Into The Wild - WOW Morning!
Into The Wild - Homework
Into The Wild - Newsletter
Take Over Day!
Digestive System Experiment
Easter Bonnet Competition
Sports Relief - Running To Kenya
Science Day - 16.03.18
Science Experiment - Teeth
To Be Or Not To Be - Year Group Assembly
Thank you to parents, carers and KS2 for coming to watch our Year 4 Production of Henry VIII. We had so much fun learning our lines and performing for you today. We really hope you enjoyed it as much as we did.
Thank you again!
Year 4 Children and Teachers :)
Are You Ready?
Here is a sneak peak at the play we will be performing for our parents/carers of Year 4 and KS2 children tomorrow morning.
It will be held in the Hall tomorrow morning (15.03.18) at 9a.m.
This morning, we had our last rehearsals with microphones, props and costumes.
We can't wait to show you what we have been learning!
We hope you can make. See you there!
The Greatest Show Preparations
Today, we have been practising our class assembly ready for the debut on Thursday 15th March. We have been preparing by designing and making our very own props.
We can't wait to show you what we have been doing in our pantomime.
Fractions of Amounts
To explore how to find out which fractions are equivalent, we looked at a fraction wall and discussed the relationship between the numbers and how they are linked through times tables. We then learnt that if you multiply the numerator by a number you have to multiply the denominator by the same number in order for it to become equivalent.
For fractions of amounts, we learnt that you have to divide by the denominator and multiply by the numerator.
As you can see from our photographs, we love writing on our desks with whiteboard pens.
Me, Myself and My Teeth!
To investigate the specific jobs our teeth do, we ate an apple. We had to concentrate on every bite and what the processes are. When we tried to use certain teeth to eat every bit of the apple it flew out of our mouths, creating a right mess!
We used mirrors to have a look at our teeth and count how many we have.
Gnasher Us Up!
Visit From The Dentist
World Book Day 2018!
All The World's a Stage- WOW!
All The World's a Stage!
Homework- All The World's a Stage!
All The World's A Stage! - Newsletter
Spring 1 - Raindrops keep falling on my head
Spring 1 - Homework
Spring 1 - Newsletter
Year 4 visit Aspire Academy
Year 4 went to Aspire to carry out a science experiment. They had a variety of liquids to test how quickly dry ice would sublimate in them. The children were amazed to watch the cloud of gas form and they couldn't wait to share their afternoon with their adults at home.
Raindrops keep falling on my head - WOW!
To introduce our new topic we carried out different experiments all involving water.
Welcome back! It is lovely to see you all looking so smart in your full uniforms. Remember, your Always badge is part of your uniform and should be worn every days.
We are looking forward to all the exciting learning we will be doing in the coming weeks. Have a look at our overview below to find out what we will be doing.
Year 4 will be swimming at Moor Park every Wednesday. Please ensure you bring your swimming kit and a towel in a suitable bag every Wednesday.
We will have a P.E. lesson every Thursday. Your P.E. kit should be kept in your locker for the full half term. Please remember your P.E. kit is part of your school uniform and should consist of a white t-shirt, black shorts and black pumps.
Reading books will be changed every Monday and Thursday. You should be reading at home at least three times every week.
Weekly homework consisting of spellings, times tables and grammar will be sent home every Monday. This should be completed and returned by Thursday of the same week in preparation for a spelling and times tables test on Friday.
Autumn 2 - Staying Alive!
WOW - Staying Alive
Autumn 1 - It's Electric!
Autumn 1 - Homework
Autumn 1 - Newsletter
Year 4 have been learning how to write kenning poems. Can you guess what each one of these excellent kennings is about?
As part of our whole school Diwali day, Year 4 spent time learning about why this is such an important celebration for Hindus. They learned the story of Rama and Sita, created rangoli patterns and made their own Diwali lamps.
As part of our topic, It's Electric, we have been investigating circuits. We looked at the components needed to make a circuit and what happens when the circuit is not complete.
Well done to all the contestants who represented their house teams in the Boundary Spelling Bee. You all did fantastically well!
School Council Elections
Year 4 have been voting for the candidate who is going to represent their class on the school council. The candidates had to give a speech in class before we all cast our vote in the hall.
WOW - It's Electric!
To introduce their new topic, It's Electric, the children in year 4 had a great time investigating electricity. They used snap circuits, wires, batteries and even balloons!
Take a look at some of our learning experiences from 2016/17.
Our year started with a visit to Blackpool Zoo. We had a fantastic time and learned lots of facts about animals and their habitats. Nitro Neil from Mad Science visited us in November to introduce our topic, Shock Horror. We had a great day learning about electricity and circuits and even got to use a van der graaf generator! We were also lucky enough to be invited to Blackpool Aspire Academy to make our own light up Christmas cards in their science labs.
Throughout the year we have worked with Fit 2 Go from Blackpool Football Club. They taught us how to have a healthy lifestyle and the benefits of regular exercise. Learning about maps took us to Stanley Park to carry out field work where we had to use maps and compasses to navigate around the park without getting lost!
Most recently we visited Lancashire Science Festival at the University of Central Lancashire. We had a great time learning about food resources, sound and how Disney films are animated.
We have had a great time in Year 4 and can't wait to see what learning experiences await us in Year 5.
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