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Class Teacher: Mrs Cunningham

Teaching Assistant: Mrs Manning (Shared with Class 5)

Italian Lessons

Our Italian Teacher, Miss Marinello, has very kindly put together on line units so the children can continue their Italian Studies!

Please click on the link here to find on-line units for Class 3, Class 4, Class 5 and Class 6!

13th July

First take a look at a short video from me!


On the 18th July we celebrate Nelson Mandela Day so here are a number of activities to help you to learn more about this important and influential man.

Reading comprehension


  • This week we’re going to take another look at quadrilaterals.
  • Read through this list of shapes and their definitions and properties first.

Activity 1 – Finding quadrilaterals

  • Look around you.
  • Can you see any quadrilaterals?
  • Draw and label the types of quadrilaterals you can see.
  • Properties of quadrilaterals 13.07
  • Quadrilaterals have four sides.
  • Can you draw a four-sided shape which is not a quadrilateral?

Activity 2

Activity 3


6th July




  • This week I would like you to write about what you miss about school and what you are looking forward to most in September.
  • Have you missed your friends most?
  • The teachers?
  • School trips?
  • Are you looking forward to art lessons
  • or PE for example?
  • Seeing and playing with your friends again?
  • Remember your punctuation and paragraphs.

Reading comprehension

Sunday 5th July marked the 72nd birthday of the NHS!


Exciting news!!  From 7 July a free click and collect service will be available from the following Lewisham libraries:

  • Deptford Lounge
  • Downham Library
  • Forest Hill Library
  • Manor House Library
  • Torridon Road Library.

Ask your adult to call 020 8314 8024, email libraries@lewisham.gov.uk or place your reservations on their online library catalogue. If you call or email you will need to leave your:

  • first name
  • surname
  • author’s name and title of any books you want to reserve
  • your borrower number, which is on your library card.

They will contact you to let you know when and where you can get your books. Sounds good to me!



29th June 2020


This week you are going to write a letter to your teacher to tell them all about what you’ve been doing and learning at home.

Letters need to be written in paragraphs so that they make sense and are easy to read.

In your letter, each paragraph should talk about something different. For example:

  • Paragraph 1 = what you have learnt in your home schooling
  • Paragraph 2 = what you have enjoyed doing the most
  • Paragraph 3 = what you are looking forward to when you go back to school

Letters also contain questions so that the recipient (the person receiving the letter) can write back and answer those questions. Questions start with one of the five w’s:

  • who
  • what
  • why
  • where
  • when

Questions can also start with words like ‘did’, ‘how’, ‘do’ and ‘which’ and should always end with a question mark.

First, complete the planning sheet and then start writing your letter.
When you write your letter to your teacher remember:

  • Write three paragraphs following the structure of your planning sheet. Between each paragraph leave a line.
  • Each paragraph should be between four and seven sentences long and include lots of detail.
  • Planning a letter 29.06

When you have finished your letter, you could put it in an envelope. Keep it somewhere safe until you return to school and can give it to your teacher.  Or you could ask your adult to take a photo on their phone or write it in Word and email it to:admin@stsaviours.lewisham.sch.uk  Remember to include your name!

Reading comprehension

  • This week would be the start of the Wimbledon tennis championships here in London.  
  • It’s cancelled this year but you could watch an all-British event that the Murray brothers have organised on TV instead.  
  • Also go to your local park for a game and then complete the comprehension. Answers at the back.
  • Wimbledon reading comprehension 29.06
  • Wimbledon wordsearch
    Wimbledon wordsearch 29.06

Book review

What books have you been reading?  



  • This week it’s Children’s Art Week.  
  • I’ve attached some art challenge cards and would like you to pick one and have a go.  
  • Send your finished piece into the admin address – admin@stsaviours.lewisham.sch.uk
  • Art week challenge cards 29.06


22nd June 2020

Reading comprehension
This week’s reading comprehension is about the performance poet Benjamin Zephaniah.
We will be going over Money this week.
Great news this week!  St Saviours Church is opening its doors for private prayer between 11am and 1pm each day.  See their website for more details:https://stsaviourslewisham.org.uk/
This week we will be looking at friendship and forgiveness.
  • Read through the PowerPoint presentation and then have a go at the following activity: Colossians PPT 22.06
  • Write a letter to a friend saying why you are friends and how you might continue this friendship in the future.
  • Use some of the Scripture used in this topic.
We will be learning about sound this week.

15th June 2020


Adding fractions.



Reading comprehension

The summer solstice is coming up (on the 21st June) so find out all about it in this comprehension, with the answers at the back.

Fronted adverbials


  • Lewisham Library are launching their Summer Reading Challenge 2020 – Silly Squad.
  • It will be a digital offer.
  • Children can join the challenge on the Reading Agency website.
  • https://summerreadingchallenge.org.uk/

The new platform provides a fun, immersive and safe environment for children to achieve their reading goals and explore the Silly Squad theme.

  • Children must create a free account to take part, this is a simple process and requires approval by an adult (via email). The Reading Agency are required by law to use this two-step authentication process for children under the age of 16.
  • Although you must have an account to take part in the actual Challenge, lots of other content will be available on the website for everyone to explore.
  • Children taking part will be asked to set their own reading goal.  However, The Reading Agency will still be suggesting six books as the best goal to try for.
  • Digital certificates can be printed out.

Lewisham Library are also offering free e-books while the libraries remain closed.  Visit their website to download and start reading!


This week let’s think about Absolution.

  • Take a look at this image of a Priest absolving someone of their sins.
  • Absolution image

Think about these questions:

  • What does it mean to be absolved?
  • Who is forgiving a person  their sins?
  • Why does the priest raise his hands?
  • Why do you think there is a choice for the priest to give a prayer or an action for the penance?

Complete these activities:

  • Think about the kind of penance that might be helpful to someone who has received the Sacrament of Reconciliation.
  • Write down your reasons and the possible effect it might have on the person.
  • Reflect on some of the ways you wish to do better.
  • Compose a prayer about this and the help/support you seek from the Holy Spirit.

Optional activity

  • It’s Father Day on the 21st June so make your Dad/ Grandad/ Uncle/ Brother a card to show them how much you appreciate them.

8th June 2020



Let’s really make sure we know our 7 times tables this week.

Next, let’s go over multiplication using the grid method.


This week we are looking at the Act of Contrition.

  • Read through the presentation and then think about the questions.
  • Act of contrition Matthew 5_23-24 08.06.20
  • Take time to pause and reflect.
  • Write your own prayer of sorrow to God.
  • It will be called an Act of Contrition.


Let’s take another look at Food Chains.


I hope that you are all doing some form of exercise.

Art/ DT

Extra learning


1st June


It was Pentecost Sunday on the 31st May so I’ve prepared some activities around this very special day in the Church calendar.

  • Pentecost reading comprehension (answers at the back)
  • Pentecost word scramble

Part of our learning in Year 4 is to learn about different suffixes (endings added to the stem of words which change them into nouns, adjectives or verbs).


I’d like you to go through the videos and activities on BBC Bitesize to revise equivalent fractions:

Also here’s a couple of worksheets to make sure you’ve got it:

Times tables – I’ve attached a times tables worksheet that will help you to see which times tables you still have to learn.


Take a look at this PowerPoint presentation, think about the questions at the end and then complete this activity:

25th May 2020


This week I’ve continued from last week’s video on Perimeter and made a short video on Area.

Area Activity


As many of us having been planting over Lockdown, our reading comprehension is on Seeds and Weeds.

Using similes and metaphors.  Go to

Possessive apostrophes


Read this story called A friend I Once Had then answer the questions.  Next:

  • Make a list of friends you have had for a long time. For each friend, record:
  • How did you meet your friend?
  • What made you become friends?
  • What do you do together?
  • What do you like about your friend?
  • Is there anything you don’t like about your friend?
  • Is there anything your friend doesn’t like about you?
  • In what ways have you helped to change one another?
  • Collate and classify your findings under headings:
  • ‘Why we made friends’ and ‘Why we stayed friends’.
  • You could put all your work into a presentation and share to admin@stsaviours.lewisham.sch.uk
  • A friend I once had RE 25.05
Have a good half term week!

Simple ICT Safety 15 minute activities to do with your child

Click on the links below for each activity pack. Every link contains two 15-minute activities to do with a child:

18th May 2020


This week I have made a short video explaining perimeter.

  • Please watch the video and then have a go at the activity and worksheet. (answer sheet also attached) – https://youtu.be/Drd9xwZDJmM
  • Worksheet

6 times tables


As we are seeing a lot more of our native birds in our gardens and parks this week the comprehension is on Garden Birds:

  • Spellings – go onto the Spelling Frame website – http://www.spellingframe.co.uk and click on Year 3/4 to brush up on your spellings.
  • Reading – As I mentioned previously the  Audible website has loads of free audio books for children for free.
  • You can also email admin@stsaviours.lewisham.sch.uk and get your childs login details for the Scholastic website with lots of free books for them to read.
  • Many famous authors are reading their books online for free, for example David Walliams: https://www.worldofdavidwalliams.com/elevenses/
  • Garden Birds comprehension 18.05


This Thursday is Ascension Day when we remember Jesus ascending into heaven.

It is a Holy Day of Obligation for Catholics so you can watch Mass being celebrated live from St Saviours Church on:


Mrs Brown has sent a short Science assessment for you to complete.

Also check out this website with some jokes you might enjoy and ideas for home experiments:

Museum virtual tours


5th May 2020

ICT Safety Homework Pack

Home activity pack 1

Home activity pack 2

Home activity pack 3

Home activity pack 4

4th May 2020

Firstly, I was really happy to see some work on the Home Learning Gallery from Class 4!

Well done to Elizabeth for her super Easter learning and Daniel for his fantastic St George fact file.

Keep them coming in!


I’ve put together another short video to explain expanded noun phrases. Check it out by clicking on the link then complete the worksheets.

This year is unusual (for another reason!) in that May Day Bank Holiday is this Friday and not Monday because of VE Day anniversary.

Complete the VE Day comprehension to find out more about it –


Revise adding and subtracting fractions – there’s a worksheet on each –

Make sure you keep up with your times tables.

If you don’t know them already, this week learn your 7 times tables by watching this:

Multiply and 2 digit number by a 1 digit number.

Go to BBC Bitesize, watch the videos to remind yourself of what to do and then complete the activities:


We would be learning about Morse Code as a way of communicating if we were at school but this also fits in very well with VE Day celebrations this week.

Try and work out the code using the alphabets at the back –


This week read about St Peter and St John as they start to spread the Good News about Jesus in the PPT presentation and then prepare a set of questions for Peter and John to find out why they did what they did. Use these to interview Peter and John through an interview scenario.

You could write out the questions and answers like we’ve done quite a few times in class.


Have a go at making this Spitfire paper glider –

27th April 2020


I have put together a short video to explain multiplying and dividing by 10 and 100.  This is revision as we have covered this subject in class.  So watch the video and then complete the Multiplying and Dividing by 10 and 100 worksheet.


I would like you to look again and rounding numbers.  Visit the BBC Bitesize website and watch the videos and then complete the activities:


I’d like you to refresh your learning on the 11 and 12 times tables.  Watch the videos and then practice writing them out, see how many you can get right:

11 times table:


12 times table:


There’s also a times tables challenge for you to complete.


As Ramadan started on Friday, I’ve included a Ramadan reading comprehension.  There’s also a Powerpoint explaining prepositions (I know it says Year 3 but this is revision) and then a worksheet to complete.

Then I’d like you to look again at Determiners.  Go through the Determiners PPT and then complete the Determiners test.


I’d like you to read the two presentations, Peter’s message and PentecostThen look carefully at the painting of the Pentecost by Titian. Describe what is happening in the painting, the colour, the symbols etc. and how this links to the scripture.


20th April 2020

Message from Miss Cunningham



I would like you to focus on your 6 and 9 times tables this week.  Watch these videos and then compete the worksheets.  If you don’t have a printer you can copy the work off the screen.



There are also addition and subtraction sheets using the column method.  The answers are included for you to check afterwards.

Then some revision on grid multiplication.


Please complete the comprehension on St George who’s feast day is the 23rd April.

In addition please do some independent research on England’s patron saint and make a fact file or poster to show all you have learnt.  Please include drawings and Did you know top facts!  Ask your adult to take a photo and send to:


Watch this short video to refresh your memory on inverted commas and then complete the Comic book speech worksheet:



We would be starting to learn about robots and communications this half term and so to start off this topic I would like to ask you to do a DT project.  Have a look on the internet to get some ideas and then have a go and using up some of your recycling and making a junk robot.  You could use a cereal box for the body and a tissue box for its head perhaps. What about kitchen roll tubes for the arms?


There’s loads of ideas on pinterest.

If you can read The Iron Man by Ted Hughes.  If you can’t get a copy there are some free downloads or you can hear it read to you for free (30 day free trial) on Audible:



ICT Safety Work

6th April 2020

Easter Holiday Home Learning

It’s now the start of the two weeks Easter holidays but here are some lessons and activities to keep your mind ticking over.  If you need to finish any of last weeks’ activities or want to continue with your paper pack then that’s great too. Please remember to email through any work that you are proud of to: admin@stsaviours.lewisham.sch.uk

There is some English and Maths and also:


We are now in the most important part of the Church calendar.  With parental permission, please take a look at the YouTube channel our wonderful Priests have set up, where you can set “live” Masses: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCttUCYWMoNehfG_PxW1r5Bw?app=desktop

You can also click through from the Church’s website.

Things you could do:
1. A local church is encouraging people to make a cross out of anything they have in the house…socks, books, eggs, pencils…and share the pictures. What can you make yours out of? Please do email in any photos of your crosses and I will share for everyone to admin@stsaviours.lewisham.sch.uk
2. You could make a cardboard box with a hole in the front into the tomb of Jesus, make 3 crosses to go on top and roll a stone in front of the hole until Easter Sunday. Then roll away the stone and place a torch or silver foil inside and then draw lots of flowers allover the tomb.
3. You could listen to some Easter songs on Youtube
4. You could draw to display in your house to remind your family of the hope that we have in Jesus.
5. You could read Matthew chapters 26 and 27 and 28 .
Resources for week of 9th April

2nd April 2020

Castles Project for all ages

Class 4 Work 30.3.20

In addition to your printed home learning packs, here are some extra resources that you might like to do with your child at home this week.  There are English and Maths resources plus an Easter craft activity.  Then RE, topic and PE ideas.

Reflect: What good deeds did you do this week? Write a prayer to ask God to help you to get closer to Jesus in this time of Lent.

Think of when Jesus entered Jerusalem on a donkey. If you can, read Holy Gospel according to Matthew, 21:1-11. If possible watch clips on BBC Bitesize:

Draw a picture or a storyboard to represent what happened. What would Jesus say to the people of Jerusalem?

Challenge: Draw your own palm tree leaf (template attached) and write what sort of welcome would you organise, if Jesus were to enter Lewisham today.  Take a photo and get your adult to email it to the school and we will upload it to the school website.

TOPIC – Stormy Weather:

Create a daily weather diary.  You could split this into 2 sections, one for Lewisham/ London and one for Topeka, Kansas, USA which is one of the cities in Tornado alley which we were learning about.  Are there similarities and differences?  Get your adult to take a picture of your diary (it could be a little book like we made for World Book Day or a chart) and we will upload it to the school website!


I have been trying the Joe Wicks workout for kids on YouTube – it’s only about 30 minutes and daily Monday-Friday.  It’s great.

PE with Joe : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qGKGNzNbWjU


30th March 2020

KS2 Writing

KS2 Creative Writing

KS2 Daily Maths Workout

KS2 Fractions Lesson

KS2 Converting Units of Measure (practical task and worksheets)

ICT Work

Mr Chown’s KS2 YouTube Lessons