Please see the daily set work for Year 4 in the attachments below. If you encounter any technical issues with the work set, such as links that do not work, or content that does not match the planning, please do let us know so that we can resolve it.
Please share your child's work with their class teacher during their absence. You can do this by adding a photo of the work to their "activities" in Class Dojo. This video shows you how to do that
More plans will be added over the course of the year. It is expected that your child will complete 1 day of work for each day of absence. If your child has repeated coronavirus related absences, please start the work on the first numbered day that your child has not previously completed.
Keep practising your times tables with Times Tables Rock Stars, and keep practising your spelling with Spelling Shed. Contact your class teacher on Class Dojo messages if you do not know your login details
If you have been directed to this section of the website it is because your child cannot attend school for reasons relating to coronavirus. This might be because you need to quarantine after returning to the UK from certain countries. It might be because your child has developed symptoms of coronavirus and is awaiting a test or a test result. It may be because another member of the household has coronavirus symptoms or a positive test result.
Please click the tabs for your child's year group. Within the year group tabs you will find daily plans of work to be completed on each day of absence (the child with symptoms is not expected to work if they are too sick to do so).
These pages will be updated throughout the year and a full range of subjects will be covered over the course of the year
This work is only for authorised coronavirus-related absence
If you have any queries regarding this work please contact the school and ask for Kristabel Beeley (Abbey Campus) or Steve Parry (Highfields Campus). Unfortunately we will not be able to provide detailed support or feedback to your child about this work.
Please follow this link below to find out how to access homework activities.