FebruaryPosted by Year 4 Tue, February 28, 2017 15:06:16
This week we investigated Murphy's law and whether toast will always land butter side down when dropped. We tested out different ways of dropping toast, adding jam and cutting it up to see whether it would make a difference. We had lots of fun.
FebruaryPosted by Year 4 Tue, February 28, 2017 14:46:59
Congratulations to Imogen, Lily Mae, Xanthie, Dillion, Jesse, Josh,Max, Ryan and Aricha for attending science club this term and collecting their certificates.
Welcome to our new members
FebruaryPosted by Year 4 Tue, February 28, 2017 08:39:31
In our Key Stage 2 Collective Worship the first children to complete their Reading Challenge Homework received their special certificates. Each child spoke to the whole key stage about their favourite book, explaining why they enjoyed reading it. It was wonderful to hear so many good book reviews. Well done everyone!
FebruaryPosted by Year 4 Mon, February 27, 2017 19:19:01
This week Year 4 have started to learn about sound. We started off learning that sound is all to do with vibrations. We did a little experiment using drums and rice! We also did a sound survey around the school. In small groups we went to different parts of the school to listen to the different sounds we could hear and what was vibrating to make these sounds.
FebruaryPosted by Year 4 Sun, February 26, 2017 18:37:19
Just in case you can't remember, here are the activities for our 2017 residential to Liddington. Hope you are all looking forward to it!
FebruaryPosted by Year 4 Sun, February 26, 2017 17:12:03
This week we were lucky enough to see two people from German talk to us about the recorder. We didn't realise how many different types there were. They also played a number of beautiful pieces for us. We also joined in using our voices and bodies. It was good fun.
FebruaryPosted by Year 4 Fri, February 24, 2017 09:07:55
In PE we are going over the basic gymnastic shapes to ensure we can do them correctly and in a variety of different ways. Can you guess which shapes are which?
FebruaryPosted by Year 4 Fri, February 17, 2017 18:26:13
A great mash up of two traditional tales.
Well done Rudy.