I hope everyone has had a good half term and is looking forward to a well deserved rest. Oskar’s group for acting out the refugee story. In science, we put our electricity skills to the test to make burglar alarms. We had eggs, chickens, batman, a dinosaur and even real grass on these hats! Then we got the most exciting news:
As part of this, we have been learning about London in the Blitz and being an evacuee. Our guest had climbed some of the most challenging peaks including Mount Everest! In English, we have been mastering speech marks and all the punctuation rules to do with speech. We had eggs, chickens, batman, a dinosaur and even real grass on these hats! The work they have produced is brilliant and they should all be very proud! Here are some photos of the Morris Men who danced on the 1st May for us. It also dyed our mouths bright pink!
Finally, in RE our new topic is the Bible. In maths, we have been converting between different measures. It was filled with billercay costumes and catchy music. In science, we have learnt about conductors and insulators. If you need your log-in details again, please let your class teacher know.
In English, we have learnt and billericzy written all about Rosa Parks by creating our own diary entries. We have been solving word problems with real life decimals such as money and measurements. In science, we learnt all about musical instruments and how to change the pitch. You may also download the blank multiplication square from the homework page and.
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There is a link below. Time yourself and try to beat your score each time. We had a wonderful time feeding the animals, searching for caterpillars and other bugs and even went on a bumpy tractor ride. We book our holidays up to a year in advance and as they are unpaid this allows for parents to fund alternative care during this time if they cannot take their own leave. Year 4 went on a worldwide journey, visiting the frosty Norwegian land of Year 3 to create some Northern Lights homewok.
I especially want to say thank you to the following: This week we had a visit from Helen from the Road Safety Team. This week we also had our Easter bonnet parade! We explored how Jesus guides Christians and looks after his flock. Her ability to captivate audiences with her innate musicianship and dynamic presence, homewor with her wide appeal as a high-profile advocate for classical music, has made her one of the most influential classical artists of today.
They have also been discussing input and output devices that could go in their toy.
Congratulations to our Pentecost Dash runners, we are very proud of all of you. In Maths we have been discovering Roman numerals billericau solving problems using them.
In maths, we have been working with decimals. She explained how she started playing violin at a very young age and by continually working hard and practicing every day she became a worldwide star. First week in year 4.
We were given disclosing tablets to see where the plaque collects in our mouths. We can now compare grams to kilograms, metres to kilometres and litres to millilitres.
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In maths this week, we have solved addition and subtraction problems. We will be heading to the National Archives to look at London through the ages from Elizabethan times to Victorian to now! Please have no nuts in your dishes. In English, we have been creating our own dragons and making detailed plans to help our report writing next week. Everyone was very professional as they performed loudly and clearly.
A few ideas could be spotty socks, spotty tights, a spotty tie, a spotty headband or even spotty stickers on your jumper! Thursday 13th December – winning house trip for Fisher House! I hope parents enjoyed looking around. We have been imagining all the fun winter activities you could do in Narnia, including some magical ones.