We are going to make our very own travel brochures next week and to prepare we have been researching brochures online and identifying the features. In science, we have started learning about animals and humans. This week we began with looking at food webs and if animals are herbivores, carnivores or omnivores. Thursday 13th December – winning house trip for Fisher House! They will also learn a little about the geography of the country and will have the opportunity to taste some traditional foods. We have acted in some drama work based on how to look after a pet dragon. Miss Line and Year 4.
In RE, we asked why Jesus called himself the Shepherd. On Thursday 22nd November we are celebrating International day. The children will be invited to come to school dressed in traditional clothes or outfits inspired by a country of their choice. Reading each day forms part of your homework. Thank you for all the reply slips; I am only waiting for one or two more. It allows parents to communicate about what he or she is learning. On Monday, we studied waterlilies and learnt how to draw them.
We showed them off to the parents and each other in a parade around the Scott Hall.
We then got to build our cars and this involved cutting wood with saws to psters axles and constructing the chassis. We were lucky enough to try on some of his equipment and learnt a huge amount about mountains. Homework helps parent learn more about what your child is learning in school. Learn More Accept Cookies Settings.
St George’s Catholic Primary School
We also have refreshed our memory on angles by finding and identifying peterw within shapes. Reviews No reviews have been submitted for this Childminder.
We have been solving word problems that involve both multiplication and division. Visit from the Fire and Rescue Service. This seems to work well for everyone. Everyone in the class knew the poem and pdters beautifully — they should be very proud. It allows parents to communicate about what he or she is learning.
We debated if these historic figures deserved one and who might get a Blue Plaque today. We have also been counting in 25s and s to make sequences. Please bring back consent slips. PE is on Mondays and Fridays and just a reminder again that children need to arrive in their PE kits on Friday morning — thanks! We identified human teeth and used mirrors to count how many incisors, canines and molars we have.
Thank you all for your hard work this term. We also made some excellent posters about the stages of the water cycle!
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Everyone put so much hard work and effort into making colourful and exciting hats. Have a great Bank Holiday weekend. She truly inspired us to keep working hard at all the instruments we learn.
This class has created every type of dragon from sparkly, diamond dragons to fierce, elemental dragons to dragons that will cook dinner for you.
We also made a very tasty layered salad inspired by the hungry caterpillar’s munching. We have also been being to read our new class book — Varjak Paw! Luckily, the weather has not been cold enough yet for these skills to come into use.
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St Peters Hammersmith
Hello and welcome to Year 4 and the first of our weekly blogs! We then animated short films about them in groups. Nicola Benedetti, who is a renowned violinist, played for us in assembly. She explained how she started playing violin at a very young age and by continually working sr and practicing every day she became a worldwide star.
They used it to find out which of them was the tallest and then measured Mrs Robb. Not long now until our class assembly — rehearsals have been going well. Billwricay, in computing we are creating our own Wikipedia pages about famous people. On Friday, we tested our times tables knowledge with the four times tables.