Class 4

Class 4

Class 4 are taught by Miss Youde and the teaching assistant is Sarah Corkill

Home School Learning 

Hello Team 4,

This is where you will access your home learning. Every day I will put some work on this page for you to complete in your red books. There will be maths and English each day as well as a topic project that will build up over the next few weeks (I look forward to seeing them when you get back!). Whilst you’re at home, remember to help out around the house, share your feelings with others and look after yourselves and others. Also use this time to relax, be creative, be active and learn new things.

Happy Easter Holidays Team 4!

After Easter our new topic will be… The Tudors!

The Tudors - BBC Teach

Here are some Tudor activities you might want to have a go at if you have some spare time over the next two weeks. This is not homework and you do not have to do it! These are just ideas incase you want to have something to do.

Tudor Activities

 

Here is also a brilliant challenge Mr Martin shared.

Home-Challenge-

Well done all of you for the effort you put in our TTRockstars battle against team 3. Unfortunately they just managed to pip us to the post in the end. Tomorrow we have a battle starting against team 6 so lets show them what we’re made of!

 

You can also now contact me on Class Dojo. If you haven’t got an account you should recieve an email from Mr Bevan inviting you to join. I love seeing how you are and all the brilliant things you’ve been up to.

 

A little bit of French for Easter

Bonjour! Madame Flynn here – I am putting up a few activities for you to continue with your French.  You have been amazing at it this year, especially with all that singing. Here are some Easter words, some facts about Easter in France and 2 things for you to do.  You can even hear me speaking French to you!  Au revoir!

Key Stage 2 French -Easter

 

Hi All, Mr Bevan here – I’ll be putting some work on here for you for a  while – this will often be linked to some of the work that Team 3 are doing but at an increased level for Team 4.

 

 

Friday 3rd April Home Learning

It’s Friday!!!

This morning we did some Joe Wicks PE again.  (Don’t forget that Joe is doing fancy dress Friday today!)  It definitely feels like it’s getting easier. We decided to do some Zumba again this morning with Pippa T (Miss Tabraham) on you Tube, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RQrIQ9N4Cvc.  We all loved it again. We found this track this morning and its amazing!!! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rx4K3cXBD6Y  We did it 3 times.

Maybe it is something that you might like, especially if you have been put off Joe Wicks because of some achy muscles!

Remember your TTRockstars – IT IS CLOSE AND THERE’S ONLY TODAY TO GO – it needs an effort from everyone!

I have been working on working out how to out load videos onto the YouTube channel so the U can see me reading again. It’s taken a little bit of doing but I think I’ve managed it.

 

English

If you would like to, continue to write your diary which you started last week, if not that is fine as well.  You might like to draw a picture in each day, or write a few sentences etc.  It is up to you!

Today we will be doing some more writing, using all of the punctuation that you practised using last week.

Today, I would like you to use your design of your own frozen setting which you did yesterday.

It could be in the mountains, on the ice shelf or half way up a glacier but it needs to be your own setting.

I have recorded an extract of Phillip Pullman’s Northern Lights. In this extract Philip Pullman does really good job of describing the weather and the freezing cold conditions.

https://youtu.be/eX28FAGwB6c

Have a go and see how you get on with your writing.  Good luck.

 

 

Maths – You don’t have to print the sheets, just write the answers in your red book.

Hey Team 4, today’s maths is perimeter! Remember to measure each side by counting the squares and then add them all together. Today this work is not to scale (remember that means you can’t use your ruler). You just have to imagine each square is 1cm. Watch this video if you’ve forgotten what an earth perimeter is!

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zvmxsbk/articles/zsr4k7h

WTS – Perimeter  WTS – Answers

EXS – Perimeter   EXS – Answers

Also, today is the last day of TTrockstars! Team 3 have just started to pull away from us with the lead so lets do all we can today to overtake them! We can do this team 4!

Topic

Please complete Tuesday’s topic work.

 

Thursday 2nd April home learning

Happy 2nd of April Team 4,

In the Bevan house have been up doing Joe Wicks PE again this morning. We decided to do some Zumba this morning with Pippa T (Miss Tabraham) on you Tube, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RQrIQ9N4Cvc.  We all loved it.  Maybe it is something that you might like, especially if you have been put off Joe Wicks because of some achy muscles!

Remember your TTRockstars – TEAM 4 ARE WINNING but it is really close – only about 300 points between the classes, it just needs an effort from everyone!

Did anyone write a letter to an elderly neighbour and ask your Mum or Dad to post it?  We haven’t heard back from the elderly lady at the end of the road yet and might not but I am sure she will have enjoyed reading the letters.

English

If you would like to, continue to write your diary which you started last week, if not that is fine as well.  You might like to draw a picture in each day, or write a few sentences etc.  It is up to you!

 

Did anyone manage to trick someone in their house with an April Fools trick?

 

Today we will be doing some more writing, using all of the punctuation that you practised using last week.

On Tuesday you thought about the different ways you could describe the setting in the beginning of frozen.

Today, I would like you to design your own frozen setting.

It could be in the mountains, on the ice self or half way up a glacier but it needs to be your own setting.

Maths

Hi team 4. I’ve just checked and since Mr Bevan wrote his bit, Team 3 have just overtaken us on TT Rockstars! But there’s less than 200 points in it so keep going! Remember the battle ends at 4pm tomorrow.

WTS – 1,000 more or less WTS – Answers

EXS – 1,000 more or less EXS – Answers

Topic

Please continue with Tuesday’s topic work for the rest of this week.

Wednesday 1st April home learning

Happy 1st day of April Team 4,

In the Bevan house have been up and trying out Joe Wicks PE again this morning, but decided against doing Oti Mabuse’s dance lesson a go today.  We did go out for a walk for some exercise and fresh air though (obviously keeping at least 2m away from everyone else that we saw).   It was nice to explore bits of West Bridgford I hadn’t seen for a while.

I haven’t received any workouts from you guys to my email address, so I’ll stop asking now.

Remember your TTRockstars – TEAM 4 ARE WINNING but it is really close – only about 100 points between the classes.

We all wrote letters today to an elderly lady who lives alone at the end of the road.  we thought that they might cheer her up.  Maybe that is something you could do for an elderly neighbour and ask your Mum or Dad to post it.

 

ART

I also saw this earlier… https://m.youtube.com/watch?feature=youtu.be&v=DdnshQrh-Do

This is a quick class on how to design different cartoon characters.  It is by someone I went to secondary school with.  Why not give it a go?

 

English

Please continue to write your diary which you started last week.

Today we will be doing some more writing, using all of the punctuation that you practised using last week.

Our writing today is all about this new 50p piece which has been released…

I would like you to undertake a secret task today… shhhh!

Write your own April fool’s day practical joke.

Make sure you write the materials that will be needed first, then, the steps for the setup and finally the execution of the prank itself.

When you have done this – give it a try.  Can you fool anyone?

Remember to include all the punctuation that you were thinking about last week.

Maths

Hi all, Miss Youde here. Keep going with the timestable rockstars, you’re doing brilliantly!

WTS – Numbers to 10,000   WTS – Answers

EXS – Numbers to 10,000    EXS – Answers

Topic

Please continue with Tuesday’s topic work for the rest of this week.

 

 

 

 

Tuesday 31st March home learning

 

Happy Tuesday Team 4,

I hope you had a good start to another week.

We have been up and trying out Joe Wicks PE again this morning and we gave Oti Mabuse’s dance lesson a go.   We were very hot and bothered by the end of it all!

Did you give it a try?  I’m still waiting for some more workouts from you guys – don’t forget to email them to me so I can give them a try!

Don’t forget that you can use Real PE at home

The website address is: home.jasmineactive.com 
Parent email: parent@carrington-1.com
Password: carrington

 

Remember your TTRockstars – Team 3 are winning the battle!

 

English

Please continue to write your diary which you started last week.

Mine today would say that the change in the clocks has made me very tired but we’re cracking on anyway.

Today we will be doing some more writing, using all of the punctuation that you practised using last week.

Today we will work on choosing really good adjectives in your writing and thinking about the impact that this has on your writing using the following presentation…

https://www.twinkl.co.uk/resource/t2-e-4332-powerful-adjectives-powerpoint

I would like you to think about the use of powerful adjectives in a setting description.

Have a look at the picture below or any other setting from the opening song of Frozen – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1TXc2JbCjmw

Remember to include all the punctuation that you were thinking about last week.

Maths

Remember your TTRockstars

EXS – Partitioning  EXS – Answers

WTS – Partitioning  WTS – Answers

 

Topic

How did you get on with your scavenger hunt?  Naima did really well and had a lovely time!

 

 

Now let’s continue to research the trip that Ernest Shackleton was going to take.

Last week, asked you to research the trip you will take, get out all of the equipment and pack a bag with what you need, find on the internet anything which you may need as well as advertising for a team of fellow adventurers.

Now, I would like you to consider the geography of the trip.  (This may take you quite a few days, maybe the rest of the week, as it is quite a big task)

Shackleton left from Cape Town.

How would you get to Cape Town across land (as much as possible) before boarding your ship?

Use an atlas, or google maps, to identify where in the world we are and which countries you would have to travel through in order to get to the southernmost point of land before boarding a ship to the Antarctic.

On the way through each country, what is the capital city, what currency of money would you need, what language is spoken and how would you introduce yourself?

Could you present this like a travel show?  You could be the presenter!

You have until the end of the week to work on this large task.

 

 

 

Monday 30th March home learning

Happy new week Team 4,

We hope you had a lovely weekend.

I have had a lie in, done a couple of workouts, made by Neve and Isla (from Joe Wicks weekend homework), watched a film, played some monopoly and chilled out.

(IF YOU CLICK ON THE PICTURE IT WILL SHARPEN THE FOCUS)

– It needs to be about 30 minutes long with a couple of minutes of warm up and a couple of minutes cool down.

I’ll attach them below and if you would like to make one for me to try then please feel free to send it to me – abevan@carrington.nottingham.sch.uk

I’m looking forward to getting onto Oti Mabuse again this week, last week my favourite was Trolls – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MCeo6Q3p7Mc – what was yours?  Again I’d love to see any videos of your dancing.

We will be joining in with ‘PE with Joe’ on The Body Coach TV again, will you?

We haven’t tried out the David Walliams yet, but will try to give it a go this week – for a more chilled out vibe, you could sit down and listen to one of David Walliams’ Worlds Worst Children stories on www.worldofdavidwalliams.com

He will be reading one every day at 11am, and you will be able to listen to them again and again.

English

Please continue to write your diary which you started last week.

Last week we looked a lot at the Edinburgh Zoo (Did anyone see the tiger?)

– I thought we might change it up a bit this week to something else…

 

In English this week, we will be doing some writing, using all of the punctuation that you practised using last week.

We will start the week by designing the main character or characters of our story (this is perfect for everyone).  I would suggest that you do not design any more than 2 or at most 3 characters to include in your story.

Monday 30th March -Design-A-Character-Writing-Frame

Maths

I am going to arrange a battle against Y3 for this week.  It will Start on Monday 30th March at 9am and finish on Friday 3rd April at 4pm.

If you score more than 2500 points for your team, then the extra points will not be counted!

COME ON TEAM 4!

EXS and WTS – 1000s, 100s, 10s and 1s     Today you have all got the same work – you are all brilliant at place value!

Topic

A bit of a fun one that I saw on Facebook for the start of the week –

(IF YOU CLICK ON THE PICTURE IT WILL SHARPEN THE FOCUS)

 

Friday 27th March home learning

Morning everyone,

Did you join in with ‘PE with Joe’ on The Body Coach TV again?  We did again – we’re all feeling a little sore – well, we will be fitter by the time this is all over!

We did some dance at 11:30 with Oti Mabuse from Strictly again too, though as always Mrs Bevan, Neve and Isla looked significantly better at doing the dance steps than I did.

https://m.facebook.com/pg/OtiMabuse/posts/?ref=page_internal&mt_nav=0

She will be doing dance lessons every day with a different theme.  Today is a Jungle book theme and at the weekend she will provide an Aladdin themed lesson on Saturday, with High School Musical on Sunday.

Have a try if you can – I’m sure you will enjoy it.

 

For a more chilled out vibe, you could sit down and listen to one of David Walliams’ Worlds Worst Children stories on www.worldofdavidwalliams.com

He will be reading one every day at 11am, and you will be able to listen to them again and again.

 

English

Please continue to write your diary  – today, mine would say that I’ve been out for a short walk to get some fresh  air, but we managed to stay more  than 2m away from all others.  We all felt better for the walk and the fresh air.

What have you been up to?

 

You have been looking at the Edinburgh zoo live cams for a few of days now.

If you follow the link –

https://www.edinburghzoo.org.uk/webcams/penguin-cam/#penguincam

you can see many different webcams for other animals.

What would a webcam in your house see?  Why not set up a camera in your living room (or another room in the house).  Watch it back and see what you can see in your own zoo!  Please write about what people would see.

In my home, yesterday we did some PE with Joe, had a pamper day where everyone had their nails painted, scooted in the street for a short while and played on the Wii.

Remember to include;

EXS – Capital letters, Full stops, exclamation marks, question marks, apostrophes for possession and commas for lists and fronted adverbials.

WTS – Capital letters, Full stops, exclamation marks, question marks and commas for lists.

Maths

Today’s maths is about Kilometres and metres. If you go on a walk/bike ride/scoot, ask your adult if they can record how many km or m you have walked so you can imagine just how far a km is.

EXS – Kilometres EXS – Answers

WTS – Kilometres WTS – Answers

 

Topic

Continue to research the trip that Ernest Shackleton was going to take.

Over the last few days I have asked you to research the trip you will take, get out all of the equipment and pack a bag with what you need and find on the internet anything which you may need.

Now I would like you to think about the adventure which you are going on.

It’s not going to be easy so, I suggest that you will need to take a team with you.

Make a poster to advertise for other members of the team, telling them what to expect and also telling them what you want from them.

 

 

Thursday 26th March home learning

Hello Team 4!

Hope you are all enjoying the sun.  Did anyone plant any seeds?  If so you could do a growth diary of what grows! You could even draw a graph of the daily or weekly growth. Did anyone do any singing from the link I shared yesterday?

I hope you’re keeping active.  We did some PE with Joe Wicks, dancing with Oti (https://m.facebook.com/pg/OtiMabuse/posts/?ref=page_internal&mt_nav=0) and we went for a walk (keeping away from other people) this afternoon.

We’re all excited about Thursday’s Mary Poppins theme dancing.

 

I also saw on Mrs Swankie’s page that Diversity are giving a free month of dance tuition on their site – have a look on Team 6’s page for further details.

Maths

EXS – Counting in thousands  EXS – Answers

WTS – Counting in 1000’s      WTS – Answers

English

Please continue to write your diary which you started on Monday – Today mine would say that my body aches from all of the exercise I’m doing and that I have given up on seeing Dharma the Tiger again.  I would also say that yesterday we got out our Nintendo Wii, which we haven’t played on for years.  We all had a lot of fun bowling, playing tennis and boxing.

What have you been up to?

You have been looking at the Edinburgh zoo live cams for a few of days now.

If you follow the link – https://www.edinburghzoo.org.uk/webcams/penguin-cam/#penguincam – you can see the penguins – they will definitely be there!

They make me laugh so much!

Watch the penguins for a few minutes, pretend to be a penguin and then write about what you saw them doing.

Remember to include;

EXS – Capital letters, Full stops, exclamation marks, question marks, apostrophes for possession and commas for lists and fronted adverbials.

WTS – Capital letters, Full stops, exclamation marks, question marks and commas for lists.

Fronted Adverbials – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pCpJXDy0tb

Topic

Continue to research the trip that Ernest Shackleton was going to take.

Yesterday I asked you to do this…

  • Plan your own adventure like Ernest Shackleton.
  • What can you find around the house that you would take with you?
  • Can you fit it all into one bag?
  • Would you be able to carry it?
  • What don’t you have that you think you would need?  Why would you need it?

Today…

Please use the internet to find out how much it will cost for you to buy all of the different things you do not have yet for your adventure.

Write a shopping list and then find the items you need.

Don’t forget to shop around – Amazon isn’t always the cheapest!

t2-h-5351-ernest-shackleton-powerpoint_ver_2

 

 

 

Wednesday 25th March home learning

Hi Team 4.

How’s it going?  Hope you are able to make the most of the sun with some time in the garden, maybe planting some seeds?

It’s a good time for planting sunflowers.

The link below will take you to a website that is posting a new song for every day of the week to use at home for free. There are words on the screen so you can sing along to the backing tracks, as well as suggested activities related to each song.

https://www.outoftheark.co.uk/ootam-at-home

Did you join in with ‘PE with Joe’ on The Body Coach TV again?  We did and even did some dance at 11:30 with Oti Mabuse from Strictly

https://m.facebook.com/pg/OtiMabuse/posts/?ref=page_internal&mt_nav=0

She will be doing dance lessons every day with a different theme.  Yesterday was Trolls, today is a Shrek theme and Mary Poppins is on Thursday

We did both and they were great fun – why not give it a try?

Maths

EXS – Rounding to the nearest 100  EXS – Answers

WTS – Rounding to the nearest 100

English

Please either start or continue to write your diary – mine would say that I’m really frustrated by not being able to see Dharma the Tiger in the daylight – I keep looking!

If you follow the link –

https://www.edinburghzoo.org.uk/animals-and-attractions/main-attractions/tiger-tracks/

you can find out more about the tiger enclosure or you can look on the website and find out more about Dharma.

Can you write a fact file about yourself which is similar to Dharma’s?

What else might you include in your fact file?  If you wanted, you could extend this and do more including other members of your family.

Remember to include;

EXS – Capital letters, Full stops, exclamation marks, question marks, apostrophes for possession and commas for lists and fronted adverbials.

WTS – Capital letters, Full stops, exclamation marks, question marks and commas for lists.

Fronted Adverbials – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pCpJXDy0tb

Topic

Continue to research the trip that Ernest Shackleton was going to take.

  • Plan your own adventure like Ernest Shackleton.
  • What can you find around the house that you would take with you?
  • Can you fit it all into one bag?
  • Would you be able to carry it?
  • What don’t you have that you think you would need?  Why would you need it?

Have fun with this and use your home as an adventure preparation zone!

If you want you could take a picture and send it to me.

t2-h-5351-ernest-shackleton-powerpoint_ver_2

 

 

 

Tuesday 24th March

We hope you are well and that you managed to get on well with yesterday’s home learning from Miss Youde.

Did you watch and join in with ‘PE with Joe’ on The Body Coach TV?  We did and it was great fun – some of us coped with the exercise better than others!

#hotandsweaty

Maths 

EXS – Rounding to the nearest 10    EXS – Answers

WTS – Rounding to the nearest 10

English

Look at the Edinburgh zoo live cams for each different animal and discuss with your parents and siblings which one you like the most and why – remember it is OK to have different opinions.

Here is the tiger-cam from Sunday evening –

 (Have a look in the top right!)

Tip – if you double click on the live stream it will increase in size to fill the whole screen.

Write down about who likes which one the most and why they like it.

Remember to include;

EXS – Capital letters, Full stops, exclamation marks, question marks, apostrophes for possession and commas for lists and fronted adverbials.

WTS – Capital letters, Full stops, exclamation marks, question marks and commas for lists.

Fronted Adverbials – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pCpJXDy0tb8

Topic:

Continue to research the trip that Ernest Shackleton was going to take.

  • What were the things that made the trip challenging?
  • Would these things be challenging in the modern day world?

t2-h-5351-ernest-shackleton-powerpoint_ver_2

 

Monday 23rd March

EnglishWTS – Pronouns  WTS – Answers

 EXS – Pronouns    EXS – Answers

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zwwp8mn/articles/z37xrwx   – This video on pronouns will help you.

MathsEXS and WTS – Roman Numerals   EXS and WTS – Maths Answers

https://youtu.be/z1UmAgekzbs    – This is the Roman Numeral song I know you all love!

Topic: Research the trip that Ernest Shackleton was going to take. Display your information in some way. This could be as a map, a word document, a powerpoint presentation or flow chart (or anything else you can think of).