Remember to let your teacher know if you need a reminder of your log-ins for anything. And also remember to record your reading in your reading record – even if you are reading independently! It lets your teachers know what you’re reading, what you enjoy and how we can help you. 🙂
Today, Year 4 enjoyed their educational visit to the Tower of London. This was a great way to find out a little bit more about the Tudors, and we even had the opportunity to meet Lady Latimer – aka Katherine Parr – shortly after she had accepted King Henry VIII’s marriage proposal! Do you remember what year we were in?
We found out about Henry’s previous five wives, and learnt the beginning of the rhyme, “Divorced, beheaded, died, divorced, beheaded…” but how does it end?! Can you find out what happened to his sixth and final wife?
The children were very excited by the ravens, and most of them managed to hang on to their lunches! We also had the opportunity to see the Crown Jewels.
Remember to keep having conversations at home about time! You can ask your adults questions like “What time is dinner?” and work out how long until dinner time, or “How long until bed time?” and work out what time it is now. Practise, practise, practise – you’re all getting there! 👍