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Music in 4MM

This morning in 4MM, the children performed a fabulous acoustic version of ABBA’s Mamma Mia. Mr Smith played his guitar while the children sang along, showing their hard work over the past few weeks to learn the lyrics and rhythm of the song. Keep up the wonderful work and you’ll all be creatively fit for life!

Art in Year 4

As part of our ‘Roaming the Rainforest’ topic we have started to explore the works of Henri Rousseau. Analysing his work has helped us to recognise patterns in nature and consider how we can use this to inspire our own art work. Visiting the woodlands allowed us to ‘zoom in’ on these patterns and explore different ways of sketching them. To challenge ourselves, we tried drawing without looking at our sketchbook and without lifting our pencils. We also created some bark/leaf rubbings which was great fun, keeping us creatively fit for life!

Year 4 Tri-Golf

This afternoon, Year 4 participated in a Tri-Golf tournament, competing against other schools in a variety of different golf-based activities. The children showed great perseverance and applied lots of our learned skills, alongside demonstrating wonderful sportsmanship. Well done Year 4!

Roamers in Year 4

This afternoon in Year 4, we have been inputting commands into our roamers. We showed great teamwork skills to ensure that our roamers achieved our desired outcome, and debugged any roamers that were not following our commands!

Science in Year 4

In science this week, Year 4 have enjoyed exploring the different habitats around school, observing all of the different animals and plants in the different areas, including: our garden and pond; the playground; the school field; wild flowers/bushes and our woodland area.

We found lots of living things and all of us were able to discuss the conditions of each habitat and consider why these animals or plants might like living here.

Learning in Year 4

We will get our blog up and running shortly with regular updates of our weekly learning across all areas of the curriculum!

Keep an eye out for us!

Fun with co-ordinates and chalk

Today our key worker children had an opportunity to apply what they’ve been learning in maths to a real life treasure hunt! The children had to guide eachother along the grid using simple instructions to their initials and other mystery prizes scattered over the grid.

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