Year 4 Homework Set Friday 15th June 2018

Posted by nwyatt on Friday Jun 15, 2018 Under Uncategorized

Dear Team Kestrel,

I’d like you to continue learning your spellings listed below. They are the usual set of 4 curriculum words, mixed with the ‘–ion’ suffix.

Your times tables to learn this week will be your 4 times table. This can be practiced by playing the Times Tables Rockstars game on the website: https://ttrockstars.com/

Your English workbook activity is pages 62-63 which is an activity focusing on punctuating speech with an exclamation mark or question mark. I’d also like you to complete page 67 on headings and subheadings. This homework will last two weeks because I don’t think we will get chance to mark and reset homework next Friday due to Sports Day.

Homework is due in on Friday 29th June.

As always, come and find me if you need any extra help,

Mr. W

 

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Homework Set 8th June

Posted by nwyatt on Friday Jun 8, 2018 Under Uncategorized

Dear Team Kestrel,

Spellings are back on the menu for this week. They are the usual set of 4 curriculum words, mixed with the ‘–ion’ suffix.

Your times tables to learn this week will be your 6 times table. This can be practiced by playing the Times Tables Rockstars game on the website: https://ttrockstars.com/

Your English workbook activity is pages 22-23 which is an activity focusing on conjunctions.

Homework is due in on Friday 15th June.

As always, come and find me if you need any extra help,

Mr. W

 

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Kilve Court 2018

Posted by nwyatt on Friday May 25, 2018 Under Uncategorized

Dear Parents,

As I’ve mentioned, the children were incredible. Their behaviour, sense of fun, teamwork skills, sense of adventure, and ability to self challenge were evident for all to see.

I have attached now (hopefully) every photo that we had taken during the camp. These should now work when the thumbnail is clicked. All of them are in a totally random order, there are repeats, at times I’m using my ‘can’t stand this level of tension’ face, so look at your leisure.

I’d take them all away again in a heartbeat.

Sleep well,

Mr. W

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Kilve Court 2018 Day 2 Blog 2

Posted by nwyatt on Thursday May 24, 2018 Under Uncategorized

Literally hundreds of photos refuse to upload, so when I’m back at school I’ll do a huge blog with all of them.

Here are further examples (wifi strength permitting) of what we got up to today.

Kind Regards,

Mr. W

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Kilve Court Day 2 Post 1

Posted by nwyatt on Thursday May 24, 2018 Under Uncategorized

Dear Team Kestrel,

There are many photos on more than IPad today, so I’ll keep the writing brief to get on with the photos.

Amazing. They’re incredible. There’s nothing more I can’t say.

Bring on day 3!

As always, thanks for your continued support,

Mr. W

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Kilve Court 2018 Day 1

Posted by nwyatt on Wednesday May 23, 2018 Under Uncategorized

Dear Team Kestrel,

I can’t praise them enough!

I’ve seen a wonderful amount of collaboration, team work and kindness being exhibited by every member of the class.

We’re being well fed and we’ve had great fun so far.

On arrival we had lunch, moved in to the big house and unpacked. Then we went to complete our beach activity, ate ice cream and came back to Kilve to complete the maze activity.

Two children came up to me and said it was the best day of their life! Amazing!

See below for photos.

More tomorrow,

Mr. W

 

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Congratulations to our Term 5 Award Winners

Posted by nwyatt on Friday May 18, 2018 Under Uncategorized

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Homework Set 18th May 2018

Posted by nwyatt on Friday May 18, 2018 Under Uncategorized

Dear Team Kestrel,

This week, due to camp and the holidays there are no spellings set. But, I would like you to spend your time chanting as many tables as possible.

Times Tables Rockstars will help you practice. https://ttrockstars.com/login is the link that you need.

As an English homework I’d like you to complete This activity focuses on placing apostrophes in words which replace missing letters. pages p50-51 of your English Grammar books.

As a replacement to learning your spellings, I’d like you to write me a paragraph about your favourite camp activity, giving the reasons why you liked it so much.

Homework is due in on Friday 8th June

As always, come and find me if you need any extra help,

Mr. W

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Online Logo

Posted by nwyatt on Wednesday May 16, 2018 Under Uncategorized

Dear Team Kestrel,

Some children wanted to have a go at home with the online logo web based software that we were using in Computing today.

If that relates to your child then click the link here: http://www.transum.org/Software/Logo/ to have a go yourself.

Please be mindful that the website does contain adverts so SMART rules will need to be followed. Welton Primary School cannot be held responsible for the content on external websites.

If you are a child, you will need permission from your responsible adult to follow the link.

Kind Regards,

Mr. W

 

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Owl Pellets

Posted by nwyatt on Monday May 14, 2018 Under Uncategorized

Dear Team Kestrel,

Today, as part of an investigation on Owl and food webs, the children dissected Owl pellets to see what bones were present. Using a bone chart, we could compare the bones found with the chart and identify the animal which has been eaten as prey.

Prior to this investigation, these had to be individually wrapped in tin foil and baked for 30 minutes in the oven to sterilise them, so big thanks to anyone in the local area who had to put up with the smell near my kitchen during that time!

Anyway, with those pellets safe, we used tools such as tweezers to pull apart the pellet without needing to use our hands, we then used a bone chart which had the usual name of the animal eaten along the top, and then the name of the associated bone down the side. We then identified specifically which type of bone it was and filled in a tally for how many were found.

Everyone conducted the investigation in a safe, hygienic and sensible manner, so well done Kestrels!

See below for photos,

Mr. W

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