Angle Adventure

Today, we have been learning outside in maths and have been angle detectives. First, we made different angles using our bodies, then we took photos of acute, obtuse and right angles in our environment. After that, we used sticks and twigs to make our own shapes and pictures and labelled each…

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Year 4 Wheelchair basketball

Year 4 had a fantastic time playing wheelchair basketball. Lots of goals were scored with lots of fun and laughter. It was a great opportunity for the children. Thank you very much.

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Which liquid will damage our teeth the most?

Did you know that an egg shell has a similar make up to the enamel on our teeth? We have set up an investigation using eggs to see which liquid will damage the shell the most. Each group could choose which liquid they put their eggs into such as coke, orange juice, water, vinegar, tea or coffee.…

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Commonwealth Games Y4

Today we went to the University of Cumbria to take part in a Commonwealth Games Event. The children had the opportunity to try a range of different sports such as boccia and archery. Thanks for all the donations for Derian House Children’s Hospice, we raised a fantastic £92. 

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Turning a nursery rhyme into a play

Over the last few weeks we have been reading and writing plays. We have looked at the story of ‘Robin Hood and the Chocolate Cake’ and turned it into a play script. Today, we have looked at some familiar nursery rhymes and have acted them out in groups.

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Year 4 Art

Year 4 have started their new Art topic based on the Spanish artist Antoni Gaudi. These are some of our initial drawings. We will be making collages next.

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Year 4 PE

Today we were practising our overarm throwing. Everyone tried really hard and were very enthusiastic.

Watchout for Xavier and Kian playing cricket for England in the future. Their throwing skills are amazing!

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Cedric the skeleton

This week, we had a new member join our class called Cedric. We have been discussing why we need a skeleton and have been looking closely at the bones that make up Cedric’s skeleton and have been naming them. A adult human skeleton has 206 bones, we didn’t manage to name them all! Let’s see how…

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The Water Cycle in a bag

The window in our classroom is decorated with food bags! We have drawn the water cycle on the bags and are looking at them daily to see the different processes of evaporation, condensation and precipitation happening. 

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Year4 Mother’s Day cards

We really hope you all liked your Mother’s Day cards. We spent lots of time and care making them for such special people.

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Which surface creates more friction?

This week, we have been learning about friction. We used Newton meters to pull a bag across different surfaces to see which created more friction. More force was needed to move the bag across rough surfaces like the astroturf, concrete and carpet. 

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Year 4 RE

Year 4 have been looking at the concepts of trust and betrayal linked to the Easter story. As an introduction to this topic we played some trust games in the playground.

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