Welcome Back Class 4!

Good morning Class 4,

I hope you all had an enjoyable Easter and you were able to spend some time in the glorious sunshine that we had (and ate lots of chocolate, of course!). Thank you so much to those of you who have already emailed me pictures of your work and told me about the things you have been up to, I have really enjoyed reading them!

I have put together a collection of work for you to be getting on with this week, some of which does include accessing You Tube and Education City – remember to have an adult with you when you are watching You Tube as sometimes the adverts or suggested links are unsuitable. If you are having trouble accessing these sites, please let me know. Please also remember that I do not expect everybody to be able to print off all the worksheets, you can just re-write questions/answers into your books! 

Once again, I have attached a recommended timetable that you may wish to follow for the home learning this week. Please keep up with your reading on Bug Club and don’t forget you all have access to Times Table Rock Stars so keep practising!

I hope you have a good week and remember to e-mail me at any point if you need/would like to. Lastly, KEEP SMILING! Missing you all.

Miss Stewart.   

timetable

Value

Justice

Justice means more than making things ‘fair’.  In order for people to live together well in a just community, it is important to have rules or laws that everybody sticks to. Imagine if there were no rules for people driving cars on the road!
As a family you may want to talk about:
• why it is important to have rules and laws
• rules or laws that you don’t think are just (or fair)
• family rules that you think are important

Thought of the Day

“Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere.”
Martin Luther King Jr

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