Archived Y4 Updates

Here are all my updates from previous days…!

Tuesday, 31st March: 9.00am

It’s French learning day today! You should be receiving a username and password to log-in to Linguascope. For instructions on what I would like you to learn, scroll down this page and look for the French flag. There is also a new maths lesson today (see below), PE with Joe and some time to complete the King Miraz writing activity. Along with your reading and times tables practise – there is plenty to do!

It’s also important to chill out and relax. What have you been doing to relax? I have been chatting online to my friends and my parents. I have also been reading some great books and finding time to watch a few movies! I have been missing the football, though – and I am sad that all of the theme parks are closed.

It was fantastic to hear from Thomas yesterday, who showed me some writing he has been doing along with loads of other things. Well done! I also heard from Toby H-C again who has been so busy! I am great to hear that you are working hard and trying your best at home.

Have a great day everyone, and I will be back in touch tomorrow.

Mr H 🙂

Monday 30th March: 2.00pm

Click below to see our new fence which has been installed outside the classroom on our new ramp!


French learning added – scroll down this page to find out more!

I hope everyone had a nice weekend! I am going to be passing through the village on Monday and Tuesday as I will be at school to check everything is OK. So if you see my banana mobile, you know it’s me!

If you have already completed the week one lessons on tenths and hundredths, then you can move onto the week two lessons which are here. Try to do one or two of the lessons per day – you don’t have to do one every day, but five over the week is a good idea (each lesson should take around 30 minutes) – along with regular Times Tables practise on TTRS.

Shout Outs:

Jess – you have beeen so busy! I loved your fractions photo! Keep it up!

Toby H-C for some amazing maths – you are brilliant. I have been so impressed with you so far!

Noah E – lots of maths too! You keep impressing me day after day with all your updates!

Mia – great to see you enjoying maths and it was great to hear that you are keeping a diary.

Imogen – you are so busy! Not only doing some great learning, but also looking after the lambs. I am impressed!

Jas – some fantastic Julian Opie inspired artwork plus I was really interested to find out about those witches. Scary!

WELL DONE EVERYONE – remember. If you would like a mention on here then drop me an email and give me an update!

Mr H 🙂

27th March: 11.00am

Good Morning everyone! I hope everyone is OK today. It has been a strange week having to stay in our home and gardens without really going anywhere else. Hopefully you have managed to do lots of fun activities such as drawing, colouring, being creative, playing some games… Of course, it would be great to do some learning aswell but remember: you don’t need to work all day like we would at school. The main thing is everyone is as happy as can be!

I have heard from loads of children over the past day including… TOBY H-C who has been doing some writing. Well done, you! MILLIE has been doing all sorts – you are such a busy girl! WILLIAM – your bug hotel was amazing and it was great to hear from you. JASMINE – like Millie, you have been doing all sorts! Keep it up! NOAH E has also been up to all sorts – I was impressed with your spelling! And NICOLE – it was great to see you learning and keeping in touch with others in your family. Well done.

Remember – there’s a new maths lesson that you can do today here. 

I have also changed some of the English learning – all to do with the evil King Miraz this week! Have a scroll down the page and you will be able to see.

I will not be updating the learning pages over the weekend, but I might do a little update on here – so keep checking it.

I am missing you all – can’t believe we have been off for a week already.

Bye for now everyone,

Mr H 🙂 xx

26th March: 10.30am

Good Morning everyone! Check out my video (below) and then have a look at some new maths learning which has been added! There are 5 lessons each with some activities to do. The learning is just like the kinds of things we do in class.  1- Watch the Video.. 2- Do the Activitiy.. 3 – Check your answers

It is helpful if you have a printer at home, but if not, you will still be able to do the videos and have a go at answering some questions yourself in your Extended Holiday Book!

25th March: 8.00pm – T T R S results!

Well done to the GIRLS! You won today’s T T R S tournament by a whopping 3,066 to 1,137! Big shout outs to Imogen, Keira, Mia, Isabelle and Eva G for the girls and Fin, Noah E, Will, Thomas and Joseph for the boys. Remember to log in to T T R S regularly and aim for that 6 second speed in the Shoutbox!

Goodnight, everyone!

Mr H 🙂

PS – some maths learning will be added to the Learning Zone on Thursday morning! Watch out!

25th March: 11.30am


 24th March 12.00noon

HELLO everyone! I have decided to put all the updates from the past few days in their own page, so click on the link above and you can read them all. I have added some exciting history learning ready on this page – so have a scroll down and you’ll see what it is! It was great to hear from Eva G last night who has been battling in Narnia, playing on TTRS *and* is starting to write a story! I also had a lovely message from Marianne – I love your routine! And thanks to Jasmine for your TTRS updates – your time is amazing. Jess – wow, that fraction work is awesome! And thanks mum for helping!! Keep the messages coming in, guys – and keep an eye out for learning updates. Here’s my school dinner today – it will be the last one made in our kitchen for a while!


23rd March 1.30pm

Hello everyone! I am updating you live from school! You’ll be pleased to know the classroom is fine. I had some pizza from the kitchen for my lunch! It was GREAT to hear from some of you! Hello to Noah E who has been busy designing a theme park, Toby H-C who has done an awesome drawing of a tank and is going to do some description to do with World War 2 – and Jas – I love your new dog Buster! He’s awesome! I hope some of you have managed to start some learning – PE with Joe was AWESOME this morning so check it out every day at 9am! But remember – wear shorts and t-shirts as it was hard work! Bye for now everyone! Mr H 🙂

22nd March 3.30pm

Good afternoon, everyone! So, tomorrow is the first day we’ll not be in school. But keep an eye out for my yellow car – I will be buzzing through the village as I head into school tomorrow. It was great to hear from Toby H-C earlier, who has been helping out with the sheep on the farm! Remember to get your routines sorted for tomorrow, and begin to do some learning in your Extended Holiday books. Bye for now! – Mr H 🙂

21st March 7.00pm

20th March 4.30pm

Well, what a funny day that was. Not quite sure when we’ll be back, but I do know that you are all amazing. In fact, that is why I gave you all my STAR OF THE WEEK today! Remember what I said: Be positive, thoughtful, kind and caring. Look after your brothers, sisters and don’t drive anybody mad. Have a routine, and use the learning I have given you to help. Remember if you would like a shout out on here – send me an email! And remember Y4… you’re the best! Mr H 🙂 xxx

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