Good morning everyone,

Well we’ve all made it to the end of another week, and only one more week of home learning to go!

We think you are…..FANTASTIC!

We are very proud of all the hard work you have been doing at home and we are super impressed with the work you have produced. It was great to see you all in the Teams meeting yesterday and we’re looking forward seeing you all again on Monday and Thursday at 9 am.

There’s a Teams assignment for Science this afternoon – so remember to try and submit your work through your Teams account – don’t forget to press “Turn in”

We’ve pasted a quick reminder of your daily routine here to help you keep track of what you should do next.

After watching your morning greeting, with Mrs Avery and Mr Marshall,

click on the link below to continue with your Guided Reading:


Warm-up: Week 7: Challenge words. These are the Year 3 and 4 Statutory words. You’re expected to be able to spell them correctly in your writing by the end of Year 4. They are a challenge because they don’t necessarily follow any of the rules that we cover.

Spelling weeks 7 and 8

Remember to give yourself a test and email the results to us at

Main task: There are 3 different activities for you to complete today. Follow the video for further instructions.

Literacy video Friday:


Warm-up: Keep practising your times-tables. The sheets to practise all your times-tables are on Monday’s post.

Give yourself a test and let us know how you got on. Email your result to:

Main task: Today we’re going to continue our work on area. Today we will be focusing on making shapes.

Watch the video:

Answer the questions: Making shapes worksheet

Check your answers: Making shapes answers

Take a challenge: Friday Maths challenge

Science: Animals including humans. Digestion: Pardon me! Where did that come from?

Today we’re going to continue with the work we started on Wednesday. Don’t forget there were two tasks to complete. Hopefully everyone managed to complete the diagram of the digestive system with the correct labels. If not, make sure to do this first task before completing task 2.

Watch the video:

You can download your knowledge organiser for this unit: Digestion knowledge organiser

Activity 2: Please use the BBC website:

to complete your research. You should look at the following sections:

What is the digestive system?

What happens to food in your mouth?

What happens in your stomach?

What happens in your intestines?

And use the information to change your labelled poster into an interactive and informative flap poster.

We are looking forward to seeing your completed interactive poster, so don’t forget to submit a photo via teams once you have finished.

If you finished early remember there are the extra questions you could research or maybe you have a question or two of your own that you could find the answer to.

If you still have some time- why not have a go at this Digestive System word search:

Science word search and answers

That’s it, you’ve made it to the end of another week We hope you’ve had a Happy Friday and just remember that you are fabulous and amazing. Have a super weekend and see you all next week, either in school or via our class teams meeting.

See you all then!!