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Year 4 took part in a climbing wall activity yesterday as part of their outdoor and adventure work in PE. You can see the pictures below:
Year 4 are today making food based on their recent topic of the North American Indians. They tried corn on the cob, made fried bread and also a Cherokee casserole.
This afternoon we took part in an electricity and sound workshop. We used component boards to solve problems by creating circuits which included buzzers, motors and lights. After this, we created our own music boxes and even invented our own … Continue reading
Year 4 recently took part in a ‘Road Safety Workshop’, which built on the work they did in Year 2. The children played games and revised / discovered lots of facts about how to keep safe on the roads. You can see the … Continue reading
Today the children have been creating electrical circuits in their science work. Following this, they investigated a range of materials to discover whether they were conductors or insulators. You can see pictures of Year 4 at work below:
So the bread is now baking and smelling delicious! The children have now started to make meat and vegetable kebabs using some of the ingredients that may have been available to Anglo Saxons. Following this they will make fruit kebabs … Continue reading
This morning Year 4 have been preparing food as part of their design and technology work. They have baked bread and will soon be preparing meat /vegetable kebabs ready for their parent pop in this afternoon. You can see some … Continue reading
As part of our ‘Invaders and Settlers’ topic, Year 4 had a visiting Viking in class on Friday. It was such a fun and fantastic day and the chidlren learnt so much about the Vikings! They discovered facts about the … Continue reading
Today was world book day and the children came dressed as their favourite character. We had some amazing costumes so well done for a fantastic effort! To celebrate the day we read more of our class text ‘The Demon Headmaster’ … Continue reading