We had a fantastic start back to the Autumn term in September and children worked amazingly. We have lots more fun planned for this half term. Children have started their new unit on Volcanoes and Earthquakes with a bang and have an exciting activity involving VR headsets for early December.
Keep an eye out to see what we get up to.
Keep up the amazing work 4B
🌋 Virtual Reality 🌋
Year 4 had an exciting visitor today.
We spent a session looking at volcanoes through virtual reality. Ask us about what we saw 🌋 we all got very excited. Here are the photos from 4Bs experience
Our book in Autumn 2 is...
Where has the 4B elf been this week?
The GIST- Learning about a volcanologist.
4B African Drumming
We can’t wait to start our new Learning Journey
Here is our GIST on our new text Alice in Wonderland
We are writing our own poem about an Earthquake
We are looking forward to an exciting year in Year 4. We have lots of exciting opportunities planned already this half term including our residential visit to Lea Green, and learning how to play the clarinet.
This half term we will be exploring the following within our lessons:-
English - Non-Chronological Reports
- News Reports
Maths - Place Value, including counting, reading and writing numbers up to 10,000.
- 99 Club
Science - Sound
History - Roman Britain
RE - What is the purpose and value of a sacred place?
Keep checking back here to see us thinking, exploring and questioning in all of these lessons.
In writing today, we used the Nando’s spice chart to rate our adjectives. We then looked at how we could make mild and extra mild words better using a thesaurus to describe Count Olaf.
Reading - Krindlekrax
For our Magical Middle, we learnt about Roman Amphitheatres. After, we used cardboard to create our very own models. We had the opportunity to use hot glue guns and scalpels with support from Mr Briggs.
We all worked really hard to create cross section designs of our Roman Amphitheatre and we all really enjoyed using new equipment.
Well done 4B, you all worked amazingly.
Horrible Histories - Boudicca
We used this video in Reading to spark our imagination when reading about Boudicca.
In our writing, we have looked at personification. Wait and see how we use it in our poems about a Roman camp.
September... An exciting visitor
We have been making Roman roads this week out of biscuits and custard. This was great fun reading and following the instructions so we know what is required to write clear instructions for others. In our English lessons we are learning how these are written and we will be writing our own instructions soon.
We had lots of fun!
Our class book in Autumn 1 was...