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St Gabriel’s Roman Catholic Primary School

Wednesday 3rd March

 Morning Activity

For your morning activity, choose from the following:

  1. Repeat the 180 times tables sheet from Monday
  2.  Spend 15 minutes on Hit the Button
  3. Spend 15 minutes on TT Rockstars
  4. Practise this week’s spellings


Grammar Activity


There are two short grammar activities to complete – one for Wednesday and one for Thursday. These can be printed out, answered in books or simply discussed.


This week, your work will continue to 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, Tuesday and Wednesday, your work is based around another  book on MyON. This book is called 'Spotlight on Europe' and is linked to our Geography topic. You can play the audio version to help you.


To access the book, log on to MyON as normal (remember to use capital letters) and then simply click on ‘projects’. You will find 'Spotlight on Europe'  waiting for you.


You will need to open this book daily in order to complete your reading journal activities on the power point. There is one activity for each day from Monday to Wednesday.


This week’s Maths continues our topic of fractions.

We will look again at subtracting fractions before finding out how to calculate fractions of amounts.


On Tuesday and Wednesday, when there are no live lessons, I would like you to use the following link to lessons on fractions from Oak Academy. 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 eleven children who have exceeded their Spring target –well done!


Please work through the power point below and then complete the activities.

The first activity is for everyone.

In the second activity, you may choose your level of challenge.

The photo-cards are there to help you think about different animals.


This is all about how scientists group vertebrates. 

Vertebrates are animals that have a backbone and skeleton.