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A message from Ms Morgan.

Hello to my lovely, lovely class. I miss you all so much and I'm really looking forward to being with you all again when we get back to school. Until then, I want you to know that I think about each and every one of you every single day. I wonder what you are up to and how you are learning at home. I really miss teaching you; it's what I love to do, especially history! On this page every day I will leave something that I would like you to do so that you keep on learning because knowledge is the most powerful thing in the world next to love.

Have fun everyone, stay at home and keep learning.

Much love

Ms Morgan

A message from Miss Hindmarch

Hi year 3/4. I just wanted to say hello as I am missing seeing your lovely, smiling faces. I hope you are trying your best with your work at home and showing your grown ups how absolutely amazing you are. It’s was lovely to speak to you and your parents last week and I’m looking forward to doing it again next week. I’ve been trying to make the most of this gorgeous, sunny weather. I’ve been running - training for the Great North Run and also because I’ve been eating too much chocolate!! I’ve also been going for walks with my daughter, Emma, and exploring the woods next to my house. Keep working hard, have fun and, most importantly, stay safe. 🌈. See you all soon ❤️xxx

Remember that you can email school with your photos of what you have been up to. It doesn't have to be school work! let's keep sharing and stay in touch! enquiries@brightonavenueprimary.org.uk

Follow the link below to see your teachers being extremely silly!

https://youtu.be/iZbqCLJZtdA

 

Lots of great ideas for free sites that cover education and fun.

Looking for something to do outside? Follow the link to get some great ideas for outdoor learning.

https://www.brightonavenueprimary.org.uk/outdoor-learning/

It's finally here! Ms Morgan reads The Creakers! It's been so long since we last read our story and I know you wanted to finish it, so here it is!  A new chapter will be released every day, so make sure to watch it!

 

Chapters 7 & 8: Four Creakers. Available now! https://youtu.be/VVUKAF7zgFQ

 

Chapter 9: The Plan. Available Wednesday 3rd June from 5pmhttps://youtu.be/1vPv7HCG0d0

 

Chapter 10: The Creaker Trap. Available Thursday 4th June from 5pm  https://youtu.be/B7tfz5YVVQo

With a guest appearance from Izzy the cat!

 

Chapter 11: Catching Creakers. Today we find out what the Creakers look like. Eeek! Excited! Available  Friday 5th June from 5pm. https://youtu.be/I0pN-emn7eo

 

Chapter 12: Grunt, Gruff, Scratch and Sniff. Available Monday 8th June from 5pm https://youtu.be/CMyfzk5iA14

Thursday 4th June 2020

Wow, this week is flying by so quickly and before we know it, it will be the weekend again! 

I hope you have enjoyed the first three chapters of The Creakers as much as I enjoyed reading them. Remember to check back every day for a new chapter. 

Below, you will find today's maths (time for Year 3 and times tables for Year 4) and English work and as always feel free to email me pictures of your work and of you just having fun at     enquiries@brightonavenueprimary.org.uk  I just love to see what you've all been up to!

Wednesday 3rd June 2020

Hello everyone! If you have missed our class story time, well never fear! Ms Morgan has started reading The Creakers for you. Follow the link to see and hear a chapter of the story. https://youtu.be/VVUKAF7zgFQ

Below, you will find today's maths and English.

Stay safe, have fun and keep on learning!

Tuesday 2nd June 2020

Happy Tuesday everyone! Today we are still working on fractions in maths and adverbials in English. Don't forget to have some fun and read too!

COMING SOON ... this week, I will be recording myself reading our class reader - The Creakers- so that we can find out what happens in the end. Check out this page to find out how to view it on Tuesday 2nd June.

Monday 1st June 2020

Welcome back! I hope that you all had the most wonderful half term holiday and were able to enjoy some sunshine.

Today in English, we are thinking about a lucky escape! Remember that you do not need to print anything out, just write doen everything you need on a piece of paper.

In maths, we are thinking about fractions. If you have a printer, great. If not, copy down anything you need and complete your work.

English and maths. Y3, you have a PowerPoint with sound to watch. Year 4 might find it useful to watch too, to remind themselves how fractions work.

You've made it to half term! What a surreal time it has been but we have loved looking at all of your home learning photos over the last few weeks! It really does put smiles on our faces. As it's half term, we will not be setting any home learning tasks. We want you to rest, spend time with your family and make more memories during lockdown! In addition to this, we will not be speaking to parents next week and will continue making calls home week commencing 1st June. As you all know, we love making these phone calls to check to see how you and your family are so we'll look forward to speaking to you all again soon! We hope you have a fabulous half term! Keep safe and continue smiling!

To our Muslim families: Eid is a day of sharing  and caring for others. May you have a wonderful Eid this year!

 

Keep sending in photos of what you've been up to and I will see you on 1st June.

Thursday 21st May 2020

I hope you have all been enjoying the sunshine! Following on from yesterday's work, I would like you to design your own Faberge egg! What will it be made from, what makes it eggstra special? If you have glue and materials, you could even hard boil an egg and make your own!

In Maths, you need to be a code breaker. Can you break the emoji code to fins the correct answers?

Wednesday 20th May 2020

Today, we are learning all about Faberge eggs, the most expensive Easter eggs in the whole wide world! Read the text, find out the meaning of the words and answer the reading comprehension questions. You may be surprised what you find out!

In maths, I have a game for you to play. Copy the grid and see if you can colour all of the squares!

Monday 18th May and Tuesday 19th May 2020

Happy Monday everyone! 

For Monday and Tuesday's work this week I would like to to write an amazing ridiculous story for a competition! Have you read the one about the GANGSTA BOGEY? Or the SINGING BISCUIT? What about the CLUMSY WIZARD or the FORGETFUL CHEF? No? Well, today could be your lucky day! You have two days to give you lots of time to think, plan write an illustrate your story.

  • First think of your own ridiculous story title, the sillier the better!
  •  Plan your story, thinking about characters and settings. What problem needs to be resolved? How is it resolved? How does your story end?
  • Write your story checking for sense, grammar, punctuation, great vocabulary and a killer story then email it to us and we will type it up and send it in for you! If you take your time and plan carefully, I know you will come up with an amazing story.

 

Friday 15th May 2020

I do love Fridays! If you have finished your story, a very big well done. If not, finish it today and send it to me. Some of you have been doing lots of work on Reading Eggs and today I would like you to do some spelling lessons. Just Log in and they will be waiting for you.

If you haven't already completed them, there is and RE and History challenge in Wednesday's work.

Art. Draw some food! It could be an apple, a packet of cornflakes, a kit-kat, anything at all but remember our golden rule? Draw what you see, not what you think you see - look carefully!

Have a lovely weekend everyone.

Thursday 14th May 2020

Hello everyone! As today is extended writing day, there is no maths because I want you to really take your time and write me an excellent story.

Step 1: Plan your story.

Please red the document about planning your story below before you do the plan. It really will help you to write a better story!

 

Step 2: Write your story.

Read the document about writing the story. For each paragraph, I have written a WAGOLL (what a good one looks like) to help you. Only write one paragraph at a time and keep referring back to  the document to help you. If you do this, I promise you that your story will be amazing!

Step 3: Illustrate your story.

If you wish, you may leave gaps in your story to add illustrations.

I can't wait to read these stories!

 

RE and history tasks can be found in Wednesday's work.

Planning and writing your story. A must read!

Wednesday 13th May 2020

Today in English you will be planning your story and creating a character but don't write it yet! I want you to think hard about your character and create a great picture or model of it.

In maths, we are finishing our work on multiplying by 10. Don't forget to use the language of reasoning in your answers.

In RE we are thinking about how and why Muslims pray.

In history, I would like you to go to school in Victorian times by following this link

https://youtu.be/IDPdwWU-vm4

 

Tuesday 12th May 2020

Today is a little bit different because I want you to become teachers. If you were a teacher for a day, what would your perfect school day look like? How many lessons would you have? What would they be? How long would they be? What would you learn?

Create a timetable and tell me all about each lesson underneath it. Think about what materials you would need and you must have an OLI and an OLQ for each lesson.

For example: If I could do anything at all, I would have a dressing up/acting lesson. OLQ: Can I become a different character? In this lesson, children would try on/ create different costumes and them become that character and act in a mini play. To be successful, you would need to become at least 3 different people in a lesson.

Materials needed: Dressing up clothes, fabric, hats, props (umbrella, walking stick, crown etc) and a camera.

 

Have fun!

Monday 11th May 2020

Take a look at Declan's brilliant VE posters below and in the having fun section, Poonguzhale's artwork and Dylan's birthday celebrations!

 

I hope you all had a lovely weekend and that you celebrated VE day in style! My mum certainly did. She told me that even though she was only a little girl, she remembers VE day because there was a big party in the street with lots of cake! A kind neighbour took this photo of her.

 

In English today, I would like you to look at the picture of the family. How many questions can you think of to ask about the family and what they are doing? I wonder who will come up with the most questions?

In maths, we are continuing to think about multiples of 10. Don't forget to use the language of reasoning, answering in both numbers and words!

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Declan has his VE day celebrations sorted. Brilliant bunting!

Declan has his VE day celebrations sorted. Brilliant bunting! 1

Thursday 7th May 2020

Tomorrow is a very special holiday, commemorating 75 years since VE day (Victory in Europe) which was the beginning of the end of teh Second World War.

Your task is to find out about VE day celebrations and design a poster to let people know what is happening. If any VE celebrations are happening in your street or home then your poster could be about that, if not, you could design one for a make believe street party. Use your imaginations and send me photographs of your creativity!

Wednesday 5th May 2020

I am constantly amazed by the high standard of work that continues to be sent in. Well done to everyone!

In English today, you will find some assignments and a library book to read on Reading Eggs. You don't need to finish it all today but please do make a start.

In maths, we are still thinking about multiplying by 10 and the language of reasoning but today, the questions are a little more complex. Remember you need to answer showing both calculations and words.

Tuesday 5th May 2020

Good morning everyone, I hope that you are all safe and well and ready to learn!

Today in English, we are thinking about spelling and grammar (SPaG) 

 

In maths, we are continuing to use the language of reasoning to answer questions. Remember that you need to use both maths and words to answer these questions. As yesterday was Star Wars day, I have a little Star Wars puzzle for you to solve as a starter.

Monday 4th May 2020.

Good morning everyone, well as you can tell, I am a bit of a Star Wars fan, I was about your age when the first film came out and it really captured my imagination. What's your favourite film/tv show and why?

 

The TTRS battle against the teachers has ended. 10 children from Year 3/4  children joined in and  Wasi led the charge to a great victory! The final score was Teachers: 25,055   Children: 37,778. Can you work out the difference? Wasi, once again was the whole school champion and a big thank you to Chevron, Lydia, Koray, Kinjal, Abdullah, Keerath, Declan, Dylan and Hamza for working so hard.

 

Today in English, we are looking at the meaning of some more words and doing a little reading comprehension.

 

Maths: Today's maths isn't difficult but in order you succeed, you need to be able to explain your answers using the language of reasoning. e.g.

Mrs Morgan's son, Jack thinks that 5 x 5 = 20. This can't be true because if I count in sets of 5, five times, the answer comes to 25.

Ms Morgan has 4 cats. She wants to give each cat 4 treats. She has bought a bag containing 20 treats and she says that will be enough. Is she correct? Prove it!

She is correct. I know this because she will need 4 x 4=16 treats to give each cat 4 teats, so she will have enough treats and have 4 left over.

 

 

English, maths and the language of reasoning in maths

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Friday 1st May 2020

Welcome to May everyone. 

I've just been onto TTRS to gain a few more points for the teachers because you are beating us! I don't know how this as happened as yesterday, the teachers were well in the lead. Shhh, don't tell the teachers, but I'm secretly very proud of you all. 

 

In English, we are going to begin to explore that words that sound the same can have different meanings, for example here and hear, ate and eight. These words are called homophones. 

You do not need to write today's homework down (it is in the document below) but discuss the answers with an adult if you can.

If you can think of any more homophones, write them down and send me a list. I wonder which one of you can find the most?

 

In maths, we are using our multiplication and division skills. Start with the ones at the top and if they are too easy, try the next set underneath. 

Maths. Don't do them all, find the column that is a little challenging but that you can do.

Maths. Don't do them all, find the column that is a little challenging but that you can do. 1
Maths. Don't do them all, find the column that is a little challenging but that you can do. 2

Thursday 30th April 2020

Welcome to the last day of April, possibly the strangest month ever!

Today in English you have a story to read, make sure you read right to the end (there is a gap in the story) and answer the following questions:

1. What did you like about the story?

2. What surprised you?

3. What did it remind you of?

Also, would you like to challenge the teacher? Write me three comprehension questions that you would like me to answer!

 

In maths, can you become a true magician and invent your own magic square?

 

On TTRS more and more children are joining the battle and your teachers are getting worried! last night I counted 10 children from Year 3/4 and I was so proud. Come on my class, we are the best aren't we? Let's show the rest of the school how good we really are!

English, don't forget to scroll down to read the whole story. This week's science and RE can be found in Tuesday's work

Wednesday 29th April 2020

Good morning everyone. Today's English is all about wishes when we start a new story and a new adventure. Take a look and tell me your wishes. In maths I have some magic squares for you to complete. Copy them out and see how far you get, they get harder as they go down ... could you challenge a parent or older brother or sister with a really hard one?

 

Our RE and science work is on Tuesday's page and my dear class, WASI is no 1 in the WHOLE SCHOOL in our TTRS battle with the teachers.His score is much higher than mine (how embarrassing) but he will need EVERYONE'S help to beat the teachers. If you're not sure of your TTRS Log In, email and I will send it to you.

Tuesday 28th April 2020

Good morning everyone! Today you have some RE to do, following on from last week. This term in science, we would have been learning about rocks have a look at the unit and see what you can find out.

For something different, take a look at https://www.thenational.academy/online-classroom where there are lots of different subjects for you to explore.

Perhaps most importantly, this week, there has been a TTRS battle set up with ...THE TEACHERS!  And guess what? The TEACHERS ARE WINNING! YAY! Of course we are, you can't beat us ... or can you?

Monday 27th April 2020

Morning everyone!

Today is challenge with your writing to see if you can write your own version of The Billy Goats Gruff story using expanded noun phrases. You can do it!

In maths, I would like you to to go onto Times Table Rock Stars. Don't let the other classes win!

Take care.

Friday 24th April 2020

It's Friday! Today is big write day, time to talk about trolls and see how inventive you can be.

In maths, I would like you to to go onto Times Table Rock Stars and beat the pants off Year 5! Don't let them win!

 

Have a lovely weekend and Happy Ramadan to our Muslim friends. 

English: The real truth about Trolls!

Thursday 23rd April 2020

Wow, it's Thursday already! Today in English, you are going to create a troll, not the kind that is mean on the internet, but the type that lurks under bridges!

In maths, we are using our time skills to solve problems. As always, Y3 maths is first and Y4 second.

Also, this week's RE and science are here if you haven't already completed them.

Maths: Year Three then Year Four. Start with B, if you found this easy, have a go at C!

Maths: Year Three then Year Four. Start with B, if you found this easy, have a go at C! 1
Maths: Year Three then Year Four. Start with B, if you found this easy, have a go at C! 2
Maths: Year Three then Year Four. Start with B, if you found this easy, have a go at C! 3
Maths: Year Three then Year Four. Start with B, if you found this easy, have a go at C! 4

Wednesday 22nd April 2020

Welcome to Wednesday everyone! Today in English, I have set you an assignment to complete in Reading Eggs.

In maths, we are going to solve problems involving time. As always, Year 3 work is first, followed by Year 4. Don't forget science and RE, which is below the maths, if you haven't already done it.

Please remember to go onto Times Table Rock Stars for our Battle of the Bands and show Year 5 that we are the superior mathematicians!

Tuesday 21st April 2020

Today's work is following on from yesterday's work, so if you haven't completed that, may I suggest that you go back and complete Monday's work first.

During the holiday, Year 3/4 beat the pants off Year 6B and year 5B battled with Year 6T and won, so now it's the battle of the winners Year 3/4M vs Y5B. Get onto TTRS and let everyone know that Year 3/4 are the best class in Key Stage 2!

 

Below, you will find today's English and maths for today and RE and science work for this week.

 

Remember, you can send in photos of whatever you're doing to enquiries@brightonavenueprimary.org.uk

English (in the document below), Y3 maths, then Year 4 maths followed by science and RE

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Monday 20th April 2020

Welcome back to our virtual classroom everyone, I hope you all had a lovely Easter break and are raring to go!

During the holiday, Year 3/4 beat the pants off Year 6B and year 5B battled with Year 6T and won, so now it's the battle of the winners Year 3/4M vs Y5B. Get onto TTRS from this evening and let everyone know that Year 3/4 are the best class in Key Stage 2!

 

Below, you will find today's English and maths work.Ever heard of a troll on the internet? Well, this is a different kind of troll!

In maths, take your time ... literally!

Also, you will find this week's RE learning after the maths work.

Remember, you can send in photos of whatever you're doing to enquiries@brightonavenueprimary.org.uk

Year 3 and then Year 4 maths.

Year 3 and then Year 4 maths. 1
Year 3 and then Year 4 maths. 2

Year 3/4 have rocked their TTRS battle with Y6B! You can take a look at your certificates below.

Year 3/4 have rocked their TTRS battle with Y6B! You can take a look at your certificates below. 1

TTRS certificates

So, over the Eater break, our children have been very busy. Wasi even managed to fall of his bike and have a trip to the hospital, but thankfully, he is okay. Wasi's dad is giving every NHS worker who pops into his shop a free can of cola. Rubina has celebrated her 8th birthday, just look at that birthday tea! Happy Birthday Rubina xxx

Koray is rocking his new haircut! Well done mum!

Koray is rocking his new haircut! Well done mum! 1

New! Access to Charanga Yumu! Follow the link and Log in with your username and password on the spreadsheet to enjoy using Charanga at home!

Ideas for the Easter holiday. See you with more work next term. Stay safe everyone xxx

Ideas for the Easter holiday. See you with more work next term. Stay safe everyone xxx 1
Ideas for the Easter holiday. See you with more work next term. Stay safe everyone xxx 2

A big thumbs up for Dylan, Declan and Wasi, who have been rocking their maths and English work over the last two weeks and managed to beat Y4 on TTRS. I am very proud of you all boys and I love it that you've done the marking for me!!

A big thumbs up for Dylan, Declan and Wasi, who have been rocking their maths and English work over the last two weeks  and managed to beat Y4 on TTRS. I am very proud of you all boys and I love it that you've done the marking for me!! 1
A big thumbs up for Dylan, Declan and Wasi, who have been rocking their maths and English work over the last two weeks  and managed to beat Y4 on TTRS. I am very proud of you all boys and I love it that you've done the marking for me!! 2
A big thumbs up for Dylan, Declan and Wasi, who have been rocking their maths and English work over the last two weeks  and managed to beat Y4 on TTRS. I am very proud of you all boys and I love it that you've done the marking for me!! 3

Once again, Wasi has been working extremely hard. Keep up the good work Wasi!

Once again, Wasi has been working extremely hard. Keep up the good work Wasi! 1
Once again, Wasi has been working extremely hard. Keep up the good work Wasi! 2
Once again, Wasi has been working extremely hard. Keep up the good work Wasi! 3
Once again, Wasi has been working extremely hard. Keep up the good work Wasi! 4
Once again, Wasi has been working extremely hard. Keep up the good work Wasi! 5
Once again, Wasi has been working extremely hard. Keep up the good work Wasi! 6
Once again, Wasi has been working extremely hard. Keep up the good work Wasi! 7
Once again, Wasi has been working extremely hard. Keep up the good work Wasi! 8

Friday 3rd April 2020

Good morning! Welcome to the last school day before your Easter break. I hope that you have enjoyed the tasks that I have set you so far and most importantly that you have learnt from them. 

Today's task is a setting description as before, but this time I would like you to include adverbial sentence openers of time and manner. You already know how to use adverbials of place from yesterday; time and matter are much the same. Don't forget the comma after a fronted adverbial (an adverbial phrase that starts a sentence).

 

Adverbials of time:

Seconds became hours, as I stood mesmerised by the beauty of the landscape.

Tonight, was calm and peaceful.

Occasionally, a swift darted across the azure blue, cloudless sky.

At first, there was no one in sight and I found myself quite alone.

In the blink of an eye, she was gone.

Moments later,

Eventually,

Seconds ticked by,

 

Adverbials of manner explain how things are done:

Without a sound,

Without warning,

Quickly,

Inexplicably, 

Frantically,

Anxiously,

Silently,

sleepily,

mysteriously,

 

 

Thursday 2nd April 2020

Good morning everyone. This morning I have put some teddy bears in my window for young children to find when they are on their daily walk. Have you done this? If so send a photo and spread the happiness! Have any of you put rainbows in your windows too?

 

English.

Today, we are going to write a setting description using adverbial phrases of place. Here are some examples:

Above my head, the stars seemed to smile at me.

Below me, I could see people hurrying about their daily lives.

In the distance, the mountain rose, dominating the sky.

In the classroom, the children worked diligently.

On top of his head, was a mop of thick, curly chestnut-brown hair.

Don't forget the comma at the end of the adverbial phrase. These are a great tool to vary sentence openers but don't use to many!

 

Maths. Year 3 (B), and Year 4 (C) and don't forget about our Rock Stars battle with Y4!

Maths. Year 3 (B),  and  Year 4 (C) and don't forget about our Rock Stars battle with Y4! 1
Maths. Year 3 (B),  and  Year 4 (C) and don't forget about our Rock Stars battle with Y4! 2
Maths. Year 3 (B),  and  Year 4 (C) and don't forget about our Rock Stars battle with Y4! 3
Maths. Year 3 (B),  and  Year 4 (C) and don't forget about our Rock Stars battle with Y4! 4

Come on Year 3/4, let's get more players involved to smash Mr Murtagh's class!

Come on Year 3/4, let's get more players involved to smash Mr Murtagh's class! 1

Wasi knows how to work and how to chill. you deserve some chill time Wasi, you've worked really hard!

Wasi knows how to work and how to chill. you deserve some chill time Wasi, you've worked really hard! 1
Wasi knows how to work and how to chill. you deserve some chill time Wasi, you've worked really hard! 2

Wednesday 1st April 2020

Good morning! So far you have been inventors, explained how your invention works and advertised your product. Today, I would like you to:

1. Design the packaging for your product. Think- what will it look like on shop shelves or on Amazon?

2. Write the instructions to go in the box to tell the user how to assemble and use your product.

Instructions need to be

  • clear
  • easy to follow
  • in chronological order
  • include diagrams

Think abut using bullet points/numbers.

Sentence openers should be varied - Time conjunctions, imperative verbs (bossy action words) and adverbs (words that describe verbs e.g quickly, carefully).

I am looking forward to seeing your work. Please send pictures to enquiries@brightonavenueprimary.org.uk

Don't forget that we are in a battle on TTRS with Mr Murtagh's class. Don't let him win!

Remember to keep working on Reading Eggs and read for pleasure every day.

Ms M :)

Wasi is ready to sell his fantastic invention to the NHS!

Wasi is ready to sell his fantastic invention to the NHS! 1

Go Year 3/4. We are beating Year 4. Keep it up, the battle ends on Friday! Don't let Mr Murtagh's class win or he will never let me forget it!

Go Year 3/4. We are beating Year 4. Keep it up, the battle ends on Friday! Don't let Mr Murtagh's class win or he will never let me forget it! 1

Some children have asked what I did on my birthday, well here you go! I had afternoon tea, got lots of cards and, well you can work out the rest!

Some children have asked what I did on my birthday, well here you go! I had afternoon tea, got lots of cards and, well you can work out the rest! 1
Some children have asked what I did on my birthday, well here you go! I had afternoon tea, got lots of cards and, well you can work out the rest! 2
Some children have asked what I did on my birthday, well here you go! I had afternoon tea, got lots of cards and, well you can work out the rest! 3

Declan has invented the Universal Controller 180. Now wouldn't it be great to have one remote control for everything? Until you lose it that is! Well done Declan, I think I'll buy two!

Declan has invented the Universal Controller 180. Now wouldn't it be great to have one remote control for everything? Until you lose it that is! Well done Declan, I think I'll buy two! 1

Wasi has been working very hard, explaining how his Corovirus helper works. Great explanation text Wasi, well done!

Wasi has been working very hard, explaining how his Corovirus helper works. Great explanation text Wasi, well done! 1
Wasi has been working very hard, explaining how his Corovirus helper works. Great explanation text Wasi, well done! 2
Wasi has been working very hard, explaining how his Corovirus helper works. Great explanation text Wasi, well done! 3

Wednesday 31st March 2020

Good morning! Can you believe that it's the last day of March already? Nor me!

Don't forget that you can send me pictures of what you've been up to while at home, school work or not, at enquiries@brightonavenueprimary.org.uk

 

Today's tasks include Times Table Rockstars and Reading Eggs. If you don't know your passwords, please email and I will get them to you.

I have set up a battle between us and Year 4 in TTRS. Please, please, please don't let Mr Murtagh win!

 

English

So far, you have invented and explained. Now your product is ready to hit the market! In order to do this, you need to advertise in newspapers and magazines. Today's task is to create an advert that really sells your product. We are going to use the language of persuasion.

Persuasive text often includes:

  • repeated words
  • alliterative words (Words that begin with the same sound e.g. sensational, soothing songs)
  • emotional language
  • a strong argument
  • rhetorical questions (questions that don't require an answer e.g. Sick and tired of tidying up after yourself? Want a machine to do it for you?)
  • colourful and eye-catching fonts / capitalised words
  • humour
  • Useful Advert Words & Phrases

    Adjectives!

    Brilliant

    Beautiful

    Unique

    Original

    Clever

    Charming

    Advanced

    New

    Cleverly designed

    Revolutionary

    Practical

    Portable

    Stylish

    Fashionable

    Customised

    Hygienic

    Simple

    Light weight

    Effective

    Amazing value

    Attractive

    Comfortable

    Irresistible

    Space saving

    Fully-featured

    Streamlined

    Compact

    Feature-packed

    Ultra-powerful

    Exclusive

    Battery-operated

    Small

    Ingenious

    Classy

    Personalised

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Here are some examples to help you

Wasi was the first person in KS2 to complete the Eco Brick Challenge! Go Wasi! I really do have the best class :)

Wasi was the first person in KS2 to complete the Eco Brick Challenge! Go Wasi! I really do have the best class :) 1

Monday 30th March 2020

Good morning everyone, here we go with another exciting school week yes

Could I please ask that you all spend time on Reading Eggs and Times Table Rock Stars every day. Reading is so important and times tables open up the world of maths, allowing you to perform calculations faster and with confidence. Challenge a friend to a battle!

Please do send any pictures of what you are up to, school work or not and I'll put them on our class page. enquiries@brightonavenueprimary.org.uk

English

If you completed Friday's work, then you are ready for today's challenge. If not, can I suggest that you go back and complete Friday's task first?

Today, I would like you to write an explanation text that explains how your invention works. It should have the features in the document below.

If you would like to, you can present your work as a double page spread, using text boxes and colour. If you are not sure how to do this, further down the page is a great example that Paul Glover made when a wrote a report earlier in the year.

Don't forget to add diagrams to explain how your invention works.

 

Don't forget to email me the pictures of you and your work, enquires@brightonavenueprimary.org.uk, I'm so excited to see them!

Much love everyone

Ms M x

 

Wow! Just look at this amazing invention from today's work- a Cronavirus helper! Wasi, perhaps you have a future in engineering? 

 

 

 

 

Friday 27th March 2020

Good morning everyone, today is my birthday (21 frown) and I'm really excited to see some of your lovely work today.

At 10.00am Tony Ross will be reading a live story. Follow the link to join in the fun: http://www.facebook.com/7stories

 

 

English/Design Technology

Today, we are going to base our work on Wallace and Gromit's 'The Wrong Trousers'. You can watch the video online if you like.

Any great inventor starts with an idea and then draws a diagram, so today I want you to become an inventor! You can invent anything you want, it could be a self cleaning litter tray for cats (that's what I really want for my birthday!) or a machine that does your homework for you or a brand new type of video games console ... in fact, anything at all.

Design and sketch your invention, don't forget it needs a title and labels, so I can understand what all of the buttons and levers do. You could invent more than one thing if you like.

Think carefully: What will your invention be made of? What colours will you use? Who will use it? What is it used for?

 

 

 

 

Maths

Today, I would like you to have some fun solving problems.Go to

https://www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games/7-11-years/problem-solving

and find out how good you are at problem solving.

 

Keep working on Reading Eggs and TT Rock Stars too and don't forget to email me your work at enquiries@brightonavenueprimary.org.uk 

and I'll give you a shout put on here! Let me know about anything at all that you've been up to, I miss you all!

Declan, you are rockin' this work today! Keep it up and you'll be Year 5 ready before you know it!

Declan, you are rockin' this work today! Keep it up and you'll be Year 5 ready before you know it! 1

A big shout out to Wasi, who is working hard at home. Well done Wasi! To answer your questions, the animals are a kangaroo, a wallaby, a koala and a kiwi. I'm loving your hard work and presentation!

A big shout out to Wasi, who is working hard at home. Well done Wasi! To answer your questions, the animals are a kangaroo, a wallaby, a koala and a kiwi. I'm loving your hard work and presentation! 1
A big shout out to Wasi, who is working hard at home. Well done Wasi! To answer your questions, the animals are a kangaroo, a wallaby, a koala and a kiwi. I'm loving your hard work and presentation! 2

Thursday 26th March 2020

Good morning everyone, can I please ask you to take photos of what you are up to and send them to  enquiries@brightonavenueprimary.org.uk 

If you put your class and name in the email, I will be able to see them and even put them on this web page! Because of my asthma, I'm not allowed out of the house at all at the moment, not even for a walk so your pictures would really cheer me upsmiley.

 

 

Geography today!

Here is a picture of some animals.

1. Which continent do they come from?

2. Which countries do they come from? (One is from a different country.)

3. The animals found on this continent are often found nowhere else in the world. Find out about some of these animals, draw and write about them.

 

 

 

 

Maths

Time to compete with someone in your house for speed times tables!

Throw a die (or find a virtual one online) and multiply the answer by 3)

when you have learnt the times tables to 6x3, just double the numbers on the die e.g. 6 becomes 12, so if you throw a 6 your calculation is 12 x 3. After half an hour or so, you should be amazing at the three times tables. You could go onto hit the button to prove it! https://www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games/hit-the-buttonhttps://www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games/hit-the-button

 

Calling all KS2 Eco-Team members!

 

Even though we cannot meet with Riddhi and our fellow team members, we can still think about our Eco-Team project and looking after our fantastic planet.

With this in mind, how about making an Ecobrick? Here’s some reasons why:

  • An Ecobrick can be used for furniture, walls and even full scale buildings!
  • An Ecobrick uses materials that would otherwise not be recycled.
  • When made correctly, it can be re-used itself and contains plastics which might otherwise end up damaging the environment.

So, are you ready for the challenge? Then find an empty plastic drinks bottle, (less than 600ml capacity), wash it out, leave it upturned to dry and start collecting some materials.

A great site to visit is https://www.ecobricks.org

This gives lots of information on how to make the perfect Ecobrick!

Ecobricks in action

Please remember:

  • All plastics used within your Ecobrick must be first cleaned and dried.
  • They may need to be cut smaller to fit in the neck of your bottle; make sure this is done carefully and ask an adult for help.
  • You need a stick or wooden spoon handle to pack your bottle as tightly as possible.
  • Use only non-recyclable plastics that your local Council collection will not accept.
  • Ensure the correct weight (minimum 200g for a 600ml bottle); this is a long term project which takes weeks to complete.
  • Enjoy the project!
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Wednesday 25th March 2020

Good morning everyone! How did you get along with yesterday's work? I can't wait to hear all about your Palaeolithic artwork.

 

Today, one of my cats, Olly, is helping me to work.

 

 

 

Today, one of my cats, Olly,is helping me to work. I was awake quite early and had some ideas for your homework so I made a cup of tea and grabbed by laptop. Olly however had other ideas and sat on the keyboard until I gave him some attention.

 

Today, I would like you to explore farming in Neolithic Britain (New Stone Age).

Take a look at this video: https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/class-clips-video/story-of-britain-new-stone-age-animation/zjh2t39

With an adult, talk about what has changed for people during the Neolithic. What are the advantages or disadvantages of farming compared to being a hunter gatherer? You could make two lists and compare them. Do you think that life was easy or hard for those early farmers? Why do you think that?

 

 

Maths

In maths today, I would like you to write down the 3, 6 and 9 times tables in columns, side by side. What do you notice about all of the answers in the 6 times table? 

What do you notice about the 3 and nine times tables? What other patterns can you see?

 

Don't forget to complete your work on Reading Eggs and TT Rock Stars

See you tomorrow!

Tuesday 24th March 2020

Today I have two jobs for you.

1: If you have access to the internet, find out what kind of animals Palaeolithic man (Early Stone Age) hunted, then draw a picture of what that might have looked like. Remember my rule, draw what you see, not what you think you see, especially when it comes to animals!

 

2: Maths. This is a great maths trick to play on people. You can work out if any number is divisible by 3 with this simple trick.

This is what you do:

1. Think of any number e.g. 54

2. Add the digits together 5+4 =9

3. Is the answer in the 3 x table? Yes, means it's divisible by 3, no means it isn't. 9 is divisible by 3 so it is definitely in the 3 times table.

4. 573.   5 + 7 + 3 = 15.  15 is in the 3 times table so is divisible by 3

5. 13,423 + 1+3+4+2+3 = 13 No it is not in the 3 times table and not divisible by 3.

6. Get an adult to give you numbers and check your answers on their phone calculators, you will look like a maths genius... which you are!

 

You will also have a reading eggs assignment to complete every week and please make sure that you spend time on TT Rock Stars.

See you tomorrow with more jobs!

Ms Morgan

You have arrived at the class page of Year 3/4: Ms Morgan and Miss Hindmarch's class, lucky you! You won't find a more hardworking class anywhere and we are very much looking forward to sharing our learning journey with you, so, sit back, relax and enjoy!

11.03.20. This week, to help us with our RE, we had a visit from then amazing team at st George's church to explore the question, 'Why do Christians call Good Friday good?

05.03.20. Alongside out Stone Age history study, we are learning about Prehistoric cave art. Take a look at some of our amazing charcoal drawings.

26.02.20. We rocked at learning about the Stone Age, when we visited Jen at Durham University's Museum of Archaeology. Ask us about the three different periods in the Stone Age!

14.02.20 Today we had 'Bring a Parent to School' day and we looked at an amazing structure from history - Stonehenge. We had great fun recreating the structure out of biscuits and may have eaten some afterwards. We then tried to recreate the curve of Stonehenge by drawing our models.

07.02.20 In English, we have been working on information texts. Paul produced this amazing piece of work, all about Motte and Biley Castles.

07.02.20   In English, we have been working on information texts. Paul produced this amazing piece of work, all about Motte and Biley Castles. 1

07.02.20 We have combining drawing skills with the beautiful language of the French. Who know that an eraser is called la gomme?!

06.02.2020 Today we had a visit from the Destination Judo company and your child will bring home some information about the club today. If you would like to join the club, your first lesson is free!

28.01.20. Today was a very foodie day! In the morning, we made sandwiches when a lovely lady from Warburtons came to visit us. In the afternoon, we did outdoor learning and baked cakes, inside orange skins, on the campfire!

22.01.20. We mixed Design Technology and Science this week when we went to the Shipley Art Gallery to sew a circuit!

15.01.20. In PE, we are learning all about the team game hockey. Do you think we have our stance right?

15.01.20. In PE, we are learning all about the team game hockey. Do you think we have our stance right? 1
15.01.20. In PE, we are learning all about the team game hockey. Do you think we have our stance right? 2

08.01.20. In RE we are learning about Jewish festivals and today we shared a Passover meal and learnt about the meanings of different foods.

07.01.20. At Brighton Avenue we love reading. Abdullah is the first child in our class to take home a book, hot chocolate and chocolate biscuits, so he can snuggle with an adult and read. Abdullah chose to take home our class reader from last term: The Boy at the Back of the Class.

07.01.20. At Brighton Avenue we love reading. Abdullah is the first child in our class to take home a book, hot chocolate and chocolate biscuits, so he can snuggle with an adult and read. Abdullah chose to take home our class reader from last term: The Boy at the Back of the Class. 1

19.12.20. This week, we have been partying like it's 2019!

Can a fish take care of a book? Strange question! This week, we visited Gateshead Central library, where we thought about how to look after the books that we borrow.

We are working on some new ways to learn our spellings and spelling patterns. Today we are fitting our spellings into odd shaped boxes. We think you'll agree that from spellings, we have made art!

As you can see, Children in Need Day is one of the highlights of the Autumn Term. We even had a special visitor!

Tints and shades were employed in our art lesson today, when we mixed a base colour with while to lighten it or black to darken it.

This week, we have been experimenting with a program called sketchpad. As it was Halloween, some of us made some spooky pictures!

Year 3 children had their first ukulele lesson this week. What a great start!

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It's the GBBO! Well, the Great Brighton Bake Off! This week we have been learning to follow a recipe and next week we will adapt our recipes.

The books bus came to school this week. Our teacher couldn't resist buying books for the class library too!

This week, in RE, we have been thinking about how Christians help in their communities. Here are a few of the ideas that Year 4/3 came up with.

This week, we had a visit from four Newcastle University Street Scientists. They showed us some super cool things about science in two brilliant sessions. Take a look for your self!

What makes a biscuit, a biscuit? A very important question indeed, especially as Year 3/4 are going to be designing and baking their own. Of course to make great biscuits, we had to do some research first. Yum!

We are true historians in Year 3/4 as today we have had a visit from another history expert, Rosie. She talked to us about what life was like for the people of Gateshead in 1916, which was the year of the Bensham Tram Crash. We used our art and writing skills to produce some work that will be displayed in an exhibition in Newcastle.

Richard, better known as 'That History Bloke' came to visit us to start off our History work on the Bensham Tram Crash of 1916. First of all, we all joined the army! Afterwards, we headed out to Bensham to look for real history and find out where the tram Smash happened.

Richard, better known as 'That History Bloke' came to visit us to start off our History work on the Bensham Tram Crash of 1916. First of all, we all joined the army! Afterwards, we headed out to Bensham to look for real history and find out where the tram Smash happened. 1
Richard, better known as 'That History Bloke' came to visit us to start off our History work on the Bensham Tram Crash of 1916. First of all, we all joined the army! Afterwards, we headed out to Bensham to look for real history and find out where the tram Smash happened. 2
Richard, better known as 'That History Bloke' came to visit us to start off our History work on the Bensham Tram Crash of 1916. First of all, we all joined the army! Afterwards, we headed out to Bensham to look for real history and find out where the tram Smash happened. 3
Richard, better known as 'That History Bloke' came to visit us to start off our History work on the Bensham Tram Crash of 1916. First of all, we all joined the army! Afterwards, we headed out to Bensham to look for real history and find out where the tram Smash happened. 4
Richard, better known as 'That History Bloke' came to visit us to start off our History work on the Bensham Tram Crash of 1916. First of all, we all joined the army! Afterwards, we headed out to Bensham to look for real history and find out where the tram Smash happened. 5
Richard, better known as 'That History Bloke' came to visit us to start off our History work on the Bensham Tram Crash of 1916. First of all, we all joined the army! Afterwards, we headed out to Bensham to look for real history and find out where the tram Smash happened. 6
Richard, better known as 'That History Bloke' came to visit us to start off our History work on the Bensham Tram Crash of 1916. First of all, we all joined the army! Afterwards, we headed out to Bensham to look for real history and find out where the tram Smash happened. 7
Richard, better known as 'That History Bloke' came to visit us to start off our History work on the Bensham Tram Crash of 1916. First of all, we all joined the army! Afterwards, we headed out to Bensham to look for real history and find out where the tram Smash happened. 8
Richard, better known as 'That History Bloke' came to visit us to start off our History work on the Bensham Tram Crash of 1916. First of all, we all joined the army! Afterwards, we headed out to Bensham to look for real history and find out where the tram Smash happened. 9
Richard, better known as 'That History Bloke' came to visit us to start off our History work on the Bensham Tram Crash of 1916. First of all, we all joined the army! Afterwards, we headed out to Bensham to look for real history and find out where the tram Smash happened. 10
Richard, better known as 'That History Bloke' came to visit us to start off our History work on the Bensham Tram Crash of 1916. First of all, we all joined the army! Afterwards, we headed out to Bensham to look for real history and find out where the tram Smash happened. 11
Richard, better known as 'That History Bloke' came to visit us to start off our History work on the Bensham Tram Crash of 1916. First of all, we all joined the army! Afterwards, we headed out to Bensham to look for real history and find out where the tram Smash happened. 12
Richard, better known as 'That History Bloke' came to visit us to start off our History work on the Bensham Tram Crash of 1916. First of all, we all joined the army! Afterwards, we headed out to Bensham to look for real history and find out where the tram Smash happened. 13
Richard, better known as 'That History Bloke' came to visit us to start off our History work on the Bensham Tram Crash of 1916. First of all, we all joined the army! Afterwards, we headed out to Bensham to look for real history and find out where the tram Smash happened. 14
Richard, better known as 'That History Bloke' came to visit us to start off our History work on the Bensham Tram Crash of 1916. First of all, we all joined the army! Afterwards, we headed out to Bensham to look for real history and find out where the tram Smash happened. 15
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