Our themed home learning menus will continue to be added weekly to the website. Each week will be a different theme, but if you would like to spend longer on a theme, that is absolutely fine. In addition to our theme, we have added some basic skills for that week (maths, reading, phonics etc) to the top of the menu. These are things that children should be practising regularly, so spending a little bit of time on these each day will really help. We hope you are enjoying the themes and please share any work with us by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or on Twiter @ChrissiesSpeke
We hope you are all keeping safe and managing to have fun completing some of the home learning challenges and activities. To help you with some maths work, why don't you check out the videos which shows the fun way Mrs Corstin and her daughter learn their times tables. Click on the link below to view them.
Welcome to 4B
Our class teachers are Miss Brett and Mrs Stanley
With many of our children at St Christopher's, as well as other schools around the country, having to self-isolate due to COVID-19 ( Coronavirus) we want to make sure that the children are still learning while at home. To help with this, we have created a sample timetable for learning at home, which you can find below.
We have created a home learning menu around a certain theme, with a selection of activities that you may want to do at home. A new menu will be uploaded each week with a different theme. We hope you enjoy trying some of the activities.
Spelling and Maths Shed will also be updated weekly with different tasks.
Below are English and maths activities that are easy to follow from Hamilton Trust. They will be added each week so that they are there for you if you need them.
In addition, there is also a link to the White Rose website. This is the scheme we use to support our maths planning in school. The link takes you to their home learning page, which has a series of lesson ideas to follow.
Finally, Twinkl.co.uk have a fantastic website that offers lots of wonderful resources and ideas. We have downloaded some of the activities to keep your child(ren) busy and learning while they cannot attend school. You can also find them below.
Natwest money lessons
Natwest bank are providing live maths/money lessons every Monday. They also have lots of free, fun and interactive learning activities and games, which are a great way of way of introducing money topics at home. CLICK HERE to find out more.
Our P.E day is Tuesday, please ensure children have their full kit in school.
Book bags should come to school every Monday. It is important that home readers are shared at home and returned to school.
Children are encouraged to bring a bottle of water to school every day.
Spellings will be given out every Friday. It is beneficial for the children to practise both at home and in school, in preparation for a weekly test every Friday.
English- Poetry Riddles
This half term we will be studying riddles. In English we follow Talk for Writing and are looking forward to exploring lots of riddles to later innovate and imitate.
We start the autumn term looking at place value. In the next few weeks we will be partitioning numbers and developing our number sense by consolidating our place value knowledge.
In Geography we look forward to comparing our home city of Liverpool to the big apple, New York city.
Our P.E this half term is athletics. We will be working on our sprinting, high and long jump. We will be recording our personal bests.
This term, we will be looking at riddles, dilemma stories and persuasive advertisements. Also, in the lead up to Christmas, we will be doing some exciting work based upon the Christmas adverts by Aldi, featuring Kevin the Carrot.
In addition to our English lessons, we will be doing lots of grammar, handwriting and spelling. Weekly spellings will be given out each Monday to be tested on Friday.
Here are some useful websites to practise your English skills at home:
This term, we will be learning to add, subtract, multiply and divide larger numbers using different written and mental methods. We will be learning to measure length, area and perimeter. We will also be looking at fractions.
Every morning, the children will do maths based wake up work so please be here on time! Calculating at nine will be continuing this year and children will be given times table homework every week.
Here are some useful websites to practise your maths skills at home: