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St. Mary's Primary School, Stewartstown, Co Tyrone

Home Learning

Mon 22nd February 2021

P5 Home Learning: Monday 22nd February- Friday 26th February 2021

I hope you all really enjoyed your mid- term break from school, had a good rest and did lots of fun things. Hopefully we won’t have to have Home Learning for an awful lot longer and then we can get back to normal school life, working together in our class and getting the opportunity to do all the things that we enjoy when we are there.

But you have been amazing children all the way through to this point and your portfolios are testament to the hard work and dedication you have put into keeping up with all your school work and engaging with me and school.  All your completed tasks and photos of how you ae managing make me smile every day and whilst all of this has been tiring and challenging I have been blessed with having all of you to keep me going.

And so we begin another week of our tasks. This time you will see that IXL has been built into your work every day and I hope it was easy for you to install on your laptop in our trial week before mid-term and that your sign-in details are all working accordingly. Any problems, as always message me and I’ll try my very best to get things sorted.

As always, do what is possible for you, some things may be difficult as we go along but just do your very best (as you already do each and every day) and the rest will fall into place as time goes by. Most of all, I want you to be happy and content and not worrying or being stressed. Remember I couldn’t be more proud of you than I already am and I want you to be proud of yourselves too. You are so, so special!!! Never forget that!!

God bless, Mrs Hamill, xx


Monday 22nd February 2021

Literacy: “The clock strikes thirteen” comprehension worksheet- Text- Level section- Q.1-4 and Q6(a).

Numeracy: ‘Copy and complete each decimal number sequence’ (Decimals- ordering) worksheet- Pg72.

IXL: Complete approximately 15 mins on IXL Maths. – Year 4- Maths-Decimals CC.1- CC.4

(I can log in as your teacher and see what task you have worked on and how long you spent and how well it went, so don’t worry about trying to send me evidence of this through Class Dojo)

Please also complete Monday night’s homework tasks, spellings and reading.

Revise 3 and 4 times tables.


Tuesday 23rd February 2021

Literacy: “Nouns- Possession (Apostrophes)” worksheet – Pg 35: Sections A and B.

Numeracy: ‘Write in decimal form how far…’ (Decimals: using and applying) worksheet- Pg: 73

IXL: Complete approximately 15 mins on IXL English – Year 4 – any activity of your choice

Please also complete Tuesday night’s homework tasks, spellings and reading.

Revise 6 times tables.


Wednesday 24th February 2021

Literacy: “The clock strikes thirteen” worksheet: Sentence Level: Q1-7 and Word level: Q.2, 3 and 4.

Numeracy: “Name each winner of Games 1 to 4… ”  worksheet.

Remember: You might need to work out your answers by laying the numbers out one under the other and decimal points under each other too

Eg:          8 . 4 2                                                 5 .   7  5

         +    1.  3  6                                          +    4  .  2  4

    _______________                                 ____________

IXL: Complete approximately 15 mins on IXL Year 4-Maths CC.16

Please also complete Wednesday night’s homework tasks, spellings and reading.

Revise 7 times tables.


Thursday 25th February 2021

Literacy: Sounds Book- Pg: 42 and 43

Numeracy: ‘Sea Level’ and ‘The temperature is 30C’ worksheet Pg: 81 and 82.

IXL: Complete approximately 15 mins on IXL Year 4 Literacy- any new activity of your choice.

Learn all spellings.


Revise 10 times tables


Friday 26th February 2021

Numeracy:Numeracy Booster book – next page

Literacy: – Literacy Booster book- next page

Handwriting: Pg 44 and 45

Spelling Test

Tables worksheet


Another week all completed!!

I understand that it probably has been a little harder getting back into the routine of school this week after having been off for mid- term. This will get easier again next week so just try your best to get yourself organised and get what you have to do every day, done as early as you can. Then you have the rest of the day/ evening to get outside or do other things you enjoy. Try this next week and see if it works for you.

As always enjoy your weekend, God bless and Keep safe.

                                      Lots of love, Mrs Hamill xx