Woop! Woop! Only three more days of home-learning left to go!

Good Morning Class 4,

I hope I find you all well this morning! I must say I have been very impressed with the English work that I have received over the past couple of days, you have crafted some amazing pieces of writing, well done class 4!

Summary of Today’s Activities

  1. English
  2. Maths
  3. Science
  4. French
  5. Well-being


Tomorrow and Friday you are going to complete some activities that link to World Book Day and we are at a good point to pause our work on How to Train Your Dragon (we will pick this back up when we are all in school next week). Therefore today we are going to complete a GPS challenge (similar to last Friday). Please see examples below (I have also posted copies onto seesaw).

Year 4:

Year 5


Year 4

Today, for your final home-learning maths lesson I would like us to revise the names of different types of triangles. Please follow the link below:


As always I have placed a copy of the worksheet onto Seesaw.

Year 5

Today, for your final home-learning maths lesson we will  identify, compare and classify shapes based on their properties. Please follow the link below:


As always I have placed a copy of the worksheet onto Seesaw.


Real-time Sound event classification | by Chathuranga Siriwardhana |  Towards Data Science

In science I would like us to continue with our work on sound utilising the activities on the national academy website, please follow the link below for lesson 2:



Edraak | Learn French Language (1)

Once again Mrs Platten has been an absolute superstar and has created a French lesson for us, which I’m sure the children in school with me last week would agree we are very lucky because you don’t have to listen to my shocking French accent. Please see the details below:

Hello everybody and welcome to our final French lesson before half-term and what will probably be our last lesson on animals. We will have some lessons after the holiday though, on a different theme.

Everything you need to know today is on the video below, so when you are ready, get watching! You will need to watch right to the very end of the video if you want the answers to the first two activities!

Finally I am going to read you a traditional tale that you will be very familiar with in English. In fact, if you have siblings in Foundation Stage or class two, they have been working on this story in science and English too. It is the tale of the Three Little Pigs. There is no activity for this video, I just thought it would be a nice way to end our mini-theme on animals and you will be able to see how the French is written as well as spoken. ‘La marmite’ does definitely not mean the same thing as in English!


Home-Learning: Wednesday 3rd March

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