Year 3/4 Remote Learning

Expectations from Home

  • Parents will connect to their child’s class teacher through Class Dojo where possible.
  • Parents will communicate with the child’s class teacher any issues or successes with the remote learning.
  • Parents will encourage children to complete their work as if it were a normal school day.
  • Parents will communicate with the school if they are struggling to access the remote learning or have no access to the internet.
  • Children can share their work with their class teacher using Class Dojo. A guide of how to do this can be found here https://classdojo.zendesk.com/hc/en-us/articles/360022857031-How-to-Post-to-a-Student-Portfolio#web

Daily Expectations

Below is a list of work that you should complete every day on top of your day-to-day work set by the class teacher.

Practise any timestables you are unsure of. This could be through listing them on paper as quick as you can or playing games online.

Read your accelerated reader book for 20 minutes every day. Then complete the quiz. You can also read on MyOn.

Practise your handwriting using the booklet below to help you with the letter formation, size and join.

Practise spellings. Make sure you know what the words mean and that you can use them correctly in a sentence.

Go on My Maths and play maths games or revise what you have just been learning about.

You can also access books through the ‘Virtual Library’

Day to Day Work

Below is where you will find your work if your bubble has been told to self isolate, or schools have gone in to lockdown. Work can also be accessed on Class Dojo. The work provided will fit with what your child should have been learning about if they were in school and is in line with expectations from the government. More information can be found here. https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/actions-for-schools-during-the-coronavirus-outbreak/guidance-for-full-opening-schools#res

Aspiring Acers and Excellent Elms remote learning

Marvellous Maples and Jolly Junipers Remote Learning

 

Daily Expectations

Below is a list of work that you should complete every day on top of your day-to-day work set by the class teacher.

 

  • Practise any timestables you are unsure of. This could be through listing them on paper as quick as you can or playing games online.
  • Read your accelerated reader book for 20 minutes every day. Then complete the quiz. You can also read on MyOn.
  • Practise your handwriting using the booklet below to help you with the letter formation, size and join.
  • Practise spellings. Make sure you know what the words mean and that you can use them correctly in a sentence.

Hello everyone,

 

For the rest of this week we are asking you to complete some of the activities out of the booklets below. As of next week we will then provide you all with videos to watch and the same work that you would have been doing in school.

 

If you would like to refresh your memory from last term, have a go at the worksheets below!

 

Thank you

 

Miss Hodges and Miss Steven

Monday 11th January

The Straight Line Family

Room on the Broom

Tuesday 12th January

The Coathanger Family 1

The Snail and the Whale

Wednesday 13th January

Thursday 14th January

For today’s English, read through the extracts and then use the extract to answer the questions asked.

The Bridge Family

For topic today you are going to read about Pandora’s box – an old Greek myth. To find out what a myth is, click the top button and then you are then going to answer some questions about the myth.

The Enormous Turnip

Friday 15th January

Read through the newspaper report and see what features are missing from the report. The features are listed at the top.

The Bridge Family 2

Giraffe’s Can’t Dance

Monday 20th January

Tuesday 19th January

Practice the text map and become familiar with the different sections of the story.

The Smile Family

For this lesson we are looking at collecting data. Have a look through the sheet and see if you can answer the questions, using the data provided.

The Smartest Giant in Town

Wednesday 20th January

Practice the text map and if you feel confident enough, video yourselves doing the text map and send it to us on ClassDojo.

The Misfits!

A Squash and a Squeeze

Thursday 21st January

Friday 22nd January

Monday 25th January

Tuesday 26th January

Wednesday 27th January

Thursday 28th January

Friday 29th January

James and the Giant Peach – Chapter 5

Monday 1st February

James and the Giant Peach – Chapter 6

Tuesday 2nd February

James and the Giant Peach – Chapter 7

Wednesday 3rd February

James and the Giant Peach – Chapters 8&9

Thursday 4th February

James and the Giant Peach – Chapters 10&11

Friday 5th February

James and the Giant Peach – Chapter 12&13

Monday 8th January

James and the Giant Peach – Chapters 14&15

Tuesday 9th February

Wednesday 10th February

Thursday 11th February

Friday 12th February

Additional Work Packs

Below are some additional work activities that you can complete as well as any day-to-day learning. They are designed to complete independently or revise what you already know.

Contact Us

Firs Primary School
Raven Street
Derby
DE22 3WA
Telephone: 01332 346230
Fax: 01332 200782
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