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Year 4

Welcome to Year 4!

 

Our Class Teacher is Mrs Russ.
Our Teaching Assistant is Mrs Reeve . 

 

 

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In PE we played boccia. The aim of the game is to get your balls as close to the yellow target as you can. Each colour has a different point. red 1, blue 5 and yellow 10. The children worked really well in their teams!

Welcome to our Year 4 Class Assembly!

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English

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Guided Reading

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Once Upon a Time

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Maths

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Take 5

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Science

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PE - running skills

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PE - football skills

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PE - tennis skills

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PE - basketball skills

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DT

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Art

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Computing

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Our topic this half term is All Around the World. We enjoyed researching different countries and creating fact files about them.

In Art, we have been researching animals around the world. We created a collaborative piece of a lion focussing on colour and we have drawn animals with the focus of symmetry, proportion as well as light & dark areas.

In computing, we enjoyed creating our own personal wordles about our school.

We have been great mathematicians, adding and subtracting multiples of 10,100 and 1000 as well as counting in multiples of 25.

In English, we have been reading the story Here We Are by Oliver Jeffers and have enjoyed writing our own mindfulness poems inspired by the poem ‘A Love Letter To The Stars’.

Our learning journey for 2019/2020

For World Book Day, we designed a new front cover for our some of our favourite books.

We had great fun participating at a speed stacking event.

In Science the children have been learning to use thermometers to take the temperature and record their findings accurately.

In P.E, we have been learning different types of dance from around the world. This week, we have been learning the Haka .

We had fun identifying birds in our local area for Birdwatch Day. We researched and made fact files for some of the birds we saw.

We made posters to promote awareness for E-Safety Week!

This week we have been learning to make sequences in gymnastics. We had to include a starting position, two rolls, three jumps, two balances and an ending.

This week we have been writing an explanation of how the Water Cycle works. We worked really hard on our presentation.

For homework, the children produced posters explaining how the Water Cycle works. We are really impressed by the quality of their work and proud of how much effort they have put in.

We have been working hard adding and subtracting numbers with 10,100 and 1000. We are proud of our achievements.

This week we have started our new topic 'States of Matter'. We have been learning about the structure in a solid, liquid and a gas.

We had great fun this week thinking about who inspires us and who are our heroes. We enjoyed creating colourful posters about them.

We had great fun making our tree decorations for our Dress the Tree Assembly.

In maths, We have been working hard adding and subtracting fractions as well as finding equivalent fractions. We also challenged ourselves to convert improper fractions to mixed fractions. We are proud of our achievements.

We had a fantastic time learning new skills during our skipping workshop.

For 'Take One Country', we have made trinket bowls inspired by Greek geometric patterns.

We had fun sharing a book with other children during Buddy Reading today!

This week, we have been learning to tell the time to the minute. We made analogue clocks to helps us.

Look at some of our super maths! We have been very confident at solving subtraction sums this week. We are very proud of ourselves!

We had great fun creating our 'Growth Mindset' comic strips about our experiences on facing challenges and overcoming them.

In Computing and Topic, we had a go at creating a report on our chosen countries. We loved writing and finding out lots of interesting facts.

In maths, we have been learning to solve addition sums using the compact column method and the expanded written method. We are proud of ourselves for our hard work and perseverance.

This week we have started our new topic 'All Around the World'. We each chose a country to research and drew flags that represent the countries. Here are some we created.

Our journey from last year.

This week, we have been drawing on our own knowledge about the digestive system. We mind mapped facts we know, facts we thought we know and what we liked to know.

We have been historians and have been working as archaeologists. We have been collecting our own evidence from some Angolan Saxon artefacts.

We have been learning about Anglo Saxon Britain and have made posters about place names and their meaning.

Our Year 4 mathematicians have been working hard this week solving number problems involving decimals and adding 4 digit numbers.

Book Week: Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs. For book week, we had a workshop at our local library and we started rehearsing for our play. We looked at the different features of a play script and had a go at taking on the role of different characters.We also produced posters advertising our Year 3 &Year 4 performance.

We wrote thank you letters to Hazard Alley for thanking them for our amazing experience at their centre.

Here are some pictures from our trip to Hazard Alley. We had such a superb time!

We created colourful Growth Mindset posters to help us to keep motivated when things are tricky.

This term, we have been lucky enough to take part in Tag Rugby with Hemel Stags. We have really enjoyed developing our rugby skills.

During National Storytelling Week, we read the book Matilda by Roald Dahl & acted out different scenes from the film. We shared our work with Year 6 during Buddy Reading.

For National Storytelling Week, we wrote diary entries from the point of view of Matilda, to explain the moment when she first discovered her amazing superpowers.

During E-Safety Week, we created posters to explain how to stay safe on the internet.

This week, we have been learning about the Water Cycle. We made flowcharts to explain what happens in each stage of the cycle.

Year 4 have been busy making their own Christmas decorations for 'Dress the Tree'.

Yesterday, we learnt about democracy in Ancient Greece. We acted out being part of the Eccelsia which was the assembly of Athenian men who met together to vote on laws. We learnt if they wanted to speak,they had to stand on a stone called a Pnyx. When the Athenians voted they used white pebbles to say yes and black pebbles to say no. We used white and blue counters to represent voting. We also discussed what system of democracy we have in the U.K and how this compares to the system in Ancient Greece.

We had fun taking part at a sports festival this week.

Year 4 buddies up with Year 2 during 'Buddy Reading'.

Here is some of our fantastic writing inspired by Roald Dahl Week!

In Maths, we have been reading and comparing 4 digit numbers. We had fun generated our own 4 digit numbers.

In science, we have been thinking about how electricity is being generated.

We started our new topic,'Around the World' and we have been learning about identifying countries in the Northern and Southern Hemisphere as well as identifying lines of longitude and latitude.

Year 4 collaborated with Year 3 and we have been acting out an extract from Fantastic Mr Fox.

We've been reading an extract from Fantastic Mr Fox by Roald Dahl and have been practising reading with expression with our learning partner.

Homework

Spellings : Following our spelling scheme, new spellings will be given out on Monday at the beginning of each new unit. The children will have two weeks to learn their spellings and they will be tested at the end of the second week (these will be based on patterns covered in our phonics/spelling lessons).

Homework activities : Given out on Fridays, for handing in by the following Wednesday.

Reading : It is important that a range of texts are read at home and try to do this every day. Whilst reading with your child, I would encourage you to draw attention to: punctuation, grammar, sentence structures, vocabulary choices and the organisation of writing (i.e. paragraphing and layout). 

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