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22 Jun 2020
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21 Jun 2020
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13 Jun 2020
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11 Jun 2020
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10 Jun 2020
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09 Jun 2020
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20 Mar 2020
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16 Mar 2020
Pilgrimage walk to Fountains Abbey
A Breckon
13 Mar 2020
World Book Day - Y5/6
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06 Mar 2020
Ripon Grammar science
A.Breckon
28 Feb 2020
The Selfish Giant visit and more.
A Breckon
13 Feb 2020
Sketches
06 Feb 2020
Gymnastics competition
A Breckon
31 Jan 2020
War Horse
24 Jan 2020
Geography and the outdoors
A.Breckon
17 Jan 2020
A Christmas Carol production
A.Breckon
19 Dec 2019
Christmas wreaths
12 Dec 2019
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21 Nov 2019
Children in need
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15 Nov 2019
Gurdwara visit
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07 Nov 2019
Author visit
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24 Oct 2019
Canopic Jars clay sculpting
A Breckon
17 Oct 2019
Swimming gala and Pump Room visit
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04 Oct 2019
Cycling, hieroglyphics and more
A Breckon
26 Sep 2019
Death mask designing
19 Sep 2019
13th September
13 Sep 2019
First day back
06 Sep 2019
 

Class 4 - Monday 29th June

27 Jun 2020

Good Morning Class 4

Morning all, how are you today? I hope you've all had a good weekend? smiley


I am very excited to say that I am back in school teaching at Fountains today. smileyFrom now on, I will be in school on a Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday. All this means is that if you email me today, you probably won't get a reply straight away; it might be much later on or even tomorrow. Please still send your work into me though; I love seeing it. smiley
 

Don't forget to send me your 'extreme reading' photos. smiley


I have included a video of the next chapter of our book, the last wolf, today. Have a listen! (I wish my face didn't look quite so silly!)


 

Please remember to send me examples of your work to the class email address: class4@gfschools.co.uk. 

These are your tasks for today. Remember, you can do the tasks in any order, and you don't have to do everything if you don't have time. yes 



PE:
 

 

 Have a look at the below link. There are lots of ideas for different PE type activities that you could do at home; give one a go!


https://www.harrogatessp.com/keeping-all-young-people-active/


Maths task:          
 

This morning, I would like you to watch the video at the below link. It will help you develop an understanding of what volume is. This video will help you with tomorrow's maths activity. 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zjbg87h/articles/zcrxtyc 


                                                                                                           
Spelling task:     
 
I would like you to create a glossary for these transport related terms: 
underground, cargo, gangway, pedestrian, terminal​, ​voyage​.

Make sure your definitions are clear, and easy to understand. 



Writing task:
 

Today I would like you to design your own new mode of transport. You need to think about what it's going to look like; how it works; and it needs to be able to carry passengers. It might also be worth thinking about the destinations your mode of transport travels to, and how long it takes. 

I would like you to do a detailed drawing of your new mode of transport and include labels to explain the different aspects of it. 

        
         
Reading task:   

Nothing has changed here...I would still like you to read for 30 minutes! Ideally, I would like you to read your school reading book or a book that is similar in difficulty. However, if you choose to read something else then that's ok too. As long as you're reading, I'm happy! smiley


 
                                                                                                                             
                                 

Learning project:


The focus for this week's project is 'transport'. 
 
The projects this week aim to provide opportunities for you to learn more about transport. Learning may focus on modes of transport, transport in the past, the science behind transport, road safety and how to be safe around water. 
 
Choose one of these projects to start this afternoon. smiley
 

Is it a Bird? Is it a Plane?- ​I would like you to choose a major city from each continent and look at the population’s primary mode of public transport, e.g. rickshaws and Skytrain in Bangkok, Asia, the Tube in London, Europe etc. Then can you create a fact-sheet showing each city’s most popular mode of transport and decide which is your favourite, providing reasons for your opinions.

 ● Creativity in the Underground- ​Many of the London Underground tube stations have their own unique, ​tiled designs​.​ Can you think of your own London Underground tube station name, and create a tile design to accompany it. You could simply draw the design using crayons, felt tips or paint. Alternatively, you may choose to represent the design in the form of a collage, cutting out your own tiles of paper, newspaper, magazines, cardboard, or whatever you have access to at home. There are some examples at the link below. 


https://docs.google.com/document/d/1HMWXyBWnw8ARFp9TtUdlZ_h3tNWAj4dvd2IXoREY3Ds/edit

 ● From Horse-Drawn Cart to Jumbo Jet- ​I would like you to select 10 modes of transport from throughout history, using the below ​link to help you​. I'd like you to research the modes of transport and present them on a timeline, writing a description for each one, explaining what it was and who would have used it - bonus points for including the inventors!


https://thekidshouldseethis.com/post/an-animated-history-of-transportation-through-the-centuries

 ● Faster Than a Speeding Bullet...Train- ​The Shanghai Maglev, also known as Shanghai Transrapid, is currently the fastest train in the world, running between Shanghai and Beijing in China. Can you be just as speedy and complete the following 5 activities as fast as possible: Star jumps, tuck jumps, press-ups, squats and lunges. Record how many repetitions of each activity you can perform in 1 minute. Can you beat your personal best? Can you record your heart rate (beats per minute) after each activity. ​

 ● Make and Do - Make it Go!- ​Have a go at this ​hover balloon activity​.

https://docs.google.com/document/d/1Wormmv1fghIGVtBWyM_bgK8Dw1Mu_CzGLEDI67qHCvw/edit
You will need the following equipment: CD, bottle top with push/pull closure, like those on some sports drinks or water bottles, blu-tack or glue and a balloon.
Alternatively, you could have a go at creating a ​baking powder powered boat​.

https://www.science-sparks.com/baking-soda-powered-boat/
You will need the following equipment: empty water bottle, baking powder, kitchen roll or tissue, scissors, straw, vinegar, sellotape.
If you don’t have access to this equipment, you can watch and read about the experiments and can discuss with your favourite, providing reasons for your opinions.



Have a great day everyone.

Take care 


Mrs Barker
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