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smileyWelcome to our Year 4 Web Page. 

If you scroll down you will see some fantastic work done by children in our year group and below the work are the letters we have written to you during your time at home.

(Clicking on a image or icon will enlarge it ,so you can see it better, or open it)

However before you scroll, read this........

SUPERB Home Learning 6th July 2020

'The Mysterious Door' Christmas-themed narrative: Taya 4EH

REMARKABLE Home Learning 29th June 2020

GOLD AWARD - Superb Shipwreck Narrative by Jasmine 4B

BRILLIANT Home Learning 22nd June 2020

GOLD AWARD AUTHOR: Rose 4B

FABULOUS Home Learning 15th June 2020

AWESOME Home Learning 8th June 2020

Kaden's (4B) Number Presentation

AMAZING Home Learning 1st June 2020

An amazing recount of London's VE celebrations written by Daniel's Grandma in May 1945 (Click on each page to enlarge)

Fantastic work done at home

An Egyptian mask. How many different materials were used to make this mask?

What can you learn from this fabulous poster about the Ancient Egyptians? (Click on it to enlarge it)

Making a garden pond

Presentation about Anne Frank (Click on 'A young girl in hiding.pptx' to see the whole presentation)

The Egyptians Presentation (Click on 'The Egyptians.pptx' to see the whole presentation)

World War II news report (click on each report page to enlarge)

Egyptian Art Work

Letter to Pupils 25.06.2020

Letter to Pupils 11.06.2020

Letter to Pupils 21.05.2020

Letter to Pupils 07.05.2020

Letter to pupils 23.04.2020

Y4EH Letter to Pupils April 2020

 

To the amazing children of 4 Ennis-Hill,

We hope you are all keeping safe and well and finding interesting things to do and explore whilst you are at home. We can’t wait to hear all about what you’ve been up to when we see each other again! We wonder if any of you have continued writing the stories and comics you began with your friends in class, or whether you have created any beautiful works of art to decorate your homes with. Perhaps you have read a new book that you are really excited about, played or made up a new game, been helpful around your home or learned to bake something delicious with your adults.

It is really important that you are all keeping active and exercising at home. See if you can still remember all the words and dance moves, including the ones we made up/free-styled, to the BBC Supermovers Shapes song. Otherwise, you could have a go at some of the other dances, such as Division power, or even make up your own song and dance to help you to remember your times tables!

When we were learning together in Science, we found out about all the different groups (vertebrates and invertebrates) that animals were divided into. There are lots of activities you might like to do relating to some of your favourite animals; you could create a leaflet or poster about an animal/animal group, like we did in class, with some interesting facts and pictures. You could also design your own animal sanctuary, thinking about what you would need to take care of the animals you choose, or create models, paintings or drawings of them using materials/stationery you have at home. Alternatively, you could write animal stories, poems, comics or songs to share with your families. Choose the activities that interest and excite you most and give them a go!

We miss you all and hope to see you all again soon. In the meantime, look after yourselves and don’t forget to wash your hands thoroughly and regularly – it would be great to hear a chorus of Happy Birthdays across Chingford everyday!

Finally, remember what we always say in class: be kind, think kind and stay kind! The most important thing at the moment is that you feel happy, well and take care of yourselves and whoever is at home with you.

Thinking of you all and wishing you and your families a very Happy Easter!

From
Miss Nunn and Mrs Warwick

Year 4B Letter to Pupils April 2020

 

Dear Brunel,

 

We hope you are enjoying the start of the Easter holidays. The sun shining and seeing all the spring blossom on the trees has certainly put a smile on our faces. Hope you are adjusting to your new routine and staying safe? Don't forget every time you wash your hands, sing 'happy birthday' twice.  Can you think of or make up a different song or rhyme that is twenty seconds long? 

 

After Easter we would have been learning about the ancient Egyptians. Why don't you do a project? For example, draw or make a mask in the style of Pharaoh Tutankhamun. If you fancy using the computer you could create a PowerPoint about Tutankhamun's tomb discovery or learn how to use the 2Animate app in Purple Mash to create an animation which shows a pyramid being built. Alternatively, you could write up a fact file of interesting facts that you discover about the Ancient Egyptians and their way of life. 

 

In science we were learning about animal classification. You could make posters of the main classification groups, mammals, fish, birds, reptiles and amphibians. Additionally, you could create a poster to explain the differences between vertebrates and invertebrates. 

 

We have been pleased to see many of you have been working hard at your Mathletics. Keep up the good work and maybe we can be the class with the most points one week! You can also play some simple games at home with your family. Try some of the 'Stay and Play' games that you were taught, such as, Naughty or Nice, Never Roll a Six, Boxes or Four or Eight Rolls to 100. 

 

Keeping a diary of what you are doing is a good idea as we are sure that this will be marked down as a period of history in the future. You could even make a time capsule of news headlines, pictures and activities that you did during this unusual time. 

 

Please keep up with daily reading, it is really important! Also, choose a favourite book for your adult or elder sibling to read to you. Continue to learn your spellings and your times tables as they are both extremely important for your continuing progress. 

 

We are both thinking of you and really hope we get to see you soon,

 

Best wishes,

 

Take care,

 

Mrs Brand, Mrs Adams and Mrs Warwick

 

Chingford CofE Primary School

Kings Road

London, E4 7EY

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