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Kingsnorth Primary School

KingsnorthChurch of England Primary School

Year 4

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Welcome back to Term 6! We hope you all managed to have a restful half term break.

Thank you all for continuing to engage with the home learning for the last two terms. It has been lovely to see all of your hard work and to see all of the great things you have been doing at home. As you are aware some children will be returning to school and in preparation for this we have created a social story for you to share with your child/ren. It will hopefully help to prepare them for the changes they will see once they are back to school. Please see the attachment below for the 'Welcome back Social story for Year4'

We will continue to correspond with you via See Saw and our year 4 email address. Please also continue to use the links/activities/ideas below: new activities have been added. Remember, this is not an expectation but it is useful to continue to develop the basic skills and reading during this time.

Just a reminder that Miss Howard and Miss Ciantar are still on maternity and Mr Fenna will  will be responding to Butchart classes emails/work.

Please make sure children continue to wash their hands regularly. Here is a NHS guide: How to wash your hands properly

Childline: It can be difficult to cope when there’s so much changing around us. Children may be worried about schools closing, friends or relatives getting ill or what'll happen in the future. There is lots of advice at Childline either by phone or on their website. 0800 1111 Childline

Advice and ideas for parents: How to help children when schools are closed

Let children keep up-to-date with current affairs by watching Newsround

The Coronavirus: A Book for Children is now an audiobook on Audible Stories to share with your children.

**UPDATE** Class Worship - Who needs help?

In response to the Black Lives Matter protests, the Diocese have put together an excellent Collective Worship using Powerpoint to share with your children at home. We have added the Powerpoint to the links at the bottom of this page. 

Online Safety for your child.

Please click on the link below to access advice on how you can keep your child safe online, including a helpful tool to support you in having the right conversations about online safety. Also included on the site are a list of activities that you can do with your child at home. 

Reading skills:

There are question mats and reading skills sheets attached to the bottom for any learning surrounding reading.

Go to

Click on the Teacher portal and enter


Password  Parents20!

And click  Login

If children wish to take quizzes at home, please follow this link Children have been allowed to take 5 books home during the school closures. Children can also watch the Kingsnorth staff read their favourite books on our youtube channel.


Please come and watch our staff read to you by clicking on the link below.…/UCLvi4acAvu-Vozu969I6R6g/featured

SPAG: apostrophes, plural spelling, fronted adverbials and conjunctions. useful websites:

Maths - Linking our division facts with fractions and decimals: knowing that these are one part of a whole. Here are some Maths apps you might want to use.

To practice times tables at home:

Useful websites for home learning activities and how to log on to Twinkl: