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What have we been up to in Year 4?

Published on Tuesday 1 October 2019 by Mrs Ferguson.

In Science we went on an invertebrate hunt outside, looking for different creatures with and without backbones! We found all sorts of creatures!

What have we been up to in Year 4?What have we been up to in Year 4?

Muddy Fun! We all had such an amazing time at Muddy Mayhem on Friday! As you can see from our photos we were very muddy!

What have we been up to in Year 4?What have we been up to in Year 4?

In topic we predicted where we thought certain foods came from in the world. We had to use our maps skills and knowledge of hot and cold countries to make our predictions.

What have we been up to in Year 4?What have we been up to in Year 4?


Continent Crazy!

Published on Monday 16 September 2019 by Miss Reeve.

This half term, Year 4 are learning all about Europe. To begin with, we refreshed our memory of the continents around our world and researched the different climates and populations, comparing them to one another. We even tested our memories by drawing world maps on the pavement with chalk!

Continent Crazy!

Next, we brought our attention back to our continent. We used an atlas to locate various countries within Europe.

Continent Crazy!

We then chose countries that interested us and worked in groups to come up with questions and interesting facts about various locations in Europe. We decorated our display and added our notes, and will continue to add information over the coming weeks. Next we will be looking at capital cities and lines of longitude and latitude. By the end of the half term, we should be confident using a range of geography terms!


What's that sound?

Published on Monday 24 June 2019 by Mrs Marsh.

This half term in science year 4 are learning about sound.

 

We began by looking at different instruments and discussed how the sound is made. We have talked about and recognise that vibrations make sounds. This links well with year 4 learning to play the guitar this half term too!

 

What's that sound?

As an extension to recognising that sound is caused by vibrations, children have experimented and found patterns between how loud a sound is and the size of the vibration. Children then explained their results.

 

 

What's that sound?What's that sound?

We then linked our learning to how we hear sound.

 

What's that sound?