Hemlington Hall Academy

Y4 – Monday 5th July

Reading
The pre-recorded part of this lesson can be found by clicking here.
The text and questions can be found below:

Writing
Read through the explanation of what an advertisement is, and how it aims to persuade the audience.
Can you find these features in the advert for Raby Castle?

Maths
Today we will be revisiting our previous work on perimeter.
This will be a live Zoom lesson at 10am, with details as follows:
Link: https://zoom.us/j/98042260006?pwd=dFp2UVJwdjRpMUs4RFBxenp5QkdBQT09
Meeting ID: 980 4226 0006
Passcode: N3TXn8

The children’s independent tasks can be found below:

PSHE
For PSHE today, I would like children to start off by thinking about their identity – who they are, their values and what is important to them. There is a really useful video for children to watch to help them think about this here.

Then, can you use your values to begin to think about your upcoming transition, moving into Year 5? Think about the following:
– What are you looking forward to in Year 5?
– What would you like to change?
– How are you going to change this?

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