w/c 13th July
Good morning lovely year 4, parents and carers,
How are you all?
We have lost count of the number of weeks and days you have all been impressing us with your home schooling, and we thank everyone for all the efforts. We both know, as parents ourselves, the ups and downs of lockdown homeschooling and thank you . Nevertheless, we have reached the final week and share with you our new learning poster. This week is a bit more light-hearted and full of fun ideas and activities. Once again, these are ideas and we understand if some of these activities do not fit in with your normal family routines.
As you are aware, from Mr Krisson’s letter, the school and teachers will be having a 3 week break commencing Monday the 20th, and will be in touch with arrangements for September after this period. Children you have been a fabulous year 4 class in this very peculiar, strange year and we wish you every success as you move forward into year 5. Don’t forget to write us any questions, using Google Classroom, about year 5 and we can pass them on to your new teacher.
We shall be in touch throughout the week, however we would like to take this moment to say have a fantastic summer, keep smiling, say safe and thank you for all your hard work to children and adults.
Mrs Girling, Mrs Barnes and all the year 4 team. ️
w/c 6th July
Good morning year 4, parents and carers,
How are you all? It’s been a bit of a blustery weekend, but it was good to see the sunshine yesterday. We hope you are all well, keeping active (both kind and body) and enjoying family time. It’s been lovely exploring the countryside this weekend, even though one gets caught in a sharp downpour or two .
It’s the final week of this learning poster and we are so proud of all that you have achieved. Your artwork, maths, writing and creativity have blown us away, keep up the super work 🤩. We look forward to all that you show and share with us this week.
Have a great week everybody, keep smiling.
Mrs Girling, Mrs Barnes and all the year 4 team.
w/c 29th June
Morning wonderful year 4’s, parents and carers,
We hope you are all well and keeping safe.
Mrs Barnes has thoroughly enjoyed chatting to some of you about what you have been up to, as well as how you are, it’s been lovely to hear her feedback. We have also been proud of how you have already started and completed some of the tasks off the new learning poster . Once again, it’s been lovely to see your work and ideas. Please keep asking us questions if you are unsure of anything.
We are aware and totally understand that you all choose to learn from home in different ways and all your circumstances are different, please do not worry if some of the activities do not fit in with your family – these are suggestions. Don’t forget you can still access your CLICs, SAFEs and Learn It’s, as well as TTrockstars. Furthermore, we love to see your own ideas and task/activities that you (and your family) enjoy doing, whether it’s a bike ride , playing a musical instrument , teaching your dog a new trick or gardening etc, we love to hear about it.
We wish you all another safe week; be kind and keep smiling.
Mrs Girling, Mrs Barnes and the year 4 team.
w/c 22nd June
w/c 15th June
Good morning year 4, parents and carers.
At last the sun ️ is back! Hope you have all managed to find time for yourself whether reading a good book, going for a run or bike ride or spotting some nature from your kitchen window, or what ever your passions may be. 🥕♀️🦋️♂️
As we enter the 3rd week of this learning poster it’s lovely to read and look at the activities you have been up to on google classroom, as well as on TTrockstars and with your CLICs, SAFEs and Learn Its. We are very proud of your commitment and how you have persevered through these strange times.
Parent and carers, we understand that there may be dips in motivation from all parties and please do not worry if some of the activities do not fit in with your family – these are suggestions. As a mother of three myself, we totally understand the juggling act of home schooling.
As the sun continues to shine on us this week, we look forward to hear about what you get up to. If you have any issues please do not hesitate to get in contact with us.
Stay safe, be kind and have a wonderful week,
Best wishes Mrs Girling, Mrs Barnes and the year 4 team .
w/c 8th June
w/c 1st June
w/c 18th May
w/c 11th May
Good morning lovely year 4, parents and careers.
We hope you have had a wonderful bank holiday weekend and you managed to celebrate the VE Day with your family. The weather on Friday and Saturday was marvellous adding to the celebrations.
Wow! We have been super impressed with the enthusiasm, ideas and dedication you have had to tackle the new challenges and tasks. Well done to all. Remember these are suggestions and all that you achieve during this time is fabulous. The learning tasks are intended to support you and your child’s learning and by no means intended to cause any additional stress. Use it according to your family’s situation and needs.
At school, we are watching the government guidance very closely about when we can return and will follow advice and guidelines about when it is safe for all. Please allow the school time to discuss what is best for the school community.
We wish you all another safe and fun-filled week. Remember children, to use google classroom to ask us questions about your work as well as post and upload anything you have been up to. Furthermore, we would like to remind you about the Esafety code of conduct you have all signed, and that whilst using google classroom we must all be polite, responsible and sensible when communicating using the platform. It is important that we can all communicate, show our support, achievements and celebrate ours and others successes. Spread the smiles and rainbows. 🤩
Look out for one another with your kind words and actions. Keep smiling, safe safe and keep well.
Mrs Girling, Mrs Barnes and all the year 4 team.
w/c 4th May
w/c 27th April
w/c 21st April
However, we do have a few suggestions for Easter Activities you could make and do with your family. With this message we have included a video (see below) ‘How to make an Easter Basket’, and continuing the theme of baking – can you make an scrumptious Easter treat? This could be Easter nests, a cake or biscuits. There are also lots of websites with printable colouring and ideas etc including activityvillage.co.
We would love to see what you come up with! Can you also draw a map of your garden or house and plot where you could hide Easter eggs for a EGG HUNT! Ask your family to complete the hunt, who is the quickest?
w/c 30th March
w/c 23rd March
Hello lovely Y4 tribe!