Eagles

     Welcome to Eagles Class!

Eagles is our year 4 class, taught by Mrs Catchpole

We enjoy a creative approach to the curriculum where all of the children’s needs are catered for. We also link the curriculum to outdoor learning and the children will experience opportunities to learn outside the classroom

en’s needs are catered for. We also link the curriculum to outdoor learning and the children will experience opportunities to learn outside the classroom on a regular basis, alongside timetabled Forest School sessions.

In Eagles class children continue to develop the skill of working independently and children are encouraged to challenge themselves across the curriculum.

The children learn through a range of high quality classroom based activities and a range of practical tasks which caters for all learning styles. We link our learning objectives to our termly themes and the children immerse themselves in their learning.

Our Summer term topic is Down the Town, and is our geography based topic. We will also practise a variety of art techniques and skills.

***Home Learning***

New Hamilton Learning has been uploaded and will continue to be until the summer holidays. The maths was a problem to upload for week 13 so there are some additional daily maths activities to complete which haven’t yet been completed.

For those of you not returning to school, Oxford Owls has some great resources to support reading. I’d highly recommend that you visit the website. You can also access fun science activities through Explorify. Try to remember to read each week and practice the spelling Bee words. You can also continue to practice times tables on TT Rockstars and access the foundation subjects on Purple mash eg: history and geography. Keep up the good work everyone!

I look forward to seeing some of you on the 29th!

Take care and stay safe.

Mrs Catchpole

Parents: I would like to signpost you to the parents update page on the website. Here you will find some documents and resources to support mental health and anxiety during these difficult times. There are also some social stories for children to help explain the Coronavirus and the impact on school. I will be adding more as I source them so please keep an eye out!

I hope you find these helpful.

Mrs Catchpole

School Closure Resources:

Activity Grids:

Daily Maths Activities

Daily Maths Activities

Year 4 Topic Learning activities

Year 4 Home learning activities 22nd June

Salt Dough Recipe

Maths Week 10: (15th June)

Y4 Week 10 Day 1

4 Week 10 Day 2

Y4 Week 10 Day 3

Y4 Week 10 Day 3 power point

Y4 Week 10 Day 4

Maths Week 11: (22nd June)

Y4 Week 11 Day 1

Y4 Week 11 Day 1 Powerpoint

Y4 Week 11 Day 2

Y4 Week 11 Day 3

Y4 Week 11 Day 3 Powerpoint

Y4 Week 11 Day 4

Y4 Week 11 Day 5

Maths Week 12: (29th June)

Y4 Week 12 Day 1

Y4 Week 12 Day 2

Y4 Week 12 Day 3

Y4 Week 12 Day 4

Y4 Week 12 Day 5

Maths Week 13: (6th July)

Y4 Week 13 Day 3

Y4 Week 13 Day 5

English Week 10: (15th June)

Year 4 Week 10 Day 1

Year 4 Week 10 Day 2

Year 4 Week 10 Day 3

Year 4 Week 10 Day 4

Year 4 Week 10 Day 5

Possessive Apostrophes with audio

English Week 11: (22nd June)

Year 4 Week 11 Day 1

Year 4 Week 11 Day 2

Year 4 Week 11 Day 3

Year 4 Week 11 Day 4

Year 4 Week 11 Day 5

English Week 12: (29th June)

Year 4 Week 12 Day 1

Year 4 Week 12 Day 2

Year 4 Week 12 Day 3

Year 4 Week 12 Day 4

Year 4 Week 12 Day 5

English Week 13 (6th July)

Year 4 Week 13 Day 1

Year 4 Week 13 Day 2

Year 4 Week 13 Day 3

Year 4 Week 13 Day 4

Year 4 Week 13 Day 5

Important information:

Learning logs are given out on a Friday and need to come back into school by the following Wednesday.

Spellings are given out on Friday and must be returned the following Thursday in order to organise new spellings for next week.

Forest School sessions take place on a Monday morning – please make sure children have wellington boots, waterproofs and a warm coat.

Children have PE on a Thursday – please make sure children have the correct PE kit in schools at all times.

If you have any questions or queries please do not hesitate to contact me.

Mrs Catchpole