This afternoon, Father Keith came to our classroom and held a mass for Jeremiah class. It was a wonderful service and some of our parents were able to attend and join in the celebrations with us. We even had Mr Scott play the guitar while we sang our favourite hymns. Here are some pictures of us during our mass and a short video clip of us singing our recessional hymn, ‘One More Step’. Thank you Father Keith for holding this special mass for us.
Remember to practise your spellings and multiplications and to read your reading record 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 – 52. Use the web links on the year 4 page for Numeracy and Literacy games to practise your skills. Homework is due in on Tuesday 26th September.
Complete the ‘Challenge 160’ timetables grid in your book. How long does it take you to complete?
Complete the reading comprehension sheet, which is stuck into your homework book. Make sure you are using the text to get your answers.
Research the mystery of Sutton Hoo. Write down five of the most interesting facts that you found out. We will be discussing this in class next week.
Today Sister Christine came to visit Jeremiah class and we had some great conversations. Sister Christine told us about some of the amazing work she does with our community which was really inspiring! She even recognised some of us from helping out in our local community. We talked about what we wanted to be when we grow up and how important it is to reach for the stars and follow our dreams. Sister Christine reminded us that God made us all in his image and will always love us, so we have to be sure to love ourselves too. It’s what we do that makes us good people, kind acts and kind words, so only by loving ourselves can we love others and follow in God’s image by spreading that love and kindness in the world. We also talked about Nelson Mandela and his inspiring acts. Even though he had some tough times, God’s love helped him through it. We really learned a lot from Sister Christine’s visit and we hope she comes back again soon.
Remember to practise your spellings and multiplications and to read your reading record 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 – 52. Use the web links on the year 4 page for Numeracy and Literacy games to practise your skills. Homework is due in on Tuesday 19th September.
Write 3 double-ly (adverb) sentences for the picture of Cinderella in your book.
Have a go at completing the Maths sheet stuck in your book, which looks at rounding numbers like we have been doing in our Maths lessons.
Discuss and answer the AT2 RE question on the RE blog alongside your parents.
Click on the link below to answer.