We have put together some activities for children to do at home whilst they are unable to come to school. We all want our children to be happy, safe and still learning at this time. It will also help you to keep them occupied at home for an extended period of time.
This page we will be updated with new work or messages weekly on Wednesdays. For parents of children with SEND please see the information posted by our SENCo here.
Please keep checking and keep you and your family healthy.
Best wishes from the Year 4 team
Welcome to Year 4!
Who you will meet:
Mrs Ellis - Herbert class teacher
Mr Connolly - Alexandra class teacher
Mrs Yeatman - Teaching Assistant
Welcome to Summer term 1!
Summer term 1 is upon us and although we are not at school, Mr Connolly, Mrs Yeatman and Mrs Ellis miss you and are thinking about you daily. If you need anything please email us on purple mash - the system which we are also using to update daily activities. This can be found on www.purplemash.com (the app you need is 2Email).
Please look after yourselves and keep safe
Please see below the key websites to use. Children's work will be added on a weekly basis:
If you would like to do activities that involve outdoor learning please click on the RSPB Family Wild Challenge link below:
If you would like to listen to music and complete some musical tasks, look at the Music Ten Pieces link below:
If you would also like to have a look at the Nottingham Music Hub website for free musical resources please click on the link below:
If you would like to have a look at Science resources, please click on the attached STEM website.
Padlet of additional resources: https://padlet.com/grahamandre07/covid19resources
Additional reading websites:
Change4Life have some brilliant indoor activities and new recipes to try:
It came from the sea, calmly at first. An enormous, slithering tentacle slowly oozing its way over the top of the sea wall, exploring the metal and concrete shapes with suckers the size of your front door.
Then, as more and more people came, and shrieks and cries of alarm filled the air, the creature became angry. All hell broke loose…
In an almighty tangle of limbs and water and buildings and people, the beast came violently exploding out of the frothing water. The normally sturdy metal supports of the buildings groaned under the extreme weight of the gigantic tentacles crushing them. Panic. Complete panic set in.
But where had the creature come from? What did it want? How could anybody stop it?
There wasn’t time for people to think. Only to run…
Insert commas in the correct places in the sentence below.
Viciously an enormous tentacle exploded out of the frothing bubbling water heading straight towards a crowd of anxious people.
These sentences are ‘sick’ and need help to get better. Can you help?
A tentacle came out of the water. The creature had a big head and big eyes.
Where do you think the creature has come from?
What do you think it usually eats?
Why do you think it has come up to the surface?
What do you think its feelings are towards humans?
Is it possible that there are sea creatures as big as this one lurking in our waters?
Imagine the creature is out of the water.
Can you draw or describe what its entire body looks like?