Category Archives: Primary 4F

P4 – Save The Bees!

Today we started our ‘Save the Bees!’ campaign by learning about what is happening to bees, why they are important and what we can do to save them. Please re-visit the weblinks below to find out more about the importance of bees.

 

P4J & P4F Homework – Monday 7th June

Literacy

Solo Talk – Continue to prepare a talk to be presented to the class. -See the previous blog post for further information.

Your talk should be ready to present in class on Friday 11th June.

Reading – Beetle’s Adventure Reading Comprehension Task on Teams. (No reading books will be sent home this week for homework)

Spelling – air, are, ere, ear

Complete the assignment and attach your work by Friday 11th June. Remember to uplevel your sentences by adding adjectives, adverbs and/or a simile if you can.

Words : fair, spare, there, where, dairy, bare.

Maths

Please play as many games as you can on Sumdog to help our class climb the leader board. The contest closes at 8pm on Thursday 10th June.

IDL Spider’s Web Task.

Please read the Spiders Web Design pdf attached to the assignment for all the information required to complete the task.

T-shirts for end of term song/dance

Please bring your t-shirt into school on Tuesday 8th June.

P4J & P4F – Tuesday 1st June – Homework

Literacy

Solo Talk – You have 4 weeks to prepare a talk to be presented to the class. See the other post on the blog for more details. 

This time round all talks must be done in class and not sent in as a video.

Reading Books -try to read every night, Monday to Thursday (AR book or banded book). They should be brought to school daily.

Spelling – gh, ph for f

Read instructions on the assignment, or at the front of your spelling jotter, and attach your work at the end of the week. Remember to uplevel your sentences by adding adjectives, adverbs and/or a simile if you can.

Group A words: laugh, cough, photo, aphid

Group B words: laugh, cough, rough, aphid, phrase, hyphen

You can also practise your spelling words on the  Spelling City link.

Maths

Please complete the Maths Quiz on Teams for Friday 4th June.

  • Continue to practise tables/ Multiplication race. – Click here to take you to the link to the online Maths games part of the P4 Blog.

T-shirts for song

You now have your t-shirt in your House colour. You should wear this when filming you singing to the P4 song, ‘We’re Better Together’. Remember you can join up with other P4 pupils to sing the song. The videos should only have the sound of your voice(s) and not the sound of the music. Have fun and send in your videos!

 

Monday 17th May -Homework

Walk to School Week
This week we are encouraging you to walk to school when possible. Remember if you need to come by car, then consider parking a bit further away and walking. You have the activity sheet in your bag that you can complete at home if you wish.
Remember to pass the May Newsletter to your parents as well.  It has a lot of important information on it.
Literacy
Solo Talk – You have 4 weeks to prepare a talk to be presented to the class. See the other post  on the blog for more details. 

This time round all talks must be done in class and not sent in as a video.
Reading Books -try to read every night, Monday to Thursday (AR book or banded book). They should be brought to school daily.
Spelling
Read instructions on the assignment, or at the front of your spelling jotter, and attach your work at the end of the week. Remember to uplevel your sentences by adding adjectives, adverbs and/or a simile if you can.

Group A words: pure, sure, capture, vulture
Group B words : capture, pressure, leisure, vulture, feature, pleasure
You can also practise  your words on the  Spelling City link.
Maths
Continue to practise your tables in whatever way helps. Click here to take you to the link to the online Maths games part of the P4 Blog. A Maths sheet will be issued on Tuesday – to be completed for Monday.

P4 Solo Talk – Friday 11th June

You have 4 weeks to plan, prepare and rehearse for a solo talk on a subject of your choice. You can present your talk in any way you like, for example, using props, notes, a powerpoint, a booklet or even a model. However, as this is focusing on the talking part you must ensure you are able to talk confidently about what ever you choose.

Learning Outcomes:

  • I make full use and value the opportunities I am given to improve and manage my learning and in turn, I can help to encourage learning and confidence in others. HWB 1-11a
  • I am exploring how pace, gesture, expression, emphasis and choice of words are used to engage others, and I can use what I learn. ENG 1-03a

Hints and Tips:

  • You are free to present your researched topic in any way you choose. However, try to think outside of the box a little. In other words, be creative!
  • The talk should last between 2-4 minutes.
  • You have 4 weeks to organise your talk so use your time wisely. You should be prepared to present yourself on Friday 11th June.
  • This is an independent research project. It is your responsibility to organise your time effectively and ensure you are putting in enough effort.
  •  Everyone will approach this task in different ways so don’t worry if your friends are doing  something different from you. Have faith in your chosen subject and what you have to say and it will all     work out. This is your chance to show just how well you can take responsibility for your own  learning.
  • Rehearse your talk. Practise what you are going to say and how you are going hold any props or cards. Do it in front of your family, pet and toys!

Please read the success criteria in the Teams Assignment.

P4J & P4F Homework Monday 10th May

Your homework for this week:

Spelling

Your spelling task can be found in your Spelling Homework jotter. Please complete the task and then upload it to the Teams assignment.

Words: here, cheer, dear, clear, hear, sphere

Reading

Please read Monday– Thursday and bring your book to school every day.

Maths

Continue to practise your target tables, and complete the Multiplication Race every night (Mon-Thurs) to try to beat your own time.

Please also complete the Area homework sheet that will be given out tomorrow (Wednesday). This has to be completed and brought into class on Monday 17th May.

Reminders

-As you know it can be sunny leaving the house in the morning and raining by the afternoon, so please ensure you come to school every day with a suitable waterproof jacket as we will be out in all weather.


-Please remember our class photographs will be taken on Friday 14th May.  Please wear your shirt and tie that day.

P4J & P4F Homework – Monday 26th April

Homework for this week:

Spelling
Your spelling task can be found in your Spelling Homework jotter. Please complete the task and then upload it to the Teams assignment.

Words: hawk, sauce, salt, drawn, laundry, already


Reading
Please read Monday– Thursday and bring your book into school every day.

Maths
Please choose the tables you feel confident in, and complete the Multiplication Race every night (Mon-Thurs) to try to beat your own time. You do not need to hand this in but be prepared to tell us your fastest time in class on Friday.

Please also complete the length homework sheet and bring it with you on Thursday 29th April so that we can mark it together in class.


A new Sumdog contest started yesterday (26/4) and finishes at 8 pm next Thursday, 29th April. You may also want to play games on Sumdog to help our classes climb the leader board.


The Big Pedal
Please bring your bike or scooter on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday this week.