Year 4 had a fantastic trip to Magna Science Park to start our 'Disaster Strikes' topic. Exploring each element individually, the children operated real JCB’s, marveled at a tornado made of fire and even felt the wrath of a hurricane!
We have been working really hard in Maths, using a variety of resources, to develop our mathematical understanding.
Over the past few weeks, we have been designing posters using Microsoft Publisher, linked to our topic 'Ancient Egyptians'. The children have learned a range of skills, such adding photos, text boxes and boarders to make their posters eye-catching.
Year 4 have also used their computing time to research more about our topic, helping them to develop vital research skills. Topics that they have researched include the River Nile and Tutankhamun.
As part of our Science topic all about the digestive system, we are being scientists and are investigating what happens to our teeth when we drink different liquids. We couldn't really use real teeth for the experiment, so we're using egg shells instead. We planned our fair test and made our own predictions of what would happen. Now we just need to wait and find out what the liquid does to the eggs. Stay tuned to find what we discovered!
On Wednesday 20th September, we had our Pobble launch in school. The Pobble representative, Mrs Robinson, came in and led a very exciting assembly where we found a mysterious box which contained a pocket watch and a letter from Professor H.
Without a moment to lose, returned to our classrooms and were very eager to get started! After deciding the period in history we would want to visit, we collected vocabulary in groups, using our senses. We then planned our story, using a WAGOLL from Pobble to help us. After break, we were finally able to write our stories. We explored all different eras!
All in all, it was a wonderful day and we all got to be writers of our own stories. Some of us even got published and you can find our work on Pobble.com!
We are very lucky to have specialist PE coaches teaching us PE this year. We've been outside looking at all the different skills needed to play cricket, such as throwing, catching and fielding.