Today, we was using a Atlas to locate other Olympic sites
Today, we were themes detectives in Literacy. We had to identify the key themes in our story 'Save Me A Seat'.
Year 4 visited the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in Stratford. This is part of their Geography learning this term looking at The Olympics and their Legacy. They worked in pairs to do some field research and enjoyed their lunch break at the park.
Year 4's used classification keys to identify mini beasts and plants in the woodland and meadow area.
In year 4 this term, for Science, we are looking at Living Things and their Habitats. Today, we looked at answering our key question: Why do different animals and plants live in different habitats? To gather and organise our thoughts, we drew a diagram. Take a look below:
We also made our own habitats for minibeasts:
For Interfaith week, Nadini taught Year 4 about Sikhism. Everyone had lots of questions and we found out lots of things including the five Ks: Kesh, Kangha, Kara, Kachera and Kirpan, which all Sikhs must wear when they have been baptised. We hope everyone has a lovely Vaisakhi (the Sikh New Year festival) on April 14th!
As winners of the World Book Day Display, class 6 were invited to a tea-party with Sue in the library. Class 6 thoroughly enjoyed themselves! I mean, it's not everyday you have a tea-party in a library!
World Book Day 2022 has finally arrived! (Hurrah!!) It's been such a long time since we last dressed up as our favourite characters. In Class 6, we have tried really hard to make our own costumes. Take a look at some of the pictures and see if you can identify the characters that we've dressed up as.
In year 4, this week, our Design Technology project is to design, create and build a lampshade which tells a story of the British Seaside. Luckily, Tony (our Design and Technology in residence) is on hand to help us! Take a look at what we've been up to...
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