Week 2

Monday 30th March 2020


Good Morning Year 4 and Parents,


I am hoping you all had a good weekend and welcome to week 2 of 'online learning.' Although its been just over a week since I've seen you last, it has felt much longer! 


During this difficult time, I will continue to post suggested resources daily. Please complete as much as you can. These are only suggested, so if you do not manage to complete all the activities daily, do not worry. However, I will post as many resources as I can for those who need it.  Just remember any learning you do, please record in you work book or by photo. 


As always, find below today's suggested resources.


I will post again tomorrow, 


Thinking of you all!


Mr Cannon


"We grow great by dreams."
Woodrow Wilson

Tuesday 31st March 2020


Good Morning and welcome to Tuesday!


Please find below today's suggested activities. 


Question of the Day:

Only two countries use purple in their national flags. Can you find out which two countries they are? 


Keep safe and will post again tomorrow,


Mr Cannon


"Always keep a positive mindset, it will improve your outlook on the world."
Roald Dahl

Wednesday 01st April 2020


Good Morning Year 4 and Parents,


Hope you are well and enjoyed designing your own totem poles and dream catchers?


Did you find the answer to yesterday's 'Question of the Day?' Find the answer in the link below. 


Here is today's 'Question of the day'  Which animal is the tallest in the world?


Please find below today's suggested activities.


Keep safe and I will post again tomorrow,


Mr Cannon


"The secret of getting ahead is getting started."
Mark Twain

Thursday 02nd April 2020


Good Morning and welcome to Thursday!


Please find below today's activities. There is just one English task today. 


Question of the Day


Of course the answer to yesterday's question was: Giraffe. 


The average giraffe stands 14 to 19 feet tall. Most of a giraffe's height comes from its famously long neck, which can extend almost 7 feet.  Giraffes in the wild have been known to live up to 40 years. If you want find out more about the other tallest animals on the planet, click the link below.


Today's question is: What's the smallest country in the world?


Keep safe and I will post again tomorrow,


Mr Cannon


"In any moment of decision, the best thing you can do is the right thing. The worst thing you can do is nothing."
Theodore Roosevelt

Friday 03rd April 2020


Well I cant believe it's Friday again! I hope you are all well?


Today is the last day I will be posting Writing, Grammar, Reading, Maths and Curriculum activities daily for two weeks. Although rest assured I will be posting again daily after the Easter Holidays (Ironic I know!). 


However, during the Easter break, I will  be providing Easter projects that you can complete over the next two weeks. 


Question of the Day


Who found the answer to yesterday's question?


Answer: Vatican City 


The Vatican City is located in the City of Rome. It is a landlocked country and is home to the head of the Roman Catholic Church (The Pope). Total population: 801 


To find out more about the 10 world's smallest countries, click the link below:


Find blow today's suggested activities,


Keep Safe, and enjoy the weekend! I will post the Easter projects on Monday! 


Mr Cannon


"The time is always right to do what is right."
Martin Luther King, Jr.

Leaders have high expectations and pupils are polite and well mannered. Behaviour is "good". Ofsted 2023