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Wednesday 17th June 2020

Hello Cedar class!


Thank you all for your hard work yesterday.  Your maths work has been excellent this week and I am happy to hear that so many of you are enjoying the way the lessons are presented. 


It has come to my attention that the links on the timetable are not always working - you may be sent to a link that says page not found.  Use the links in this letter - they will connect you to the correct page.  I will try to figure out what went wrong and correct it for next week.  Alternatively, you can use the Hazel class timetable (identical) where the links seem to be working. 


Here are the tasks I would like you to have a go at today please.


Reading: Purple Mash reading task. Information in the document found under 'English':

wc 15.06.20 Reading Task


Handwriting: Write out your pangram 3 times. Document found under 'English':

wc 15.06.20 Handwriting Practice.


Spelling: Complete the year 3/4 spelling test



English: BBC Bitesize: Using modal verbs





As well as completing the BBC Bitesize lesson, start to think about what you are going to say in your thank you letter, which you will write on Friday. You are gong to write a letter to NHS frontline staff, (or another group of key workers) who deserve our thanks during this time. Use the thought cloud to get down all your ideas about why they deserve our thanks. It will help you with your planning on Thursday.

17.06.20 English Task Thought Cloud


Maths: Continue with the Oak Academy Translation work:  Describing positions and co-ordinates



Maths Meeting: We are re-visiting the skills you practised at the start of Lockdown, with the very first week of maths meetings, waaaaay back in March!  Have another go at this maths meeting from 25th March.


Wider Curriculum: Art: We will be carrying on with the art task that we began to explore before lockdown.  Please, please, please remember that good art is not about natural talent and ability; it is about practice and patience.  With that in mind, I do not expect to see finished pieces of art today.  Take the time you need to do it well and remember to take a break from it if you are tired - rushed art does not turn out well.  See instructions on attachment in wider curriculum 17.06.20 Art task week 1.


Spend some time on Times Table Rockstars - trying meeting up with a friend and playing a competition online. 


As always, I am just an email away if you have any questions or need any help with anything. 


Stay safe, 

Mrs Joseph