Good Morning Class 4,

I hope I find you all well this morning, only 4 days to go! I know it’s hard to keep ourselves motivated when we are so, so close to finishing home-learning and getting back into school, however I cannot stress the importance of to keep going over the next four days to maximise our learning.

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Summary of Today’s Activities

  1. Spelling
  2. English
  3. Maths
  4. DT
  5. Music


I do hope that you have enjoyed trying all of the different spelling practice tips that I have been sharing over the past week, the pyramid method has proven to be quite popular indeed. Here is another method that you could have a go with today:


Our English session today is going to be a little bit of a recap session. I would like you to look very closely at the image below:

Now that you have had the opportunity to explore the image in detail, I would like you to use the skills that we have developed over the past week or so to write a setting description. Think carefully about those skills and how you could deploy them to write about this image:

Prepositional phrases.

Expanded noun-phrases.





if you need to you can look back through my previous blog posts and utilise the vocabulary guidance sheets.


Year 4

In today’s lesson we are going to be comparing and classifying quadrilaterals. Please follow the link below:

As always I have posted copies of the activities onto Seesaw

Year 5

In today’s lesson we are going to be exploring 3D shapes:

As always I have posted copies of the activities onto Seesaw


In today’s Design and Technology lesson we are going to be designing a bag that is suitable for a viking warrior, please watch the video below for the instructions as to what I need you to do:

I have uploaded a template onto Seesaw got you to use in the design process. Please remember to think carefully about the size of your bag and a suitable motif. I can’t wait to see your designs.


Last week in music we explored ostinatos and we are going to build upon this learning by about polyrhythms. Please follow the link below:

Home-Learning: Tuesday 2nd March

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