this week we are focusing on “Praying the Rosary”.  You can find the link to this worship here.

ICT: Last week you should have had some time to explore https://code.org/minecraft  This week in ICT please continue building your own virtual world. We would love to see some screenshots of your own Minecraft world.

Science: This week there is also a new experiment, The Leak proof Bag included within the topic page. Just how do you put several pencils through a bag full of water without any leaks?

PHSE: Feeling frazzled? Why not click on the link here and spend time learning the “Together” song and have Calm Time with Jigsaw Jonty.

Extra information:

Holy Rood Church are streaming live Masses every day from Clifton Cathedral at 9:30am. Click on the link to access. https://www.holyroodcatholicprimary.co.uk/daily-prayers/

 

  • This week why not try our new music service provided by Swindon Music Service. There are many activities to choose from. Click here to take you to the website.
  • We have loved receiving emails from you, some of which have contained photos and even videos of your tasks and additional crafts you have been doing at home. Please continue to send these to us as they really do brighten our day.
  •  We just need permission to upload these to the website so please do leave us a note J year4@holyroodprimary.co.uk

Wednesday 6th May 2020

Good morning everyone, Thank you to those of you have sent us emails over the last few days sharing your work and any other achievements – it has been lovely to see you working so hard.

You will see your tasks for the day to complete in any order you wish.

At the end of the school day, here are the TTRS results...

PE

Start your day with the World’s PE teacher, the Body Coach during his live 9am PE lessons here.

Guided Reading

Please access your reading comprehension task here and use your ‘Rising stars’ logins. Well done to those of you who are completing this daily – we can see your scores!

Wednesday read the second text

Thursday answer the related questions.

Friday you will now have some free choice reading time/catch up time to complete the above tasks.

Maths

In your Home Learning Book, complete the following ‘Fluent in 5’ under the short date and subject. Remember you only have five minutes to complete the questions.

06.05.2020

Maths

  1. 473 +         = 1382  b) 810 ÷ 9 =      c) 167 x 6 =         d) 70 + 50 =

 

Now go to mymaths.co.uk and log in with the username and password which you were given.

Click on Rounding up or down/ Rounding Problem Solving where you will find an online lesson – ‘Try the lesson’.

Once you have completed the lesson, you need to click on ‘Start homework’. Your answers will be marked automatically and submitted to your teacher to check.

You do not need to record anything in your exercise book for now but feel free to make any recordings/jottings in your books.

Times Tables

Yesterday’s winners of the Battle of the Bands were PUMAS! Well Done Pumas, with a score of 5,325 versus Leopards on 4,290! Let tomorrow’s battle commence!

It’s that time to practise being a Times Table Rock Star, head to the ‘Garage and Sound Check’ to see if you can answer each question in 6 seconds or under.

English

Start your session with the mini quiz on expanded noun phrases. Click on the link in Week 3 English activities to access.

This week you have been thinking about descriptive words and phrases for the Rainforest and yesterday you spent time thinking about what you could see, smell, hear or touch. Now that you have all your ideas – today you get to be a teacher.

Look at the examples of Rainforest writing on the PowerPoint. Think about what is good and what could be made better!

Quiet Reading

Pick up your favourite book and get lost in your imagination or listen to David Walliams short story for the day or access and download free listening books here.

Other Curriculum Subjects

Today we would like to see either PSHE, ICT or Science (choose one to send to us) You can email your work to us here, but please remember to give us consent to put them online: year4@holyroodprimary.co.uk

ICT: Last week you should have had some time to explore https://code.org/minecraft  This week in ICT please continue building your own virtual world. We would love to see some screenshots of your own Minecraft world.

Science: This week there is also a new experiment, The Leak proof Bag included within the topic page. Just how do you put several pencils through a bag full of water without any leaks?

PHSE: Feeling frazzled? Why not click on the link here and spend time learning the “Together” song and have Calm Time with Jigsaw Jonty.

Extra information:

  • Holy Rood Church are streaming live Masses every day from Clifton Cathedral at 9:30am. Click on the link to access. https://www.holyroodcatholicprimary.co.uk/daily-prayers/
  • This week why not try our new music service provided by Swindon Music Service. There are lots of activities to choose from. Click here to take you to the website.

 

 

Tuesday 5th May 2020

Happy Tuesday, we hope you have had a good night sleep and are feeling refreshed and ready for the day ahead.

New spellings this week. Please learn the first column ready for your spelling test on Friday.

4th May

11th May

18th May

25th May

occasionally

medicine

length

island

position

probably

remember

special

antique

science

scissors

arrive

unique

disciple

accidentally

bicycle

opaque

obscene

actually

build

weather

whether

important

interest

 

PE

Start your day with the World’s PE teacher, the Body Coach during his live 9am PE lessons here.

Guided Reading

Re- read yesterday’s text and then move onto answering the related questions. Don’t forget our format for reading tasks:

 

Monday read one of the two texts

Tuesday answer the related questions

Wednesday read the second text

Thursday answer the related questions.

Friday you will now have some free choice reading time/catch up time to complete the above tasks.

Please access your reading comprehension task here and use your ‘Rising stars’ logins.

Today we be checking who has completed the Guided Reading task. We will be accessing Rising Stars later today to see how you are progressing.

 

Maths

In your Home Learning Book, complete the following ‘Fluent in 5’ under the short date and subject. Remember you only have five minutes to complete the questions.

05.05.2020

Maths

  1. 700 x 5 =      b) 320 ÷ 8 =            c) 8871 –       = 7631         d) 238 x 5 =

 

Now go to mymaths.co.uk and log in with the username and password which you were given.

Click on your Place Value session- where you will find an online lesson – ‘Try the lesson’.

Once you have completed the lesson, you need to click on ‘Start homework’. Your answers will be marked automatically and submitted to your teacher to check.

You do not need to record anything in your exercise book for now but feel free to make any recordings/jottings in your books.

Times Tables

UPDATE: Leopards currently have 3,931 but Pumas are now ahead with 5,037! Keep up the hard work Year 4 and don't forget to keep working on your personal scores using Garage and Sound Check!

 

It’s that time to practise being a Times Table Rock Star, head to the ‘Garage and Sound Check’ to see if you can answer each question in 6 seconds or under.

English

Today’s English lesson asks you to focus on your 5 senses (can you remember all 5?) and imagine you are in the Rainforest. Don’t worry we have included a video clip in order to help your imagination.  

 

In SPaG today please watch the video clip of expanded noun phrases and try the quiz at the end.

Don’t forget everything you need is here including the Powerpoint with all the information you require.

Quiet Reading

Pick up your favourite book and get lost in your imagination or listen to David Walliams short story for the day or access and download free listening books here.

 

Other Curriculum Subjects

Science: This week there is also a new experiment, The Leak proof Bag included within the topic page. Just how do you put several pencils through a bag full of water without any leaks? We can’t wait to see what you produce and don’t forget to email us your photos!

PHSE this week why not click on the link here and spend time learning the “Together” song and then click on the video of Jigsaw Jonty and enjoy some “Calm Time”.

Extra information:

 

Holy Rood Church are streaming live Masses every day from Clifton Cathedral at 9:30am. Click on the link to access. https://www.holyroodcatholicprimary.co.uk/daily-prayers/

 

  • This week why not try our new music service provided by Swindon Music Service. There are many activities to choose from. Click here to take you to the website.
  • We have loved receiving emails from you, some of which have contained photos and even videos of your tasks and additional crafts you have been doing at home. Please continue to send these to us as they really do brighten our day. We just need permission to upload these to the website so please do leave us a note J year4@holyroodprimary.co.uk

    Monday 4th May 2020 (May the fourth be with you!)

Good Morning Everyone, we hope you have had a restful weekend. This week there are lots of exciting activities to complete. We are always delighted to receive photos of all your work, so please feel free to send in pics of all the great things you are doing.

Now that we are a few days into May, don't forget to access the PowerPoint to help you to learn how to say the Rosary here.

Please aim to complete the following tasks throughout the day:

PE

Just like your teachers, start your day with the World’s PE teacher, The Body Coach during his live 9am PE lessons here.

Guided Reading

Please access your reading comprehension task using your ‘Rising stars’ logins, click here to access the website directly. Spend 20 minutes today reading and discussing the text and tomorrow you can log back in to answer the questions. Your text will either be titled: I am absolutely too small for school/The Velveteen Rabbit/Someday Angeline

If you have any queries please feel free to email us here: year4@holyroodprimary.co.uk

Maths

Today we would like to see your Maths learning – please email a photo or a screenshot of you working hard on your Fluent in Five or My Maths.  You can email your work to us here: year4@holyroodprimary.co.uk

In your Home Learning Book, complete the following ‘Fluent in 5’ under the short date and subject. Remember you only have five minutes to complete the questions.

4.5.20

Maths

a) 120 ÷ 4 =                 b) 7431 -         = 4843               c) 90 + 60 =               d) 456 x 3 =

 

Now go to mymaths.co.uk and log in with the username and password which you were given.

Click on Ordering whole numbers/greater than less than where you will find an online lesson – ‘Try the lesson’.

Once you have completed the lesson, you need to click on ‘Start homework’. Your answers will be marked automatically and submitted to your teacher to check.

You do not need to record anything in your exercise book for now but feel free to make any recordings/jottings in your books.

Times Tables

UPDATE: So by 3pm today, Leopards are in the lead with 2,227 with Leopards falling behind with 1,391. Excellent work Leopards - come on Pumas we can do it!

 

It’s that time to practise being a Times Table Rock Star, head to the ‘Garage and Sound Check’ to see if you can answer each question in 6 seconds or under.

English

This week we would like you to carry on last week’s Rainforest Theme. Later this week you will be focusing on descriptive writing. Today you will look at the worksheet provided here and create a mind map for the Rainforest image.

Please note that there is a PDF copy of a PowerPoint presentation, here which will provide further support for learning. It contains slides and information for each day where necessary.

Quiet Reading

Pick up your favourite book and get lost in your imagination or listen to David Walliams short story for the day or access and download free listening books here.

Other Curriculum Subjects

Science: This week there is also a new experiment, The Leak proof Bag included within the topic page. Just how do you put several pencils through a bag full of water without any leaks? We can’t wait to see what you produce and don’t forget to email us your photos!

RE: Please click here to access daily live streamed Masses directly from Clifton Cathedral as well as a document called "I can pray a house" to support prayer life at home.  

 

Extra information:

  • This week why not try our new music service provided by Swindon Music Service. There are lots of activities to choose from. Click here to take you to the website.
  • When emailing, please can you clearly give us permission to let us know that you’re happy for your work to be published on the schools website.
  • Milo has added a new message! Click here to view this. 

Friday 1st May 2020

Dear Pumas and Leopards,

Well done everyone, we made it through another week of home virtual learning.

So today you have a few more tasks to complete and then please be sure to relax and recharge over the weekend. Can you believe we’re now in May, where is the year going?!

PE

It’s Fancy Dress Friday so start your day with the World’s PE teacher, The Body Coach during his live 9am PE lessons here.

Guided Reading

From looking at Cracking Comprehension's website, we can see only a third of the whole of Year 4 logged in and completed their reading comprehension task. If you are having trouble logging in, or finding the missions too tricky, please email us so we can help you. 

Moving forwards, Fridays are now for free reading. So if you haven't completed your set task on Cracking comprehension, then this is a top priority!

Maths

In your Home Learning Book, complete the following ‘Fluent in 5’ under the short date and subject. Remember you only have five minutes to complete the questions.

01.05.2020

Maths

a) 420  ÷ 60 =    b) ? – 3192 = 6792             c) 300 x 6 =             d) 39 x 6 =

 

Now go to mymaths.co.uk and log in with the username and password which you were given.

Click on today’s session, where you will find an online lesson – ‘Try the lesson’.

Once you have completed the lesson, you need to click on ‘Start homework’. Your answers will be marked automatically and submitted to your teacher to check.

You do not need to record anything in your exercise book for now but feel free to make any recordings/jottings in your books.

Times Tables

Well done Pumas, you held onto your winning crowns' for another day. The scores for Thursday were Leopards 10,955 and Pumas 12,207. Both fantastic scores but Pumas just nudged ahead.

It’s that time to practise being a Times Table Rock Star, head to the ‘Garage and Sound Check’ to see if you can answer each question in 6 seconds or under.

(Come on Leopards – get going! We must win! From Mrs F x)

English

Today we would like to see your English work and your spelling sheet (see below). Please take a photo or a screenshot and email your work to us here: year4@holyroodprimary.co.uk

 

You should all have your SPaG.com log ins, please email us if you have misplaced it. Complete the Fronted adverbials A test so we can review your scores.

 

Every Friday, you will be asked to complete a spelling task, these will be found in your photocopied packs given out in school. Today focus on, suffix –ably and ibly which can also be found here. You can do these over the weekend if you choose to.

 

Please can you ask a grown up to test you on all 24 words from the current spelling list.

 

Then move onto your English task for the day, which is found in the same folder.

Marking time

Please click here for this week’s answer papers.  Remember not all set work will have answer papers e.g. English.

Spend time going through all of the week’s work and discuss any errors so that next week you can improve your scores.

  • At the weekend, why not try our new music service provided by Swindon Music Service. There are lots of activities to choose from. Click here to take you to the website.
  • Don't forget, we are now in the month of May which is when we think of Mother Mary. Head to the Daily Prayers section to access a PowerPoint teaching you how to use the rosary.

 

Have a wonderful weekend!

Thursday 30th April 2020

Good Morning Year 4 – Happy Thursday…have a safe and happy day.

PE

Start your day with the World’s PE teacher, The Body Coach during his live 9am PE lessons here.

Guided Reading

Please access your reading comprehension task from yesterday here. Spend 20 minutes today briefly re-reading the text before you answer the questions. Your text will either be titled: Dolphin Boy / Clever Polly and the stupid Wolf / The Enchanted Wood.

If you require any help, please email us at year4@holyroodprimary.co.uk

Maths

In your Home Learning Book, complete the following ‘Fluent in 5’ under the short date and subject. Remember you only have five minutes to complete the questions.

30.04.2020

Maths

  1. 900 x 4 =      b) 78 + 50 =            c) ?  ÷  8 = 496                  d) 4329 + 4329 =

 

Now go to mymaths.co.uk and log in with the username and password which you were given.

Click on to the main screen, where you will find your online lesson – ‘Try the lesson’.

Once you have completed the lesson, you need to click on ‘Start homework’. Your answers will be marked automatically and submitted to your teacher to check.

You do not need to record anything in your exercise book for now but feel free to make any recordings/jottings in your books.

Times Tables

Leopards 7,944 and Pumas 9,155

Pumas – What a comeback! Well done!  Leopards - time to take back the winner’s crown today?

It is that time to practise being a Times Table Rock Star, head to the ‘Garage and Sound Check’ to see if you can answer each question in 6 seconds or under.

English

Today we would like to see your SPaG work. Please take a photo or a screenshot and email your work to us here: year4@holyroodprimary.co.uk

Tomorrow you have a mini Fronted adverbial test to complete which we can look at to see your scores. Have some fun and either write sentences in your book or simply verbally share them with an adult using this game.

You will also find your daily English task here.

Quiet Reading

Pick up your favourite book and get lost in your imagination or listen to David Walliams short story for the day or access and download free listening books here.

Topic & Science & RE

Just today and tomorrow to complete your Topic and Science work! Try not to let your work build up, we’ve received so many pictures of your creative chariots – well done Year 4  J

Collective Worship

This is our Month of Mary and this week and next week we are focusing on “Praying the Rosary”.  You can find the link to this worship here.

 

Extra information:

  • This week why not try our new music service provided by Swindon Music Service. There are lots of activities to choose from. Click here to take you to the website.
  • We have loved receiving emails from you, some of which have contained photos and even videos of your tasks and additional crafts you have been doing at home. Please continue to send these to us as they really do brighten our day. J year4@holyroodprimary.co.uk
  • Be sure to check Milo's mischievous adventures each day! Milo’s Messages.

Wednesday 29nd April 2020

Good morning everyone, we hope you are all safe and well.

Thank you to those of you have sent us emails over the last few days sharing your work and any other achievements!

You will see your tasks for the day to complete in any order you wish. Please remember we can see who is completing their work on MyMaths and how frequently you are using Times Table Rock Stars…as well as your scores!

PE

Start your day with the World’s PE teacher, the Body Coach during his live 9am PE lessons here.

Guided Reading

Please access your reading comprehension task here. You should all have your logins that were stuck into your home learning books labelled ‘Rising stars’. Spend 20 minutes today reading and discussing the text and tomorrow you can log back in to answer the questions. Your text will either be titled: Dolphin Boy / Clever Polly and the stupid Wolf / The Enchanted Wood.

Maths

In your Home Learning Book, complete the following ‘Fluent in 5’ under the short date and subject. Remember you only have five minutes to complete the questions.

29.04.2020

Maths

  1. 1765 + 7683 =         b) 600 x 7 =       c) 258 ÷  8 =                  d) 600 ÷ 60 =

 

Now go to mymaths.co.uk and log in with the username and password which you were given.

Click on Division where you will find an online lesson – ‘Try the lesson’.

Once you have completed the lesson, you need to click on ‘Start homework’. Your answers will be marked automatically and submitted to your teacher to check.

You do not need to record anything in your exercise book for now but feel free to make any recordings/jottings in your books.

Times Tables

UPDATE! The end of day results are in....

Wow! Pumas– fantastic work today, let's see what tomorrow brings!

It’s that time to practise being a Times Table Rock Star, head to the ‘Garage and Sound Check’ to see if you can answer each question in 6 seconds or under.

English

Use this website to watch the video to consolidate your understanding of fronted adverbials and play the game below the video.

Then click here for your English task for the day.

Quiet Reading

Pick up your favourite book and get lost in your imagination or listen to David Walliams short story for the day or access and download free listening books here.

Topic, ICT & Science

Today we would like to see either Topic, ICT or Science (choose one to send to us) You can email your work to us here: year4@holyroodprimary.co.uk

 

You should be nearing the end of your Chariot booklets now, if not keep going!

 

ICT- spend some time this afternoon on this website: https://code.org/minecraft and investigate how to create your own virtual world.

There is also the Science experiment, ‘How to grow a rainbow’ included within the topic page, we can’t wait to see what you produce and send us via email! Please leave a note in your email letting us know if you are happy for these to go on the school website.

Extra information:

  • This week why not try our new music service provided by Swindon Music Service. There are lots of activities to choose from. Click here to take you to the website.
  • We have loved receiving emails from you, some of which have contained photos and even videos of your tasks and additional crafts you have been doing at home. Please continue to send these to us as they really do brighten our day. J year4@holyroodprimary.co.uk
  • Be sure to check Milo's mischievous adventures each day! Milo’s Messages.

 

 

Tuesday 28th April 2020

Happy Tuesday, we hope you’ve had a good night's sleep and are feeling refreshed and ready for the day ahead.

Please make sure you revise any spellings you got wrong on Friday throughout this week.

16th March

23rd March

30th March

20th April

strength

thought

appear

caught

pressure

regular

straight

woman

though

women

league

fatigue

machine

chalet

tongue

intrigue

chef

brochure

vague

dialogue

experiment

famous

February

forward

 

PE

Start your day with the World’s PE teacher, the Body Coach during his live 9am PE lessons here.

Guided Reading

Today we would like to see your Guided Reading – please email a photo or a screenshot of you working hard answering your ERIC questions.  You can email your work to us here: year4@holyroodprimary.co.uk

 

You should have read the new text yesterday ready for our ERIC questions today. You have 20 minutes to answer the questions based on the Egyptian myth.  A copy can be found here.

Maths

In your Home Learning Book, complete the following ‘Fluent in 5’ under the short date and subject. Remember you only have five minutes to complete the questions.

28.04.2020

Maths

  1. 87 x 6 =        b) 8 + 3 + 3 =          c) 4594 – 1378 =                d) 3 x 600 =

 

Now go to mymaths.co.uk and log in with the username and password which you were given.

Click on Division - where you will find an online lesson – ‘Try the lesson’.

Once you have completed the lesson, you need to click on ‘Start homework’. Your answers will be marked automatically and submitted to your teacher to check.

You do not need to record anything in your exercise book for now but feel free to make any recordings/jottings in your books.

Times Tables

UPDATE: Battle of the Bands the scores so far… Leopards 4,451 points and Pumas 4,871 points. Well done Pumas. Leopards we cannot be beaten! Log onto Rock Stars and get playing.

It’s that time to practise being a Times Table Rock Star, head to the ‘Garage and Sound Check’ to see if you can answer each question in 6 seconds or under.

English

Please watch this video to revise fronted adverbials and then complete the quizzes beneath the play button, you will need the same log in details as yesterday.

Then head to the English page and you will find your task here.

Quiet Reading

Pick up your favourite book and get lost in your imagination or listen to David Walliams short story for the day or access and download free listening books here.

Topic & Science

Please continue to move through the remaining pages in your Chariot project book. This project should be completed by this Friday.

 

There is also a new fun Science experiment, ‘How to grow a rainbow’ included within the topic page, we can’t wait to see what you produce and send us via email!

Extra information:

 

  • This week why not try our new music service provided by Swindon Music Service. There are many activities to choose from. Click here to take you to the website.
  • We have loved receiving emails from you, some of which have contained photos and even videos of your tasks and additional crafts you have been doing at home. Please continue to send these to us as they really do brighten our day. J year4@holyroodprimary.co.uk
  • Be sure to check Milo's mischievous adventures each day! Milo’s Messages.

 

 

    Monday 27th April 2020

Welcome back Year 4, welcome to week 2 of Summer term. Moving forwards, we will be asking all of you to send in one piece of evidence to show us your wonderful work. Each day we will focus on a different subject and therefore today we will be asking you to email through your Maths work. Please also see your new TTRS battle below.

Please aim to complete the following tasks throughout the day:

PE

Just like your teachers, start your day with the World’s PE teacher, The Body Coach during his live 9am PE lessons here.

Guided Reading

Please spend 20 minutes reading today’s text titled Egyptian Myth. A copy can be found here. Remember to circle key words, look up any new language and discuss the story with a grown up.

Maths

Today we would like to see your Maths learning – please email a photo or a screenshot of you working hard on your Fluent in Five or My Maths.  You can email your work to us here: year4@holyroodprimary.co.uk

In your Home Learning Book, complete the following ‘Fluent in 5’ under the short date and subject. Remember you only have five minutes to complete the questions.

27.04.2020

Maths

a) 300 ÷ 50 =                 b) 2384 + 5315 =                c) 400 x 6 =               d) 56 x 5 =

 

Now go to mymaths.co.uk and log in with the username and password which you were given.

Click on division where you will find an online lesson – ‘Try the lesson’.

Once you have completed the lesson, you need to click on ‘Start homework’. Your answers will be marked automatically and submitted to your teacher to check.

You do not need to record anything in your exercise book for now but feel free to make any recordings/jottings in your books.

Times Tables

It’s that time to practise being a Times Table Rock Star, head to the ‘Garage and Sound Check’ to see if you can answer each question in 6 seconds or under. We have also set a Year 4 battle! We will go head to head, Leopards vs Puma Class, play your usual game but this time your score will be combined with the rest of your class. The class with the highest score by Friday wins. Good luck Year 4!!

English

As we explained last week, every week you will have a SPaG focus. This week’s SPaG revision will be based on fronted adverbials which you should be very familiar with. If you click here you will find a weekly overview with all of your English tasks for each day including your SPaG tasks.

Quiet Time

Pick up your favourite book and get lost in your imagination or listen to David Walliams short story for the day or access and download free listening books here.

 

Collective worship 

Take some quiet time with your family and find this week’s Collective Worship here, which is titled ‘A meeting with Jesus’.

Topic & Science

This week you need to aim to complete your topic books linked to your Chariots. If you cannot print this booklet, then please use your home learning books to record your answers for each page.

There is also a new fun Science experiment, ‘How to grow a rainbow’ included within the topic page, we can’t wait to see what you produce and send to us via email!

Extra information:

  • This week why not try our new music service provided by Swindon Music Service. There are lots of activities to choose from. Click here to take you to the website.
  • When emailing, please can you clearly give us permission to let us know that you’re happy for your work to be published on the schools website.

 

    Friday 24th April 2020

We made it…week 1 complete. It wasn’t that bad was it?!

Well done Year 4, we are really proud of the effort you’ve put into your home learning, we completely understand it is challenging to work from home but you’re doing great.

 

Just a reminder that we haven’t had all of your MyMaths work completed and the last thing you want is a pile of work to build up… So let’s get to it, just a few hours to go!!  

PE

It’s Fancy Dress Friday so start your day with the World’s PE teacher, The Body Coach during his live 9am PE lessons here.

Guided Reading

Now you know who St George is, complete the next page which contains your ERIC style questions (access Thursdays PDF and scroll to the next page for the questions, your parents will also find the answers on the last page). You can find a copy of the text here.

Maths

In your Home Learning Book, complete the following ‘Fluent in 5’ under the short date and subject. Remember you only have five minutes to complete the questions.

24.04.2020

Maths

a) 7 + 8 + 7 =    b) ? = 543 + 598               c) 8 x ? = 136          d) 90 x 8 =

The answers to this weeks fluent in five can be found in the maths folder.

 

Now go to mymaths.co.uk and log in with the username and password which you were given, then you should find todays online lessons linked to Multiples and other tables– ‘Try the lesson’.

Once you have completed the lesson, you need to click on ‘Start homework’. Your answers will be marked automatically and submitted to your teacher to check.

You do not need to record anything in your exercise book for now but feel free to make any recordings/jottings in your books.

Times Tables

It’s that time to practise being a Times Table Rock Star, head to the ‘Garage and Sound Check’ to see if you can answer each question in 6 seconds or under.

English

Click here to find another copy of your spellings so that your grown-ups can deliver your practise spelling test. Today you will be tested on all 24 spellings, please record these in your home learning books. Good luck! This will help you to identify which words you need to work on ready for the actual test next week.

 

You will also find your daily English task within this same folder.

 

Every Friday, you will be asked to complete a spelling task, these will be found in your photocopied packs given out in school. Today focus on, pattern sheet able/ible. You can do these over the weekend if you choose to. A spare copy can also be found within the English folder.

Topic & Science

We hope you’ve managed to complete your design and model creations of your Chariots, we can’t wait to see your photos! Don’t forget to keep checking the Weekly Achievements page to see what your friends have made.

 

So many of you have enjoyed this week’s Science experiment which can be found within the topic page, if you’re yet to do this please try and fit it in today and emails us your photos– please leave a note in your email letting us know if you are happy for these to go on the school website.

Marking time

Please click here for this week’s answer papers.  Remember not all set work will have answer papers e.g English.

Spend time going through all of the week’s work and discuss any errors so that next week you can improve your scores.

Have a wonderful weekend!

 

Thursday 23rd April 2020

Happy St George’s day!

Don’t worry if you aren’t familiar with this famous person….you will learn about him during your guided reading session.  To help you prepare for next week’s spelling test and identify those words you need to work on, we will be asking you to have a practise test tomorrow. So get practising!

PE

Start your day with the World’s PE teacher, Body Coach during his live 9am PE lessons here. On Fridays, he runs ‘Fancy dress Friday’ so get involved and put on your best costume – we’d love to see some action shots!

Guided Reading

Spend 20 minutes reading about St George, who he was, why he is famous and why we have a day just for him! You can find a copy of the text here. Feel free to use the internet to research this Saint further J

Maths

In your Home Learning Book, complete the following ‘Fluent in 5’ under the short date and subject. Remember you only have five minutes to complete the questions.

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Maths

                          a) 2/5 of 15 =    b) 31 x 8 =              c) 70 x 8 =              d) 832 -200 =

 

Now go to mymaths.co.uk and log in with the username and password which you were given.

Click on Mixed tables where you will find an online lesson – ‘Try the lesson’.

Once you have completed the lesson, you need to click on ‘Start homework’. Your answers will be marked automatically and submitted to your teacher to check.

You do not need to record anything in your exercise book for now but feel free to make any recordings/jottings in your books.

 

Please be aware that we can see who is/isn’t logging in to complete their set tasks, if you have lost your log in information do email us (see address below)

Times Tables

It’s that time to practise being a Times Table Rock Star, head to the ‘Garage and Sound Check’ to see if you can answer each question in 6 seconds or under.

English

Click here to find your SPaG task which is where your grown-ups can see if you can tell the difference between past and present tense…this should be easy peasyJ.

You will also find your daily English task within this same folder.

Quiet Reading

Pick up your favourite book and get lost in your imagination or listen to David Walliams short story for the day or access and download free listening books here.

Topic & Science

Just 2 days to go to complete your design and model creations of your Chariots, we can’t wait to see your photos! Our achievement page is full of wonderful creations – good work children!!

 

Keep your photos / videos coming of this week’s Science experiment which can be found within the topic page, we can’t wait to see what you produce so remember to send us photographs via email – please leave a note in your emailing letting us know if you are happy for these to go on the school website.

Extra information:

  • We have loved receiving emails from you, some of which have contained photos and even videos of your tasks and additional crafts you have been doing at home. Please continue to send these to us as they really do brighten our day. J year4@holyroodprimary.co.uk
  • Be sure to check Milo's mischievous adventures each day! Milo’s Messages.

 

 

smileyWednesday 22nd April 2020smiley

We’re almost half way through week 1! Stay with us now J

Don’t forget we can see who is completing their work on MyMaths and how frequently you are using Times Table Rock Stars…as well as your score. Please do try and practise daily as we have noticed some children haven’t logged in since being at school.

PE

Start your day with the World’s PE teacher, the Body Coach during his live 9am PE lessons here.

Guided Reading

Refresh your memory and re-read ‘Into The Dragons Cave.’ Now, you have 20 minutes to answer the remaining questions, any spare time should be used to double/triple check!

Maths

In your Home Learning Book, complete the following ‘Fluent in 5’ under the short date and subject. Remember you only have five minutes to complete the questions.

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Maths

a) 643 +643 =   b) 74+70=               c) 3 x 80 =              d) 312 ÷ 8 =

 

Now go to mymaths.co.uk and log in with the username and password which you were given.

You will see your lessons ‘The Distributive law and Multiplying by a 1 digit number’ or ‘Commutativity and times table’.

Once you have completed the lesson, you need to click on ‘Start homework’. Your answers will be marked automatically and submitted to your teacher to check.

You do not need to record anything in your exercise book for now but feel free to make any recordings/jottings in your books.

Times Tables

It’s that time to practise being a Times Table Rock Star, head to the ‘Garage and Sound Check’ to see if you can answer each question in 6 seconds or under.

English

Click here to find your SPaG task linked to this weeks focus on the past tense. You will also find your daily English task within this same folder.

Quiet Reading

Pick up your favourite book and get lost in your imagination or listen to David Walliams short story for the day or access and download free listening books here. Don’t forget you can also access books via Oxford Owls, your log in can be found in Monday’s teacher message.

Topic & Science

Hopefully your Chariots are coming on nicely and you are enjoying being creative with your design and decorations. Look at what your friends have already done by heading to the achievements page.  

 

Keep your photos coming of this week’s Science experiment which can be found within the topic page, we can’t wait to see what you produce so remember to send us photographs via email – please leave a note in your email letting us know if you are happy for these to go on the school website.

Extra information:

  • We have loved receiving emails from you, some of which have contained photos and even videos of your tasks and additional crafts you have been doing at home. Please continue to send these to us as they really do brighten our day. J year4@holyroodprimary.co.uk
  • Be sure to check Milo's mischievous adventures each day! Milo’s Messages.

 

Tuesday 21st April 2020smiley

Happy Tuesday, we hope that you found all of your resources on the website and enjoyed all of the set tasks. Remember, next Friday would be the day for our big spelling test of all 24 words so get practising as we will be asking you to do this with your parents instead.

We have loved receiving emails from you, some of which have contained photos and even videos! Can we please ask you to leave a note to say whether we can upload your work onto the schools website J year4@holyroodprimary.co.uk

Remember to have a look at the achievements page to see what your friends have been up to!laugh

We’ve also noticed that not all of you have completed your Maths work from yesterday, please do try and catch up!

 

16th March

23rd March

30th March

20th April

strength

thought

appear

caught

pressure

regular

straight

woman

though

women

league

fatigue

machine

chalet

tongue

intrigue

chef

brochure

vague

dialogue

experiment

famous

February

forward

PE

Start your day with the World’s PE teacher, the Body Coach during his live 9am PE lessons here. So far he has raised just over £91,000 for the NHSsurpriseyes

Guided Reading

You should have read the new text yesterday ready for our ERIC questions today. You have 20 minutes to answer questions 1-5 based on ‘Into the dragons cave’. A copy can be found here. You will answer the remaining questions tomorrow.

Maths

In your Home Learning Book, complete the following ‘Fluent in 5’ under the short date and subject. Remember you only have five minutes to complete the questions.

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Maths

a)212÷ 8 =       b) 876 +227 =                   c) 67+40 =              d) 60 x 8 =

 

Now go to mymaths.co.uk and log in with the username and password which you were given. If you need help logging in, head to the Maths page for guidance.

Click on Short Multiplication where you will find an online lesson – ‘Try the lesson’.

Once you have completed the lesson, you need to click on ‘Start homework’. Your answers will be marked automatically and submitted to your teacher to check.

You do not need to record anything in your exercise book for now but feel free to make any recordings/jottings in your books.

Times Tables

It’s that time to practise being a Times Table Rock Star, head to the ‘Garage and Sound Check’ to see if you can answer each question in 6 seconds or under. Well done to those of you who have been logging in weekly if not daily as suggested. However, we can see that some children haven't used TTRS since we were last in school, please try your absolute best to spend a few minutes each day practising those all important tables.smiley

English

So now you know our SPaG focus is based on using the past tense as this is something most of Year 4 need to practise, click here to find your worksheet as well as your daily English task within this same folder.

Quiet Reading

Pick up your favourite book and get lost in your imagination or listen to David Walliams short story for the day or access and download free listening books here.

Topic & Science

If you didn’t get a chance to start this yesterday then…

This week you will be continuing your Chariot project, please click here for a copy.

You need to complete the ‘Design your own chariot’ page and then move onto using resources/recycling materials you have to create your own chariot. Feel free to google some images of what other children have made! Don’t rush you can spend all week on this design and creating process.

 

There is also a fun Science experiment included within the topic page, we can’t wait to see what you produce and send us via email! Remember to let us know that you’re happy for these pictures to be published online.

Extra information:

 

Monday 20th April 2020

Welcome back Year 4

We hope you had a wonderful Easter break with your families and are ready to get started on Summer terms learning! Please aim to complete the following tasks throughout the day:

PE

Start your day with the World’s PE teacher, Body Coach during his live 9am PE lessons here. Don’t worry if you miss it, the workouts are saved on his channel.

Guided Reading

Please spend 20 minutes reading the story, ‘Into the dragons cave’. A copy can be found here. Remember to circle key words, look up any new language and discuss the story with a grown up.

Maths

In your Home Learning Book, complete the following ‘Fluent in 5’ under the short date and subject. Remember you only have five minutes to complete the questions.

20.04.2020

Maths

a) 40 x 8 =

b) 483 + 835 =

c) 61+ 30 =   

d) 21 x 8 =

Now go to mymaths.co.uk and log in with the username and password which you were given.

Click on Place Value where you will find an online lesson – ‘Try the lesson’.

Once you have completed the lesson, you need to click on ‘Start homework’. Your answers will be marked automatically and submitted to your teacher to check.

You do not need to record anything in your exercise book for now but feel free to make any recordings/jottings in your books.

Please go to the Maths page here if you need support with logging in.

Times Tables

It’s that time to practise being a Times Table Rock Star, head to the ‘Garage and Sound Check’ to see if you can answer each question in 6 seconds or under.

English

Each week you will now have a daily SPaG task to complete which should take around 15-20 minutes. This is to keep your knowledge ticking over! These can be found here as well as your briefing for your daily English task.

Quiet Reading

Pick up your favourite book and get lost in your imagination or listen to David Walliams short story for the day or access and download free listening books here.

We have also created class log ins for you to access books via Oxford Owls. Simply click on the pink owl ‘My class log in’ and use the following details:

Username: holyroodpuma / holyroodleopards
Password: puma /  leopards

Topic & Science

Begin work on this week’s topic task:

You will be continuing your Chariot project, please click here for a copy.

This week you need to complete the ‘Design your own chariot’ page and then move onto using resources/recycling materials you have to create your own chariot. Feel free to google some images of what other children have made! Don’t rush you can spend all week on this design and creating process.

 

There is also a fun Science experiment included within the topic page, we can’t wait to see what you produce and send us via email!

Extra information:

  • We have loved receiving emails from you, some of which have contained photos and even videos of your tasks and additional crafts you have been doing at home. Please continue to send these to us as they really do brighten our dayJ. When emailing, please can you clearly give us permission to let us know that you’re happy for your work to be published on the schools website. year4@holyroodprimary.co.uk
  • Be sure to check Milo's mischievous adventures each day! Milo’s Messages.


 

Friday 3rd April 2020

Buenos días…that’s Spanish for good morning!

Can you believe we’re completing our second week of home schooling? And tomorrow it’s the Easter Holidays?!

We hope you had a great week, we must say we have missed you all and our classrooms but nevertheless it’s nice to be able to communicate with you all via the internet!

If you have taken any photos of your learning, crafting feel free to send them to our class email address.

Just a few more hours of work to complete before the weekend.

7-8:30am

Wake up

Breakfast

Get dressed

Good morning children, time to brush your teeth, get dressed and prepare for the day ahead.

8:30-9am

Fitness First

Carry out a ‘Just Dance’ by clicking here.

Or put on the radio or play your favourite song and get moving with the Body Coach during his live 9am PE lessons here. After 10 sessions, the three of us teachers feel fitter already J You may have seen in the news that he has had around 1 million people tuning into his PE lessons. How amazing!

9am

Reading

First Catch your dragon - You have 20 minutes to answer your ERIC questions. Remember to look at the marks for each question and make sure you’ve read and understood the question carefully!

9:30am

Maths

Starter

In your Home Learning Book, complete the following ‘Fluent in 5’ under the short date and subject. Can you answer the questions is less than five minutes today?

03.04.2020

Maths

 

a. 803 x 10 =

b. 18 x 8 =

c. 456 ÷ 8 =

d. 43 + 34 =

 

In the Year 4 Maths area, you will find a multiplication word problem worksheet. Complete the questions in your Home Learning Book. Remember to identify the key information and words which will help you to decide what you need to do. Don’t forget to set your work out neatly!

10:15am

Free time

Spend some time in your outdoor area and get some fresh air, if the weather doesn’t allow for this then use this website to get moving. Joe Wicks also known as The Body Coach will leave you feeling energised in no time!

Have a snack and a drink of water.

10:45am

Times tables

It’s that time to practise being a Times Table Rock Star, head to the ‘Garage and Sound Check’ to see if you can answer each question in 6 seconds or under.

11am

English

Yesterday, you should have started your own Roman army non-chronological report. Today, your task is to finish off your writing and decorate your work. Please remember to check you have used all the key features discussed. If you are able to, please take a photo and email it to us at year4@holyroodprimary.co.uk. We look forward to seeing your amazing Roman reports.

12-1:15pm