Contact details:

Emerald Class

Teacher: Ms Leonie Jackson

ljackson@broadfields.net

TA: Mrs Wasnaa Mohammed

 

Green Class

Teacher: Mrs Amy Holmes

aholmes@broadfields.net 

TA: Ms Ruth Herridge

 

Turquoise Class

Teacher: Ms Annitha  Jeevakanthan

ajeevakanthan@broadfields.net 

TA: Mrs Marjan Firouzian

1:1 TAs

Mrs Allison Spaull

Mrs Linda Buffery

click here for timetable

Year Head: Mrs Violeta Tudorache

vtudorache@broadfields.net 

 Dates for your diary

Things to Remember

  • 23/04/2019-back to school;
  • 25/04/2019-Pollution Solution Workshop(in school);
  • 02/05/2019-Parents' Evening (17:00-20:00);
  • 09/05/2019-Parents' Evening (16:00-19:00);
  • 06/05/2019-Bank Holiday-school closed;
  • 07/05/2019-Kew Gardens Trip (click here for letter)
  • 07/05/2019-KS 2 Book Look;
  • 24/05/2019-End of Summer 1 Term;
  • 03/06/2016-Back to School;
  • Homework is uploaded on the website on Friday and is due on Thursday.

  • Our PE day is on Wednesday. Please ensure your child brings in a full PE kit.

  • Reading diaries should be signed and brought to school EVERY DAY.

  • Our School Library day is  Thursday. Please ensure that your child brings in the library book on Wednesdays, in order to be  collected.

     

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       Homework

All homework is compulsory. If your child needs extra help, please note that we are running a Yr 4 Homework Club on  Wednesday  and Friday(12:30-13:00) and a Learning Club(every day 12:30-13:00).

BPS Homework Policy for KS 2

  • 3 pieces of homework per week; this will be available on the school website on a Friday and must be completed and handed in by Thursday each week; 

       Homework will include:

  • a spelling list to be learnt for a test on Friday;
  • a maths worksheet;
  • Mathletics- up to 5 tasks related to what has been covered recently;
  • a comprehension or a grammar worksheet; 
  • topic homework set in the format of a grid each half -term, which comprises of a variety of tasks (based on Art, History, Science, DT and IT research);
  • times tables should be practised regularly;
  • daily reading (at least 15 minutes).

Summer 1

-  Homework Grid (click here)

Expectation: children are expected to complete any three tasks per half term.

How many tasks have you completed so far? Make sure that you do at least 3 by Friday, 24th May.

 

English Homework    -weekly

Please make sure that your child completes the homework neatly, using  blue pens only.

Summer 1-Week 4-Reading Comprehension (click here for comfort zone, click here for challenge zone and here for  

                                                                      danger zone);

Summer 1-Week 4-Spellings (click here)

Summer 1-Week 1-Spellings(click here)

                                                              

Maths Homework -weekly

 Maths homework has to be completed on the given piece of paper(glued in the Maths Homework book) and will be self-marked within the Maths lesson every  Friday.              

Group 1

Mrs Tudorache's Maths Group

(click here for homework)

Group 2

Mrs Holmes' Maths Group

(click here for homework)

Group 3

Ms Jeevakanthan's Maths Group

(click here for homework)

Group 4

Ms Jackson's Maths Group

(click here for homework)

 

Extra Maths Homework

(click here )

 

 

Extra Grammar

Homework(click here)

 

Extra Reading Comprehension

Homework(click here )

 

 

    English

Click here for the Year 4 100 High Frequency Words

 

English Curriculum-Year 4  (click here)

     

Topic-  

Autumn 1 -click here for the overview

Autumn 2 -click here for the overview

Spring 1  -click here for the overview

Spring 2-click here for the overview

Summer 1-click here for the overview

Summer 2-click here for the overview

 

Summer 1-Amazing Amazon

 Virtual Trip to Amazon

Rainforest Habitats

Tropical Rainforests

Primary Homework Help

Rainforest Activities

 

Science-States of Matter

States of Matter Introduction

States of Matter Video

States of Matter Videos and Games

States of Matter Sorting Game 1

States of Matter Sorting Game 2

Compare the melting and freezing point of materials

Interactive Game

Changing the state of matter

 

Typing Skills    Which side of your brain is more dominant?

                                          

Air pollution

 



Soil and Land pollution

 

Sound pollution

 

Water pollution  

     

Roseberry Drive, Edgware, Middlesex, HA8 8JP

020 8359 5430

office@broadfields.net