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Monday 8th February

Happy Monday yet again Year 4! Last week you did amazing so keep up the good work this week. Check out the Newsletter on News and Events section of the website for more information.

Don't forget to meet me on Microsoft Teams at 9:35 every morning, to go through your tasks. It should be easy to join through the calendar by clicking on the meeting on that day, and you will be waiting in a lobby untill I open the meeting. Please make sure you log on and join the meeting because I will be doing a register!

Remember to keep blogging or emailing me every day! 

Keep reading using the GETEPIC website or app and logging into TTRS daily also!

Have fun and keep active! Here are you task for today:


PE follow the video and have a go! Lancashire School Games - Stay at Home Heroes (Week 4 - Rugby)

This document will give you more instructions on how to complete this activity, enjoy!


Task 1: English

LO: To investigate suffixes: Past and present tense

Click on the lesson link below and a follow the instructions on the Oak Academy lesson. Follow the video lesson and pause at anytime. Copy and complete any work or worksheets into your exercise books. Complete the quizzes and blog me how you got on. In this lesson you will be investigating suffixes, past and present tense and set spelling words to learn.


Task 2: Maths

LO: To divide a 2-digit number by a 1-digit number

To access today’s Maths click on the links below:

One is the video lesson

One is the work sheets to complete

One is the answers
Watch the video lesson, then click on the activity PDF. You can either print of the work sheet and complete the work, or copy the answers into your exercise book. After you can check your answers with an adult clicking on the answers sheet! BUT NO CHEATING! Enjoy!

Lesson: To divide 2-digits by 1-digit


Task 3: History

LO: To investigate Ancient Egyptian mummification

On Wednesday your Task 3 lesson will be an ‘How to make an Egyptian Mummy’ virtual live session for Children’s University!

This link (below) is for you at home to join the session. Your parent/carer will need to follow the link and it will take them to an Eventbrite page where they can book a place on the event (A text went out on Friday so you may have already done this.

Once you are booked on your parent/carer will receive a confirmation e-mail. We will be joining on at school also, I cannot wait!

This is the link to book on:


Now we can do some preparation before the event:

Dr Glenn Godenho, who is an Egyptologist from the University of Liverpool, will be leading the session has sent me the following. Have a go if you can!

This is from Dr Glenn: Now, if we want to get this right, we’ve a few important things to do: 

1. Mummifying our orange

If you want to follow along with me as I attempt to mummify an orange, you can find the materials needed and the steps to take at this website: You’ll need a grown-up to help. Don’t worry if you can’t get the materials together. Feel free to sit back and watch me get in a mess, and have a go in your own time.


2. Storing the gooey bits

When we’ve made our mummy, which involves taking out all of the gooey bits from inside the orange, we’ll need some special containers to keep all of the gooey bits in. If you want to make your own ‘Canopic Jars’, here are some handy instructions:


3. Giving our orange a hieroglyphic name

Our next job is to give our Orange a hieroglyphic name. I’ll explain how Egyptian hieroglyphs work, and then you’ll all have a go at writing names in hieroglyphs. So, make sure you have a pen and paper ready for this bit. Here’s a really useful hieroglyph activity that you can use to practice:


4. Tour of a real ancient Egyptian tomb!

Finally, I’d like to take you all to Egypt and give you a tour of a tomb. Unfortunately, it’ll be a bit tricky to get us all on a plane at the moment, so I’m going to give you a virtual tour using this incredible internet resource:


I’d also like to show you some of the objects that our Egyptian orange should be buried with. We can’t sit around a table handling items, but I can show you some amazing 3D photographs that you can explore from your own computer screens. Here’s the awesome website that we’ll use to play with some real ancient Egyptian things:


So, there is lots for you to explore before, during or after the session. 

See you all soon!

Dr Glenn

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