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Home Learning Week 5



This week, we would like you to look at the picture from Pobble 365 and complete some of the tasks from the link below. 

Use your Learning Journal to record your work. You could take a photograph of your work and load it into your journal on Seesaw!

Watery World

Spelling Shed


We have set you some more spellings to complete on Spelling Shed. We have picked some year 3 and 4 key words as well as some common spelling patter errors from other year groups.



Listen to a story at 11 every day with David Walliams.


You could also listen to your class staff read on Seesaw. Look out for the videos!


We would love you to continue to use Mathletics but are not assigning any new tasks at the moment. You are now able to access any of the activities for the whole of year 4. In school, we would have begun looking at fractions so why not try one of these activities and see how you get on. The White Rose Maths Hub website has great learning videos with a teacher going over each part of the lesson. You can complete the learning in your home learning books.

Follow the link below for the lessons.

Anglo Saxons-

Creative Time


Here are some ideas for things to try at home.




There are lot of baking videos out there with lots of recipes to try. Watch Jamie Oliver's son make basic recipes with full instructions.- Don't forget to get some help from an adult though!


Harry Potter
For all you Harry Potter fans, JK Rowling has set up a home learning hub with activities for you to complete at home!

Active Time

Oti Mabuse form Strictly come dancing is streaming live dance lessons for children every week day from 11.30 on Youtube. Just type her name in to YouTube to access the lessons.



Myleene Klass has created a music lesson for children to follow at home.

There are lots of videos out there of musicians sharing their music.