Welcome to 4B
Monday 30th March 2020
Challenges for today:
You will be able to log in to sumdog.com and complete a maths challenge that has been set for you.
There is also a spelling competition on sumdog, this is available from today until Friday 3rd April, please have a go at this.
Below, is a PiXL challenge of grammar, maths and reading - please complete these in your exercise book.
Your sumdog log in and password details should be in your diary - if they are not there, please email me and I will send you them.
Missing all of you! Hope you are all OK and are staying safe. Contact me if you need anything at all, Miss Bevan.
Keep us up to date on what you are doing at home – use your teachers’ work email to send photos to them. We would love to see what you’re doing!
Miss Bevan's email address is:
Here are a list of websites you can use for free while at home during this time.
Youtube video with Anthony James showing you how to create a dinosaur with junk modelling.
Choose any story to listen to for free! 😊
Join in with Jo everyday at 9am for a PE session!
Maths, English and topic videos to dance to.
This allows you access to any learning resources or games you might like.
A variety of experiments you can carry out!
Learn how to draw lots of different things!
Country Trust Food Discovery Project
This year we have the amazing opportunity to take part in the Country Trust Food Discovery Project. Watch this space for updates and photographs of our progress through this project.
Autumn 1 - Blue Abyss
This half term our topic is called "Blue Abyss". We will be learning about the living organisms found in our oceans and the impact humans have on these.
When we arrived, we had to have our golden tickets checked by the conductor. School looked so different! We had to travel through tunnels and along the tracks in the link corridor to get to our classrooms! There were even engines in the reception area and at the bottom of the corridor!
As part of our new mini-mission ‘Who Eats What”, year 4 recreated the organs of the digestive system using some everyday items; a plastic bag to represent the stomach and a pair of tights to represent the intestines. Using orange juice as stomach acid, we digested biscuits, bananas and crackers. Once we had squeezed all of the possible nutrients out, what was left was excreted!
On Monday 24th February, we entered the hall and became archaeologists! We started investigating clues for our topic. To begin with we used different tools to dig up artefacts such as: a trowel, sieve and a brush to find the objects in the soil. As we dug, we discovered: numbered envelopes, pictures, mosaic tiles, coins, a wooden plaque, broken pottery and a bracelet. Whilst we were investigating, we had to think about questions we would ask about the artefacts. Using our detective skills we tried to identify what ancient civilisation our topic was about. After closer inspection and a class discussion we discovered out topic is The Romans!