Year 4


Soil Investigation

Class 3 have enjoyed putting their knowledge of rocks and soils to the test and investigating the permeability of soil from around the school grounds. Working in groups, the children selected an area of the school grounds to investigate, gathered their samples and set up an investigation back in…

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Posted by Mrs Pelc on 1 March 2018

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Chinese New Year Celebrations

Class 3 were very busy celebrating Chinese New Year on Friday 23rd. The day began with the retelling of the Chinese New Year zodiac story, in which we had some fabulous acting for a reenactment, especially from our poor cat Sonny who did not make it to the finish line on time!

After listening…

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Posted by Mrs Pelc on 1 March 2018

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Class 3 Build our own skeletons!

The children have enjoyed building their own skeletons and labelling them. After addressing a few upside down ribs and some muddled up leg and arm bones we had one completed skeleton per group! We then went on a scientific name hunt and added them to our skeletons too. 

 

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Posted by Mrs Pelc on 3 December 2017

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Class 3 - Stone age shelters

We brought our baskets back into the classroom and showed fantastic teamworking skills to build our stone age shelters. 

We even brought some uninvited guests back into the classroom with us, thank goodnes Ben and Toby were there to return the woodlice and spiders to their actual…

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Posted by Mrs Pelc on 19 November 2017

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Class 3 gather materials for making stone age shelters!

On Friday we were set the challenge of building stone age shelters using only natural ,materials that we could find outside.

Our first task was to gather these materials, so we wrapped up and set out with baskets to fill!

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Posted by Mrs Pelc on 19 November 2017

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Class 3 made the digestive system!

In science we followed a set of instructions to make our own digestive system. 

First we added a cream cracker, banana and orange juice (which represents stomach acid) into the
plastic sandwich bag which represented our stomach. Then we added water, which represented saliva.
We had to…

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Posted by Mrs Pelc on 8 November 2017

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Class 3 PE

As part of our dance unit this half term we have been learning some Halloween yoga poses. 

We listened to a spooky story and used our bodies to make the shapes of the characters mentioned in the story. 

Then we started to learn the Thriller dance rountine which we are quite brilliant at!

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Posted by Mrs Pelc on 20 October 2017

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Class 3 Science

Class 3 enjoyed dissecting lily flowers in science. They matched each part up to the correct scientific name and enjoyed learning how to say them!

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Posted by Mrs Pelc on 20 October 2017

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