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Online Sports Day

Sorry for the delay kids.

Science - use this as your template

Analogue to digital and vice versa

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Converting Time

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The BFG - "Trying To Catch A Phizzwizard"

Line Graph Template

Forest School Ideas

How to add a hyperlink to a web page Select a relevant object on your slide, then go to the INSERT tab and click the Hyperlink button. Click Existing File or Web Page under Link to. In the address field, type in the address of the web page you wish to add, then click OK.

There is a tutorial below if you get stuck or can't remember.

Challenge #3

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Sorry about the poor camera quality πŸ™ˆ

Challenge #2

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Challenge #1

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If by Rudyard Kipling Comprehension Questions (and answers! Don't cheat kids)

What can you tell me about this map of Whitby?

White Rose Maths - Money, money money!

Timetable Template

Sticky Dance Moves!

Create your dance move models then copy them!
Click the link below to enter your challenge score


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Hello and welcome to the year 4/5 class page. On here we will keep you up to date with all the goings-on in our class. We will post pictures, videos and examples of children’s work so please visit regularly! 

Class newsletter - Spring

Autumn Newsletter

3 Core exercises to try

Try these then try the Mr D challenges below

Tuesday by David Wiesner

Word search template

Stress Free Colouring - take your time

An Incy-Wincy 8-Times Tables Poem


One spider going on a date. One times eight is eight

Two spiders being mean. Two times eight is sixteen.

Three spiders bang on the door. Three times eight is twenty-four.

Four spiders chewing my shoe. Four times eight is thirty-two.

Five spiders all being sporty. Five times eight is always forty.

Six spiders jump over the gate. Six times eight equals forty-eight.

Seven spiders playing tricks. Seven times eight is fifty-six.

Eight spiders are loud when they snore. Eight times eight is sixty-four.

Nine spiders all need the loo. Nine times eight is seventy-two.

Ten spiders with a jacket tatie. Ten times eight equals eighty.

Some more ideas for your agility circuit.

Watch the video to see some more examples of cone agility drills. You don't need to use cones. Socks and flowerpots are fine. Whatever you can easily lay your hands on.

The Lorax (original)

We were learning about deforestation before COVID-19 hit! Follow the link to Dr Seuss' Original Lorax animated TV special from 1972. Follows the actual story line of the book.
On YouTube there are also other Dr. Seuss short films which pupils will enjoy.

Our tweet to the Once-ler about deforestation - 16.3.2020

Everybody was kung-fu fighting πŸ₯‹

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Geography with Miss Miller 23.1.2020

Then comes a waxing gibbous

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Can you make 148











post it notes to Mr D. ASAP 

Working through dinner to solve it 😁

14.1.2020 broadening our art skills in space

15.1.2020 developing reasoning in Maths

10.1.2020 using a compass to draw the planets orbiting around the sun in topic 🌎πŸͺπŸŒ’

Investigating the phases of the moon. 8.1.2020

Amazing end of book homework (Reading Circles)

Profiling Liam Digby 8.1.2020

Young Voices 2020 - 7.1.2020

26.11.19 - Wow!!! Description of a plantation

25.11.19 - Balancing in Gymnastics

19.11.19 - PSHE how to ring 999

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18.11.19 - Developing our jumps in gymnastics

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15.11.19 - Our first Bananagrams champion. Top banana aka Bananarama...Hetty 🍌🍌🍌🍌🍌

14.11.19 Reasoning with line graphs in year 5 and bar charts in year 4

Powerdown Pete 13.11.19

6.11.19 Making our slavery board games

22.10.19 - Measuring gravity using a Newton Meter

Thank you for all of the effort with our Philippe homework πŸ€ΈπŸ½β€β™‚οΈ

A message from the year 4 boys

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With absolutely no help and the idea was Without prompting.

Philippe Petit - Criminal or Entertainer?

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On Friday 11th October, year 4/5 debated the controversial issue. Was Philippe Petit a criminal or an entertainer? Here is some footage from our debate

9.10.19 - When the year 5’s taught the class column addition


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Man on Washing Line

a Wonderful short film about the man, the legend, Philippe Petit. Created by Rosie at home (with a little help I think)

A powerpoint about Philippe

Bananagrams tournament in year 4/5

the Tournament starts on Monday

3 and 4.10.19 our emotive poems about Philippe Petit

2.10.19 Balance and Counterbalance in our: D & T, Forest School, Science, English and Maths lesson

Autumn term 1 - Have you got maths eyes? Questions to Mr D please

27.9.19 Ordering numbers in maths

23.9.19 playing Bananagrams

17.9.19 an unbelievably emotive flashback

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Describing a flashback in the role of Philipe Petit...

16.9.19 Developing our hockey πŸ‘ skills

11.9.19 Building Twin Tower memorials and transporting sticks correctly

Stick carry champion 🌳🌳🌳

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5.9.19 In role as Philippe Petit the slack line

4.9.19 Creating a pulley system in Science 🧬

3.9.19 Developing our understanding of our new book