St Christopher’s RC Nursery & Primary School

Together in faith, friendship, kindness and courage.

Mr Ian Noone - Headteacher

St Christopher's Road, Ashton-under-Lyne, Tameside OL6 9DP

0161 330 5880

"Aspire not to have more but to be more." Oscar Romero"Peace begins with a smile." Mother Teresa"For it is in giving that we receive." St Francis of Assisi"We are called to make the earth a beautiful garden." Pope Francis"Let no one ever come to you without leaving happier." Mother Teresa"I have come so that they can have life and have it to the full." John 10:10"Jesus said I am the way, the truth and the life." John 146

Year 4

Year 4 Home Schooling: Week Beginning Monday 13th July                   Reading everyday                          Oak academy: https://www.thenational.academy/

 

English Maths Other
Monday Oak Academy- Week 1- Day 1
• CGP Reading – ‘Gregor and the curse of the Warmbloods’ pg 16
• CGP KS2 Grammar, Punctuation & spelling – ‘Verb agreement’ pg 30

Oak Academy- Week 1- Day 1
• CGP KS2 Maths – ‘Units’ pg 42

 

 R.E. - Read the story about the lost sheep from God’s Story 3 page 104 The Good Shepherd based on Luke 15:3-6,7.
Imagine you are a lost sheep. They hear Jesus calling them; they come out from a hiding place where they have gone because they know
they have done wrong. Like the lost sheep, they allow themselves to be led home.
The Sacrament of Reconciliation brings us back to God, who forgives us and absolves us from our sins. G
od’s mercy and love is like the tenderness shown in the story. We can be sure God loves us.
• Listen to John Burland’s song Year 4 CD2 Track 7 My Shepherd.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NmAmk971ssI 

Why do you think God would go in search of the ‘lost’? Explain why God would do this.

 

Tuesday Oak Academy- Week 1- Day 2
• CGP Reading – ‘Pheasant’s revolt’ pg 10
• CGP KS2 Grammar, Punctuation & spelling – ‘Confusing words’ pg 32

 Oak Academy- Week 1- Day 2
• CGP KS2 10-minute weekly workouts – Workout 8
• CGP KS2 Maths – ‘Perimeter’ pg 44
• Timestable Rockstars

 R.E - People get lost when they deliberately do something wrong, hurting others, themselves or the world they live in.
That is what is called ‘sin’. It is anything deliberately chosen – to think, say or do.
When Jesus was teaching, someone came up to him and asked him what he thought was the greatest commandment of all.
This is what Jesus replied: “You must love the Lord your God with all your heart, with all your soul, and with all your mind,
and with all your strength.” The second most important commandment is this: “Love your neighbour as yourself.”
There is no other commandment more important than these two. Mark 12: 30-31

Christians try to build bridges towards one another every day. They ‘examine their consciences’ to see how they have kept these two
commandments. Our conscience is like a voice or feeling inside us. This is the Holy Spirit helping us to respond to God.

• Remember a time when you have reached out to someone you have hurt or offended.
Describe how the bridge was broken and give reasons for how you rebuilt the bridge.

Wednesday

 Oak Academy- Week 1- Day 3
• CGP KS2 Grammar, Punctuation & Spelling – ‘Negatives’ pg 35



 
•Oak Academy- Week 1- Day 3

CGP KS2 Maths – ‘Area’ pg 46

 

Science - Oak Academy - How are organisms adapted to live underwater?

Thursday

 • Oak Academy- Week 1- Day 4
• CGP KS2 Grammar, Punctuation & spelling – ‘Suffixes – double letters’ pg 76
• Handwriting practice

• Oak Academy- Week 1- Day 4
• CGP KS2 Maths – ‘Money’ pg 48
• TImestable Rockstars

 

 

Friday

• Oak Academy- Week 1- Day 5
• CGP KS2 Grammar, Punctuation & Spelling – ‘Suffixes – ation, ous’ pg 78

 • Oak Academy- Week 1- Day 5
• CGP KS2 Maths – ‘Clocks’ & ‘Time problems’ pg 50-51
• Timestable rockstars

• Oak Academy - To create an optical illusion: Wiggly columns

 

 

Mr Ian Noone - Headteacher

St Christopher's Road, Ashton-under-Lyne, Tameside OL6 9DP

admin@st-christophers.tameside.sch.uk

0161 330 5880