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Thursday 10th December


Good morning Year 4 and well done you have made me super proud with how hard you have worked! This is the last day of home learning because tomorrow we will be back together in class YAY!  

Happy Thursday 10th December.

Keep going and try your best just like you would in school.

Remember to blog me every day :) Click on the 2016 blog post to see all year 4 blogs and Mr Steele blog post to see mine. If you have trouble accessing and completing any work get an adult to email me so I can help. Parents/careers can email me on:  

Keep reading and logging into TT Rockstars daily also!

Have fun and keep active! Here are your tasks for today:


PE: Swimming fun and water safety!

We have missed some of our swimming lessons so I though you could find a space at home, grab a towel and follow this video. Listen carefully to the instructor and follow/copy her instructions in this lesson. Blog me how you got on and enjoy!


Lesson 1: English

LO: To use fronted adverbials

Watch the video below and I will explain what to do. Complete work into your exercise books don't forget the date and LO. Please can you concentrate on your best handwriting and presentation. If I am going too fast just pause and/or go back, Enjoy!

English lesson with Mr Steele’s explanation

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Lesson 2: Maths

LO: To solve whole number problems

Today's Maths task should be completed on paper or in your exercise books! Click and play the video below. You should hear my voice explaining what to do! Enjoy!

The picture of the task is also below but this will not have my explanation recording on.

Maths Task with Mr Steele's Explanation 2.mp4

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Lesson 3: RE

LO: To understand the Christingle

Today St Johns is taking part in a Christingle service outside, I will record this for you and upload to the Video page of the website for you to see at home.

For today's task I would like you to carefully read the PowerPoint slides below and learn about what the Christingle represents. Then at home make a Christingle (if you can) for you to keep at home over Christmas. If you cannot make one, I would like you to draw a Christingle into your exercise books and label what each part represents. If you really want to impress me do both and send me a picture! Enjoy!


Practice this song at home, you can find videos on YouTube to sing along to if you wish. We will be doing this in school to record and put on the website!

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