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Friday 5th February 2021


 Friday 5th February 2021

Miss Heys

9:00 am

Join in with super mood movers dance below.


Year 3 and 4 Statutory Words


Copy the Statutory words into your work book.  Please ensure that you are using the cursive handwriting that we practice at school.  Try and find somewhere quiet and relaxing to do your handwriting. You could even use this link to take you to the classical music we play in class while we are usually doing our handwriting.


LO: To plan a monster for a non-chronological report.

Watch the video below 5.2.21 English

Open the attachment Friday 5th February English.

Create your own monster and label it to help you create your own chronological report ready for next week.


Introduction of new rule




Words ending in -ture

These words sound like they end in ‘chuh’ but it is actually spelt ‘ture’.

Click on the link below to complete this week’s spelling test – do not forget to send your score on Class Dojo.


 LO: To use my multiplication knowledge to reason and problem solve

Starter: Complete the questions in your workbook.

1. Add 18 to 482.

2. 10 more than 567.

3. Subtract 132 from 987.

4. 10 less than 765.

5. One square has 4 sides. How many sides do six squares have?


Open the attachment Maths 5.2.21

Complete the questions on the worksheet.

Remember to read the question properly and think about the answers.


L.O: To use pointillism to create a painting

Today we are going to use everything we know about pointillism to create our own pointillism portrait.

Below is a blank copy of Georges Seurat’s famous painting ‘Bathers at Asnieres’, I would like you to print this and then use the pointillism technique to put some colours onto it.

If you cannot print it out then you can copy the picture on to some paper.

Do not forget to send us pictures of your finished paintings on Class Dojo.


Purple Mash

Have some fun by logging onto Purple Mash and choose an activity to support your learning

Life Skill


Can you do something nice for somebody in your house?

Book Time

Read one of your own books.



Children's Mental Health Week

Regular exercise can have a positive impact on negative feelings. It also relieves stress, improves memory, helps you sleep better, and boosts your overall mood. Even going out for a 10 minute walk or a jump around your room dancing to your favourite song..


Today's challenge is to participate in the video below.

Super Mood Movers for BBC Teach - Coping with feelings

5.2.21 English.mp4

Still image for this video
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