Closure Work Week Beginning 20.04.20

Hi everyone! I hope you had a relaxing and safe Easter break!

Please see the work for this week below.


This week, you will be recapping on rounding.

Rounding to the nearest 10, 100 and 1000 will be your focus.

Remember 5 or more, let it soar! 4 or less let it rest!

Please see attached guidance when rounding to the nearest 10, 100 and 1000.

Rounding Games

Please see a selection of maths activities and videos for further guidance in the attachments below.


Apostrophes will be your focus for this week!

Quick Recap

      What is an apostrophe?

Apostrophes are punctuation marks. In English we use them in two ways, to show possession and to show contraction.

Apostrophes to show possession

Apostrophes are used to tell us that something belongs to someone. For example, if you were talking about the football belonging to Ben, you would say ‘Ben’s football’.


Bens football

(the football that belongs to Ben)


There is only one of Ben, so this is called singular possession.


The girl’s hat                Simon’s car


In the example above ONE girl owns a hat and ONE Simon owns a car.


When a singular proper noun ends in 's' (James, Jess etc), you can either just add an apostrophe (‘) or apostrophe ‘s’ (‘s).


Jamess coat          Jamescoat


If there are two or more people owning something, an apostrophe is needed to show plural possession.

In this case the apostrophe goes after the plural owners, so if a group of girls own a hat and you want to talk about all these hats, you would say:

     the girls hats

     If a group of boys own a car and you would say:

     the boys car

Apostrophes to show contraction

If we put two words together and miss out some letters, we need to add an apostrophe where the missing letters are. For example: ‘do not’ would change to ‘don’t’, the contracted form.

I am- I’m                                 I would- I’d

do not- don’t                           we would- we’d

cannot- can’t

Apostrophe Games

Please see attached the apostrophe tasks and video guidance for this week.

Physical Education

Please see attached this week’s challenge card that will give you the opportunity to work on your throwing and catching skills. Please also check out the ‘Keep Fit at Home’ attachment displaying a list of websites that will help you keep active during your time away from school.


Your focus in art this week will be on tonal shading. You will need to think about the pressure you apply with the pencil and the direction of your lines. Please see attached the activities for this week.


This half term, our topic focus will be on climate zones. Please see attached the tasks for this week. 


Relationships will be a focus that you will be working on this half term. You will need to think about what makes your family fantastic! Please see the activity attached below.


This half term your topic will be on living things and their habitats. Please see attached the activities for this week.


This week, I have provided an inference task and comprehension activities for you to do. Please complete and answer these tasks in your workbook.

Questions for free reading were given out in your work pack in ‘Week One’. I would like you to continue answering those questions throughout your time away from school.

Please continue to access The site provides fantastic daily tasks for the children to work through.

Spelling and handwriting

Please see attached a selection of words from the Year 3/4 word list. Please practise these in your workbook, taking extra time to present your words neatly.

**Useful Link**

From Monday 20th April, BBC Bitesize will be showing lessons on TV every day (or online or on BBC iPlayer). Please access via the link below.

Please contact me through Class Dojo if you have any questions or need any support.

Take care,

Mr Newman


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