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The Beacon C of E (VA) Primary School

'Living life in all its fullness' (John 10:10)


1 Beacon Place, Exmouth, Devon, EX8 2SR

01395 264300



  Times are hard for everyone, the most important thing is to look after your own mental health and help your family to do the same. 

We will post enough work so your children can find tasks they'll enjoy -  but we aren't expecting families to be doing all of it!   Do what's right for you and your circumstances.

In terms of learning, the priority is to keep reading and number tasks going whenever you can, these things will make it easier to return to learning once school re-opens.

Year 4 Home Learning Week 12 (29.6.2020)

Hi Year 4!

I hope you had a wonderful half term. Just want to say a massive well done and thank you to you and your families for all of your resilience, hard work and creativity when learning from home during this time. This week's focus is on The RomansRemember, if you have any questions or want to share some of your amazing work, please email me at and I can put it on the superstar page.  

Hope that you are all well and staying safe. 

Mrs Lynn

Maths: Division Revision

Division help poster

Task 1: What is division?

Task 2: Bus stop method presentation


Task 3: Dividing with remainders


Task 4: Word problems

Task 5 Roman Numerals: Information



Topic: The Romans

Task 1: The invasions presentation


Task 2: Hadrian's wall presentation


Task 3: Gods and Goddesses presentation


Task 4: The Roman Army

French - likes and dislikes (3)

Here's another Sway for this week: just click on the picture to see it and press the 'Play' button at the top right corner to start it off. You'll be able to see lots of pictures by scrolling down the page, listen to the words in French and say which foods you like, don't like, love or hate!


Over the last few weeks we have been learning about networks, the internet and the 'World Wide Web.' This week we'll be thinking about how you know which websites on the world wide web you can trust. 

Click here to see the BBC bitesize guide to find out more about using a search engine, filtering results, choosing the best or most reliable sites, and how to check that what they say is true. There is a useful video to watch too.

Make a poster about the things that you think were the most useful. Or, if you'd rather, you could make one telling people what thought processes they should go through when looking at a new website... This is my list. Have I missed anything?

Who wrote it: a company, a government, an advertising agency? 

Could they be biased?

Why did they write it?

Are the 'facts' true?

Is it out of date?

Is it well designed?

For next week...


Over the last few weeks we have been learning about networks, the internet and the 'World Wide Web.' This week we'll be thinking about how you can stay safe while using the internet at home.

Click on this link to see a video on SafeYouTube showing how you can stay safe online.

I've put the five rules they discuss below. Using Publisher, or paper and pencils, design a poster for people in your family telling them how to stay safe. You could just choose one rule, or use all five. 

Keep personal information safe.

People online are strangers

Ask before you share

Be kind

Ask an help find things that are the right age for you, if something upsets you or if something goes wrong