Stitching!

Year 4 have been learning different types of stitches. They first created a design in their sketch books, thinking about the use of different colours which complement one another. We have learned that stitching requires a lot of patience! 

D&T

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Cinnamon

Our spellings this week are the soft /c/ spelt ‘ci’ and one of our spellings is ‘cinnamon’ so we decided to make some cinnamon toast with one of our spellings. We agreed it’s good to try new things and although some of us were reluctant at first to try cinnamon, we discovered that we quite like…

English Year 4 D&T

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Science Week 2021

Year 4 have learning about the human digestive system. They have learned to identify and name all the parts and can explain the process of digestion using scientific vocabulary. Finally, they enjoyed making a working model of the digestive system. 
 

Science

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World Book Day in Y4

Year 4 enjoyed immersing themselves in the wonderful world of books today. They watched and listened to well known authors in a live broadcast, listened to the very first World Book Day Rap and tried to spot all the books that were referred to, they enjoyed sharing a book with someone, they wrote…

English Year 4 Home Learning

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Electrical Circuits

⚡️ ⚡️ Year 4 have been learning about electricity. ⚡️⚡️
They have learned all about how electricity is generated, including sustainable sources, and what is is used for. They have drawn diagrams to illustrate how to create an electrical circuit using symbols and scientific vocabulary. They have…

Science Year 4 Home Learning

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Movement in Art

Year 4 observed artist Paula Reno created the illusion of movement in her painting ‘The Dance’. We looked at the use of colour and shape to create the illusion of movement in the skirts and the delicate placement of the dancers’ hands. We then applied these to draw our own sketches of a dancer. 

Year 4 Art Home Learning

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Beowulf

Year 4 have been reading the retelling of the oldest surviving Anglo-Saxon legend Beowulf, as retold by Michael Morpurgo. The focus has been on how to develop and use a rich vocabulary. 

English Year 4 Home Learning

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