Class 4 – Activities at Home – 02.04.20

Before you start today, check out yesterday’s answers.


As always, you don’t have to do these activities at a set time or in a set order – that’s all up to you. Also, you don’t have to be doing work all day! Feel free to send in some pictures or videos of some of the other things you have been doing at home.



There will be 4 hive games today:

Game 1 (slightly easier) – 1:30pm – 761649
Game 2 (slightly harder) – 1:35pm – 297612
Game 3 (hard) – 1:40pm – 410630
Game 4 (v. hard) – 1:45pm – 157041


Today’s games will be open to Class 3 again, and remember, anyone to beat Miss Relph will win a prize! We have 5 winners so far!


A Battle of the Bands between Hawks and Falcons started yesterday- which will end on Friday (at 15:00).

Scores (and top 3 contributors) as of this morning:


Early Bird Maths

EBM – 02.04 


Problems of the day


Bar Models

Questions 1 and 2 with bars

Questions 3 and 4 with bars


Challenge of the day

This question is much harder than it seems!

How many squares are there on a chessboard?


Sentence / Fragment / Run-on

1.) I haven’t got time.
2.) Could you pass me the salt?
3.) Until I’d seen it, I didn’t really quite how big Mt. Everest was.
4.) Before you go, put the chickens away.
5.) My brother, who is called Carl, had unfortunately run out of money because he’d spent it all yesterday whilst shopping with his friend.
6.) I’m here.
7.) I like ham sandwiches, but chicken is probably my favourite.
8.) The house on the top of the hill seemed like it actually had chicken legs…
9.) He’s upstairs, reading.
10.) I jumped.



Your writing task for English over the next few days will be very purposeful.

With the on-going isolating we are all having to do, it would be nice if as many of you as possible could write a letter to the residents at the care home.


Try and plan your letter carefully (think particularly about what you want to put in each paragraph). Remember, the first paragraph should introduce why you are writing (to see how they are doing).

As well as asking them questions about how they are doing, and how things might be different for them during these times.

You may choose to then talk about things you have done since school closed, what you like and dislike about it, what you’re looking forward to doing when it’s over


Ideally, I would aim for about one page of A4 for your letter.


If possible, please complete your letter on Word (or a similar word processing program) – as I will need to email them onto the care home.


If you have any questions about what to include in your letter or how to set it out, then feel free to email me.



Some of you may have seen this already, but he’s some guides on how to draw a few (rather random) things by an illustrator (Rob Biddulph). Choose your favourite and have a go! You can have a got at as many of these as you wish. I’d love to see what you all create.