Y4 having been thoroughly enjoying preparing the school grounds for Spring in their Gardening session with Mr Nolan.
We have been exploring the human digestive system and identifying the different parts of the body in Science.
Children have been excited to use the Trundel wheels in maths to measure, record and calculate the perimeter of our playground.
We have been learning about persuasive writing and phrases in English leading to some very passionate debates in class on a variety of topics. Children have been sharing their views and opinions clearly and respectfully on a variety of topics.
What a treat it was this week to enjoy a second meeting with the wonderfully talented poet Matt Goodfellow – discovering more about the freedom of poetry and what inspires some of his most creative writing.
Children have continued their work on ‘Community’ and discussed all those communities they belong to. We have explored the importance of team work and how we can all help to be proactive in keeping them strong!
WOW ! How the weeks are flying so soon after Christmas!Children in Year 4 have been working so hard… Lena not only shared her epiphany book in Spanish but also enjoyed being our class assessor in English. Lena as worked so hard on her homophones,’ there’, ‘their’ and ‘they’re’ and has been feeling really confident using them and sharing her knowledge with the class.In maths, we have been learning all about the different triangles and how we can identify them individually and Lena reminded us all at the end of the session again too! Great work Lena – lovely confidence!
In science, we have explored human teeth, their physical features and functions and even why our wisdom teeth are somewhat redundant today! Children developed their team building skills creating super information sheets. Two girls also celebrating their creative talents drawing wonderfully labelled diagrams for the class too – taking a closer look at the inside of the teeth.
We have enjoyed learning to sew too with the help of our lovely mum Mrs Mullen, who has been sharing her knowledge and skills with the class too and the children have picked it up so quickly!
One of our student led the way for Chinese New year celebrating his artistic skills drawing a dragons head!
Keep up the hardwork Y4. A SUPER start to 2020 indeed !!!!
This week we are learning all about Chinese New Year! We found out it was the year of the rat and that all the children were born in either the year of the sheep (2015), monkey (2016) or the rooster (2017). There was lots of fun activities that taught us about Chinese New Year, we made lanterns and our own money wallets and found out they have to be red as that is their lucky colour. We tried some noodles and some of us even tried a prawn cracker. It has been lots of fun!