Well done for working so hard during these unusual times. As it is Half Term, have a break from lessons; take time to relax and get up to fun activities. If you get stuck for ideas of things to keep yourself occupied during the week, take a look at these activities. They don't involve looking at screens - they could help you explore the world around you, if only from your home. We hope you enjoy them - why not challenge a family member?!
Feel free to let us know what you've been up to (including pictures if possible) as your fellow classmates love to keep in touch by reading the class blogs!
Dear Parents and Carers,
Please find below the next grid for Year 4 home learning tasks for w/c 18/05/20.
I hope you are finding this new format helpful and easy to work from. You will find both the online learning grid and offline learning grid below this post. There are also other worksheets or booklets that you may need to use for some of the activities.
If your child is taking part in our Emergency Care provision, they will also be continuing to follow the programme for each day they are in school.
Should your child struggle with the activities set, please try those of a younger year group to help build their confidence. Do not feel that all activities must be completed. However, if possible, please could you prioritise the English/Spelling/Phonics and maths tasks daily, thus ensuring your child is able to make progress.
If you have any problems, please let me know as I'll be keen to help. Please do keep emailing to let me know how you’re getting on with the home learning or other activities you’re enjoying.
Someone in Constantine (with her big sister G) has been doing lots of reading and research to produce these two PowerPoints. I can see that they must have taken a long time to produce them to such a high standard. As you will see, one of them is about a topic we were studying in the Autumn term - doesn't it seem a long time ago! I wonder if you can remember some of the details about Egyptian gods, as P and G have added lots more information.
So here they are to share with you all, thank you girls!
evening everyone and happy half term. This has been a strange Tuesday for me,
as I've been working from home rather than being at school. I do hope you're
all well and having some fun in this glorious sunshine. I'm still missing being
in Constantine class and wondering what you've all been up to, so please keep
those emails and photos coming, so that we may all keep in touch.
This week, I've really been appreciating our wonderful Saltash (even more than usual) and have been for some runs and cycles, even bumping into some of you - not literally of course! Yesterday, I went out on my kayak, which was the first time I've taken it out in ages and I loved it. I went towards Churchtown and Forder and thought how lucky we are to live in such a lovely part of the world.
I wonder how many of you are still tending your plants, as I know that this has been a great lockdown project for many of us?
Anyway, that's quite enough from me, take care, stay safe,
with love from
Mrs Cabello x
Today, I received a super email from a certain young lady in Constantine, who's been keeping very busy with some science from a website that she recommends on you tube with Maddie and Greg ( you might like to check it out?).The most recent topic has been magic camera work and in one of the photos below, M tells me she's levitating - can you see which one? Click on the middle photo to get the full effect...
She has been keeping up with her reading, spelling and times tables practice too, as well as constructing lego models, so well done for that!
Apart from science fun she has also celebrated her 9th birthday, so a very Happy birthday to you, with love from us all! That cake looks delicious.
Thank you for getting in touch, M, it was so lovely to hear from you.
So pleased to receive this super fact sheet from L, yesterday, as it features a fascinating subject for those of us lucky to live in this part of the world, in other words, near the sea. Spend a little time reading it and it'll make your beach trips a lot more interesting, you might like to do some research of your own and add to it.
I remember learning the Latin names of some of these seashore creatures and plants when I was at school (all those long years ago!!) and it's funny but I can still remember them eg common limpet is patella vulgata...
Maybe I can brush up my knowledge and learn a few more? How about you?
This must have taken a great deal of research, thank you, L!
I was so pleased to receive a super email from a certain young lady in Constantine class, telling me just how busy she's been. This has included celebrating the VE Day 75th Anniversary, den building and a spot of yoga with her sister.
Thank you, A, it was lovely to hear from you!
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