Children in Year 4 have been using images to make prediction about our new Literacy book, 'Where the Forest Meets the Sea'.
Children in Year 4 have been practising inserting text boxes and images, as well as using the Spell Check function to create a 'How to Survive Volcano' Guide,.
Children have been exploring the relationship between Volume and Distance. They have graphed their results.
As part of our World Book Day, Year 4 spent time reading with their Reception Reading buddies. All the children enjoyed sharing and talking about their books.
As part of our World Book Day, Year 4 spent time reading with their Reception Reading buddies. All the children enjoyed sharing and…
Year 4 have enjoyed looking at the new unit of Computer Science work linked to coding - writing and debugging algorithms.
As part of our DT learning this half term, children have been researching different types of bread before making their own.
A huge thank you to one of parents who is a Chef and sent in a selection of homemade bread for us to try,
As part of Anti-Bullying Week, children in Year 4 have being exploring how 'One Kind Word' can make someone smile.
We explored the different words and phrases we could use to make someone's as well as small little gestures.
Today, in Science, we looked at our own teeth and then created our own scientific models using marshmallows. Children then labelled the type of teeth and stated what the function of each.
Children used different shading techniques to create our artwork as part of our Remembrance Day activities.
Today, the children learnt about the importance of 'Rainbow foods' in our diet and were encouraged to try new foods. The children had lots of fun creating food collages inspired by the Italian artist, Guiseppe Arcimbaldo.
Children in Year 4 have been developing their clay skills by creating a pinch pot, using Greek styles and shapes.
Year 4 have been using playing cards, dice, counters and bingo to generate their addition own calculations.