Year 4 - Home Learning
Along with the work we will be providing, the children helped create a list of websites that we use in school that can support their learning whilst they are at home. They cover a range of topics from P.E to Maths and Literacy.
Please log on to your TTRS - we will be checking your results at the end of the week! Well done to those of you who have been on!
Our Lexia superstars are the same this week, they are working very hard to complete even more than their usual minutes. Remember, if you have a Lexia log on to use it as much as possible, it is a fantastic opportunity.
Louie's High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) session.
As he is keen on his fitness, Louie has written an exercise session for us to complete. Why not get all of your family involved, do it in the garden, or as part of your hourly walk, stop and do a few rounds.
Why not send us a sweaty selfie into the email:
Here is a reminder of how to access Lexia. This information only applies to those children who use Lexia in school at the moment. They know who they are. All other parents, please ignore this letter. Thank you!
What you've been up to!
Remember you can send pictures in to our LKS2 email address; firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please try to complete as much Lexia ( remember this is only for you who complete Lexia in school at the moment) and Times Table Rock Stars as you can every week. Well done to those who are regularly completing sessions!
You did it! It has been 17 weeks of home learning and we are all so proud of how well you have all done. We cannot wait to see you on Thursday and Friday. Enjoy your final week of home learning.
Miss Kerrigan, Mrs Oakland and Miss Holt :)
Wednesday 15th July
Please log on to your TTRS and play at least 3 rounds of Soundcheck.
Enjoy yourself playing a range of grammar games online, click the link below
Jambalaya is a popular dish of West African, French, Spanish and Native American influence, consisting mainly of meat and vegetables mixed with rice. Traditionally, the meat always includes sausage of some sort, often a smoked meat such as andouille, along with pork or chicken and seafood, such as crawfish or shrimp. It originates from Louisiana, New Orleans. Below is the link to a recipe for you to try and make it yourself.