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.
Y4 had a great time at Badminton Club learning lots of new skills needed for the game!
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?
Year 4 learnt new techniques to create different effects with their paint brush. They used watercolours to create a landscape which showed a variety of painting techniques. They also explored how to blend and apply oil pastel for best effect on their bonfire
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.
Year 4 learnt about the weapons the Anglo-Saxons made and used in battle and the different battle formations they used. Next, they learnt some Anglo-Saxon battle commands and took part in a mock battle.
Year 4 learnt about how the Anglo-Saxons used resources from nature to produce beautiful pieces of text. They also learnt about the use of ‘runes’ and were set the challenge to decipher some Anglo-Saxon text. They then made their own quill and ink and usd these to write a message using the runic…
Year 4 learnt about how coins were made and used in Anglo-Saxon Britain. They were then able to create their own coin designs and forge their own coins.