This helpful article explains how to access Google Classroom on an Xbox One, Xbox Series X, Playstation 4 and Playstation 5. Please take the time to read if this would help your child to access their home learning.
Now that we are back to learning online at home, we will not be setting ‘Home learning’. Instead, we ask you to complete the tasks that your teacher is setting and in addition we would ask you to complete the following things:
- To read every day and record in your reading journal or in another book. You can access online reading books via WONDE on sites such as Oxford Owl, espresso and Teach Your Monster to Read
- Continue to work through your spellings, remember you have access to Spelling Shed, where weekly spellings can be set and where you can play spelling games.
- We also ask you to continue to work on your times tables, which you can access via SPARX.
If you need any help, have any questions, need a challenge or want to send in any work (which we’d love to see), it can be sent to our email, which is: email@example.com
The Year 4 Team
Thanks to Dr Bike from SUSTRANS for visiting the school this week! Charlotte Stokes and her colleague spent the day making sure our pupil and staff bikes were roadworthy for their sustainable journeys.
We apologise that this home learning is late, however we hope these tasks will keep the children busy this week and over the Christmas holidays. We do not need to see Home learning this week so please can the children bring their books in on the first week back with some of this work completed.
We are keen to create a little Christmas cheer and whilst we can’t sing carols for parents to enjoy this year, here’s a recording of our winning entry into last year’s Star for Christmas’ choir competition. We hope you enjoy it!