Year 4 Thankfulness
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WELCOME TO YEAR 4
ACTING OUT - As part of our Brazil topic, we studied a story called Little Pele. In these pictures the children are acting out a scene from the story in which the main character has a dilemma on his hands.
NUMBER DAY - All of the children really enjoyed Number Day. They got to dress up with a number and had fun playing the games linked to maths such as multiplication bingo.
SHARE MY LEARNING - The children worked very hard to produce an excellent Share My Learning presentation for all of the parents showcasing the work that they have done over the year.
Roman Board Game: to tie in with our History Topic of the Romans, the children enjoyed playing this Roman Gladiator Game in which they had to get points and survive!
We produced a beautiful banner for our All Saint's Day and went to the church for a service with Father Ed. We spoke about our saint to the rest of the school and sang songs about our values.
Acting - we enjoyed doing some role play. In English we wrote a dialogue between two characters from our story - Diary of a Roman Slave. Here the children are acting out the conversation that they wrote.
Black History Month African Drumming Workshop - As part of Black History Month we had a fantastic assembly led by Milla where he taught us some different drumming rhythms. Throughout the day each class had a workshop with Milla. .
Music - learning the hand jive. As part of our music curriculum we learnt about the beginnings of rock'n'roll from the 1950s. We listened to different pieces of music from Chuck Berry to Buddy Holly. Afterwards we learnt the hand-jive to a piece of music.
Maths using concrete apparatus - as part of the math's curriculum the class are taught to use various concrete apparatus in order to help them with their understanding. Here the children are using different equipment including counters and dienes.
End of year 4 - 2020-2021
Our trip to the park!
Year 4's Sports Week!
Rosie's Story Telling Workshop!
Science! Our topic this half term is electricity! We were really excited to experiment with circuits!
Mental health week! The theme was nature!
We had the most fun during NSPCC Number Day!
We have created the most wonderful Egyptian sarcophaguses!
Outdoor reading! It was a little chilly but we really enjoyed reading our books outside!
We also designed our own superheroes! We thought about the different qualities we would want our superhero to have - their strengths, weaknesses, sidekicks, costume! Here are some examples!
Our beautiful silhouette art work! Here are just some of our art work!
Year 4 have returned to school excited and motivated! We began Science Week discussing what plants need to grow. We then designed our own mini greenhouses and we are going to observe and take notes on the growth of our plants! Year 4 were so enthusiastic to take part in the Lemon Fizz Science Project! We added baking soda, food colouring, dish washing soap and lemon juice to our concoction and WOW! We discovered that the citric acid in the lemon juice and the sodium bicarbonate in the baking soda reacted to create an eruption! Year 4 were so excited when we designed our very own ‘robo-bugs’ which we then moulded out of clay and we also created our own inventions! We have definitely enjoyed Science Week this year and we cannot wait to share our innovations with you all!
Science week in Year 4!
Weekly Timetable - Mon 14th December 2020
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Black History Week!
We are focusing on learning all of our times tables in fun and exciting ways!
We have focused on Mindfulness and Wellbeing this half term!
We have had so much fun in our Gymnastic lessons in PE!
This half term, we have been reading THE IRON MAN!
2019-2020 YEAR 3
SCHOOL CLOSURE - WEEKLY TIMETABLES
Week 12 (week beginning 29th June 2020 - Summer Term 2)
Week 11 (week beginning 22nd June 2020 - Summer Term 2)
Week 10 (week beginning 15th June 2020 - Summer Term 2)
Week 9 (week beginning 8th June 2020 - Summer Term 2)
Week 8 (week beginning 1st June 2020 - Summer Term 2)
Optional half term Holiday Activity Pack
This is a collection of holiday activities to do inside or outside with your family. There's lots of ideas including a nature trail, snakes and ladders using your stairs, alongside some fun facts about Japan. The booklet is produced by GetSet Tokyo to get us ready for next year's Olympics.
Video message from Mrs Rahman
This is a great way to explore shapes while interacting with nature, building spatial awareness and fine motor skills! For this easy activity, all you need are sticks and rubber bands.
First, create 2D shapes with your sticks. How many shapes can you make? What are they called? Next, make flat 3D shapes. Then, challenge yourself to make 3D models of each shape using rubber bands to connect your sticks. Finally, use your imagination to transform your models into something new (tiny houses, space ships, boats, etc.)!
Week 7 (week beginning 18th May 2020 - Summer Term 1)
Assembly - VE Day
Week 6 (week beginning 11th May 2020 - Summer Term 1)
Video message from Jude (Forest School)
St. Andrew's staff video message
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Week 5 (week beginning 4th May 2020 - Summer Term 1)
Week 4 (week beginning 27th April 2020 - Summer Term 1)
Video message from Mr Mason
Week 3 (week beginning 20th April 2020)
Coronavirus - a book for children
Easter Break (6-17 March): Fun Easter activity/homework - (Optional)
Week 2 (week beginning 30th March 2020)
Week 1 (week beginning 23rd March 2020)
Year 3 took part in Internet Safety Day and thought of their most important top tips of how to stay safe online.
Year 3 loved their trip to Celtic Harmony Camp! They learnt so much about The Stone Age to add to their knowledge. More pictures to follow!
Year 3 always look forward to their Golden Time every week with Mr Mason! They really enjoy singing and playing with different instruments.
Year 3 engaged in a scavenger hunt to kick start their learning of the Stone Age!
Year 3 had fun learning about magnets, discovering which materials are magnetic, and how a magnetic field works on an object.
Year 3 have been investigating friction by looking at the distance a car travels along different surfaces.
Year 3 have been investigating pulling and pushing forces during our Gymnastics lesson in PE - can you spot the forces at work here?
Year 3 were looking at classifying rocks today, conducting tests and grouping them according to their properties.
Our recycled city is complete! The children had a wonderful time making, painting, and creating backdrops for their fantastic futuristic buildings.
Year 3's trip to the Natural History Museum
Welcome to Year 3!