4K. 4B and 4MA have settled into their new classes and have been busy with lots of amazing work. Here are some of the wonderful and fun activities activities they have been engaged in.
Can you recognise some of these faces in Year 4?
Eid Al Adha Celebrations
making Eid cards
Party game- really quietly!
More party games..
We all love pass the teddy.
In Topic we are learning about The Ancient Greeks. We are learning about who they were, where they lived, what they did, their beliefs etc. Here are just some of the fun things we did.
Greek food tasting
Some of the food we taseted
Pitta bread, feta cheese, humus, olives...
How does the humus smell?
Does he or doesn't he like feta cheese?
Some like it some don't!
Listened to and discussed the Greek mythical story
Planning the characters for role play.
Role playing Pandora's Box
Evil and bad things coming out of the box.
Pandora Box's created for our homework project
4K practising passing, indicating and defending skills
Passing using over arm.
Indicating direction to move
Defending the pass.
Wednesday 21st September 2016 was safety day in school. Children carried out E-Safety, Fire safety and Road safety activities.
Fire Safety : workshop with the the firemen
Road Safety: Designing road safety posters.
E-Safety: Designing our E-safety charters.
Year 4 are very fortunate to learn how to play a musical instrument with specialist music teachers.
4K are always looking forward to their music session with Mr Jennin, every Thursday.
Handwashing session with the school nurse
The school nurse delivered are very interesting and informative session on the importance of washing our hands properly and thoroughly.
Germs are all around us!
We learnt some interesting facts.
How clean are your hands Mrs Jones?
Checking for germs with the special light.
Hiba talking through the correct way to wash hands
Good rub and scrub with soap and warm water.
Germ free hands!!
Black History Day , Monday 17th October 2016
Mrs William's assembly to introduce the day.
Quick quiz to check children's knowledge.
Zimmel representing Year 4 in the quiz.
Year 4 writing a fact file about Rosa Park.
Some role play. Can you spot Rosa Park?
Rosa Park arrested for not giving her seat up.
Visit to the local Library
On Tuesday 18th October Year 4 visited the local library, Ward End Library. After settling down on the colourful rug in the teaching room , Tony, the librarian told us lots of interesting information about the library ie. the opening times, how the books are organised, other events held at the library and how we can join the library. Then she read two very interesting books, one was very unusual book because it was printed out as burger. After that we got a chance to have a look around at the books in the children's section. Before leaving the library we were given application forms to join the library.
Visit to the Ward End Library
Planning ideas to write a description of a setting.
working in groups.
Mind mapping ideas for each of the senses.
Discussing our ideas in the group.
Wow so many ideas for our writing.
Sharing our ideas with the rest of the class.
4K displaying their Gymnastic skills
Guided Reading Parents Workshop
The focus for this years Inspire Workshop was Guided Reading. The parents came into the class and observed our new whole class Guided reading session. We started with an ERIC picture activity, for this the children had to Choose, Retrieve and Interpret the questions from the picture. Then we moved on to whole class text- The Trojan Horse. After reading the text together and answering some questions together the children then worked with their parents to complete the comprehension questions.
Children in Need Day 2016- What great fun and success
Year 4 Christmas Celebrations 2016
Year 4 enjoyed a range of fun activities during this festive time. Here are some of them.
Visited Santa's Grotto
Party dinner and crackers!
Look who we pulled our crackers with!
Watched Jack and the Beanstalk Panto
Today the children had an exciting day solving many maths puzzles and problems. They also designed and made Maths board games and wrote Maths raps.
Making a board game as well as dice and counters.
Designing our names on squared paper.
Writing a Maths Rap.
Solving online puzzles.
Creating our own Maths board game.
Children who achieved 100% attendance in the Autumn Term
Well Done 4K 100 percenters!
Year 4 Cornerstone Topic
'Burps, Bottoms and Bile'
Open wide- let's take a look inside! We're on a voyage to investigate the busy world inside our body! Do you have a toothy grin or a winning smile? Are you brave enough to disclose the plaque, caused by the effect of sugary substances, on your pearly whites using the disclosing tablets. We will follow a tasty morsel as it makes its way through your digestive system, helped by some mouth watering saliva!
During our journey we will be creative and make a working model of the digestive system, persuading and learning how to look after this marvellous, belching, squelching, mixture-making machine we call our body.
Talk by School Nurse on Dental Hygiene
Investigating to understand the process of tooth decay
Recording observation of food at the start.
Recording colour, texture, appearance & smell
Placing each fruit in a bag.
Will record observations over the next 7 days.
Life Education Centre (February 2017)
Year 4 met Harold the giraffe and learnt about making 'choices' that affect our everyday life and sometimes the people around us, e.g. exercise,food, hygiene, games we play, being kind etc.
World Book Day (March 2017)
World Book day winners announced in assembly.
Reading in class. Can you guess who this is?
Listening attentively to class book.
Writing interesting facts about David Walliams.
So many superheros......
We designed and made Potion bottles with clay.
4K Mother's Day Class assembly
A wonderful performance by 4K with singing, dancing, poetry, sharing our mums talents etc. Our mums and teachers were very proud of us.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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