Class 10 & 11
Welcome to Class 10 and 11
Class 10 - Mrs Davis
Class 11 - Mrs Jones & Mrs Durham
TAs - Mr Jenkins & Miss Elliott
Blended Learning through the lockdown period 2021
The timetable in year 4 is very similar for the children in the classroom and the children working from home to ensure an effective and consistent provision.
We are offering live lessons every week day morning as follows: Maths from 9.15am on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday and English from 11am on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday and 9.15am on Wednesday. The slides for these lessons can be found in the Files section on Teams so that children can access the information we are using in the lessons when they are completing their independent work or if for any reason they miss the lesson.
When accessing live lessons please ensure that your microphone is muted, unless you are asked to respond to a question. You can use the hand up facility or the live chat to ask a question or to participate in the lesson. Please also ensure that you are dressed appropriately and in a suitable space in the house such as a living or dining room, not in a bedroom. You may find it helpful to have a pencil and paper available.
Maths and English work produced at home should be submitted to the year 4 staff using Assignments on Teams, before the deadline of 9am on the day following the live lesson. You can upload typed work or pictures of written work.
Work for other subjects should be submitted using Classroom Notebook on Teams or the class email: email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org. If work is submitted using Classroom Notebook please do make us aware using the chat log on Teams as we do not get a notification for this.
If you need any help with blended learning please do not hesitate to contact anyone of us at school.
Although learning looks very different at the moment, we are really looking forward to a fantastic Spring term with all of the year 4 children, whether that be in the classroom or online through Teams.
Keep checking our class page and our twitter account for
regular updates on our learning journey through year 4.
Find out what we're learning about this term by clicking on our Project icon
Over the Spring term we will be focusing on our art based project with the big question, 'How do we make meaning from sound?' We will explore how sound is created, the definition of sound and compare and contrast sound and music.
Over the Autumn term we will be focusing on our geography based explore project with the big question, 'Where is the best place on Earth?' We will follow in the tracks of the fictional character Phileas Fogg who travelled around the world in 80 days and research the geographical location and physical features of each country he visited on the way.