Homework

Hi all,

I hope you all had a wonderful half-term. Thank you so much to those of you who have sent in a pictures for the reading challenge – they are fantastic! It has been marvellous to see so many children receive a certificate for reading regularly. Keep it up.

For the rest of the term I would like to see many children return to using Times Tables Rock Stars more frequently.

I have also attached a homework grid based on our topic, The Egyptians. Children must complete a minimum of three tasks and bring them into school by Wednesday 30th June.

Keep learning to tell the time at home 🙂

Thanks,

Mr Weaver

Free Tennis

Hi everyone,

This week Years 5 & 6 had the opportunity to enjoy a taster session in tennis delivered by LTA coaches from The Shrewsbury Club Tennis.

The Shrewsbury Club Tennis are offering FREE tennis sessions to children THIS Sunday (16.5.2021) at Monkmoor Recreation Ground for children between the age of 4-11.

To book on follow the Golden ticket or alternatively click the link below:

Golden Ticket

https://clubspark.lta.org.uk/ShropshireLTA/Coaching

Many thanks,

Mr Weaver

Cricket

Hi all,

I hope you all managed to have a very enjoyable bank holiday.

Class 4 will now have two PE sessions a week, therefore PE kit will be required 2x a week. We are very fortunate that on a Tuesday we will have Passmaster delivering a session and on a Wednesday we will have a cricket coach.

Thanks,

Mr Weaver

Get active and do your bit for the environment!

Dear all,

Just something a little different for children to take part in at home with their families as well as being active and doing their bit for the environment.

Follow the link for more information and where parents/guardians can sign up: https://psl.football/signup/

If you decide to sign up we would love to see pictures of you all participating, so please don’t forget to email your pictures to the school office.

Thanks,

Mr Weaver

Class 4

Hi everyone,

I hope you are all enjoying a bit of normality, it has been brilliant to have almost all children back in class, myself and Mrs Neesham have missed so many of their wonderful personalities.

Tomorrow, every child should come home with the following homework sheets:

  1. Maths arithmetic
  2. Subtracting Fractions Match-Up x2 (Ch must show workings out; this may be with a number line or converting a mixed number to an improper fraction)
  3. Reading comprehension

Request:

Please could you send in recycled objects/rubbish from home that would normally be recycled. On Thursday, the children will make a craft out of recycled objects. Due to Covid regulations, these items must be bought into school by Tuesday at the latest so that they can used in class.

Many thanks,

Mr Weaver

Friday 5th – Home Learning

Hi everyone,

We have all made it to the end of home learning and succeeded. I am so excited to be writing this final home learning post, I can not wait for so many of you to return to Class 4 on Monday! Well done to you all, so many of you (parents and children) have done a truly fantastic job, thank you!

Non-negotiables:

  1. Read for a minimum of 20 minutes per day
  2. Practise your spellings everyday
  3. Practise your handwriting
  4. Play Times Table Rock Stars
  5. Play Hit the Button to practise number bonds to 10, 20 and 100

Today, I would like you to focus on the non-negotiable tasks throughout the day. Can you do each task twice, perhaps three times? Maybe even FOUR times. 

Maths:

It’s time to show off, you know what to do! 🙂  But first check last weeks test and address any errors Answers 1

Arithmetic Spring 2 Answers 2

Back to School:

Myself and Mrs Neesham can’t wait for you all to return. Here’s a few important reminders:

  • Class 4’s school day begins at 8:50 and finishes at 15:10 You must strictly keep to these timings. These staggered start times are in place to promote and ensure social distance to keep you all safe
  • Lunch will be eaten in the classroom.
  • PE is on a Wednesday afternoon. You must come to school dressed in your PE kit, please ensure suitable clothing is worn for the varying weather conditions.
  • Your child must keep one reading book at home and one in school, please email me if you have any issues regrading reading materials
  • Reading books that are returned on a Friday (once completed) must be placed/kept in an isolation box for 72 hours
  • Reading diaries will be checked on a Wednesday so they must be in school.
  • Continue to learn weekly spellings at home – you already have this terms spellings, please email me if you do not.
  • Please do not bring bags or pencil cases into school
  • Every Friday, your child will be sent home with their arithmetic sheet and a reading comprehension. The reading comprehension must be returned the following Wednesday (with the reading diaries).
  • At home your child is expected to continue the non-negotiable tasks daily. These can be achieved before or after school.

See you all on Monday!!!

Have a lovely weekend,

Mr Weaver