Wednesday 29th April
Good morning Year 4!
Thanks for all the amazing learning you have been sending through to us and sharing on the Padlet!
Feeling worried is normal, just like all feelings. The problem is, sometimes our worries become very big and we can’t stop thinking about them. One very good way to stop our worries taking over our thoughts is to talk to someone.
Sometimes, talking to a familiar adult is a good idea. If you would like to let a school adult know that you are worried or feel unsafe in any way, please go to the Well-Being tab on our website and select ‘Worried?’ from the drop down menu. On the page, you will see a ‘Worry Button’. If you click the button, a box will appear and you can type a message. Your message will be sent to an adult from Chilton. They will find a way to help you.
Sometimes, talking to someone else can help. On the ‘Worried?’ section of the website, you will find lots of links to other websites. You can click on these and you’ll find information, contact numbers and details of people who are able to help you.
Remember, it is normal to feel worried sometimes but if your worry is all you can think about, it is best to talk to a grown up.
If you feel unsafe, for any reason, please contact us using the worry button or use one of the provided links to find help.
On to today's learning!
It's a Wednesday investigation! How many objects can you find in your home that have a perimeter of UNDER 100cm and how many objects can you find that have a perimeter of OVER 100cm? Share your investigations on Padlet!
SPAGADAY includes some spelling practise (a list of 3/4 spelling has been attached). Guided Reading and English involves a story entitled 'A Busy Morning' and requires you to complete an interesting diary entry.
Today you will be learning about Buddha and the Ploughing Festival. Have a go at answering some questions or writing a blurb for the story!
Have a wonderful day
The Year 4 team x