Class Teacher: Miss B Bowen
Interventions: Miss K Stephens
PPA Cover & NQT Time: Mr D Smith and Mr Joy will cover
Health & Well-being lessons on Friday afternoons.
Mr Joy will also cover lessons on Wednesday afternoons.
If you have any queries or concerns, please let me know! You can contact me via email, telephone or at the beginning and end of the day when the children have been dismissed.
Oxford Owl Free E-Books
To access the free Oxford Owl e-books, please visit https://www.oxfordowl.co.uk/for-home and log in using the details below.
Joe Wicks- Daily P.E
Here is the link to a daily P.E session at 9:00am for all children across the UK. Join in and start your day in a fun way!
The Maths Factor - Activities and Games (created by Carol Vorderman)
Unlock your maths confidence with Carol Vorderman's maths site for 4-11 year olds.
"We will be making The Maths Factor FREE for everyone (usually about £2 per week) to support childrens’ continued learning at home for the duration of the UK Schools closure period. We want to help you and your child as much as we can."
You will need to create an account but you can get free access during the school closure time.
Language Nut - Activities and Games to learn languages
Language Nut is a great learning resource for practising Welsh, German and lots of other modern foreign languages!
All children should have brought home their login details, however if you need a reminder please contact email@example.com.
For information about supporting your child with using the internet safely, please click on the following link:
Please see the webinar below which might answer a few questions you may have about our return to school.
Year 4's Home Learner of the Week is: Rylee Storer
On Monday 13th July we will be having a virtual horticultural show. All entries will need to be sent to me by Friday 10th July (ready for judges).
Real PE is a unique, child centred approach that transforms how we teach PE to include, challenge and support EVERY child.
Jasmine - your real learning platform, provides 1000s of hours of fun activities and challenges that will help you to keep your children and family fit and healthy in the coming months.
The website address is: home.jasmineactive.com
Parent email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Share Your Lockdown Story
The coronavirus has rapidly changed life as we know it in Cardiff and The ‘Diff Diaries will bring children and young people together for voices to be heard, stories to be told and experiences to be understood for generations to come. The ‘Diff Diaries will provide lots of opportunities to develop creative skills!
How to get involved:
· Written Diaries
How to Enter
The project is open to children and young people aged 7-16 years old and parental consent will be required for all entries. Entries can be submitted weekly via Hwb, and children and young people will need a Hwb email in order to enter ‘Diff Diaries. If you have forgotten your Hwb email please contact your school and if you need help with this please contact: email@example.com
To find out more information and how to submit an entry please visit:
The project will come to an end one month after all schools re-open for statutory education.
Highlights of the entries will be shared weekly via the Cardiff Council and Cardiff Commitment social media channels using the hashtag:
Please see the document below for the dates for this school year. I have highlighted the important dates specific for Year 4.
Please see below for this terms homework. Weekly homework will be sent out each Friday in your child's Homework Book and will be due in the following Thursday. Each week, they will be asked to complete either a piece of Maths or Literacy based homework which will alternate from week to week. There will also be a termly homework grid sent out based on our topic. Children may do as many homework tasks as they like over the course of the term. Children are also allowed to complete their homework in whichever format they wish to choose. E.g hwb, PowerPoint, homework book, posters, etc.
Weekly spellings will also be taught in class and given to the children to practise at home. The children will no longer be having a weekly spelling test, but we will be looking for pupils using these spelling patterns in their daily work across the curriculum.
The children will be rewarded for completing their homework by receiving dojos, which then contribute to house points and their chance to become VIP!
Reading is an extremely important part of your child's learning. We will take every opportunity to try and listen to your child read throughout the week, therefore, we would kindly ask that you ensure your child's reading book and diary are returned to school and are available on a daily basis. Pupils will also take part in group guided reading sessions everyday, where we will look at specific reading skills. Please try and support your child in reading every evening, encouraging them to read aloud and to complete their reading record each time they read. Diolch yn fawr!
Our school Christian Value this term is Respect
This term in school we will be focussing on the value Respect. We will be hearing stories about courage from the Bible and examples from our daily lives. We hope that you will explore this value together at home too.
It is important that we treat others with respect even if we sometimes do not agree with the way they behave or the things they say. We should also treat the things that belong to us and to other people respectfully.
Think and talk about:
practical ways that you show respect to each other in your family.
do we show respect to someone by the way we speak to them? What does this mean in practice?
do you treat one another’s possessions with respect? What does this mean in practice?
P.E is on a Friday afternoon. Your child needs black shorts, house colour or white t-shirt and trainers, labelled clearly with their name. They may also wear black jogging bottoms and a school hoodie for outdoor activities.
A healthy fruit snack is available for each child for £1.50 per week or £10.50 per term. Please pay via ParentPay before 8am on Monday mornings. All snacks must be paid for in advance. Alternatively your child is very welcome to bring their own snack providing it is either fresh fruit or vegetables as we are a healthy eating school!
Children can bring in a water bottle to keep in class and drink throughout the day. We are more than happy to refill their bottles. Please ensure only plain water is in the bottle and they are labelled with your child's name.
As a cashless school, dinner money is to be paid in advance via ParentPay.