Congratulations Florence - winning first prize in the photography competition for her fantastic photograph of a dandelion. Well done to everyone who entered.
Welcome to Class 4's webpage
Class 4 gallery: here are some of the things you have been getting up to at home during the school closure.
Ode to vegetables written and read by Florence. George wrote an ode to doughnuts - you can read this in the gallery above.
Listen to Katie's poem about Bramley the dog.
Draw or paint a picture of a flower or plant competition
Week commencing 15/06/2020
Please find below suggested activities for home learning for the week commencing 15/06/2020 These are suggestions in line with activities that we would have focused on in school and some revision work – it is not essential to complete all of them. Free resources are also detailed below. Please email me if you have any queries.
Science and Geography Resources
Please find below plans and resources from the previous week.
|Animal report planning sheet.pdf||Download|
|climate sorting cards.pdf||Download|
|suffixes -ous and sion.pdf||Download|
|The man who moved a mountain comprehension with answers.pdf||Download|
|weather and climate.pdf||Download|
|Weekly Home Learning 8 June.docx||Download|
Could one of your drawings illustrate J.K Rowling's book 'The Ickabog'?
If you email me your drawings I will display them on this page. Check out the details below.
Here are the entries I have received so far. Which one do you like the best ? Which one would you like to vote for ? email me your choice by Monday 1st June.
Have a look at these great Power Point Presentations - Endangered animals by Florence, King Henry VIII by Thomas and Famous landmarks by Isabella. What car would you like to drive when you are older? Look at Arthur's Power Point to help you decide.
How well do you know your local area ? Find out more below. Florence has produced an information booklet about Hickling, she even took the photographs herself. Isabella researched information about Owthorpe. Arthur researched Hickling moat. Great work all of you. Has anyone produced a fact file about Kinoulton ? - if you have, email it to me so I can upload it here.
Art Competition Photographs for inspiration
Click on the flag below for French resources you may want to try out whilst homeschooling.
Here are my recommended reads for this term. I will be interested to know what you think about any that you read.
If there are any other books you have read that you could recommend, please come and share them with me and the rest of the class!
*Flour Babies - Anne Fine
*Goodnight Mr Tom - Michelle Magorian
*The Borrowers - Mary Norton
*The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe - C. S. Lewis
*Bill's New Frock - Anne Fine
*The Witches - Roald Dahl
*Catch a Little Rhyme (poem) - Eve Merriam
*Woof - Allan Ahlberg
*The Railway Children - Edith Nesbit
*Wolf Brother - Michelle Paver
News and features from BBC News - Education and Family
- Students warn mock grades 'make mockery' of exams
Last-minute changes have been made to the way A-level and GCSE results in England are to be decided.
- Coronavirus: More pupils return to Scotland's schools
Physical distancing among students is not required but hand sanitisers and one-way systems are the n…
- Students want exam results upgraded across UK
National Union of Students says Scotland's exam changes must be applied to A-levels for fairness.
- Scottish school pupils have results upgraded
The Scottish government u-turn follows an outcry over the downgrading of 125,000 results.
- Universities told to keep places open for A-level appeals
With uncertainty over replacement grades, universities are told to wait for the outcome of appeals.