As part of our topic on Anglo-Saxons, Y4 made their own Corn Dollies. We all agreed that it was very ‘fiddly’ and required careful dexterity and patience.
Year 4 had their last session at Winscale Squash Club this morning. They have all made a fabulous progress and had lots of fun whilst keeping fit and learning new skills.
Keeping fit in year 4 by running a mile in the autumn sunshine.
Year 4 visited church today to say a Prayer of Adoration and for some quiet reflection.
Year 4 have been working collaboratively, using different strategies to help them with their calculations.
As part of Anti-Bullying Day, Year 4 explored internet safety and cyber bullying. They used Purple Mash to help them design and create an information leaflet about how to stay safe online.
As part of their science topic on teeth, Year 4 planned and carried out an investigation to find out how different drinks affect our teeth. Can you guess which drinks we tested?
The Netball Club took part in a High-5 festival alongside local Primary Schools this morning. What great team spirit they all demonstrated!
As part of Intenational Artists Day, Y4 compared two well-known artists. We then chose a style we liked and had a go at creating our own versions. Can you guess which two artists we looked at?
Year 4 enjoyed their very first Squash coaching session this morning. They developed their balancing skills and learnt what strong arms you need.
This morning, Year 4 prayed the rosary and reflected on the mystery of The Annunciation. They then labelled a diagram of the Rosary to demonstrate their understanding of how to pray using the rosary.
Year 4 learnt about how the Anglo-Saxons used resources from nature to create textiles and different weaving techniques. They had the opportunity to weave wool to make soft, warm, cushiony pillows.