On Thursday we had some special visitors in Collective Worship to tell us about an exciting event that is happening in the village in March, and they introduced a project that we are going to be working on as a … Continued
We listened to a sound clip and used oil pastels to capture the setting that we thought we could hear. We then used words and phrases to describe our settings, improving these with the use of word banks, thesauri and … Continued
As part of our Science topic of Electricity, we were set a challenge to create an electrical circuit to protect a special one million pound box! We had to include buzzers and set up our circuit correctly. We practised how … Continued
Dear parents and carers, We have decided that in order to ensure the safety of our children and staff, we will not be opening the school tomorrow (Monday 11th December). That does unfortunately mean that years 1 and 2 will … Continued
What do you think would happen to the brightness of a bulb if more cells were added to a circuit? What about if the same amount of cells were used but more bulbs were added to the circuit? Year … Continued
Year 4 had a special morning on Wednesday. A tennis coach came in to teach the children and give them a taster for playing Tennis in a competitive game. This followed on well from our previous PE focus of Tennis.
In their science lesson this week, year 4 learned about the electrical properties of lemons.
As part of our focus on Growth Mindset, we thought about the main character from our current class text. In talk partners, we decided which animal attitudes Tom had shown us and supported our ideas with examples from the story. … Continued
Year Four have been enjoying learning about the Ancient Egyptians this term. As part of our project we have been making 3D pyramids and sphinges. We started by looking at photographs of Ancient Egyptian pyramids then designed our own, incorporating … Continued
Year 4 went on a bug hunt and each collected a bug from the back field. We had to search carefully and make sure that we remembered where to return our bugs to afterwards. Once we had collected our bugs, … Continued