Who Let The Gods Out

Welcome back Year 4.

We all hope you have had a wonderful break.  As you can see our blog has changed to reflect our new text.  This half term we will be reading a text called ‘Who let the gods out’.  It links to our new topic of Ancient Greece.  It’s a humorous book that i’m sure you will all enjoy reading.

When you come into school check out your amazing firework pictures, they look great in the corridor.  Don’t forget to keep reading at home and bring in your reading record updated when you do.

Mr Ibbotson and Mr Carr

 

Star of the week

This week in art ,we created our own firework. The techniques we used were drip, pour and splatter.  The splattering went a bit wrong as it ended up all over us.  In English, we have been discussing the feelings of the main character Lila.  We learnt about how actions show how a character feels.  Finally in Maths, we have been learning to round numbers to the nearest 10 and 100.

Attendance 97.9%

Star of the week

This week, we have learned about formal methods of subtraction and addition in maths. We wrote a set of  instructions for building our fireworks. We created splat paintings, pour paintings and drip paintings in the style of Jackson Pollock.

W continued reading The Firework Makers Daughter.  Also, in art we did a colour wheel showing feelings and we wrote about Jackson Pollock’s life, techniques and his art\paintings. In P.E quicksticks (hockey) was great fun and we also played on the glockenspiels in music.

The Firework Maker’s Daughter

What a great first week we’ve had Year 4!  Well done, you’ve come back with a brilliant attitude.  It was great to see the enthusiasm you all had for our new class text – The Firework Maker’s Daughter.

For any of your parents who are interested in learning about our new text check out the author Philip Pullman.

Keep up the hard work Mr Ibbotson

This week-

This week in Year 3 we have met the Queen of Hearts in our Alice in Wonderland story and found out that she wasn’t very nice.

In Maths, we looked at fractions.

In comprehension, we have answered questions about Alice in Wonderland.

In DT, we have painted our hats.

In Science, we have looked at lights and shadows.

Our attendance this week is 99.3%

 

 

This week

This week we have been -

  • Looking at bar charts and pictograms and solving problems in Maths.
  • Using personification to describe how the teacups and lanterns moved at the Mad Hatter’s Tea party.
  • Planning our setting descriptions in English.
  • Preparing for and taking part in Sports Day.
  • Making our Mad Hatter’s Tea Party Hats.

We also watched a production of the Railway Children, which we all really enjoyed. the-railway-children-childrens-classics-childrens-books1

Our attendance this week is 98.7%

 

 

This week

tea party table

 

In Science we looked at light sources. We had to sort objects into two categories- Light sources and non light sources.

In Maths we were looking at place value and solving lots of problems.

In DT,  we designed our hats for the Mad Hatters Tea Party and we joined our hats together with lots of different materials- staples, PVA glue, split pins, paper clips and rubber bands.

In English, we were describing the Mad Hatters house and the tea party table.

LAn

98.9% Attendance

 

This week

 

mad-hatter

 

AH; We learned about our new topic Alice in Wonderland.We were doing perpendicular, parallel,vertical, horizontal lines in Maths. We read up to the chef throwing plates and the duchess looking after a pig pretending to be a baby in Alice in Wonderland. Our new topic in Science is light. SURPRISE! We’re going to a MAD HATTERS tea party in July. We need to wear a hat and  it needs to be strong so it wont fall off and needs to be .decorated based on a character from WONDERLAND!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Attendance 95.7%