Are you going to Ipsley CE RSA Academy in September? Click on the picture below to meet Miss Davies who will take you on a virtual tour of the school. There is lots of information for you to find out all about your new school and even a Question and Answer section for both parents and children if you have any questions. Remember there is no such thing as a silly question! We hope you find it useful!
IMPORTANT NOTICE - Ipsley's website has now been updated for transition activities for you to complete and send to Ipsley.
Welcome to the Year 4 learning pages.
All the staff in Year 4 hope you are safe and well. This page is for you to continue accessing Year 4 resources and activities to complete whilst you are at home. Some of the activities are online, some of them you can complete with paper and pens and others may need a few resources. Don't worry if you don't have everything - use what you have got or try a different activity.
Welcome back to Summer 2! Your last half term
at Matchborough First School Academy. It's not
quite as we expected is it? But let's make the
most of it. We can't wait to hear about what you
have been doing so get sending all those amazing
emails to firstname.lastname@example.org.
As well as the usual weekly reading, writing and maths activities, this the work that you can expect each week. Click on the links each week to get started!
Week 3 - Geography, Science & Computing
Week 4 - RE, History & DT/ART
Week 5 - Geography, Science & Computing
Week 6 - RE, History & DT/ART
Week 7 - Geography, Science & Computing
The Silly Squad Summer Reading Challenge 2020
The Summer Reading Challenge is an annual event delivered by public libraries across the UK. Produced by the Reading Agency, it is designed to encourage children aged 4-11 years continue their reading during the summer holiday break from school and discover the adventures that can be had with reading for pleasure.
This year, due to the impact of COVID-19, Silly Squad, Summer Reading Challenge 2020 will be delivered online from June to September and will celebrate funny books, happiness and laughter.
The Summer Reading Challenge encourages children aged 4-11 to read during the long summer holiday with research showing that children's reading can 'dip' severely during the summer if they do not have regular access to books. With school life disrupted during COVID-19 lockdown and many children missing the company of their friends, this year's Summer Reading Challenge will be all the more vital as a way of helping parents and carers find fun, family-friendly activities, maintain literacy levels and create a safe space for children to connect with their peers.
Take a look at the links below for more information and to register for the challenge. Happy Reading!
CHECK OUT THE DESIGN A BOOK TOKEN COMPETITION USING THE LINK BELOW FOR YOUR CHANCE TO WIN £10 BOOK VOUCHERS FOR YOUR CLASS:
ALSO... Check out the BE KIND! ideas below to keep everyone smiling. We would love to hear your ideas and see your Kindness Bingo Lock down cards so that maybe we could have a go too!
This is a phrase that I hear again and again and it is a phrase I have heard A LOT during lock down. It's easy when we are being told what we can and can't do and with life being a bit different to get grumpy and upset with others around us. But does that help?
This week I would really like you to think about what kindness is. You could be kind to your family but you could also be kind to a neighbour, your friends when you chat online, a family member elsewhere or even the people who meet (but socially distance from) when you go out.
Here is a bingo card for kindness acts at school.
How about making a Bingo kindness card for Lock Down.
You could make one for each member of your family and see who fills it in first.
If you find it too difficult to find 16 things, make a smaller card with less boxes. Have fun and be kind!
National KS2 Competition!
Design a ‘thank you’ to our inspirational NHS staff.
Now more than ever, this competition takes on a truly special meaning.
Deadline for entries: Friday 19 June 2020.
Lots of time to get creative and recognise the work of NHS staff across the country.
Enter via online-only submission.
Click on the link below to access all resources and information you will need:
My name is Luke Temple. As a children's author I am passionate about getting children engaged with reading and writing.
The book and activity pack can be downloaded from www.luketemple.co.uk/toolbox.
It is brilliant to hear and see what you've been doing. Let us know in your email if it's okay to share and we will put it in the gallery below.
BBC Bitesize Lessons
The BBC has put together a brilliant set of lessons for you to work through each day. Click on the link below and enter the Year 4 area of the website.
Then have a look at the wonderful ideas for all subjects.
Oak National Academy have launched a great online classroom that can provide up to 3 hours of lessons a day! You can dip in and out of it and
it features videos of teachers delivering the lessons and then printable
worksheets to accompany the lesson. Or you might just want to use a
pen and paper! You can have a Maths lesson, English lesson and a
foundation subject lesson each day if you wanted to!
Follow the link below:
Joe Wicks - The Body Coach
Joe Wicks is a fitness trainer on a mission to get as many people active as he can. From Monday 23rd March at 9am, he is completing live workouts especially for children off school. Have a look at his You Tube channel and take part. If you miss it, he has lots of 5 minute workouts to get your heart beating! Have a go and see how many of your family you can get involved!
Copy the link below or use the hyperlink: