In Literacy this week, we have been writing stories using our imaginations. The children have been working on skills such as; writing speech using the correct punctuation and fronted adverbials. All of the children's stories incorporated them finding a magical ring and then describing what the ring would do, where it would take them and the adventure that they would go on. The children have all made lots of progress in their writing over the past few weeks. As you can tell, we are very proud year 4 staff.
This week in Maths, we have been learning about fractions. The children have used their times table knowledge to aid them in this. Practicing TT Rockstars really helps the children throughout all of our Maths lessons.
Some brilliant home learning about fractions from Lottie!
Personal, Social, Health and Emotional Development
Today during our afternoon session, we spoke to the children about puberty. The children learned about the changes that occur during puberty by watching an educational video, which depicted how both the male and female bodies will change.
This was followed by a discussion, where the children were encouraged to ask any questions that they had. The children learned about the different parts of the body using the correct terminology and the importance of good hygiene routines during the puberty period.
The children demonstrated excellent knowledge throughout the session and we were incredibly proud of how mature and sensible the class were while taking part in these sensitive discussions.
Following this lesson, your child may wish to speak to you about what they have learned. We have reminded the children to always be respectful when discussing these matters.
During this topic, we are learning all about Ancient Rome and the people who lived there. We will be exploring what life was like 2000 years ago in Rome, examining roman artefacts, learning who the Gladiators were and what life was like in the Roman army.
Do you think you'd have what it takes to be a legionaire?
Take a look at this fabulous topic based home learning done by members of our class. We LOVE the positive attitudes that you are demonstrate towards your learning!
Here is some of the work that we have chosen to display about our current topic. The children have worked so hard in their learning and we have been astounded by some of the homework that children have chosen to do independently. These children have, of course, been rewarded with beks!
In this topic, we will be learning all about the different geographical locations that contain mountains and rivers. We will learn about the water cycle, different mountains from around the world, different mountain formations, features of rivers and rivers from around the world.
As part of our topic, this week we have been learning about dental health. Children took disclosing tablets to highlight plaque build up and the problems associated with poor dental hygiene. After that, we looked at brushing teeth correctly in order to maintain healthy teeth.
10.02.21 Alfie completed his numeracy sheet. Well done! Keep sending your work in, we love to see how hard everyone is working.
10.02.21 Tim has been working hard on his numeracy work. Keep it up!
10.02.21 Riley and Esme having fun in the snow.
09.02.21 This week in literacy, the children have been asked to write a story about an imaginary world. Billie, Francesca and Evie-Grace have started theirs. We can't wait to read about your adventures.
09.02.21 Well done Annie, you have completed some amazing numeracy work.
08.02.21 well done Harry, a great start to numeracy and literacy this week. Keep up the hard work.
08.02.21 Excellent numeracy work Billie, very well set out and neat.
08.02.21 Well done Ralphie on completing some of your tasks today. You are working very hard.
08.02.21 Today's numeracy for yr4/5 is to understand how to multiply/divide by 10/100/1000. Fantastic Francesca. Keep up the great work!
08.02.21 Isabelle designed and made some chocolates, they look delicious!
19.01.21 Hi yr4/5, hope you're all keeping safe and well. We're enjoying looking at all the wonderful work you are sending in. If you haven't sent us any yet, please ask your grown up to take a photo and email it to Mr Cutt so we can put it on our class page. Hopefully, we will see you all soon.
21.01.21 Look at all this amazing food Isabelle has made! Don't know about the blue spaghetti.
21.01.21 Wow! Look at all the amazing work Esme has completed. Nice work station, keep up the fab work.
21.01.21 Billie has completed an explanation text on volcanoes. Excellent presentation, well done.
21.01.21 Francesca giving her reasons for why we should change clothes for PE.
20.01.21 George working hard on the laptop. Well done.
20.01.21 Grace has had a busy week, working through worksheets and taking daily exercise with Noah. Well done.
20.01.21 Looking good Ralphie! Thumbs up, back at you. We love looking at all the work you're completing, well done.
20.01.21 Francesca has completed her work on PSHE and Jenson has been working in his workbook, learning about perimeters. Keep up the great work!
20.01.21 Well done Isabelle, love your colourful, neat work.
19.01.21 Billie has been working hard completing her numeracy work sheets. Well done!
19.01.21 Travis is working hard at home. Well done!
19.01.21 Well done Tim! You're working very hard. We love to see all the different work.
19.01.21 Harry has been completing some wonderful, neat work in his school book. Keep up the great work!
19.01.21 Well done Jenson. The completed model of the Solar System looks fab! Great annotation of your work.
19.01.21 Jaylen looking relaxed and happy whilst completing his work. Well done.
19.01.21 well done Coda! We all agreed what a great question to ask.
18.01.21 Wow! Well done Grace, this is a wonderful piece of work.