Year 4 – Week Beginning 4th May

Hello Rowan and Cedar,

Can you believe its May? I feel like time is flying, although I do sometimes forget what day it is! 

We hope you enjoyed the online tasks last week, we will be using similar websites this week too. If you are having any problems, please let us know via email and we will try to help.

For English and maths there will be 5 lessons available. It would be amazing if you could complete one a day – we know this isn’t possible for everyone – so aim for at least 3. 

Don’t worry if you’re not completely up to date with the lessons, just carry on from where you left off. It makes much more sense if you do them in order!

This week, there will also be a science, music and history lesson too.

We absolutely love receiving emails from you all, especially pictures of your incredible work; we endeavour to respond as promptly as we can. Please make sure you contact us by Friday each week, either by commenting on the blog or sending us an email, so we know how you are getting on. 

If you are commenting on the blog, remember you don’t need to use a real email address, for example you could just put: or,uk  – as long as you use an @ it will work!

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We hope you are all staying safe, enjoying time with your families and finding lots of different things to do.

Miss Clancy and Miss Chambers 

Online Learning 

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Maths –

Science –

History –

Music –

Once Upon a Picture –

Corbett Maths –

5 thoughts on “Year 4 – Week Beginning 4th May

  • 4th May 2020 at 1:40 pm

    Science homework
    Sources of light
    I found:
    – a candle
    – fire
    – matches
    – light bulb
    – lamp
    – torch
    – phone’s torch and screen
    – tablet screen
    – laptop/ computer screen
    – kindle screen
    – camera screen
    – digital watch
    – movement sensor lights

    • 4th May 2020 at 2:33 pm

      Wow Olivia, you found lots, well done! Did you notice any similarities or differences between the sources you found?
      Miss Clancy

      • 6th May 2020 at 11:12 am

        Hello Miss Clancy,
        Olivia here. Yes, I have noticed that most of them use electricity or batteries all except from a candle, fire and a packet of matches


        • 6th May 2020 at 3:48 pm

          Great work Olivia, well done!
          Miss Clancy

  • 5th May 2020 at 7:34 pm

    I’ll get Olivia to answer that tomorrow! Could you please clarify- with the Oak History are they expected to do all 5 Henry VIII lessons or just the 1st one this week? There is quite a bit there…..


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