Good, better, best. Never let it rest, until your good is better and your better best
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Welcome to Year 4 - Miss Buckingham & Miss Emery can't wait to take you through your learning journey this year. We are excited to work our way through all of our exciting topics from I am Warrior to Road Trip USA.
Our P.E days are Monday & Friday so please come to school in your P.E kits on these days.
Happy New Year 4. We hope you have all had a restful and lovely Christmas break.
While we isolate, we are hoping that you will follow this week's timetable and use the time at home to continue to extend your knowledge, skills and understanding across many aspects of our exciting and varied curriculum.
There will be a daily timetable uploaded here, with various lesson resources and videos to help you with your learning ...
It can all be found here and on the video resource centre in our Year 4 section. Remember to click 'view more in playlist' to access the videos for each day.
We can't wait to see the evidence of your hard work, either via photographs and videos that you can send in to the admin email address: firstname.lastname@example.org or in your workbooks when we are able to return to school.
Have lots of fun, keep reading and please stay safe!
Use this video to help you with the formal written method for subtraction. It will really help you understand how to exchange when the bottom number has a greater value than the top!
El Caminante - English, Diary Recount
A great animated story that lends itself to writing. Imagine you are one of the people there that experienced this magnificent event. Write a diary recount as if you were there witnessing it first hand! Maybe you are the lady with the dog, maybe the shopkeeper or you could possibly be the tightrope walker!
AR Quizzing LinkFor quizzing on books, please use this link and your usual AR login.
World StoriesWorld Stories is a growing collection of stories from around the World. The collection includes retold traditional tales and new short stories in the 21 languages most spoken by UK children. Read or listen to the stories.
Hit the Button!A great game to help you to learn and have rapid recall of your number-bonds and multiplication facts.