Homework: 14th June
The homework for this weekend is to revise what we have learnt so far in class.
For English make sure you practice using connectives, adverbs and adjectives to make your sentences more interesting.
For Maths make sure you practice using the four operations to solve different sums. Here is a website to help you revise:
Homework: 07th June
Homework: 24th May
Homework: 10th May
Maths sheets :completing_sequences_of_decimal_numbers
Wow, Year 4 – what an exciting afternoon as history hunters.
I have managed to get the links from our Roehampton helpers which should help you in solving this mystery. . . Using these blogs you can respond to the characters and see if you can find out any more information…
Remember though ESAFETY – first name only; don’t share personal information – be sensible in what you are asking or writing about!
If you are in 4B here is your link www.timedetective.wordpress.com
4DT here is your link www.historyhunters13.wordpress.com
3rd May – Homework year 4
Here is your spellings and your maths task- Please complete in your book. Apologies to those of you who are usually given a paper copy of the homework.
Have a great bank holiday- see you on Tuesday 7th May
26th April – Homework for Year 4
Here is you maths homework: please complete in your book
Here is your maths homework – please complete in your book.
The French homework can be found on the homepage of the blog.
28th March – Homework for Year 4
Your maths homework is the sheets you were sent home with. Remember try and play as many games as you can with brothers, sisters, mums, dads and whoever else is at home.
Have a lovely holiday – see you on Monday 15th April.
This week we have had lots of fun, some children have been away at PGL, while we have been carrying out lots of investigations in Maths and Science.
Have a look at some of the photos of us measuring. . .
9th March – Homework for Tuesday
Spellings:homework 8.3.13 – set a and homework 8.3.13 – set b
Use these links to help you with reading scales. . .
Also if you want to carry on researching some of the animal facts here is the link to the websites;
Homework is here . . .
Hello Year 4,
I hope you have all had a lovely half term and refreshed your brains and bodies ready for the next four and a half weeks of learning.
We have got SO much to do this half term; it is Science week and Book Character Day, as well as many more activities that we have to do.
The Science Fairy has asked, in preparation for Science week please can you bring in an empty, 2 litre plastic bottle. We are going to need some of these. . .
Our topic in Year 4 is going to be. . .
Big Tops & Big Dippers
We will learning about electricity, animals, information texts, insulators and conductors and much, much more!! I hope you are looking forward to it.
WOW Year 4 what a busy half term we have had, exciting too!
Today was wonderful seeing everyone attending the French cafe and using their french language skills.
Please enjoy your half term and be safe. . . .
8th Feb – Homework
French Homework is on the front page of the blog.
1st Feb – Homework
French homework is on the home page this week
Why not use this website to help with your spellings too! Spelling city
Also keep an eye out for some pictures of our displays. . . coming very soon
25th January 2013: Homework
French Homework -French vocabulary about the weather and
24/1/13 School Closure work:
Here is some other work for you to work through.
Now play these games to help your fractions understanding
English: Complete two acrostic poems in your book about school.
Here is an example;
School is the place to be,
Children, teachers everywhere.
Helping each other, day by day,
Over here, over there, that’s what they say.
Over and under the trim trail we go,
Let me hope for some more SNOW!
click here >>>>>>>>>>weather_acrostic_poems << click here
23/1/13 – School Closure Homework:
the_skeleton (please copy the skeleton into your homework book and then label all the bones)
fraction of a number (try as many of these as you can)
In your homework books, you all have the literacy sheets, that you must complete.
Hello Year 4 – apologies for the delay in getting the homework on here. But here it is;
Hello Year 4 – Happy New Year – you have had a great start back to school with you showing great learning behaviour!
Remember that on Monday swimming starts again and Thursdays you will need your PE kit.
Here is the homework for;
23rd November 2012
16th November 2012
Remember you can visit the French website from last week.
9th November 2012
French: Draw a body and label the body parts in French. Use this website to help you: www.lexiquefle.free.fr scroll down to le corps, click on Cours en ligne then click on vocabulaire under le corps.
Maths: to learn my 3, 4 & 11 times tables.
Hello Year 4,
Below is your homework for half term from, Miss Benharch, Mrs Thompson & Mr Duffy. Click on the group that you need to, and this will show you your maths, spellings and french.
4B Maths groups
Yellow & Purple – complete group 1 sheets
Green & Red – complete group 2 sheets
Blue – complete group 3 sheets
EVERYBODY, IN BOTH CLASSES, MUST COMPLETE THE FRENCH HOMEWORK!
Yellow, Purple & Red – complete group 1
Green – complete group 2
Blue – complete group 3
Have a lovely half term!
Hello Year 4,
In Maths this past week, and the coming one, we have and will be focusing on shapes.
Here are some websites which you can use to help you learn about shape.
Hello Year 4,
I hope you all enjoyed this afternoon! Our topic this term is explosions and potions and this afternoon we all went to the playground and saw an actual explosion!
Hello Year 4,
Mr Duffy here. This is our blog page where, Miss Benharch, Mrs Thompson and I will share your homework and information for you. Keep looking out for interesting facts and information related to Year 4.
During the London 2012 Olympics we are supporting Australia, we will be learning about the country, culture and some of their athletes.
Look at our pyramids! 4H made these for homework – they look fantastic! Some are even made out of sand! (Or sugar cubes…Liam!)
Hello year 4!
This week, 4H have been doing lots of storytelling. We had to do this without using any writing to help us. We have been learning how in some cultures, stories are told like this. We found it a real challenge- especially as we had to try and make our storytelling more engaging by using actions and expressions, as well as remembering to give our story a beginning, middle and end! Phew! We enjoyed listening to each others’ stories and we are going to keep practicing our storytelling skills.
Well done 4H!
Hello year 4!
I hope you have enjoyed our maths week! We have been doing so much problem solving that my brain hurts! Remember to try the card trick that we learnt from the maths magician at home. Try and trick your parents!
Just thought you might like to know year 4, that I passed my driving test today!!! Hooray! 5th time lucky! Just goes to show if you keep trying you’ll get there in the end! Hope you’re all having a lovely summer holiday.
Well 4F what an amazing year! Thank you all so much for all your hard work and for being such a lovely class to teach. I will really miss you all and wish you all the best in Year 5! Have a brilliant summer. Since I’m off to year 6 this will be my last post on this page – goodbye year 4!
This is the rehearsal video and a bit of the orchestra playing the Star Wars theme:
Here is the video of your performance at Westfield 4D – you were amazing!!!
Good morning 4D and 4F,
Here is you homework for this week You may do it on the blog or you can do it on paper and bring it in!
Please make up 12 balancing sums of your own… I would like you to challenge yourself by using all 4 calculation operations (division, subtraction, addition and multiplication) and you can use up to 4 digit numbers!
Here is an example of a simple balancing sum…
3 x 5 = 27 – 12 Remember that the = sign means ‘the same as’ ‘equal to’.
Round these numbers to the nearest ten (multiple of ten)…
If you are unsure and would like to have a go on paper, please do! We will look at your answers in class
Now round these numbers to the nearest hundred (multiple of 100)…
Remember to use websites such as Woodlands Junior to help you if you are stuck
Good luck and work hard Year 4.
Have a lovely weekend too and enjoy the sunshine.
Miss Davys and Miss Folkard
I, Miss Davys, would also like to say a huge congratulations to 4D. You were AMAZING when the BBC Proms team came to work with you yesterday and I was very proud of you
Have you seen the post on tfront page about your amazing work?
4D at London zoo:
Thought I’d share a few photos from our brilliant trip on Wednesday!
Well 4F what a brilliant day we have had! I think we all learnt loads about the Globe Theatre and Golden Hinde and I can’t wait to hear what you can remember tomorrow! I want to say a huge well done to all of you for your excellent behaviour, it was a pleasure to take you out and about. See you tomorrow, don’t forget to dress as your favourite book character and bring in your book and £1 for World Book Day!
Hi year 4,
I hope that you are all enjoying your half term. I have been keeping busy and getting ready for next half term, there are lots of exciting things planned! Don’t forget about our trip next week, make sure you remind your parents to sign your slips and ask very nicely for your money : )
I am just about to start putting a few new things on the MLE so check it out to see what I’ve added.
Enjoy the rest of your holiday and I’ll see you all on Monday morning!
Hi year 4,
I hope you have all had a great weekend. This week at SJL is safer internet week so we will be thinking about how to stay safe when using the internet. Check out this link to find out more:
Here is a link that may help you with your homework:
Hello Year 4!
As you know our topic this half term is ‘Tudors’. Your homework this week is to try and find the answer to the following questions:
1. How many wives did Henry Vlll have and what were their names?
2. How long was Henry Vlll King of England?
3. What were the names of Henry’s children?
4. What are Tudor houses made out of?
5. What sort of food did the Tudors eat?
6. What did they like to do for entertainment?
7. Find out something interesting about the Tudors on your own to share with the class next week.
8. Write down 3 questions you would like to find out about during our topic.
Spellings this week:
unbeatable, unhappy, unforgiveable, unacceptable, unable, unpack, discredit, disable, disband, disarm, disinterested, disconnect
Have a good weekend, see you on Monday!
Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to you all, I hope you are enjoying the holidays. I have been very busy and it has been so nice to see my family. I got lots of lovely things for Christmas including a new coat and tickets to see the Lion King at the theatre, I am very lucky! Unfortunately I failed my driving test and it was really annoying because I made a silly mistake at the last minute, the rest of the test went really well. Never mind, I will try again next time I’m home! Anyway, I hope you all enjoy the rest of the holidays and have done all your homework : ) See you on Wednesday!
Thought I’d pop these photos up of our santa trip, we had so much fun!
Hello Year 4!
Just a reminder that there is no homework this week but please keep practicing last weeks spellings as there will be a test on Monday! Enjoy the long weekend, see you on Monday!
Here is your homework for this week Year 4:
1. Find a newspaper article to cut out and stick into your book. Write out the 5 w’s (who? what? when? where? why?) for that article. Make sure you use full sentences and try to use connectives.
2. Then highlight the facts and opinions in the article in two different colours. Remember opinions can be tricky to spot so make sure you read the article carefully!
4F I will give you your spellings on Monday. I hope you all have a great weekend!
On Friday, 4D had a topic day where they created lots of exciting necklaces and pieces of art work related to their topic of Ancient Egypt! Why not have a look at this website which will help you learn more about Ancient Egypt. . . But for now have a look at our great photos!
Welcome to 4F!
You have all made an excellent start to the year. I hope you will check the blog regularly, I might occasionally post questions or little tasks for you to do at home. There may also be links to websites or games so keep an eye out! See you tomorrow, don’t forget your PE kits!
Well it’s the end of another year! I can’t believe it’s gone so quickly. Just want to say thanks for all your hard work, I hope you enjoy the holidays! Here are a few photos of our end of term picnic.
Miss F x
I would like to say a HUGE well done to all of 4F for their performance on Friday, you were all amazing! Thank you to all those who came and supported us. If you couldn’t make it here are some photos and video of the evening – enjoy
Hello 4F! I just want to say a HUGE well done to you all for last week, it was so fantastic to see you all perform. Please say thank you to all the parents who came to support us to
4B had a great day on our school trip to the Science museum yesterday. As part of creativity week we extended our learning outside the classroom by exploring the Medical History exhibition. It was fascinating to see medicine developing through the ages. We even saw a life size re-construction of open heart surgery in 1980! We then had a lovely picnic outside before taking part in a bones workshop with Dr Jones. Check out our pictures below…
Thank you so much for your excellent behaviour yesterday 4B, you continue to make me very proud to work at Sir John Lillie.
I hope you are all having a great half term and of course working very hard! I have been having a lovely time down in Cornwall but unfortunately it rained at the weekend. The sun is out now though so I’ll be out enjoying it later. Don’t forget to remind your parents about our school trip next week, I can’t wait! Also start thinking about any questions you have about Brazil, our next topic. I hope you enjoy the rest of the holidays, see you next week!
What a great class assembly we had today! For those who missed it, here we are in action singing our song, ‘Name Those Bones.’
We are still learning about moving and growing in year 4 and I thought i’d share with you some very important information that Nathan wanted to include in his non-fiction writing;
‘Unfortunately, you can’t do anything without your skeleton bones, so it wouldn’t be a good idea to lose them.’
Some cracking advice Nathan, thank you. I’m sure we will all be careful not to leave our skeleton bones lying around.
Your pictures look very interesting year 4, so to help you a little more, I have included a link to a website here, with a song and informative video. Click on the picture to take you there.
This week we were lucky to have a guest visitor. Dr Boot came and answered our questions about the human body and her job as an A and E doctor. Dr Boot also showed us how to check our eyes with a special torch and to listen to a heartbeat using a stethoscope We found out so much and it has really helped with our learning in our current topic of Moving and Growing.
It would be great if 4B can share what they learnt on the blog for everyone to read…
Friday 7th May
Here are our topic web for the next half term, which details what we will be learning.
We have been working hard in year 4 with our writing and we wanted to share some of this with everybody . . . Remember write in my book, my teacher will see it. Write on/for the blog the whole world can see it!
Have a read of these;
I hear you had a great first day back and have Mr M for a while, hope you are all making him smile! I am still in Germany and trying hard to get home so keep your fingers crossed for me and hopefully I’ll see you soon! Thankfully it very sunny here and you know how I like the sun, it is keeping me smiling!
Firstly welcome back after the holidays I hope you had a great time and I can’t wait to hear all about it. As you may notice I am not there! If you have watched the news you will have heard about the volcanic ash cloud that is stopping planes from flying, because of this I am stuck in Germany! I have been in Germany visiting other schools and it has been very interesting, I will tell you all about it when I get back. I don’t know when I’ll be home yet but hopefully very soon! I hope you will be fantastic for whoever is covering the class today, just like you were for Hina when I was away at PGL. Perhaps you could do a project about the volcano? I’d love to know more about it. Have a great start to the week, see you all soon!
Miss F x
Here are some of our pictures from the zoo. . . .
I was soooo pleased and proud to hear that you all had a brilliant week with Hina while I was away. I can’t wait to take a good look at your projects. Well done to all those of you who came to PGL, what an amazing time we had! You were all so brave; most of you got much further up the power fan than I did!
Don’t forget this week we are off on a trip so if you haven’t bought your slip and money in please do so as soon as possible.
I hope you are all having a lovely weekend in this gorgeous weather and I look forward to seeing you tomorrow.
What lovely weather we’re having 4B! Don’t you think London looks so pretty when the sun is shining!
I hope you are enjoying exploring about fair trade. How many fair trade products did you find in your house?
You are all doing really well with learning the French date. Check out this website to listen to some well known stories in french.
Wow Year 4, what a busy half term it was after Christmas! I LOVED the fashion show and I’m so pleased you all enjoyed it. Now we are already in our second week back! Please say thank you to all your parents who came to see me at parents evening, it was lovely to talk to them.
We are moving on to our new topic next week 4F which is ‘Under the Sea‘ in this topic we will be learning about habitats. The topic web will be posted here soon.
Keep an eye on the blog next week; as I’ll be checking up on whats been happening while I’m away at PGL!
A huge THANK YOU & WELL DONE Year 4!
I thoroughly enjoyed the Fashion show last night, it cheered me up lots.
What a busy week we’re having 4B!
Thank you so much for such a fun time swimming today. I had loads of fun with you all in the pool, and what a way to celebrate our last swimming lesson.
You are all doing so well with your fashion designs, i just hope we finish to show them off at the show on Thursday. I am really looking forward to it and hope you are too.
Please remember you all MUST get your reading records signed every time you read at home which should be everyday!
Please keep checking the blog for further updates.
Here is our topic webs for this half term.
Welcome back! What a great start to the term we have had. I am so pleased you are all excited and enthusiastic about our new topic ‘Fashion!’. Keep an eye on the blog, I will be posting our topic web and information about the fashion show on here soon!
Well done on such a good start to the year, 4B. I am impressed at your attitude to learn so far. Keep up the good work.
Tonight please use the BBC weather page to read the up to date weather reports…
See you all tomorrow, hopefully.
Happy New Year everyone!
Hope you all have fun celebrating, see you soon.
Miss F and Miss B
Hello and welcome to Year 4’s blog page.
Miss Folkard and Miss Bellwood are our teachers!
At the moment in Year 4 we are learning about the Tudors.