Year 3 & 4
Welcome to the Year 3/Year 4 Learning Page!
Welcome to another week of learning at home!
We hope that your learning at home is going well. Please continue to do the work that you think suits you best. If the task you are doing doesn't feel quite right for you, then challenge yourself with work that is a bit more difficult, or take a step back and choose work that is slightly easier. Don't put pressure on yourselves - remember that everyone learns in different ways and at a different pace. You are doing brilliantly!Also remember to take some time to play and read and chat to your family members.
Please keep your lovely photographs coming in - it really is SO lovely to see what you are getting up to. You can email your photographs to firstname.lastname@example.org and we will include them in our photo gallery. (This may take a couple of days, so please don't expect to see them uploaded instantly!)
Remember that May is the month of Mary. Try to say a prayer to Our Lady every day - you could say the Hail Mary, another prayer to Mary, or just make up your own. Remember to watch Miss Hickey's video all about Mary and listen carefully to what she asks you to do, if you can.
We hope that you have a really lovely week - keep smiling, be positive and stay safe!
With very best wishes,
The Year 3 and Year 4 Teachers
Nessy - Reading & Spelling Free Trial
General Guidance for Working with Children at Home
- Children thrive on predictability and routine. Create your own daily schedule around your own family – this has to work for you! Try not to make it too rigid and focus on ticking things off.
- Your daily routine could include school work, a bit of tv watching, reading for pleasure, practising a skill, drawing and colouring, getting outside where possible, chores around the house, cooking/baking, sewing, playing card games, playing board games, playing shops etc., a daily workout (healthy body, healthy mind).
- You may need to accept that your children are going to watch television or play on electronic devices more than you would usually allow, but please follow the World Health Organisation recommendation of no more than 3-4 hours per day.