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Year 4 Blog

Year 4 Blog

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  •  'The Owl and the Pussycat.'

    Published 15/02/18

    Narrative poetry has been our focus this week.  Today we performed 'The Owl and the Pussycat.'

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  • Year 4 - Sculptures from Natural Materials

    Published 12/02/18

    Andy Goldsworthy creates sculptures from natural materials.  On Friday, we foraged in our school environment for different items that we could use to create our own sculptures.  What do you think

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  • During our prayer space session we reflected on those people that helped us and gave thanks to them.

    Published 07/02/18

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  • Two very happy mathematicians! 

    Published 30/01/18

    To help our understanding of multiplication we have been using concrete objects to answer questions.

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  • Thank you to all of the parents that attended our open learning session. 

    Published 25/01/18

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  • Look at part of our negative number line.  Moving in Maths!

    Published 18/01/18

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  • Today we tried to balance 1kg using a limited number of weights and multiplication!

    Published 11/01/18

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  • The human digestive system in all of its glory!  I am not sure that the chidlren were very impressed.

    Published 21/12/17

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  • This week we have been focusing on time.  Here we are trying to convert analogue time to digital time using the 24-hour clock.

    Published 08/12/17

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  • Year 4 week 27 November 2017

    Published 30/11/17

    This week we were visited by scientists from Warwick University.  Together we looked at solids, liquids and gases as well as different chemical reactions. 

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