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Good morning and a happy Monday to you Year 4! 


I have loved seeing what learning you have been doing, please continue emailing me and Miss Kleinman your work. 


Now, I know many of you are getting a bit fed up and finding it hard to motivate yourself. That's normal, it's a strange time. It's really important to keep going, keep a routine and do a little bit of learning each day to keep our brains working. 


Before we get into today's learning, I'd like you to stand up and shake those cobwebs off, have a little sing and dance. 

Banana Banana Meatball - Blazer Fresh | GoNoodle

Patterns made of shapes, patterns made of grapes. Patterns in the air, patterns everywhere. Patterns in an app, patterns in this sing and dance alon...



Let's get into some lovely learning! 


This week we are jumping back into fractions. It's really important we feel secure in our knowledge of fractions because we will use it so much in the future. 


Today we are looking at Tenths and Hundredths. You will have looked at this earlier in the year, so this should be a doddle. Just a nice bit of revision. 

Step 1 - Recognise tenths and hundredths

This is "Step 1 - Recognise tenths and hundredths" by White Rose Maths on Vimeo, the home for high quality videos and the people who love them.



Today, I have a story for you to read. You can find it on page 14. Once you have read it, you have a creative challenge! 

Afternoon Learning


Did you know that this week is a very special week? It's Refugee week 2020. A refugee is a person who has been forced to leave their country in order to escape war, persecution, or natural disaster.


We hear about refugees in the bible, but unfortunately there are still refugees today. It must be a very scary thing to be a refugee. Watch the video below for some more information on refugees.

Refugee animation | CAFOD

Resources for teachers: Can't use Youtube? Right click and "save as" to download and save this animation: https://s3.amazonaws.c...

The theme for this year's refugee week is 'imagine'. Here are some tasks that I would like you to choose from today.