Year 4 showed good sportsmanship. Everyone performed well and put all the skills they’ve learned this year into practice. Well done!
As part of National Sport Week today, Year 4 learned some racket skills in preparation for a game of tennis.
Year 4 have been really enjoying squash coaching at their local squash club each week.
Today, as part of National Sport Week, Year 4 have been back outside being active. They have been learning how to coordinate themselves so that they can jump over hurdles. They have also been learning how to skip with a skipping rope; some children can already skip so they were trying challenges…
As part of National School Sport Week, Year 4 have had an additional P.E lesson. Today they learned about how to sustain running without stopping by exploring their individual pace. They also learned about the importance of adopting a good running form and stretching.
Year 4 enjoyed an extended playtime this morning in the sunshine. They thoroughly enjoyed using the new equipment and the extra time being active.
The final part of our Design and Technology project was to use their new sewing skills and knowledge to solve the problem of how to stop a tea-towel from slipping off a hook. They used a template and different sewing techniques to make a hanger for a tea towel.
Today, Year 4 participated in the Earthsong Project ‘River of Life’. This is a local arts project; a celebration of the river and our connection with the environment. A local composer (Dave Camlin) worked with Year 4 to generate ideas and lyrics for a song to be performed at Longlands Lake on…
Y4 have had a wonderful day celebrating our Queen’s Platinum Jubilee. They created collage portraits of the Queen and then they joined with the rest of the school to enjoy a traditional street party with ice-cream, picnic and music and dancing on the yard.
Keeping fit by practising maintaining a constant pace for a mile after some running drills to develop good posture and range of motion.
Lots of fun was had when Year 4 used everyday items to construct the digestive system. Do you know how long it takes for food to travel through your digestive system?
Year 4 have been ‘rocking and rolling’ numbers live with Baz each morning. We even got a shout out!