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Monday 27th September

Good Morning Class Four,

I hope everyone had a good weekend and that those of you who have been poorly are feeling much better now. I'm hoping that each day this week, more of you will be able to come back to school. I will put up home learning everyday this week again for any of you who are still learning from home.

Remember that you can email me with any questions or work you want to share.

Keep working hard and hope to see you all soon.

Love Miss Olver x


This week we will be learning how to round numbers. Today, we will be focusing on rounding numbers to the nearest 10, 100 and 1000.

Start by watching the video until 06:10 and then work through Questions 1-4 on the worksheet. I've attached the answers so you can check your work.

If you would like some extra practise at rounding numbers, have a go at the challenge questions below. I've attached answers so you can check your work.


Start by reading the extract below from The Giraffe, The Pelly and Me which follows on from the section you read for Thursday afternoon's reading task last week.

For your silent writing task this week, you are going to write the next section of the story. So far, the Duke has told the Giraffe and Monkey what he has that they will like. Next he needs to tell the Pelly.

Use the planning sheet below to help you plan your writing for this week. 


Over the past few weeks, we have been thinking about ways we can stay safe when online. Today, I want you to think about how you can stay safe if you receive a friend request online. Start by watching the video below.


Next, look at the four friend requests on the sheet below. For each one, write a couple of sentences to explain what you would do if you received a request from this person and why. There are some questions at the top of the sheet to think about with each example to help you decide.


This week we are going to be revising what happens when you add the suffix -ing to a verb.

Start by working through the Powerpoint below to recap the key rules we need to remember when adding -ing.

Now have a go at completing the -ing worksheet below where you will be applying the rules from the Powerpoint.

The worksheet is on Page 1 with the answers on Page 2 so you can check your work.