Home Learning

UPDATE 24/03/20
As many of us attempted to juggle home-school and work yesterday, I would like to add this message. I understand that everyone is in a different circumstance with different time constraints and outside stresses and at this difficult time we do not want anyone to feel any extra pressure. Yours and your child's mental health is so important, and whilst we will continue to upload a daily maths and English activity, I want to stress that there is no expectation to complete all of these, every day. Whilst it is important to keep your child's brain ticking over, there are plenty of ways to do this without formal work. Think about cooking, gardening, washing the car, treasure hunts, board games, etc. Talk to your child, let them ask questions and give them problem solving activities. Let's make the best out of a bad situation. It's not often we are given such an opportunity to learn with our children. Treasure it!
We would like to take this opportunity to reassure parents of Year 3/4 children that we are here to support and help you over the next few weeks. As you are aware, this is unprecedented times and we do not have all the answers at this time. However, with this in mind, we will be updating this page regularly with activities and guidance for your children. In this first instance, we ask you to look under the Coronavirus tab and complete some of the home learning activities already set. More specific year group activities will follow. As always we thank you for your continued support. 

Please do not hesitate to contact us regarding any questions you may have. We are responsible for home learning and taking care of key workers' children, therefore, you may not have a response instantly. Please respect that we have families too and will only respond during the hours of 9-4. 
English and maths tasks will be added daily alongside another task linked to either Theme, R.E, Computing, P.S.C.E, Science or French. They will be linked below.
Please complete the tasks in your home work books and let me know if there are any questions or you need any help (alex.watson@ntlp.org.uk).
Any tasks from previous days can be found on the archived home learning page for our year group.
Keep working hard and being your normal wonderful selves.
Using the link below you will find daily art tutorials.
Using the links below you will find daily physical activity sessions.
Below you will find fun activities to do at home from NASA's website.
Using the link below you will find daily mindfullness activities.
Your child will have received a theme activity sheet from school. There are many activities on this sheet which will support our new theme of The United Kingdom. See attached document below.
R.E. Easter and Holi week
Have fun singing the days of the week in French and completing the wordsearch .
In class, we have been exploring financial well-being, where money comes from and different ways of spending it. Extend your child’s learning with this infographic to learn about what banks do with your money, why people take out loans, how to change money into foreign currencies, and more.

You can access a free e-book library on Oxford Owl by visiting their webpage www.oxfordowl.co.uk and clicking on the ‘Oxford Owl e-book library’ link.  This is a fantastic reading resource for children and books can be matched to your children’s reading interests.

In addition, every day At 11am, you can listen for free to one of David Walliams’   ‘World’s Worst Children’ stories, so sit down, take a break, and enjoy 20 minutes of pure fun and mischief!  

To listen to the stories, go to the main website:  https://www.worldofdavidwalliams.com/    and click on the ‘Elevenses with the World of David Walliams’ link. 

Times Tables
Year 3 should be working on 3, 4 and 8 times tables. 
Year 4 should know all times tables up to 12.
Please visit Top Marks for fun times table games - www.topmarks.co.uk
Create your own algorithms (set of precise instructions) to control the sprite (character) in scratch. It’s easy to start, just follow the instructions. Then when you feel confident, you can create pretty much anything. Year 4s and 3/4 AW you have already had a try at school, everyone else just have a go and follow the tutorial!