Year 4 Blackbirds & Dunlins
This week year 4 have been completing lots of different science experiments in line with our topic “What’s the matter”. Photo 1 and 2 shows our jacket potato experiment where we had to think of ways to keep it warm as long as possible. Photo 3 shows how we experimented with different ways of melting an ice cube, changing its state from a solid to a liquid.
The children really enjoyed using Cheerios to represent the particle formation in solids, liquids and gases.
Using their knowledge of solids, liquids and gases, the children arranged a number of materials according to their properties.
This week Year 4 have been designing Islamic symbols in the style of Gustav Klimt. The Islamic symbol is a crescent moon and a star this can often be seen on the top of Mosques.
Year 4 are really pleased to have Lottie back for the rest of autumn term teaching tennis. This week the children loved playing the game ghost.
This week year 4 have been producing their shields as part of our roman learning. The children have designed, planned and created the shields using cardboard and paint. Thank you for your donations of cardboard.
This week all of year 4 thoroughly enjoyed taking part in a workshop delivered by Steve Manning about the Romans. They were able to try on Roman military equipment and hear stories about the famous invasions.
This week year 4 have been learning about the mythical story of how Rome was created, using drama to retell the story.
This week year 4 have been learning about autobiographic writing, linking this to the emotive writing from the perspective of a Roman solider.