Thank you for visiting the Year 4 page. This is where you will find information about our learning. If you have questions, please contact us on the email addresses below.
Miss Wood and Miss White
Year 4 enjoyed experimenting outside. We were investigating how the volume of sound affects the distance travelled.
Working as part of a team, we have researched and created Roman aqueducts. We found out about the Roman's as engineers and the legacy they left behind.
Children in Need.
The Year 4 children enjoyed dressing up and wearing their spots and Pudsey ears to celebrate Children in Need!
4Wh - Outdoor Maths.
4Wh were practicing their knowledge of multiplying numbers by 10,100 and 1000 by using their whiteboards to move digits to their new place value columns.
4Wo enjoyed using their Base 10 resources to help them with column subtraction.
In Year 4, we researched designs and use of mosaics in Roman culture. We applied our knowledge to design our own mosaic. For the border, we created a small design which we could manipulate to help us with rotation around the corners.
We then used coloured pieces of paper to act as the tiles and created our own version of mosaics using collage skills.
4Wh Forest School
During the first session 4Wh enjoyed working together outside. They made dens, carried water to create a muddy puddle, made delicious mud 'cakes' and helped Miss Wood use the loppers to cut up some branches.
The second session was our Conker Day. The children had the opportunity to use tools to thread their own conker on a string. Some of the children chose to apply their skills to make their own range of conker jewellery.
4Wo Forest School.
Year 4 enjoyed their Forest School sessions. We experienced a range of weather conditions over our three weeks. We enjoyed being outside together for our first bright sunny session. Heavy rain in the third week resulted in us spending time inside developing our knots and lashing skills. We made boats to carry Lego figures and tested them in shallow and deep water. We even rescued a hedgehog during our second session. He or she has now been taken to an animal rescue centre as he was rather small and outside during the day.