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Remember to check out the homepage this afternoon for Mrs Crosse's final Celebration Assembly of this academic year.
I have enjoyed watching all of your amazing hidden talents. Thank you so much to everyone for sending them in.
All of the talents have been uploaded below (there may be more than one talent in each video, so keep watching!)
Watch the extraordinary talents of Orla, Gavin, Daniel, James, Donncha, Callum and Sebby (and not forgetting Maggie, the dog) on this video below:
Watch here to enjoy the amazing musical talents of Adam, Lorenzo, Dolores, Ola, Vineth, Elza and Sammy:
Prepare to be amazed by the great magician Florian:
Watch here for Fatima's outstanding baking talents. (The special effects of the video are great too!)
Some awesome archery talents from Matteo:.
Watch here to see the brilliant artistic skills of Lucio:
We're all in this together at STM! We're all in this together at STM! We're all in this together at STM!
Year 4/5- Mrs Ramsell and Mrs Cummins' class page
Please check the Homepage for this week's Statement to Live By.
Friday 10th July 2020
Good morning Year 4/5.
I can't believe that this is the last time I will message you as Year 4/5! I'm sorry that I did not not get the chance to end the term with you all in person, but I am very proud of you all. I have enjoyed teaching you all this year (some of you for almost two years now) and even though it was shorter than usual this year, you all made me smile and wowed me with your hard work and achievements. I hope that you all received your reports by email on Wednesday- they reflect how great you have all been this year and how hard you have been working. If you haven't already, please do reply just to let us know that you have received yours. Even though it will be the summer holidays, if you still want to email us to let us know how you are doing, or what you have been up to, please feel free to continue to use the Y4/5 email address. Obviously we may not reply straight away, but we will keep checking in :)
I will also be adding all of the amazing Talent Show entries on to this page later on today, so please do check back as there are some great talents out there in KS2!
I wish you all a safe and happy summer, and look forward to seeing you all back in September.
Take care and God Bless,
Year 4 English: Today, Olympian Sir Chris Hoy will be teaching you how to summarise. The lesson can be found here: https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zn4sm39
Year 5 English: Today you will also be taught some summarising skills by Olympian Sir Chris Hoy. The lesson can be found here: https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/z7vxdp3
Year 4 Maths: Today you can try out these maths challenges at: https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zrjxwnb
Year 5 Maths: Today you can try out these maths challenges at: https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/z387kty
As it is the last day of term, we would usually be enjoying a class party together. This afternoon, you can organise and hold your own end of term party to celebrate with your family. You might want to make some decorations, make some special food, play your favourite songs to dance to, or play some party games. Have fun!
I have also left Wednesday's Art activity, in case you didn't get the chance to have a go. (Thank you for the great photos some of you have sent to me of your own foil sculptures)
Mrs Shoker thought you might enjoy making these Giacometti inspired tin foil sculptures. Please do check with a parent before you use up all of their tin foil! I would love to see your finished figures so send a picture to our class email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The YouTube link to follow is: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GmKMhR55S-c
This week's NDCYS Missionary Dicipleship challenge is:
To make a decision on how you can help others. Watch the video here: http://chaplaincyblog.aquinas-cmat.org/2020/05/06/missionary-discipleship/ If you would like your entry to feature on the NDCYS website and live show on Friday at 2.30pm, please send a photo (or short video clip) of how you are going to complete this week's challenge. You can include a message too if you would like.
Please send these to: email@example.com and I shall enter them in to the challenge.
Click on this link to read this week's First News newspaper!
Please visit our Physical Education page for Active Anita and our new Virtual Athletics Challenge.
Do you want to walk for charity like Captain Tom?
Please do share your work with us (or any other activities that you have been up to) at:
Dear lovely Y4/Y5 class; I hope you are all doing well and having fun at home as well as working hard within your self-schooling. If you are baking or having good times outside in this gorgeous weather we have been having recently, send us some photos please, so we can see what you are up to. I can’t wait to finally see you all in our classroom, which I hope will happen very, very soon. Please keep your fingers crossed as much as I am. I miss your smiley faces, messy tables and fantastic ideas! Please stay positive, look after yourself and your loved ones. God Bless you all, Mrs. Baranowska
Here is a simple guide on how we can lead a short Rosary. You may already have some rosary beads, or you may want to follow this link to make your own using a pipe cleaner and some beads:
Helpful Maths No Problem guides, for a range of methods, can be found at:
Year 4/5 - Mrs Ramsell and Mrs Cummins' Class
Please find below a link to some resources which you might be able to use at home as a family to help focus on your relationship with God and to spend some time in prayer.
Year 4/5 Home Learning Pictures
Please click on this link to read a book illustrated by Axel Scheffler 'Coronavirus: A Book for Children':
Our keep fit video: