Take a look at some of the fun things we have been doing in Year 4.
Design Technology: Sewing - March 2023
Sewing an apron.
English Lesson: Instructional Writing - January 2023
In English we have been focusing on instructional writing. We followed recipes to make salsa and guacamole then created our own mini recipe books.
Maths Lesson: Area - January 2023
In Maths, we have been investigating area.
Sound - January 2023
We have been learning all about sound. We investigated how sound travels and how we hear sounds.
Design Technology - January 2023
We created mascots based on World Cup countries and used our knowledge of pneumatics to open and close the mascots mouth.
Martin Luther King Junior Day - January 2023
In Year 4, we celebrated Martin Luther King Jr day. We recapped key events from his life and created some crafts based on his famous 'I Have a Dream' speech.
Christmas Cornet concert - December 2022
We have been preparing for our Christmas Cornet concert. We rehersed a range of songs and pieces on our cornets. We invited the parents in and performed a concert to them.
Design Technology: Pneumatics - December 2022
We have been learning all about pneumatics. We designed a mascot based around a World Cup team and used our knowledge of pneumatics to make the mascot move.
Day of the Dead - October 2022
We had great fun celebrating The Day of the Dead!
Gymnastics - October 2022
In PE, we have been learning all about key shapes, jumps, rolls and creating routines. We worked in groups on floor routines and used equipment to jump from heights.
Martin Luther King Jr. - October 2022
Our key figure for Black History Month is Martin Luther King Jr. We researched information about his life and his work as an activist. We created information texts in English and produced some art work.
Number Lines - October 2022
Maths we have been using number lines up to 10,000. We worked in pairs to mark the intervals and midpoints on number lines.
Partitioning Numbers - October 2022
In Maths we have been focusing on partitioning and flexible partitioning of numbers up to 10,000. We used Base 10 to help us visualise the numbers.