Welcome to Hedgehog Class.
Summer Term 1
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Welcome to the Summer Term, I hope you all enjoyed the Easter holiday. This term we will be learning all about Anglo-Saxons and Scots. You can see our medium term plan here: Medium term plan Summer 1
The weather is warmer now so we will spend as much time as possible outside. Please make sure you have a hat and sun cream for sunny days and a waterproof coat for rainy days. It is also really important to remember your water bottles.
Please read to an adult at home at least three times a week. Practise multiplication tables by using TT Rockstars or an alternative method. There will be a weekly spelling test, so you will need to practise at home. You can find this week’s spellings here:
Year 3 Look Say Cover Write and Check Activity
Year 4 Look Say Cover Write and Check Activity
If you cannot come to school because your family are isolating, I have provided two weeks of Oak Academy Maths and Literacy lessons below. You should complete one Maths and one Literacy each day, then practise your spelling, reading and multiplication tables.
Sometimes other arrangements can be made for you to learn at home. Please contact me as soon as you know you will not be able to attend school and we will find the best solution for you.
World Book Day Entries
Scroll down for a few pictures of your amazing work.
Oak Academy Literacy Lessons
Simple, compound and complex sentences
Two functions of apostrophes
Apostrophes for singular possession
Apostrophes for singular possession and contraction
Apostrophes for plural possession
Explore word class
Explore expanded noun phrases
Explore the functions of fronted adverbials
Revise knowledge of word class
Oak Academy Maths Lessons
Clocks have more than one scale
Reading analogue time to the nearest minute
Telling time to am and pm
Telling minutes past on a digital clock
Reading and ordering time presented in different ways
Exploring units of measured time
Measuring time in seconds
Calculating and comparing intervals of time
Applying knowledge of time to solve problems
Further applying knowledge of time to solve problems
Look at these amazing pictures of your work on Kings and Queens of England:
Each week you are expected to read to an adult at home at least three times. Books are sent home on Monday and should be returned the following Friday (unless you have not finished the book). In addition, you should practise multiplication tables on TT Rockstars and learn your weekly spellings. You may also choose to write a funny story and email it to me.
You are doing a brilliant job at keeping up to date with your 2Dos on Purple Mash. Many of you are also learning in other ways so I have a few more fantastic learning resources for you to use, if you choose to:
Daily lessons for each year group – teacher led.
Practise multiplication tables – Very important for Year 3 and Year 4.
As it is a new term, I have set some new tasks for you to do:
Iseemaths is a daily lesson, delivered by a teacher, for you to work through. You do not need a printer for these tasks. They are most suitable for Year 4 and Purple Table:
At school, we often use Hamilton Trust to deliver our maths content. They are providing daily lessons for Year 4 and Year 3 which should be suitable for all, with some help from parents. You will need to print out some sheets:
I will continue to post weekly 2Dos on Purple Mash. Please try to complete these and hand them in for feedback.
Hamilton Trust provide daily lessons for each year group. You will need to print out some sheets:
If you would prefer to complete a topic based project that will involve researching Tropical Rainforests click below for some ideas:
I will continue to set 2Dos on Purple Mash each week. Please try to complete these and hand them in for feedback:
Lots of you have been busy working at home and I am very proud of you. Here are some of the pictures you have sent me, I hope you enjoy them as much as I do.
Here are some more activities to do while you are at home:
- Practise multiplication tables to 12 x 12.
- Choose a topic to research and make a non-fiction book.
- Do something kind for somebody every single day.
- Look at the online maths activities below and practise daily.
- School Closure website links revised
- Read every day, to an adult if possible.
- Use the ICT Home Learning Links as much as possible.
- Keep in touch using my school email – email@example.com
Here are pictures of some of the exciting things we have done so far this year, including World Book Day, Mosque and Cathedral visits, lantern making and electric personalities:
Our medium term planning for this term can be found here: Medium term plan autumn 1 2019
Long term planning for the year can be viewed here: New LTP 2019 to 2020
Some of the fun events that took place last year:
Our science topic ‘States of Matter’ was enhanced by a visit from a STEM Ambassador, who spent an afternoon with us. We also visited Eureka! and took part in a coding activity.
Our World Book Day Celebrations also took place during the term, with the whole school joining in a series of activities about Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Harry Potter, Peter Rabbit and the poetry book, Heard it on the Playground.
The Long Term Plan for 2018/19 is available to view here: Long Term Plan 2018 to 2019
Science Day Photos