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Lower Junior Home Learning Week 4 (Wb11.05)

Welcome to week 4 of the summer term! 

Dear Otters, Hedgehogs and Foxes, 

It has been great to see all of your learning from over the past few weeks. We have been so impressed with how hard you are all working at home! 

Here is a brief overview of this week's learning: 

Maths: Year 3 – Money Year 4 – Multiplication and Division

English: Adverts, newspaper reports. SPaG – improving vocabulary

Spellings: cian word ending

Active 5:  A Viking myth

Science: How a shadow is made and how they can change

History:  Learning about the great Anglo-Saxon kings and Anglo-Saxon village life

RE: Sikh Worship

Computing: Creating a conversation using Scratch

Art: Creating art using shadows

Music: Activity set by Mrs Wood on Charanga/Yumi platform (details on how to access have been emailed)

PSHE: 14 day positivity photo challenge carried out across the next two weeks (a few minutes each day)

PE: Please see the home learning ideas on the school website for PE

As always, if you have any questions or would like to share any work with us please email 

NEW FOR THIS WEEK: There is a change to year 4 maths for Friday. At 9am on Friday your parent/carer will be emailed a code which will enable you to access an online set of questions (we will also publish the code on this page) Mrs Johnston and Miss White will be able to monitor your progress online as you work through the questions - don't worry if you make a mistake the first time you can try as many times as you like until you get them correct! This will show us how your Maths learning for the week has progressed.  We hope you will enjoy it as you will get immediate feedback and it gives you hints if you are unsure. If you have any questions please let us know. 

Remember to keep trying your best and we are proud of every effort you are making to continue your learning at home! 

Miss White, Miss Payne and Mrs Glancy