This afternoon, the children in Year 4 have been using squirty cream (molten rock) and biscuits (tectonic plates) to answer: 'How are Mountains formed?'
Of course, we had to eat them afterwards.
Children in Year 4 have been consolidating their Science learning on the digestive system.
Children in Year 4 were very lucky to meet Pudsey this week.
Year 4 have been using images from our new book to make a prediction about characters, setting and plot.
Children in Year 4 have been developing their understanding of 'exchanging' in column addition by using place value counters.
Children in Year 4 have been using onion skinning to help make small changes between frames in animation.
The children in Year 4 have had a fantastic day in Chester.
The children have become Roman Solider apprentices learning how to march and attack and defend in battle; they have looked at sources and artefacts to look for clues about the past and explored why the Romans invaded Britain and built…
Children have used the work of Henri Matisse (The Circus) as inspiration to complete their own 'Drawing with Scissors' art work. Children had to use scissors with precision as well as make decisions about how to place drawn elements in their art composition.
As part of our Online Safety learning, children in Year 4 have been thinking about how online messages can be hurtful. The children have been exploring how they should respond to a hurtful message.
As an introduction to our Computing unit, the children in Year 4 have been learning about simple animation techniques and have created their own animations in the style of flip books using sticky notes.
Key Vocabulary: animation, flipbook
Children in Year 4 have started to build their frame structures following their design criteria and plan. The children had to work as a team or pair to construct the pavillion.
Children in Year 4 have been exploring the Human Digestive System.