Geography Field Work

Today Year 4 braved the weather (we had rain, wind, sunshine and a bit of hail!) to do our geography!  We have been learning about field work and today we did some of our own linked to our topic of "The Local Area".  We learnt that geographers carry out surveys to get information and so we did a…

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Where we live.

We have been learning all about the four countries of the United Kingdom including their capital cities.  This map on our classroom wall is there to remind us of their names.

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Australia Day

We looked at many different Australian artefacts e.g. boomerangs, different types of Australian animals and the didgeridoo! We listened to the different sounds made. 

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Australia Day

We made our passports and boarding passes before boarding the Y1 plane. 

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Australia Day

We looked at the world map and decided to see some other famous landmarks on our journey to Australia. Firstly, we went left to see the Statue of Liberty in America, then to Europe to see the Eiffel Tower. Next, we went to see the pyramids, then the Great Wall of China and finally flying towards…

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Australia Day

We then turned our classroom into an aeroplane, boarded the aeroplane with our passports, had the safety briefing and departed. 
we had a bit of turbulence on the way but we thought we would take a few detours to look at other famous landmarks on the way...

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Visit to Beacon Fell (or was it to Kensuke's Kingdom?)

Today we went on our first class trip since the COVID outbreak.   Hurrah!!  We travelled to Beacon Fell and learnt all about how to survive in the wild.  We have been reading Kensuke's Kingdom in school and had already picked up some great survival tips from that.  We found out more about how best…

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Spotting Our Horse-chestnut tree changing through the seasons.

When we went on out autumn walk, we spotted the green leaves that had fallen down and collected cookers in their spikey casing.

When we came to see the tree in winter, we saw it had lost most of it’s leaves. 
 

Today we came back too see if had changed. We could now see big brown buds at…

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Y2 Tally Charts

Today we started our new maths topic all about statistics.  We thought about making tally charts to show different information and created our own tally charts to show our favourite fruit, and to show what passed by the front of school.

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Researching a country in Europe

We each chose a country in Europe to research. We had to find out lots of facts about that country, such as the size, the population and the language. We also found out what foods were eaten there and if any famous people were born in that country. We also made the flag too.

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Using atlases

We have been using the atlases to locate the countries in Europe and their capital cities. 

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Europe information hunt

In our geography lessons, we have been learning about Europe. We had to find the answers to questions about Europe that were placed around our playground. We had lots of fun finding the answers and keeping fit. 

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