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Garden Suburb Junior School

Year 4

Summer II term  Week 1   02.06 - 05.06

Downloadable timetable for week 1
PE with Joe Wicks weblink

Recommended reads

 

 

Monday 2nd June

maths - lesson 1 - Add 2 or more fractions 

https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-4/ - video tutorial 

Mild: Please complete the first page of the sheet only

Spicy / Hot: Please complete both sides of the sheet

Main activity

Main activity answers

 

ENGLISH - comprehension 

history
 

SPANISH 

 

Tuesday 3rd June

maths - LESSON 2 - Subtract fractions​​​​​​​ 

https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-4/ - video tutorial 

Mild: Please complete the first page of the sheet only

Spicy / Hot: Please complete both sides of the sheet

Main activity

Main activity answers

 

ENGLISH - writing 

pshe 

MUSIC 

 

Thursday 4th June

MATHS - LESSON 3 - Fractions of quantities​​​​​​​​​​​​​​ 

https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-4/ - video tutorial 

Mild: Please complete the first page of the sheet only

Spicy / Hot: Please complete both sides of the sheet

Main activity

Main activity answers

 

ENGLISH - edit 

science
 

P.E 

 

 

Friday 5th June

MATHS - LESSON 4 - Calculate quantities​​​​​​​ 

https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-4/ - video tutorial 

Mild: Please complete the first page of the sheet only

Spicy / Hot: Please complete both sides of the sheet

Main activity

Main activity answers

 

ENGLISH - spelling 

art
 

 Main activity

 

 

 

 

Home Learning Reflection 

Please complete the home learning reflection task on your computer and email it as a word document to your teacher by the end of the day on Friday.  

Please note, you do not need to send any images of work you have completed during the week.

Your teacher will respond to your reflections in an email.

 

Tips for effective home learning

1) Wake up at an agreed time and get showered and dressed – it's hard to work in your pyjamas.

2) Follow, where possible, the structured timetable you class teacher has provided.

3) Tick off activities as you complete them to help you feel a sense of achievement.

4) Give yourself a mix of activities each day – an achievable mix of maths, English and other subjects is best.

5) Agree an area to work in so that it's not too tempting to mix play and home learning.

6) Build in regular breaks during your day.

7) Try to exercise in the garden or in a safe outdoor space if possible to get fresh air – otherwise exercise indoors.

8) Where possible, build in a social element to your learning by discussing what you have learnt with other family members or your peers.

9) Agree a regular appropriate bedtime.