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St Gabriel’s Roman Catholic Primary School

Monday 22nd February

Morning Activity

Complete this week’s 180 Times Tables sheet below. (If you can't print it off, then jot down the answers as quickly as possible in your home-learning workbooks.)

Weekly Spellings

Your power point presentation and spelling activities are attached below.

Watch the presentation today, complete the activities during the week, then ask an adult to test you on Friday.


This week, your work will be focused around the Oak Academy unit for Year 4 on writing non-chronological reports. This should fit in well with our wider topic on animals and ecosystems.


There is one lesson per day linked to this English theme.

Reading Journal Activity

On Monday this time is to be used to complete a PSHE lesson from Oak Academy about the use of water in our wonderful world. This lesson will help you to revise last term’s learning about the water cycle, whilst also giving you the opportunity to explore an eco-warrior them of using water with care.


The lesson and resources can be found at the following link.


This week’s Maths continues our topic of fractions. We will be moving on to looking at adding and subtracting fractions. Live lessons on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday will be based on this.


On Monday, when there will be no live lesson, I would like you to use the following link to a lesson on adding fractions. This includes a video, a set of tasks and a quiz.


Remember to keep up with your reading for at least 30 minutes a day. Well done to all of those pupils who are completing quizzes regularly and working towards their Spring target.


We now have nine children who have exceeded their Spring target –well done!

Design and Technology

Our D&T topic this term should have been following a recipe but current circumstances make this rather difficult to do as a class!

Please view the following power point (I have had to split it into three sections). It shows a variety of food from around the world.


Follow this up with one of these activities:

  1. Choose a country, either from the power point or your own choice. Research the food of that country in more detail and produce a poster advertising some of the nicest meals.


  1. If possible UNDER ADULT supervision, try cooking some international food. Some children have already done this and have had great fun in the kitchen; their families have also enjoyed the results of their hard work. Last year, for example, David made burritos after studying Mexico, whilst this year Molly has made spaghetti bolognaise and Brooke has done a lot of baking. If you do get the chance to try this, please post pictures on Seesaw!