Monday – St John Bosco

Monday 1st March 2021

Year 4 Maths

L.O: To consolidate division strategies

In today’s lesson, we will be consolidating division strategies by solving a variety of division reasoning questions.

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Year 4 English

L.O: To retell a narrative.

Today, we will be using a story map to remember and verbally retell a narrative.


Please log into Oxford Owl and complete the unit ‘Spell the Vowel – ee sound (ee, ea, e, y)’

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Guided Reading

Today, we want you to listen to chapter 5 of Alice in Wonderland.

Please look at the document for your Guided Reading activity.


Think about the people with whom you have a relationship. Some might be close relationships like their parents, friends or siblings and others more distant, such as uncles, parents of friends, teachers etc.

Write down the names of everyone they can think of with whom you have a relationship. Write them on the ends of the lines surrounding their name. You can add more lines if they need to. You could draw shorter lines for close relationships, longer lines for more distant.

Then, think about what sort of ways of behaving are helpful/unhelpful to your relationships. Write examples down in the table to the right of the sheet.

Year 4 RE

LO: To give reasons for our actions during Lent

Lent is a season for Christians to pray and fast as Jesus did in the desert and to try and resist temptation to do what is wrong. Lent is often referred to as a desert experience. Why do you think this is so?  

Read the teaching of Jesus about prayer, fasting and almsgiving in the word document attached to this page. 

Why do you think prayer, fasting and almsgiving are important observances for Christians today? Why do we raise money for charities like Father Hudson’s at school?


Create a recipe for a successful Lent. Think about the ingredients that you need and the methods that you would use to mix them together.

Key vocabulary to use in your writing: 

Temptation, prayer, fasting, almsgiving, forgiveness