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We live the Gospel message as we worship, learn and play Dyn ni’n byw negas efengyl wrth i ni addoli, dysgu a chwarae

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Website-New Home Learning Page & sharing information

 

A new area has been created on the school website as easier access for parents/pupils to access all future home learning information.  click here 

 

or go to:

MENU > Homework > Homework: Distance learning > Year 4

 

WEEK 3 TASKS WILL BE LIVE ON THIS NEW AREA AT 11am ON MONDAY 20th APRIL.

 

Holy Week and Easter - Observe, Reflect and Celebrate tasks

WEEK 3 home learning will resume on 20th April 

 

It is important over the next 2 weeks that children take a break from their excellent efforts at home, keeping up with their weekly home learning tasks.  As a Catholic school we are moving into the most important period of our Church's liturgical year, so we would like children to complete the following activities and reflect upon the significance of the events during Holy Week, leading to the celebrations on Easter Sunday.

 

(links/resources will be added below)

 

Activity 1 - Observe - Events of Holy week

write about the key events of Holy Week, which lead to Jesus' Resurrection,  in order

1. Palm Sunday 

2. Maundy Thursday (Last Supper)

3. Good Friday 

4. Holy Saturday - How do Christians remember the day that followed Good Friday?

5. Easter Sunday  

 

Extension challenge - What happened to Jesus on the days after Palm Sunday, leading up to Maundy Thursday?

 

Choose from one of the following:

  • Google slides (submit finished work to google classwork assignment)- create separate slides explaining each of the events of Holy Week and insert images, text and symbols - How do you think Jesus and his Disciples were feeling at each of these times?
  • Thinking maps powerpoint - flow map 5 parts of Holy week using text and images 
  • Collage/sketch/paint the events of Holy week - adding keywords around each image to describe how Jesus and his Disciples may have been feeling as these events unfolded. 

 

Activity 2 - Reflect - The Stations of the cross

 - run the powerpoint and sit with your family to reflect upon the stations of the cross.

 - read the 'notes' in the powerpoint to carry out a short service at home - you may want to give different roles to family members to allow you all to reflect upon the challenges faced by Jesus.

resource - Primary Stations of the cross Cafod powerpoint

 

Activity 3 - Celebrate on Easter Sunday 

This final task is one which celebrates the resurrection of Jesus on Easter Sunday and reminds us that death is not the end.  As the stone at the entrance to Jesus' tomb was rolled away, think about how Jesus is an everlasting power and presence in our lives every day.

 

Create your own celebration cross, using different colours and symbols linked to Easter celebration.  You may also want to write a prayer of thanks as Jesus walks with us in our everyday lives following his resurrection.

 

Useful sites

 

BBC bitesize Holy week - https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/ztkxpv4/articles/z4t6rj6 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/religion/religions/christianity/holydays/holyweek_1.shtml 

 

Easter Story: Saddleback kids video - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HL8R158Ujp4 

VISIT HWB > Google for Education (Y4AD classroom)

 

This is the best way for your child to submit tasks and receive marking and feedback from Mr Dyer and Miss Aherne!

 

While we appreciate not all tasks can be completed electronically - many assignments will be set via Google classroom linked to the weekly learning themes - with guidance on how to hand in work also found here

 

PLEASE NOTE - If any issues arise or support is needed, your child can ask for support using the hwb - Google classroom stream page (Google for Education)

 

If your child does not have their homework books, they can compete work via hwb or using any notebooks/sketchpads  they may have at home.

DAILY Morning workout - PE with Joe Wicks "The Body Coach"

 

https://www.youtube.com/thebodycoachtv

 

live workouts at 9am to get your day started!

MINECRAFT EDUCATION - Treehouse build challenge - Have you got what it takes?

Music (Mrs Roberts) - Become a Musical Explorer. 

https://www.classicsforkids.com

Click on Music
Choose Hear the Music from the menu. Choose a piece of music and listen to it.

https://www.classicsforkids.com/documents/K-3/Listen_to_Music.pdf

 

https://musiclab.chromeexperiments.com

What is Chrome Music Lab?

Chrome Music Lab is a website that makes learning music more accessible through fun, hands-on experiments.

You can experiment every day with different musical activities.

Take a look and good luck! 

 

Extra free online maths learning - The Maths Factor

 

This is currently a free resource which an adult can sign their child up to, for further maths and numeracy activities to do at home.

 

click here to access the site run by Pearson 

Distance learning - Self-isolating online learning     

                 

 

Espresso - discoveryeducation.co.uk 

click log in > espresso 

 

 

KS2 - science - forces (videos and activities) - What are forces? Write an information leaflet about the different types of forces in science  - Can you give examples of 

 

Giglets online reading test practice  - giglets.com  (2x books) 

This will help you develop your reading skills in preparation for the National tests

 

login info 

school code - stphilipcps

user - first 4 letters of FIRST and SURNAME (no caps) - e.g davibeck (if David Beckham)

password - spe123     (try SPE123 if not working)

 

- note  - You must VISIT LIBRARY and find & read the book before completing the reading test Qs section

 

 

 

activelearnprimary.co.uk - bug club reading & abacus maths games

 

username - unique to each child (see homework books)

school code - xw9m

password - spe123

Spellings - spellodrome games - same as mathletics login

       
       
Self Isolating PE- Linked to our fitness unit there are many Joe Wicks Fitness videos on you tube. Here is a sample link https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EDC-plCTBbc

Homework

Friday 13th March 2020

                                  Homework is due on Wednesday - including mathletics tasks                        

 

Learning Log

Homework - How much water do you use at home?

Please see the attached document above

 

and

 

Giglets online reading test questions - giglets.com 

This will help you develop your reading skills in preparation for the National tests

 

login info 

school code - stphilipcps

user - first 4 letters of FIRST and SURNAME (no caps) - e.g davibeck (if David Beckham)

password - spe123

 

- note  - You must VISIT LIBRARY and find & read the book before completing the reading test Qs section

 

Maths: Mathletics 

Miss Aherne

Mr Dyer - measures tasks

 

Reading books and Bug club books online (activelearn)

Spellings - spellodrome list 12 games - mathletics login

Jupiter - compound words Saturn - question words Earth  - ow and ea  

footstep

popcorn

grasshopper

toothbrush

football

lifeboat

grapefruit

skateboard

database

skyscraper

Who

Why

How

Where

When

What

might

many

will

should

clown

owl

bread

head

flower

thread

crow

row

 
 

 

 

 

Homework

Friday 6th March 2020

                                  Homework is due on Wednesday - including mathletics tasks                        

 

Learning Log

Homework - Biodiversity

Next week is Science Week!

 

Homework – Get creative and enter the British Science Association’s annual poster competition. You can make your poster about whatever version of ’Our diverse planet’ you like and enter our UK-wide competition with the chance to win some exciting prizes. 

 

Investigate and imagine ‘Our diverse planet’ and everything that makes it special.

 

Here are some topic ideas to get you started:

Why not think about biodiversity? From the diversity in your own garden, to the diversity at the very bottom of the ocean, research all the amazing creatures and organisms that live on our planet. The diversity of science and STEM subjects.

 

Have a think about all the diverse ways that science affects our lives and who you know that uses science every day. Is there science in baking and cooking? What about making a film or taking a picture? Or how about operating planes and cars? Remember that science is everywhere, you just have to look for it!

 

Think about the other kinds of diversity our planet contains – from the variety of the molecules that make up essential parts of life, to the different ways our towns and cities are built, and the variation of people’s tastes and interests. Our planet is unique, but why not investigate what makes it different from others. It’s up to you on what you research and what you put on your poster.

 

Maths: Mathletics 

Miss Aherne & Mr Dyer - Multiplication and division tasks

 

Reading books and Bug club books online (activelearn)

Spellings - spellodrome list 11 games - mathletics login

       

 

 

   

 

 

 

Homework

Friday 28th February 2020

                                  Homework is due on Wednesday - including mathletics tasks                        

 

Learning Log

Homework -Fairtrade week 2020

 

Complete the following task linked to Fairtrade

 

Why does chocolate need to be Fairtrade?

Can you find out the reasons why and share your learning on ‘Google Slides?’

 

NEXT WEEK ONLY - PE (gym) for all Year 4 children will take place on Tuesday instead of Wednesday for next week only - please ensure you have kit on this day. 

 

World Book Day - Thursday 5th March 

Children are invited to dress as their favourite character from literature OR a religious figure from the Gospel stories.

Book Buddying *bring your favourite book to school on Thursday to share with children in Reception 

 

Maths: Mathletics 

Miss Aherne & Mr Dyer - Multiplication and division tasks

 

ONLINE COMPETITION NEXT WEEK - use as much as possible - prizes to be won!

 

Reading books and Bug club books online (activelearn)

Spellings - spellodrome list 10 games - mathletics login

Jupiter - it's and its Saturn - homonyms Earth  - un- and dis-  

it's sunny

its bone

its brush

it's foggy

its basket

it's my birthday

its teeth

it's windy

it's my favourite

its nest

train

palm

match

bow

tie

wave

bark

bank

ring

lift

unlock

dislike

unhappy

disagree

unkind

disobey

uneven

unpack

 

 

 

Homework

Friday 14th February 2020

                                  Homework is due on Wednesday - including mathletics tasks                        

 

Learning Log

Homework -Eisteddfod 2020

 

There will be various home/school competitions for your children to enter as part of our St. David’s Day celebrations this year. Please could you ensure that all competition entries are brought into school to be judged by Monday 24th February 2020.

 

Children are welcome to enter as many competitions as they wish, and winning entries will be announced during our Eisteddfod celebrations on Friday 28th February (Key Stage 2).

 

The children are able to choose which competition/s to enter. They are welcome to enter all competitions open to them. There will be house points awarded for every competition entry. The winning entries will receive house points, certificates and a special welsh prize.

 

The competitions are as follows:

Whole School Competitions:

 

Welsh Learner of the Year-The children are encouraged to use what they have been learning in school to showcase their knowledge and understanding of the Welsh language. They may choose to write some phrases or sentences, a letter, conversation or celebrity profile in Welsh. The children must also write a paragraph in English explaining why they think they should be ‘Welsh Learner of the Year’. There is a very useful online dictionary on the website bbclearnwelsh which will be helpful when the children are writing in Welsh.

 

3D Modelling Competition – Children are encouraged to make a 3D model of something which represents Wales for them. Children may use whichever means of media they wish and the topic is broad to encourage creativity.

 

Cookery Competition - Children are encouraged to cook something which is a traditional Welsh recipe or depicts Wales to them.

 

Young Performer Competition- As part of our Eisteddfod this year we are also encouraging the children to showcase their talents. Auditions will take place in class on Thursday 21st February. Two children will then be chosen to represent their class during our Eisteddfod celebration. The children may like to prepare a song or dance, recite a poem or play a musical instrument.

The children are also encouraged to wear traditional welsh costume or a full welsh sporting kit such as rugby or football.

 

The following Key Stage 2 additional competitions have been decided upon through pupil voice sessions:

Key Stage 2 Competitions:

The Advantages of Learning Welsh – Children to present the advantages of learning Welsh, using Google slides or Google sites. Please consider the following questions: Why is learning Welsh important? Why is learning Welsh a lifelong skill? What are the benefits of learning Welsh?

If children decide to use the tools available on Hwb it is then their responsibility to download the file and save it into the Eisteddfod entry folder in their pupil folders on Monday 24th February. If any support is needed to do this, please see class teachers. Alternatively, competition entries completed on the computer be burnt onto a disc and handed to class teachers

 

A Welsh Song  - To write and perform a song highlighting the advantages of learning Welsh. The song could include Welsh words and phrases. Auditions will take place at lunchtime on Tuesday 25th February in the Year 6 classroom.

Please ensure that all entries are solely completed by the children themselves. We look forward to seeing the fantastic contributions which will play a vital part in celebrating the heritage and culture of Wales during our Eisteddfod.

 

Maths: Mathletics 

Miss Aherne & Mr Dyer - patterns & relationships tasks

 

Reading books and Bug club books online (activelearn)

Spellings - spellodrome list 9 games - mathletics login

Jupiter - suffixes -tion and -sion Saturn - contractions Earth  - syllables  

operation

station

invasion

expression

collection

division

collision

dictionary

competition

illustration

they're

she'll

I'll

haven't

won't

we're

I'm

He's

They've

I'd

garden

robot

caterpillar

dragon

computer

kicking

together

friends

 

 

 

 

 

Homework

Friday 7th February 2020

                                  Homework is due on Wednesday - including mathletics tasks                        

 

Learning Log

Homework - Safer Internet Day 2020

 

To celebrate Safer Internet Day on Tuesday 11th February, create one of the following:

 

1 - design a poster based on the theme : Together for a better Internet

 

2 - create your own emoji/avatar which could represent you online 

 

3 - create a short video (e.g iMovie) explaining how we can work together to help build a better/safer internet

 

electronic work can be emailed to homework@stphilipevansprm.cardiff.sch.uk 

 

Some useful websites:

https://www.childnet.com/young-people 

Hwb login - online safety resources

https://www.saferinternet.org.uk/advice-centre/young-people 

 

Maths: Mathletics 

Miss Aherne & Mr Dyer - Multiplication facts

Do you know all of your multiplication tables? (e.g 6s, 7s, 8s...)

Reading books and Bug club books online (activelearn)

Spellings - spellodrome list 9 games - mathletics login

Jupiter  Saturn  Earth    

cancelled

frightened

wrapped

sandwiches

measured

ourselves

complained

exciting

respectful

enough

together

suddenly

everywhere

thirteen

heard

tighter

stopped

invented

disagree

already

classes

friends

voice

churches

hedge

used

tries

match

 

 

 

 

 

Homework

Friday 31st January 2020

                                  Homework is due on Wednesday - including mathletics tasks                        

 

Learning Log - What is life like in space?

Following our visit from Professor Paul, create a visual poster of key facts and information on what life is like for astronauts living in the space station compared to life on Earth.

 

Remember 

- How do they eat?

- What do they eat?

- What can they do differently to people on Earth?

- Why does everything float?

- How do they stop some objects floating away?

 

Maths: Mathletics 

Shape tasks 

 

Reading books and Bug club books online (activelearn)

Spellings - spellodrome list 8 games - mathletics login

Jupiter  Saturn  Earth    

hopeful

safely

quickly

lovely

careful

artist

machinist

typist

useful

hurtful

screwdriver

crew

river

information

form

knowledge

know

edge

forgetful

forget

whistle

wheel

when

what

why

photo

choir

where

 

 

 

Homework

Friday 24th January 2020

                                  Homework is due on Wednesday - including mathletics tasks                        

 

Learning Log

Next week, as part of our Context for Learning, St Philip Evans Space Academy, we will be learning more about a famous astronaut Neil Armstrong, we will be writing a biography all about his life. In preparation for this task we would like you to do some research about Neil, this can be presented either in your learning log or on Hwb. 

 

Some questions to think about: 

1). Where was Neil born?

2).When was Neil born?

3). What happened in Neil's childhood?

4). Why is Neil famous?

5). What is Neil's legacy?

 

Maths: Mathletics 

Mr Dyer set - most likely, least likely and will it happen?

Miss Aherne - measuring length tasks. 

Reading books and Bug club books online (activelearn)

Spellings - spellodrome list 8 games - mathletics login

Jupiter ear and ough Saturn - days and months Earth  or, er, ir, ur, air and ear  

tough

through 

cough

search 

wear 

spear 

thought 

fought 

rough 

though 

brought 

February 

September 

January

Wednesday

Thursday 

Saturday 

August 

October 

Tuesday 

November 

December 

fear

skirt 

nurse

dear

hear

clean

shear

short 

fork

hair

kerb

 

 

Homework

Friday 17th January 2020

                                  Homework is due on Wednesday - including mathletics tasks                        

 

Learning Log - The Solar System - St Philip Evans Space Academy

 

This week's homework is a creative task. 

Research the planets of the solar system - How many are there?

 

Choose from one of the following:

 

1. create a 3D model of the solar system/one of the planets

2. paint a portrait of the planets or a space vehicle

3. design and build your own space rocket/moon buggy

 

Maths: Mathletics 

Mr Dyer set - add and subtract written (min 2 tasks)

Miss Aherne - fractions - halves and quarters 

Reading books and Bug club books online (activelearn)

Spellings - spellodrome list 8 games - mathletics login

Jupiter - wo and wa Saturn - contractions Earth  -ed and -ing  

swarm 

world

wallpaper

swallow

was

wanted

swan

washed

wand

warning

I'll

don't

can't

she's

they'll

I'm

isn't

wasn't

don't

I'd 

rushed

pulled

helped

eating

jumped

cracking

locked

melting

 

 

 

 

Homework

Friday 9th January 2020

                                  Homework is due on Wednesday - including mathletics tasks                        

 

Learning Log - Come & See - Community

 

write a prayer for your community.

 

Success criteria

A prayer usually has four simple steps

 

  1. Address the Heavenly Father - e.g Almighty Lord,
  2. Thank God for our communities
  3. Ask God blesss and help our community
  4. Close in the name of Jesus, Amen

 

This could include your local community, parish community or school community and the people included in them.

 

Maths: Mathletics 

both sets - number and place value

Reading books and Bug club books online (activelearn)

Spellings - spellodrome list 8 games - mathletics login

Jupiter - words containing k Saturn - common suffixes Earth -adding -s  

kettle

kite

kennel

shipwreck

crack

attack

snake

quake

clock

cork

smartly

slowly

lovely

wishful

quickly

useless

wonderful

careful

fearless

heavenly

hats

shops

drums

clocks

nests

chairs

doors

pens

 

 

 

Homework

Friday 13th December 2019

                                  Homework is due on Wednesday - including mathletics tasks                        

 

Learning Log - Science - forces

 

Complete the homework task above in your homework books

 

PE lesson - next week PE will take place on Tuesday instead of Wednesday.  Please ensure your child has full kit on this day.

 

Maths: Mathletics 

both sets - how much change? & Bar graphs

Reading books and Bug club books online (activelearn)

Spellings - spellodrome list 7 games - mathletics login

Jupiter - letter v Saturn - compound words Earth - ou and ow  

glove

microwave

hive

loves

shoved

above

discover

government

driven

given

firefighter

toothbrush

football

postman

somebody

anyone

cloakroom

grandson

hairbrush

rainfall

house

cow

crown

bow

brown

sound

loud

found

 

 

 

 

 

 

Homework

Friday 6th December 2019

                                  Homework is due on Wednesday - including mathletics tasks                        

 

Learning Log - Why is it important to speak Welsh?

 

Create a poster or go online (hwb) google slides/powerpoint to create a presentation all about Wales, and why we must celebrate our Nation by learning and speaking Welsh at home and in school.

 

Record your ideas in your homework book or on Hwb > Google for Education (google classroom) 

 

Maths: Mathletics 

Mr Dyer set - space and angles tasks

Miss Aherne - direction and space tasks

Reading books and Bug club books online (activelearn)

Spellings - spellodrome list 7 games - mathletics login

Jupiter - -ight, -tion and -ious Saturn - silent letters Earth - oi and oy  

bright

tight

mysterious

station

information

obvious

curious

fraction

operation

flight

competition

glorious

knee

knife

wreck

knot

thumb

knock

know

write

wrapped

lamb

toy

join

coin

joy

soil

boys

point

joyful

 

 

 

 

Homework

Friday 29th November 2019

                                  Homework is due on Wednesday - including mathletics tasks                        

 

Learning Log - Come & See RE - Gifts - Advent 

 

What are the signs and symbols of Advent for Catholics?

 

What does each symbol look like?

What does the sign/symbol help us to think about during Advent? (e.g. colour, shape, purpose etc)

Why are they important to Christians around the world?

 

You might want to carry out some research and talk to an adult at home, recording your findings in your homework book.

 

If you would like some extra support, click here

Maths: Mathletics 

Mr Dyer set - sets of numbers & multiplication/division tasks

Mis Aherne - Measures - Are you ready & time

Reading books and Bug club books online (activelearn)

Spellings - spellodrome list 6 games - mathletics login

Jupiter - nouns ending -f and -fe Saturn - adding -s and -es Earth - word with ar  

elves

knives

puffs

handcuffs

shelves

yourself

themselves

thieves

half

scarves

glasses

kites

churches

brushes

vans

matches

plates

brushes

pens

watches

park

tart

shark

cards

chart

heart

March

carpet

 

 

 

Homework

Friday 22nd November 2019

                                  Homework is due on Wednesday - including mathletics tasks                        

 

Learning Log - Blood Bones & Gory bits - Context

 

Human body quiz

 

Create your own quiz about the human body, by writing a set of at least 10 effective questions, to challenge your friends knowledge of the organs, muscles, skeleton and systems of the body.

 

Use a variety of question openings (How, Why, Where, Which, Do etc) and think:

 

Record your quiz in your learning log, then you may want to also create it electronically using your Hwb > Google forms account and try your quiz out on people at home and view your results online.

 

Maths: Mathletics 

Multiverse

Reading books and Bug club books online (activelearn)

Spellings - spellodrome list 5 games - mathletics login

Jupiter - suffixes Saturn - change y to -er or -est Earth - oo and u  

parenthood

championship

kindness

agreement

laziness

bossiness

neighbourhood

foolishness

partnership

nastiness

cloudier

silliest

noisier

merry

tastiest

bossier

naughty

prettier

funniest

heaviest

wood

pull

hill

shook

look

stood

fool

full

hook

took

 

 

 

 

 

Homework

Friday 14th November 2019

                                  Homework is due on Wednesday - including mathletics tasks                        

 

Learning Log - Come and See RE - Gifts

 

The gift of Friendship 

 

Write a poem based on friendship.  You might want to listen to this (click) song, to help you think about the gifts that we share when we are friends with others. 

 

You may want to write a poem using rhyming couplets, or an acrostic poem using the word FRIENDSHIP.


Present your findings in your learning log.

 

 

NOTE - Cauliflower cards - your child will have a copy of their cauliflower card sent home today.  If you would like to order a set of cards with your child's design, you must order your cards online, no later than Tuesday midnight.

Your child must return their completed order form/card design to school on Wednesday to be posted, NO MONEY is needed as payment will be made during the online order process.

 

Maths: Mathletics (x2 tasks)

Mr Dyer set - addition & subtraction - mental

Miss Aherne set - addition & subtraction - written

Reading books and Bug club books online (activelearn)

Spellings - spellodrome list 1 & 2 games - mathletics login

Jupiter -  Saturn -  Earth -   

seasonal

national

magical

personal

topical

additional

comical

bridal

removal

spinal

festival

musical

sleepy

grumpy

icy

funny

shiny

nutty

snappy

noisy

bouncy

bossy

right

fly

slide

tie

tight

fight

shy

try

 

 

 

 

 

 

Homework

Friday 8th November 2019

                                  Homework is due on Wednesday - including mathletics tasks                        

 

Learning Log - Blood, Bones & Gory bits

 

What is a vital organ?

 

Find out information about the vital organs of the human body.  What jobs do they do?


Present your findings in your learning log.

 

Maths: Mathletics

Mr Dyer set - subtracting & finding differences 

Miss Aherne set - data handling 

Reading books and Bug club books online (activelearn)

 

Jupiter -  Saturn -  Earth -   

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Homework

Friday 25th October 2019

                                  Homework is due on Wednesday - including mathletics tasks                        

 

Learning Log - successful futures week

 

Produce a CV for your dream future job.

What skills will you need to do for your job?
How can you present your CV creatively?

 

What is a CV?

 

you may need to do some research or speak to an adult at home.  You can also describe yourself and your personality using full and extended sentences. 


 

 

Maths: Mathletics

Mr Dyer set - measures & time

Miss Aherne set - multiply/divide by 10 and 100

 

Reading books and Bug club books online (activelearn)

 

Jupiter - irregular Saturn - adding -er and -est  Earth - long vowel sound u  

drank

sang

bought

buy

dug

wrote

swam

throw

threw

gave

find

found

hottest

quicker

ripest

cleaner

hotter

tallest

shorter

fastest

slower

warmest

moon

screw

glue

broom

blue

flute

grew

cool

 

 

 

 

 

Homework

Friday 18th October 2019

                                  Homework is due on Wednesday - including mathletics tasks                        

 

Leanring Log - What was life like in Stuart Wales?

 

Research the 2 of the following areas of Stuart life in Wales, recording your findings in your Learning Log.  You will be asked to share your findings with your group to create a collaborative project next week:

 

Stuart Food 

Stuart Clothes

The Parlimentarians vs The Royalists

The Plague 

Stuart Jobs (working at Llancaiach Fawr)

The Pritchard Family

Philip Evans (1645-1679)

The Gunpowder Plot

 

Maths: Mathletics

 

Reading books and Bug club books online (activelearn)

Spellings - spellodrome list 1 & 2 games - mathletics login

       

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Homework

Friday 11th October 2019

                                  Homework is due on Wednesday - including mathletics tasks                        

 

Come & See - RE - Called

 

Learning log task

Reflect on times you have been chosen or called on for something.  Describe what happened, how you felt, any difficulties you had in accepting it, your response and the reasons for it.  Display your results in your homework book.

 

Maths: Mathletics

Mr Dyer maths set - compare numbers & number/place value test

Miss Aherne maths set - 

Reading books and Bug club books online (activelearn)

Spellings

Jupiter - verb endings -s -ed

and -ing

 

Saturn - homophones

 

Earth - long vowel sound 'e'

 

 

changes

saved

hugged

changing

saving

stopped

dropping

grabbed

stirring

loving

dropped

hopped

their

there

too

two

to

You can park over there.

They have lost their ball.

I was too hot.

I have two sweets left.

Go to bed.

beads

peach

dream

team

meet

need

been

read

 

St Philip Evans portrait and research support

 

Homework

Friday 4th October 2019

                                  Homework is due on Wednesday - including mathletics tasks                        

 

Learning Logs:  Philip Evans, Our School Saint

 

In your learning logs, sketch a portrait of St Philip Evans, reminding yourself about the features of a portrait from this weeks lesson.  You may also want to add key information about Philip Evans to your artwork, including his year of birth, hobbies, and key events from his life.

 

Maths: Mathletics

1. Perimeter

2. Measuring length 

Reading books and Bug club books online (activelearn)

Spellings

Jupiter - verb endings -s, -ed, and -ing

 

Saturn - using un-, de-, dis-, re-, and pre-

 

Earth - long vowel sound 'o'

 

 

played

opening

melts

walked

blinking

painted

opened

asked

pulling

jumped

unhappy

disappear

unfit

disobey

return

depart

dislike

unpack

remove

unwell

boat

toast

coach

hole

cone

flow

hope

bow

 

 

 

 

Homework

Friday 28th September 2019

                                  Homework is due on Wednesday - including mathletics tasks                        

 

Learning logs - Llancaich Fawr Manor House

 

We would like pupils to log into their hwb account, and create a google slides (or powerpoint) presentation all about Llancaich Fawr manor house.

 

to access our google classroom: (you may be asked to sign in more than once)

Hwb > tools waffle (top of page) > Google for education > Year 4AD > google tools waffle > slides

 

Success criteria 

You may want to chose from some of the following for each slide theme:

1. opening cover page (insert>images/textbox)

2. Where is Llancaich Fawr Manor House?

3. Who were the Pritchard family?

4. Who visited the manor in 1645?

5. Rooms inside the manor

6. The servants 

 

click below for more information

http://your.caerphilly.gov.uk/llancaiachfawr/manor-gardens/manor-house

 

If you do not have internet access, present your work in your learning log

 

Maths: Mathletics

Mr Dyer maths set - measurement x2 tasks

Miss Aherne maths set - 

 

Reading books and Bug club books online (activelearn)

 

       
       

 

 

 

 

Homework

Friday 20th September 2019

                                  Homework is due on Wednesday - including mathletics tasks                        

 

*DO NOT FORGET* In the newsletter there is a rugby world cup immersion day on Monday 23rd of September. 

On Monday the 23rd of September 2019, St Philip Evans will be hosting a Rugby World Cup Day, to kick-start the Rugby World Cup campaign alongside healthy and fit week. Pupils can wear either a red t shirt or a wales rugby shirt. Pupils can also bring a small red badge or scarf to support wales. This is entirely optional, if pupils do not wear one of these items they must still come into school with normal correct uniform. Pupils must however, not wear shirts of other colours and other nations, as we want everybody to support our national team. At lunch time on this day there will be a rugby skills session with the rugby team from 12:30 – 13:00 on the school field for years 3-6. There will be a rugby world cup themed homework so please check your class page website for more details.

 

Learning Logs:

This week for your homework you can choose from one of the following options:
 

1). Make a model of a rugby ball to celebrate Wales in the Rugby World cup. This could be decorated with anything Welsh and rugby related. 

 

2). Next week we are also celebrating our Context for learning Fame, Fire and Fortune, in preparation for this you could design and make a Thinking Hat. The topic is all about the Stuart period and we will be learning all about this historical period. *Please do not make or wear a costume on Tuesday as we will also be having our individual photos taken. 


3). Research the Stuart period and present it in your Learning Log. 

 

Maths: Mathletics

1.

Reading books and Bug club books online (activelearn)

Spellings

Jupiter

 

Saturn

 

Earth

 

 

information

dangerous

already

sandwiches

happily

enough

complained

wrapped

exciting

explosion

wear

kicking

again

together

invented

adventure

suddenly

disagree

think

team

classes

tries

friend

skipping

hopped

churches

 

 

SWIMMING WEDS AND THURS 18/19 SEPTEMBER

- children have been asked to bring an old pair of PJs or shorts and t-shirt in addition to their swimming kit on both of these days to wear in the pool. Please share this message with other parents to ensure all children have the right equipment for these 2 sessions. 

 

Diolch

Mr Dyer & Miss Aherne

 

Homework

Friday 13th September 2019

Homework is due on Wednesday - including mathletics tasks

 

Learning Logs: 

 

This weeks homework is a creative task - we would like the children to create their own display/poster to show one of the following

 

1. Come and See - My Family tree

Who is in your family tree?   Who are your ancestors?

 

or

 

2. E-safety poster - SMART rules

What is cyberbullying?  How can you stay safe online?  Who can you tell?  

- see Internet Safety page for resources/useful websites

 

Maths: Mathletics

1. round to nearest 10

2. round to nearest 100

Reading books and Bug club books online

Spellings

Jupiter

Rule: homophones

Saturn

Rule: using -le

Earth

Rule: long vowel sound a

 

eight

ate

herd

heard

some

sum

there

know

they're

their

needle

table

bubble

purple

candle

little

paddle

marble

cradle

beetle

cake

whale

spade

rain

say

away

play

tail

 

 

 

 

Homework

Friday 6th September 2019

Homework is due on Wednesday 11th September 2019

 

Learning Logs: Roald Dahl research 

 

In order to prepare for Dahlicious day next week we would like you to carry out some research on the life of Roald Dahl. You may present this as a poster, character profile or piece of writing in your learning log books.

 

Success criteria: 

 

Where was Roald Dahl born?

What did Roald Dahl do during his early life?

How did Roald Dahl become an author?

What are Roald Dahl's biggest successes?

 

FRIDAY - DAHLICIOUS DAY & Y4 SWIMMING LESSONS BEGIN 

Year 4 are beginning their swimming lessons every afternoon (Mon-Fri) starting this week (9th Sept)

Please ensure your child has all swimming equipment in a separate bag and £1 for a locker.

 - As it is Roald Dahl day Friday, children are encouraged to dress up, but parents may want to consider the practical element of costumes that will fit inside a locker

 

Maths: Mathletics set linked to number and place value

Reading books and Bug club books online

Spellings

Jupiter

Rule: double consonants

Saturn

Rule: adding -ing

Earth

Rule: vowels a e i o u

 

1. parrot

2. letter

3. kennel

4. arrow

5. little

6. giggle

7. lesson

8. puddle

9. summer

10. holly

11. sparrow

12. pillow

1. hopping

2. running

3. making

4. diving

5. pulling

6. dropping

7. hugging

8. writing

9. drinking

10. skipping

1. sock

2. bin

3. ring

4. cuff

5. sick

6. tin

7. pet

8. get

9. fish

10. wish

 

 

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