Today, Year 4 been celebrating Roald Dahl day with lessons themed around ‘dreams’. As part of this, we explored part of the story of The BFG, including why the Big Friendly Giant delivers children’s dreams in “Dream Jars”. We even had a go at designing our own Dream
This afternoon the children led their own Maths investigations by collecting, recording, ordering, analysing and then presenting a set of data about all the wonderful things that they like about our School. They then transformed these into some lovely wordless based on how frequently a word was used
The children spent the afternoon with Mrs Bramley investigating gases. As part of this work they explored whether an empty plastic bottle was really empty or whether there is something invisible inside it!
This morning Year 4 have been creating 3-D shapes from a continuous piece of rope in Maths. We challenged them to not only make a selection of shapes but also to explain the characteristics of each shape that they made too. We were incredibly impressed by their reasoning and use of a wide range of [
Year 4 had a fantastic morning listening and trying out a range of instruments including. They showed off their music knowledge by recognising a range of tunes and songs from different instruments, including: Guitar – James Bond theme tune, Thinking out Loud and Shape of you by Ed Sheeran.
Dalton Ghetti – Miniture art on pencils. This week as a class we’re looking at how we can develop a ‘growth mindset’…for example, instead of feeling frustrated at not being able to do something, we say “we can’t do it yet”. This offers us a really good opportunity to develop and chal
It’s been another really brilliant day across the school, and Year 4 have had a whale of a time too! We’ve been busy again getting to grips with ‘morning activities’, exploring how we can use lots of different strategies to help us in Maths and working on developing our kno
Wow – what a great start to the year! We’ve been busy settling in today and exploring what we think a ‘good classmate’ is – including what they might say, do, think and how they might act. We used our decisions to create our own class charter. The rest of the day wa
Each half-term Year 4 will have an author of the term that the class will be focusing on, to kick start the year our first author will be the legendary Roald Dahl! There’s a whole treasure trove of Roald’s books waiting for you in our new garden…quite literally in fact! As all our
Dear Year 4, I hope you’ve had a great summer holiday and that you’re all looking forward to a new and exciting year ahead. I’m really looking forward to seeing you all on Monday. Enjoy the last few days of your holiday! See you soon, Mr Ritson