Hello Year 4 - hope you're all ok. We are just waiting for everything on this page from the last lock down, to be removed.
To find all the information that goes with this week - head over to our class page and you will find all the instructions and resources that you will need. See you there!
Due to the unforseen circumstances Year 4 have made a home learning pack. In this home learning pack you will find:
Children will be bringing home scripts and song sheets to continue their practice of the Year 3/4 Production.
Please feel free to contact the Year 4 if you need any support or advice.
As I'm sure during this period your child will have been online more whether through a tablet, laptop or game console. It is more important than ever that we keep our children safe and give them the skills to access all these amazing resources during this unknown period with the knowledge of what to look for and to look out for. These documents cover safety on popular search engines such as You Tube, a power point for parents to look over and a PDF of questions and activities you could do together. I would also recommend your child accessing the internet through the search engine kiddle. To find this use your normal search engine of Google, then type in Kiddle.
Kiddle is a child friendly search engine with child orientated results meaning the opportunity for inappropriate information to arise is slim to non. Mrs Cooper uses this search engine in school and all the children will be familiar with this search engine.
Happy online safety searches everyone!
List of Recommended Apps (All apps are free to download)
When using a search engine Kiddle is a safe and child friendly search engine meaning all searches would be appropriate for your child without the worry of inappropriate information.
Harold – our happy, healthy giraffe mascot and a favourite with children – will be posting a daily blog: Harold’s Daily Diary! Here’s the link to it: https://www.coramlifeeducation.org.uk/harolds-daily-diary
Each day he’ll be giving children positive, fun messages about what he’s doing to stay happy and healthy while he’s off school, separated from his friends. He’ll invite the children to join in with activities he’s doing.
He’ll be giving children ideas for how he – and they – can get a routine going for their day, including the things we all need to do to live a balanced, healthy life. These include:
·Taking regular exercise
·Connecting with others – in ways that are safe
·Mindfulness – learning to enjoy the moment, here and now.