Year 4

This week the children have been learning how to divide in Maths. In English, the children have been learning how to write non-chronological reports. They have enjoyed learning all about Spencer Silver and states of matter. In P.E, the children have been keeping fit with our fantastic boot camp sessions. We hope you are all managing to stay warm in this cold weather we are currently experiencing.

  • Year 4 have been busy practising and performing their class assemblies.
  • 4SF reminded us of the importance of rules and retold the story of Rosa Parks.
  • 4F are excited to share what they have learnt about States of Matter and 4H are taking us back in time to Pompeii on Friday 1st February. We hope parents and carers enjoy seeing their children showcasing their talents and knowledge in these assemblies

Buongiorno Italia

 

We have had a splendid start to our new term! Food tasting, learning the Italian language, making 3D structures and creating our own Venetian masks. We can't wait to learn more about Italy throughout the term. Please look out for our newsletter through ParentMail which tells you all about the much anticipated topic. 

Our twitter page is often updated with pictures and year group news. Please follow us if you can at @Year4_WLPS

The Blended Learning website will be updated with a video every fortnight and will be linked to English or Maths. Where possible, we will upload a video for both subjects. 

 

  • Year 4 have been busy practising and performing their class assemblies.
  • 4SF reminded us of the importance of rules and retold the story of Rosa Parks.
  • 4F are excited to share what they have learnt about States of Matter and 4H are taking us back in time to Pompeii on Friday 1st February. We hope parents and carers enjoy seeing their children showcasing their talents and knowledge in these assemblies

Rampaging Robots

 

This week we held our first parent workshop in Year 4. It was a fantastic opportunity for the children to showcase their skills and knowledge of electricity as they had to make a robot which would light up. Not only did it have to light up, it also needed to have a switch so that the light could be turned on and off. The children had a great time decorating their robots once they had completed the circuit. It was a great turnout across the whole of Year 4 and we would like to thank parents and carers for taking the time to come and visit us. 

Christmas will soon be upon us so we are practising our songs ahead of our Christmas production. 

 

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