Year 4 have been writing questions. These are all the things they would like to find out about the Loch Ness Monster. During our English lessons, we will be reading lots of texts to find the answers. Next, we will use all the facts to create our own posters.
We enjoyed looking for signs of autumn in our school garden this week. We found lots of items for our ‘Investigation Area’. We looked at the objects closely and drew the detail closely.
We looked at the school horse-chestnut tree to see what changes we could see. We will look at it throughout…
Today we met Harold the giraffe. He told us that food would give us energy. He talked about how important sleep was to help our bodies grow and repair themselves.
We have been looking at portraits drawn by various famous artists. We have enjoyed making our own portraits using natural materials too.
Today we had a visit from a very special visitor, it was Harold the Giraffe from the Life Education Van. We learnt all about the different systems in our body as well as how to keep ourselves safe and healthy. We visited a planet called Conformatron where everybody who lives there looks the same…
We have been learning to “count on”.
We really enjoyed learning about what our bodies needed to stay healthy when Katy from the Life Education paid us a visit on Wednesday this week.
We have enjoyed tasting fruit from other countries and finding where it was on a globe. We discussed how the various fruits would have journeyed from country to country.
We loved meeting Harold the giraffe today! He was telling us all about our wonderful bodies and how to keep healthy.
Today in PSHE, Mrs Ventress set us a challenge!
The time- just 10 minutes!
The task- to build a free standing bridge which spanned 30cm and was raised from the ground.
The goal- to hold the greatest amount of toy vehicles without the bridge collapsing!
Our aim was to use negotiation and…
Sadly, our week at Lockerbie has come to an end. We enjoyed two final activities this morning, before having lunch then returning to school. And what activities they were: high ropes, climbing, abseiling, survival and initiative exercises.
Throughout the week the children have really…