Tuesday 30th June 2020

Good morning Year 4, I hope you are all well and raring to go with your learning today.


As I mentioned last week, you have today and tomorrow to finish your newspaper reports about the alien landings. If you want me to look at your work, and give you some tips for editing, then please do send it to me at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

If you finish writing today, then you can edit tomorrow.


We are continuing with our measures work today. I hope you were ok with the fruit purchases yesterday. How many different options did you some up with for the £5 spend?

Today, you are working with money again, but this time you are buying food. This is very relevant, as from 4th July restaurants are starting to open again. Looking at some of the food choices here was making me hungry!


Remember, once you start the work (which is placing numbers on a number line as a warm up) you need to click the down arrow at the bottom of the screen to find the rest of the worksheets.

Happy spending!


We have been having some exceptionally warm weather this year so far, and unusually, it has started very early in the spring. You know from the work we did on making sunglasses in the autumn term, that you have to protect your eyes in the sun, but there are other things you need to do to protect your skin. Watch the film below:


I hope you enjoyed it! Your task is to create a poster for KS1 children, which explains to them the dangers of spending too long in the sun, and the 5 things you need to do to protect yourselves.

Also, try and come up with a good slogan. Can you spot the slogan the Australian children are taught in school?