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Year Four Homework Page

 


Friday 5th April 2019

  

In preparation for Year 4s upcoming topic about our hometown, Slough, we would like for you to go exploring over the Easter Holidays! The town is full of history and hidden secrets - what can you find out about it?

We would like you to present back to the Class with at least the following things
(the more creative and unique the better!):

- Facts about Slough (for example: population, size, landmarks etc.)
- Why is Slough a special place for you?
- Where are your Top 3 favourite locations in this town, and why
- What history can you find out about the town
- Famous Names who have visited or even lived in Slough
- Any other Interesting Facts you wish to share

We will look at your Slough Exploration in the week begining, Tuesday 23rd April.

Optional Extra:

"We are calling on all budding designers to create a MHWB (Mental Health and Wellbeing) mascot for our school. The MHWB team would like to turn one winning design into a mascot and place it in different areas around the school to help raise the profile of positive mental health.

How will you design your mascot to link to positive mental health? What will your mascot feel like? Will it be soft and cuddly? Will it have lots of bright colours? The choice is up to you! Good luck and have fun!

Please can all designs be given to your class teacher during the first week back after the holidays. This homework is entirely optional."



Spellings:
The following spellings will be tested on Friday 26th April.

Group A: 
scheming, chorus, chemistry, echoing, characterisation, anchoring, stomach, orchid, monarch, mechanic, orchestra, architect



Group B: scheme, chorus, chemist, echo, character, anchor, stomach, school, monarch, mechanic



Group C: scheme, chorus, chemist, echo, character, anchor, stomach, school

 

Times Tables:

Mr Tamimi's Maths group: learn the 5 and 8 times tables (and the pattern between answers when divided by 10 e.g. 5 x 8 = 40, so 0.5 x 8 = 4.0).

Miss Lewis's Maths group: learn the 6 and 9 times tables. 

Children will have a short written times table test during their Maths lesson each Friday

Have a lovely weekend!