Dancing, singing, poetry, learning about different cultures, sports personality of the century – all brought together in a creative and engaging whole class presentation. Well done Y4!Read More Year 4 class assembly
Thanks year 4 for leading our sing-a-long with your wonderful rendition of Jamaican Farewell 🇯🇲Read More Steel drums sing-a-long
Today, classes came together in a special assembly to share their learning from our Black History Week activities. It was an amazing showcase of learning which included artwork, writing, poetry, cooking, small world play and an amazing collaborative collage of Nelson Mandela from Year 5. It was clear from the children’s enthusiasm, what a great […]Read More Black History Week Assembly
For our black history celebrations, year 4 have been learning about important, groundbreaking sportspeople. We each researched our own inspirational person, and did a short presentation to the class about why they were so awesome. Did you know that Jesse Owens is really called JC Owens, but he’s been known as Jesse ever since his […]Read More Inspirational black sportspeople.
During maths on Wednesday, we investigated how many ways we could draw a multiplication using dots. Did you know that 3x4x2 is the same as 2x4x3?! In fact, we found 6 different ways to draw that one sum using dot arrays!Read More Year 4 has gone dotty!
Year 4 have been having loads of fun getting loud with the steel drums. Check out the song we’ve been rehearsing with the wonderful Mr Brown.Read More Steel drums
Today, Year 4 transported themselves to India as we made some tasty pakoras. They are a traditional Indian snack, made with a spice mix called garam masala. They were particularly yummy with turmeric and mint dip! We used the skills we’ve been learning in maths this week to accurately measure mass, and tomorrow we will […]Read More A taste of India
Year 4 have had a rather delicious week making mango lassis. We used our maths measurement skills to accurately measure our ingredients, and wrote up some exceptional recipes in literacy. Recipes available upon request 😉Read More Making Lassis
Joe Wicks (the body coach) replied to my message via instagram! He put up a post urging schools to do more exercise during the school day. So, I messaged him telling him all about our brilliant school fitness scheme that Mr Wilson put in place, and is so passionate about. And to my surprise I […]Read More Wicks gives Wilson the thumbs up!
Our first science topic in year 4 is Living things and their Habitats. Today we investigated our local habitats with a trip to Manor House Gardens, where we looked for living things in the pond habitat, field habitat and garden habitat. We found some fascinating mini beasts and used identification sheets to discover what plants […]Read More Year 4 in the wild