We hope you are all well and we still miss you very much! We hope you all had a lovely weekend and were able to safely enjoy the sun :)
The next two weeks will be the Easter holidays and we have posted some ideas of activities you could do during the “holidays” while staying home (see the link below).
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Hopefully, you have all started to find ways to make home learning work for you and your family, however if you are still trying to work out a routine for you as a family, don’t worry! There is no expectation that everything on the class page has to be covered - there is a range of activities so that hopefully you can find some that suit you! If you don't like something, try a different activity!
Some parents have requested weekly learning plans, so please find those below. These do not have to be followed, but they are there for you to use if you find them useful. We understand that this is a very difficult time and only want you to do what is best for you and your children :)
We have updated the Year 4 page to include separate pages for the resources for maths, English, PE and other subjects as well as one for non-curriculum fun!
We are trying to make our Year 4 page as easy to use as possible, but please do email us if you have any questions. We would love to hear from you with messages about what you’ve been up to or pictures of your work! (With parents/carers permission, we can share them in this weekly newsletter update, on the Year 4 class page and the school Twitter)
Ms Donovan and Miss Porter
Ms Donovan - email@example.com
Miss Porter - firstname.lastname@example.org
Twinkl has lots of free resources for you to access to support your children's learning while they are self-isolating. They are offering a 1-month free trial.
Step 1: Go to www.twinkl.co.uk/offer
Step 2: Create an account and enter the offer code CVDTWINKLHELPS
Here are links to some year 4 free resources incorporating all parts of the curriculum.
In addition, in the search bar you can search for 'school closure' which will bring up more resources.
For further support, they have a parents hub where you can access useful guides and activities https://www.twinkl.co.uk/resources/parents
There are also activities available on the twinkl website for children from EYFS to secondary school age.