Homework

Please find attached this weeks homework. Please hand this in on Tuesday 6th November 2018. Remember to complete all parts of the homework and hand in your reading record daily. If you have any questions about the homework, do not hesitate to ask!

RE

Answer the AT2 question ‘Christmas remembers the Mass of Christ. What is good about remembering Jesus at Christmas?’ on the RE Blog.

 

YEAR 4 HOMEWORK 6.11.18

 

Homework Guidelines

Year 4 Homework.

Each week the children will be given 4 homework tasks. These include:

Spellings:

The children must look, cover, write and check the list of ten words. These will be tested within the week. All of the words given, are from the National Curriculum’s Year 4 spelling list. The aim is that all of the pupils know how to spell all the words on the list by the end of Year 4.

Numeracy:

The children will be given three challenges to choose from. They will focus on an aspect of Numeracy the children have been focusing on.

Literacy:

The children will be given a writing piece. This will usually be linked to the topic we are studying in Literacy. This must be completed on the lined paper provided on the back of the Homework sheet.

Handwriting:

The children will be given examples of cursive handwriting letters or joins, which they should practice. In Year 4, all of the children should be using cursive handwriting and can work towards a pen license.

RE:

The children will also be given a separate RE piece of Homework. This must be completed in the RE books provided. Each piece of work must include the learning objective at the top of the work.

Please do not hesitate to ask any of the Year 4 teachers if you need support.

This Week’s Homework:

Due back: 2/10/18

Home work 26.9.18

Year 4 Homework WB 28.06.18

Remember to practise your spellings and multiplications and to read your reading book every night (30 minutes). Please remember to get your reading record signed also – indicate the name of the book and pages being read eg. Charlie and the Glass Elevator, Pages 1 – 32. Use the web links on the year 4 page for Numeracy and Literacy games to practise your skills. Homework is due in on Tuesday 3rd July.

Numeracy

Complete the word problems. Remember to use the strategies and methods that we have been learning in school.

Log on to TimesTablesRockstar (link on the blog) and contribute to the Jeremiah Vs Daniel timestable battle. You need to log in and try your best to beat the other class! Daniel class won last week AGAIN.

Literacy

Complete the reading comprehension. Remember, you need to use the text to answer the questions and find evidence, just like in our guided reading sessions.

RE

Read the Mark 2 : 13-17

Discuss this passage with your family. Who are the characters? Where is it set? What is happening?

Compare this story to the “Calling” story where Jesus calls the fishermen. Write down the similarities between these two stories. What do you think this story is teaching us?

Year 4 Homework 07/06/18

Remember to practise your spellings and multiplications and to read your reading book every night (30 minutes). Please remember to get your reading record signed also – indicate the name of the book and pages being read eg. Charlie and the Glass Elevator, Pages 1 – 32. Use the web links on the year 4 page for Numeracy and Literacy games to practise your skills. Homework is due in on Tuesday 12th June.

Numeracy
Complete the word problems in your homework book. Remember to use the RUCSAC method. Think about the words that are used in the problem – is it adding or taking away?

Log on to TimesTablesRockstar (link on the blog) and contribute to the Jeremiah Vs Daniel timestable battle. You need to log in and try your best to beat the other class!

https://ttrockstars.com/login

Literacy
Complete the ‘grammar hammer’ sheet that is glued into your homework book.

RE
Along with your family, answer this half-terms AT2 question that is on the OLSJ website.

AT2 – Year 4/5/6- Summer 2

 

Year 4 Tower of London School Trip

Year 4 went on a school trip to the Tower of London today. We attended a workshop with Master Thomas on the King beneath the armour to learn more about Henry VIII. It was really interesting. We also had a look round some of the towers where prisoners were kept, and saw some of the instruments that were used to torture prisoners. As we were walking around, we met a prisoner named John and even Anne Boleyn’s cousin who works for her in the court! She was telling us all about the tournament she had attended with Henry VIII and Anne and how her fiance had gone missing. It was very interesting and we had lots of fun! Here are some photos from our day.