Year 4 Trip to the Museum 27.11.2018
See below the pictures from our fantastic trip to Peterborough Museum!
This week in Science we had great fun exploring the digestive system, we first of all looked at the role of the mouth and saliva, before then making our own stomach bags.
This week is Anti-Bullying Week, where during the afternoons we have been focusing on respect, and what it means to be respectful. We have taken part in lots of activities to help with our learning including a conscience corridor.
This week in English we continued with our letter writing, learning a variety of strategies to make our writing persuasive.
In Science we explored the functions of different teeth through a scientific inquiry. This helped us then to understand the diets of different dinosaurs based on the shape of their teeth.
We had lots of fun in Science today, exploring how well do we really look after our teeth. We used disclosure tablets to put our tooth-cleaning skills to the test and see how clean are our mouths really are!
Please find a list of websites that your children can use to support their learning on the digestive system, which we will be starting after half term:
Maths - This week we will start our learning on addition, where children will be learning how to add numbers up to 10,000.
English - After finishing off our fantastic adventure stories, we are now moving on to Nonsense Poetry where we will be creating our own nonsense poems all about our science topic of the teeth!
This week during maths we have been focusing on Rounding. We have taken our learning outside to practice drawing number lines. Through GAS tasks we have explored how to round to the nearest 10, 100 and 1000. See pictures below
In English this week, we have been deepening our learning on using Fronted Adverbials and power of 3s to make our sentences really exciting.
In science we have conducted our own scientific investigation looking at the effect of fizzy drinks on our teeth. See pictures below.
As part of our topic learning we took part in a Roman WOW day. In the morning we were detectives and had to crack a Roman code to reveal a secret message. After break we designed and created our own Roman shields, and in the afternoon we learnt and performed a Roman dance, before then having a Roman banquet.
Welcome to Pandas class!
I am very excited to have 30 new Pandas in my class and can't wait to start our exciting learning for this year!
Our topic for the Autumn term is The Romans, where we will learn about the Roman empire and its impact on Britain. We have a variety of exciting texts we will be focusing on in English including ‘The secrets of Vesuvius"
In Maths we will be continuing our learning through the use of Maths No Problem. We will begin by focusing on our knowledge of numbers and their value.
During Science this term, we will be learning all about Teeth.
We are very lucky this year to have 3 teachers in year 4, Miss Woods, Mrs Brough and Miss Faux to help support our learning. Our TA for this year is Mrs Sullivan.
Year 4 will be having their PE on Monday afternoons, please make sure children have PE kit in school on this days and that it is the correct kit: white shirt, black/blue trousers and trainers.
We encourage children to read regularly and children will receive a reading raffle ticket for reading 5 times a week. Children should record their reading in their reading record daily. We ask that you sign their reading records to acknowledge your child has read, these will be collected on a Tuesday morning. Children should bring their recording record book into school every day. Thank you.
Please remember your water bottles every day as our classroom does get very warm. Please make sure the water bottle is clearly named and is only filled with water or squash only. Thank you.
Homework will be given out on Tuesdays and is due in on the Monday of the following week. Please encourage your child to do the challenge questions set. If they wish, they may attend the weekly homework club to complete their homework.
Children will be lining up in the morning outside Pandas door and will be going in to the classroom to complete their morning activity at 8.50am. They will be released from the same place at the end of the day.
We have a fun and busy term ahead, which I hope you are looking forward to as much as I am!
Please feel free to speak to me for any further information.