Year 4 Remote Learning
Seesaw is a digital platform that we use to share work between school and home and a way of teachers sharing learning in the classroom. As part of our remote learning, teachers will be uploading tasks for pupils to complete. There is a useful Seesaw Parent Guide that can help parents understand how the site works.
MyMaths is an online programme that gives lessons and activities for children to complete. Please make sure to work through the lesson first using the numbers down the side and then complete each part of the task. Your teacher can see how you are doing and reset tasks if you need more practise. You will have been assigned tasks to complete and will see these when you log in. https://www.mymaths.co.uk/
ReadTheory is an online reading comprehension program with a huge library of reading content, both fiction and non-fiction. ReadTheory's adaptive style promotes improvement by automatically meeting learners at their own, individual attainment levels. After completing an initial assessment, children are able to complete reading quizzes and achieve 'knowledge points' to move through different levels. Your teacher can also track your progress and see how you are doing on each quiz.
First News is the UK's only newspaper for young children. We have also added new First News reading and writing activities to SeeSaw for you to complete. Your teacher will then be able to mark the completed work you upload directly.
BBC Bitesize is a great website to continue learning scientific facts and developing scientific skills. There are lots of quizzes, interactive games and videos.
During Autumn 1, Year 5 are learning about Classifcation of Living Things. This link will take you to the page.
Language Angels is an online language programme that gives interactive games for children to practise their Spanish skills. All pupils have an individual login and your teacher will be able to view the games you have been playing.
Here are some links for other areas of the curriculum as well as the current topic children are learning about.
If you have any questions regarding remote learning then please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
For further work and daily lessons please visit https://www.thenational.academy/