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Catholic Primary School

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Year 4

Within this area, you will be able to find all the home learning tasks we have planned during the current school closure. 

 

Contact Us:

If you need to get in touch or have any questions regarding the home learning, please email: year4@stmichaelrc.hounslow.sch.uk

 

Teachers will respond to emails within 24 hours - Monday to Friday only. 

 

Please use this email for home learning enquiries rather than the school office. Thank you. 

 

Year 4 Home Research Grid Summer Term 1

This home learning grid has 12 exciting research-based activities all about the topics:

'History of our Local area ' and 'Electricity' for you to complete!

Try to complete one activity each day from Monday 20th April - Tuesday 5th May 

Use your orange exercise book for all your work. 

Colour in each section of the grid once you have completed it! 

Try your best and remember to present your work neatly. 

Year 4 Home Learning Timetable- Week Beginning 30th March 2020

Home Learning Grid - North America

This home learning grid has 12 exciting research-based activities all about the topic 'North America' for you to complete!

Try to complete one activity each day from Monday 23rd March- Friday 3rd April. 

Use your orange exercise book for all your work.

Colour in each section of the grid once you have completed it! 

Try your best and remember to present your work neatly!

Year 4 Home Learning Timetable- Week Beginning 23rd March 2020

Welcome to Year 4

The teachers in Year 4 are:
Mrs Fernandes (4F)
and
Miss Malone (4M)

 

Also working in Year 4 are:

 Mrs Ackary 

 

Welcome to Year 4’s class page!

 

The Year 4 team would like to take this opportunity to wish you a lovely Easter break. The children and our families are in our thoughts and prayers at this difficult and uncertain time. We miss you all!


During this time, we take the opportunity to remember what is important; Holy Week is the perfect opportunity to be reflective and think about the sacrifices that Jesus made for us all. 

 

On this page you will find some activities to help you to be both creative and reflective during the Easter period. 

 

Holy Week

 

Next week is Holy Week, which begins on Palm Sunday – 5th April. It is the week between Palm Sunday and Easter Sunday, a time of devotion to the Passion of Jesus Christ. Although we can’t go to church at the moment, there are regular livestreamed masses from St. Michael and St Martin, which you can listen to:

Go to https://parish.rcdow.org.uk/hounslow/news to find news about this.

 

Holy Week Preparation Days:

 

Palm Sunday

Celebrate and discuss Palm Sunday with this simple craft of handmade palm leaves. Palm Sunday is a time when Christians remember when Jesus rode into Jerusalem on a donkey to celebrate the Passover meal with His disciples. Crowds of people cast their clothing on the road and waved palm branches in the air. The palm branches were a symbol of victory and celebration. On Palm Sunday, some churches pass out freshly cut palm branches and wave them in the air in celebration.

 

Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday


Begin your Easter preparation by giving your house a Spring clean! This is a tradition during Holy Week which comes from the Jewish custom to clean before Passover. Then you may want to start decorating your home by making some Easter decorations.

 

 

Holy Thursday

Find ways to serve each other on this day, like Jesus did for the disciples before the Passover meal. On this day, Jesus washed the disciples’ feet – by following Jesus and serving others, we are glorifying Christ.

 

Good Friday

Honour Good Friday with a sombre and quiet evening. This is the day Christians remember when Jesus died for us. It is a time to pray and remember that Jesus loved us very much.

 

Family Faith Activity: Pray the Lords Prayer at bedtime on this night in remembrance of Christ’s gift for all of salvation.

 

 

Holy Saturday

This day commemorates the time of darkness and waiting, when Jesus lay in the tomb.  It is also a day for final preparations before Easter.

 

Family Faith Activity: During the day on Holy Saturday, spend some time as a family talking about the Paschal Mystery Jesus’ crucifixion, death and resurrection. Take a walk, looking for signs of new life in springtime. Talk about how Jesus rising to new life is truly transformative and life-changing.

 

Easter Sunday

On this day we celebrate when Jesus rose from the dead.

 

Family Faith Activity: Listen to a livestreamed mass together and thank Jesus for the sacrifices he made for us. Celebrate this day by engaging in lots of meaningful family time and enjoying the Easter activities found on our class page!

 

 

Thank you for your continued support and we look forward to term ahead!

 

 

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