Hello Year 4 and Year 4 parents,
I’m sorry that there has been some confusion over accessing the White Rose maths lessons from the Year 4 timetable on the home learning page.
Unfortunately, we cannot link to specific lessons so we have been providing the names of the lessons instead.
I am aware that some of you have been trying to access certain lesson and have seen a message about needing a subscription to the site.
Hopefully, I will be able to clarify some of the problems that you have been having.
When creating the weekly timetables, I have been using planning from some of the earlier weeks that still had the videos and worksheets freely available with no need for subscriptions.
You can access these on the same page by following this link: https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-4/
You will need to use Week 1 and Week 2 from the bottom of the page for last week and this week’s timetable. I apologise as I think they may have been labelled as Summer Term but they are actually links to the end of the Spring Term. On the page, they are listed simply at the moment as Week 1 and Week 2.
Please ignore where it says, ‘Week beginning…’ as I am not following this order when setting work. I have started from the first weeks available as I am aware that not all families were following the White Rose lessons prior to the setting up of the weekly timetable for each class.
If your child has already completed these tasks, they could try some games and activities from the mathematics page on the school’s home learning site: https://sites.google.com/rushallict.co.uk/education-continuity/mathematics
A few links, such as The Maths Factor https://www.themathsfactor.com/ require you to subscribe but it is currently free to do so.
On the Year 4 home learning page, there is now an amended weekly timetable with descriptions of where to find these particular lessons.
I hope that this will make the links to the lessons a little clearer.
I am sorry for any confusion caused.
If you have any further issues or you need any more help, please email email@example.com ‘For the attention of Miss Guy’ and your messages will be passed on to me. Alternatively, you can telephone school and someone should be available to answer your call.
Miss Guy x