Y4 Foundation lessons – Spring Week 2 (11-15th January 2021)
This work will be uploaded daily to teams with the instructions. There will also be recorded lessons on YouTube for Science, History and RE. The information for these will be uploaded onto Teams ready for the day we expect you to do the work.
|FRENCH||How can I say the names of my family in French?
|To match the French names||§ Use the language angles website to access lesson 1 on La famille – Mrs Thomas has recorded a video (which can be found on our YouTube channel) to show you how to access this lesson on line.
The log in: SouthS1367
To access the game:
Log in: 4Thomas21
|D and T||How can prepare food safely?||To understand health and safety in a kitchen.||Have a look at the PowerPoint on food safety – what notes can you make about preparing food safely.
Write a checklist on how to keep the kitchen safe and what procedures should be carried out in order to check for allergies.
|Powerpoint on teams to accompany this lesson.|
|PSHCE||How can we pay for things?||To understand there are a range of methods to buy items.||Have a look at the PowerPoint about managing Money. Think about the different ways to pay for items.
Complete the activity sheet calculating the balance after a payment has been made.
|Powerepoint on managing money.
Resource to complete
For PE, check out this week’s challenge: http://stanleylearningpartnership.co.uk/personal-best-14th-september-2nd-october/
For Music access the Durham Music service for a daily 15 minute music session https://www.durhammusic.org.uk/15minsofmusic
Below are some tasks linked to your Cornerstones topics. These are additional extras which will not have any resources uploaded to Teams.
|Art and Design||Geography||PSHE||History|
|Task||Look at drawings, paintings and statues of Boudicca and discuss how she is portrayed. Consider what her stance and posture tell us about her. Make quick sketches of a someone at home posing as Boudicca. Use props, such as a shield, a spear and a cloak. Try to capture her personal qualities.||Find out about similarities and differences between Italy and Britain, including climate, landscape, size and weather. Use maps, globes and geographical information books to research your information and record your findings using appropriate software to create a table to illustrate the differences that you discover.
You could report your findings by writing an imaginary postcard from the point of view of a Roman soldier, newly arrived in Britain, to his family in Rome.
|Think about a time when you were brave or daring. Write a brief explanation; What did you do? How did it feel? Explain what happened as a consequence of being brave.
Boudicca took a risk by rebelling against the powerful Romans. Did her risk pay off or not?
|Read the description of Boudicca written by the Roman, Dio Cassius. Write an explanation about how he describes her and how this reflects some of the images that you have seen of Boudicca. Consider why the writer uses words like ‘terrifying’, ‘harsh’, ‘fear’ and ‘huge’.
How does the first-hand account helps us to understand what the Romans thought about Boudicca?
|Resources which can be found on the school website: