Southfield Primary School

4 Bach

Ms Pina is 4 Bach class teacher and Ms Fitzgerald is the teaching assistant.

Home Schooling

27 March 2020 - here are some new Maths and English tasks:

English

  • Write a fact file about Victorian fashions
  • Write a balanced argument on the benefits of child workers
  • Recount of a day in the life of a school child in Victorian times

Maths

  • Practise adding and subtracting 3- and 4-digit numbers using column method
  • Practise using the column method to multiple 2- and 3-digit numbers by 1-digit numbers
  • Practise using bus stop method to divide 2- and 3-digit numbers by 1-digit numbers.

20 March 2020 - please find below the activities that Ms Pina would like 4 Bach to complete:

Log on to Mathletics and complete tasks.
Log on to Reading Eggs and complete tasks.

Log on timestables.co.uk https://www.timestables.co.uk/ and practise times tables and their division facts.

For Science, Geography, Spellings and Comprehension,  log on to Curriculum Visions https://www.curriculumvisions.com/ (log in details sent by Parentmail)             

Science
Topic: Living things and their habitats
Go through: what are living things: eating, growing, moving; where animals live; where plants live; soil life; food chains; changes to food chains; living together.

Science project: think of a way of improving the environment we live in.

Geography
Topic: India
Research facts about India.
Create a booklet including these aspects:
- Position on the world map; large cities; mountains; rivers
- Culture: food, clothing, festivals
- Famous landmarks
- Famous people
- Art
- Religion
- Language

Spellings
Go back over the rules we have learned this year (e.g. irregular verb tenses, double letter, words ending in f, prefixes and suffixes).
Years 3 and 4 Spellings List.

Comprehension
Read and complete some comprehensions, including some Animals and Nature.

Autumn Term

These are some of the activities that 4 Bach did last term:

To kick off Charities Week on December 9th, 4B and 4M had a workshop with the Dogs Trust. Although Rosie, the representative, wasn’t able to bring a real dog, the workshop was really informative about how to be safe around dogs we might encounter in the street or park. We are now Dog Smart and know how to care for dogs, because ‘they are for life and not just for Christmas’.

In November, 4B and 4M went to the British Museum to explore the Ancient Egyptians. We joined the British Museum research team on their journey of discovery and learnt about six mummies who lived and died in Egypt between 3,000 and 1,800 years ago. It was funny to see a clay bowl that had accidentally been left on a mummies head, in the CT scan - the mystery of what it was, had researchers baffled for many years!




 

In November as well, 4B and 4M went to Tate Britain to the exhibition by Steve McQueen, who is a famous artist and Hollywood Film Director. He create a piece of art which included the class picture of over 3000 Year 3 school children across London because had been inspired by his own class picture when he was 8 years old. We found our pictures and had fun thinking about the lives of all the other children who had had their picture taken.