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World Book Day
We loved having fun dressing up to celebrate World Book Day – don’t worry though, as you can see, we still got our work done.
This half term, in maths, we have been working on multiplying 2 digit numbers by 1 digit numbers, to start with we used Cuisenaire Rods to help us.
Brazilian Soccer Skills
We took part in a Brazilian soccer skills session with Mark, who showed us and let us try different ways to move the ball with a partner using a heavier football specially designed for tricks and flicks.
In English we were working on a newspaper report, here you see us writing up our neat copies for the “Wessy Observer”
In year 4 we have been learning how to do a range of different balances with a partner.
In year 4 we investigated a micro-habitat at different parts of the day. We collected out data through observation and then used science to explain the patterns and trends we found in our data. From this we were able to write some amazing conclusions using science to help us explain why there were more animals on the afternoon, compared with the morning.
Year 4 Tennis
Year 4 have been practising their tennis skills, they have been learning how to control the ball using their tennis racket and aim through hoops. Some children were challenged to see how long they could keep a rally going for.
See the photos from earlier this week when the year 4 superstars entertained the school and their families with their wonderful class assembly:
Internet Safety Day, Ukulele and Careers Week:
Year 4 enjoyed taking part in a safety workshop as part of internet safety day, then they came up with their own improvisations looking at how to stay safe online.
They have also enjoyed their weekly ukulele lessons, working on chords from C to G and playing along to songs with Mr Kyle
Finally, as part of careers week Year 4 had a visit from Judith, a business advisor who gave the class advice on what skills and the attitude they would need to set up their own buisness
We have been working on partitioning 4 digit numbers into thousands, hundreds, tens and units using counters to help us
Year 4 Forest School
Year 4 (including Miss Marshall) enjoying their time in forest school
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