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Home Learning 

I hope you are all keeping safe and well at home and being those amazing role models I know you all are! Below is the timetable link for your online learning. If you have any questions, or cannot access internet from home, you can request a pack from school by emailing our class email address.

4G@shawprimary.thurrock.sch.uk

 

Timetable week beginning 25.1.21

Timetable week beginning 18.1.21

Timetable week beginning 11.01.21

If your child has a Special Educational Need and/or Disability (SEND) or a particular area of concern, click on the link below where you will find additional information, support, advice and resources that can help you and your child at home.

 

https://www.shawprimaryacademy.co.uk/send/

Home Learning 4G

 

Welcome to 4G's Class Page! 

 

We are busy working our way through the Autumn Term and enjoying our time so far. This term we are learning about Africa in our Topic and our PE lessons are Thursdays (indoor) and Fridays (outdoor). 

Make sure you are reading regularly, practising your spellings and bringing in a water bottle to school every day! 

 

Take a look at what we have been getting up to in class recently! 

 

Miss Goodwin. 

Science - Electricity.

For our topic of Electricity in Science, the children got the opportunity to get hands on with some scientific equipment and started to make a circuit. They worked well as teams to get the lightbulb to light up, using all the components they were given! 

Performance Poetry

 

As part of National Poetry Day, the children had the opportunity to look at a range of poems and poets and begin to understand the meaning. They then had the chance to perform their poem using actions, facial expressions and emotions.

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Art 

 

As part of our Art during the first half of the Autumn term, the children worked over the weeks to evaluate, research, design and produce their own African print. As you can see there were a range of unique prints with a reason behind each colour, pattern and print. The children really enjoyed making these and understanding the culture behind them!