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Thursday 30th April

Thursday 30th April 2020



Remember to stay active throughout the day.  Have you seen the dance skills of some of our staff and pupils posted on our new school Twitter account @SchoolScotby ?  Remember you can always start your day by joining Joe Wicks for his daily live P.E. session which can be accessed here:  



Do you have a favourite place to read?  Have you or could you create a cosy reading space indoors or outdoors?  Wherever you like to read, try to set aside some time to read independently or aloud to someone in your family.  Please do send photos via our class email if you would like to see your reading space on our class page. 


If you have a Lexia or Nessy login, don't forget to keep up with your usage.  Try to spread it out throughout the week in short blocks (i.e. no more than 20 mins at a time).



If you haven’t already done so, please log on to Spelling Shed and try to complete this week’s game 5 times.  Remember you can increase (or decrease) the difficulty if necessary. 


If you have completed this assignment and you are looking for something else, why not try one or two of the activities from the ‘Challenge Weeks’ pack.  You can use this week’s spellings or choose some of the tricky words from the Year 3/4 additional word list. 



Have a go at one of these English lessons on the BBC Bitesize website using the links below: 


Y3 = Using apostrophes to show possession  


Y4 = Using inverted commas to show speech  


Quick Maths

Please log on to My Maths and complete the multiplication task set for today.



I am setting a couple of additional fraction problem solving tasks as a follow-up to yesterday’s Year 3 work, though these problems are more straightforward as they do not involve multiple steps.  Please work through the PowerPoint activities as well as the PDF sheet (answers provided for both tasks).

Year 4, please follow the link to the next White Rose Maths lesson:  

Summer Term – Week 2

Lesson 4 – Ordering money



The Five Pillars of Islam are the key beliefs and duties of a Muslim.  Each pillar has a different name and the fourth pillar is all about Ramadan, which you found out about last week.  


I would like you to find out a little bit more about each of the five pillars so that you can complete the sheet below.  You may use the PowerPoint provided to help with your research, and you will also find a useful collection of resources, including videos, under the title ‘Islam’ on the Espresso Discovery Education website (remember your login details can be found on your password sheet):