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Lowerhouse Junior School

Inspiring a lifelong love for learning

Year 4 - Kinney

Important Information

 

 

'Dear Parent. There has been a positive COVID-19 confirmed case within your child’s class Y4 KinneyY4 Kinney class has closed for those children and staff in this class who have been identified as a direct contact and who will need to self-isolate. Please do not send your child to school if you have been contacted directly by school. All parents with a child in Y4 Kinney, who has been identified as a direct contact, have been contacted and informed. Other family members within the household do not need to self-isolate UNLESS anybody in your household displays symptoms or has a positive test result. You may go to be tested at any time in our local area WITH or WITHOUT SYMPTOMS. All home learning information will be available on your child’s website class page on Monday 5th July at 8.30 am. We will keep you updated. Thank you for your support and understanding. Mrs Isherwood. Headteacher.'. 

Welcome to Kinney Class Page!

 

Our STAR of the week goes to Ashton Cain as he continues to work like a superstar every day. He is such a wonderful role model!

 

The Headteacher's award goes to Samuel Plane for always aspiring to perform brilliantly in everything he does, especially in his assessments this week! 

 

Online Learning

 

This week we will move back to our online learning. Please log onto Teams to view a timetable for the week and your assignments which have been set for you today. All Maths work has been set on the MyMaths website so please view and complete your work on there. Our class email will be up and running this week so if you have any problems please send an email to kinneyy4@lowerhouse.lancs.sch.uk 

 

Good luck and please remember that I, Mr Cathcart and Mrs Butterworth are all here to support you if you need any help at all.

 

 

Our Learning this week

This week we have looked at various folktales. We focused in particular on 'The Bird King'. Once we had studied this folktale for sometime we then had a go at writing our own folktales in the same style. We focused on suing complex sentences with adverb starters and also making sure we include all the punctuation required when using speech in our writing. The children created some wonderful pieces of writing that they should be very proud of!

 

In Maths this week the children have focused on division skills. We have focused on how to use a the written method for division so that we can then apply this skill to solving reasoning and problem solving questions. 

 

Well done to all the children in Kinney for continuing to try your best.

 

Reminders

 

Swimming Sessions Year 4 Kinney Class

Swimming Letter for Kinney

Key school dates for parents / carers/ guardians