Hi Year 4!
We hope you all enjoyed your Easter break and you feel refreshed and ready to learn for the start of the Summer term. We miss you a lot, so it would be lovely to receive emails from you letting us know how you are and what you have been up to (we would love to see some photos, or videos too).
You will find your weekly timetable and all of the resources you will need in the Home Learning Section. This will be updated every Friday for the following week. We will also be doing a weekly challenge, so have a look at that too!
If you have any questions please email us on firstname.lastname@example.org
Mrs Wood and Miss Sawyer
Monday 30th March
Name one thing you are proud of. Well I’m proud of being a teacher at Monkston. I love how we all work as a team and try our best. I’m particularly proud when members of my class work to their full potential. When they achieve something through hard work and determination and never, never, never give up! This makes me smile inside.
On a personal front, I’m proud that I have jumped out of a plane! This was many years ago now. It was something that at the time really scared me, but I somehow summoned the courage to do it. I was only able to push myself because I had encouragement from a couple of my friends who also did it. It’s one of the best things I’ve ever done ….although I’m not sure I could repeat now! I remember how it made me feel – with the right mind set and people by your side that anything is possible! Miss Sawyer 😀
Sunday 29th March
We hope you had an early night so you’re all set to go for this week’s challenges. It is recommended that children your age get 10-11 hours a night. Sleep is so good to stay healthy because it helps your body and your mind. It gives our brains a chance to process what has happened during the day and allows us to restore our energy for the next day. I’m really enjoying a cup of warm milk and reading each night before I drift off to sleep. Perhaps you like to do the same? Miss Sawyer 😀
Friday 27th March
Today’s challenge is to learn something new. Here are some interesting (and slightly strange) facts for you to learn.