We have had a great day today! RE day! We joined together with year 3 to make the shape of a cross. Did you know that some churches were built in the shape of a cross?
Year 4 visited The North Enfield Foodbank as part of their RE curriculum. They had a great day learning about the food items, being amazed by the warehouse and helping to make up food parcels for those in need. They learned from Kerry the Food bank manager that Christians often feel that they want to help those around them - regardless of their beliefs and background- to show God's love for the world.
Welcome back to home schooling! I hope you managed to have an enjoyable Easter.
I have attached some resources to support your child's English and maths learning this week.
Please continue with the next set of weekly spellings, science lesson and topic lesson (twinkl) Of course, you can refer to other child friendly websites too.
It is important that your child uses Matheletics and completes the tasks set and reads for a minimum of 20 minutes daily.
This week, we will be continuing with DECIMAL NUMBERS and you should focus on the following with your child:
I have put questions on Mathletics to support this objective but please refer to the other websites (including Twinkl and Primary Resources) to find activities for your child to practice.
Your child should have researched an animal of their choice in note form. It’s now time to start organising this information into paragraphs and write detailed sentences. Your child should try to use the following skills within their writing:
Spellings – Week 2 (attached)
Reading – Every day for 20 minutes
Continue with Electricity. Use Twinkl – Electricity Year 4 – Lesson 2
Continue with the Ancient Egyptians. In your child’s own words, they should explain the mummification process. They could draw diagrams too. Perhaps, your child might like to make their own mummy!
In maths this week, we will be introducing DECIMAL NUMBERS and you should focus on the following with your child:
I have put questions on Matheletics to support these objectives but please refer to the other websites (including Twinkl and Primary Resources) to find activities for your child to practise.
In English, we will be beginning to look at non-chronological reports. I have attached a PowerPoint to help you. Your child should use this week to research an animal of their choice, putting the information you find into 4 sections (EG Appearance, Habitat, Diet & Characteristics). These only need to be written in note form, we are NOT writing the report this week.
Grammar for this week – apostrophes for possession
Spellings – Week 1 (attached)
Reading – Every day for 20 minutes
Our new topic for science is Electricity. Use Twinkl – Electricity Year 4 – Lesson 1
We are continuing with the Ancient Egyptians. This week focus on the Ancient Egyptian Gods. There are also lots of art and craft activities linking to our topic should your child like to have a go.
Ancient Egyptian Day
Year 4 had a wonderful day learning about the Ancient Egyptians. We had the opportunity to find out about their daily life, religion, culture and language. Without a doubt, the most exciting part of the day was carrying out the mummification process on a Pharaoh. Gruesome!
Welcome To Year 4
We hope you enjoy seeing our fantastic learning in year 4!
Class Teacher: Mrs C Kalli
Teaching Assistant: Mrs S Ward
World Book Day
Year 4 had lots of fun this year dressing up as their favourite book character. We also drew them and wrote character descriptions using exciting vocabulary!
Saint Albans Museum and Gallery
We visited the Saint Albans Museum and Gallery to find out more about our topic the Ancient Egyptians. We took part in a workshop where we dressed up as Ancient Egyptians and looked at real life artefacts.