The children have been researching about the art work that was left behind by the Romans. They have found out that archaeologists have discovered mosaics during archaeological digs. They have designed their own mosaic, inspired by the Roman mosaics they have looked at, then used wooden square dowels to ‘print’ their mosaics. This process required a lot of concentration!
Summer Reading Challenge
This year’s Summer Reading Challenge is being launched on 5th June and will end in September.
Sign up and join the Silly Squad, a bunch of animals who love to have a laugh and read lots of funny books.
Once you have you have signed up you can read books, earn badges, get rewards and play games to earn more points.
You can read books from home or if you are a member of a public library you can borrow e-books/audio books through Leeds Libraries ( https://www.leeds.gov.uk/leisure/libraries) or download the borrowbox app (https://www.borrowbox.com/) or even use our class Get Epic login https://www.getepic.com/students (see our Google Classroom for our login details)
What are you waiting for?!
Click on the link and join now! https://summerreadingchallenge.org.uk/
Dual language books
Free dual language books are available online until 31st August. Books are read aloud in English and another Language. Parents need to scroll down and send your name and school and you will get an access code emailed to you. This in celebration of the Leeds Year of Reading :https://uk.mantralingua.com/homereading
Dr Radha shares her top tips on looking after your wellbeing during the current challenging times:
This link provides lots of useful suggestions for looking after your wellbeing during this time. https://www.bbcchildreninneed.co.uk/changing-lives/dr-radhas-wellbeing-tips/?f24_pid=948e813a-7fd6-41b6-aadd-b38dfbaeab54
Try the boots 14 day well-being challenge:https://www.bbcchildreninneed.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2020/05/14-Day-Planner-AMM.pdf?utm_campaign=EY-MAY-20-1&utm_source=force24&utm_medium=email&utm_content=textlink&f24_pid=948e813a-7fd6-41b6-aadd-b38dfbaeab54
Channel 4 “The Steph Show” have been in touch over the Easter holidays.
They are looking for families or heart warming stories of how families, streets, communities are helping or supporting each other during lock down/ Covid19.
They are also looking to speak to families who may like to join in their games weeks as part of The Steph Show for Channel 4.
Channel 4 would love to see what fun, entertaining or amazing things families have been doing at home.
If parents and children are interested please see the email details below:
Football isn’t on at the moment but no need to worry… Premier League Stars has your back! This is an online game that allows you to do Maths whilst playing football games – the perfect combination!
To play these games and improve your Maths, head over to:
Comment below if you have played!
P.S. Y6 are also playing, check out their blog too to keep in touch!
Mr Kay and Miss Mason
Don’t forget to find out all the latest information on 4SM you need to head over to our secure 4SM Google Classroom page where we can interact on a day to day basis. All our learning and links etc will be posted to that page.
If you’re not sure how to access it from home, please check your parent mail this week as it has step by step instructions in how to do this.
Not receiving parent mail? Please make sure that the school office has your correct email address saved on file.
Top tip to keep fit and healthy:
I have started to do this too, it definitely got my heart racing!
It is now the Easter holidays for 2 weeks, so enjoy spending time with your family and find lots of fun things to do in your house/ garden.
P.S. If you’re a Harry Potter fan you may like this website that J.K.Rowling has released to help us all out whilst being housebound:
In Y4 we have been looking at using dialogue in poetry. To help us with this, we looked at a poem based on mythical creatures ‘Overheard on a Saltmarsh’. The children used this poem to inspire their own. They looked at the features of the poem: the rhythm, the repeating phrases, and ensured that their poem included these features too!
The children have enjoyed performing their poems in front of the class and have also used peer feedback in the editing process to improve their poems.
Wow! What an amazing Battle we had! The Romans and Celts took to the battlefield. The children thoroughly enjoyed all the drama learning around this and were so passionate in their Battle. If you were unable to join us, here are some fantastic photos taken by John (one of our Governors).