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'Wheels to school day' in Science week
24 Apr 2018
Anglo Saxon Weaving in Art
24 Apr 2018
Problem solving activities in Maths lessons
24 Apr 2018
Making Slime in Science week!
24 Apr 2018
Zac types up both Anglo Saxon songs for us to learn for our class assembly!
24 Apr 2018
Eco Active representative chats with Year 4 children involved in 6 weekly Eco sessions encouraging an Eco Friendly lifestyle
24 Apr 2018
Starting our Angl Saxon village shown in the Year 4 assembly!
24 Apr 2018
Map work in Geography
24 Apr 2018
Eco Council going through Eco Survey data before presenting to KS 2 in Eco Assembly
24 Apr 2018
Year 4 visit to All Saint's church, Higham's park-R.E topic link-Comparing Christian places of worship
14 Mar 2018
Science week-Mrs Chatterton brought in vegetables for us to categorise and taught us how we could do this.
14 Mar 2018
Science week-Sabri's dad came into several year groups to show robots he had created with the secondary children he teaches.
14 Mar 2018
Science week talk about old and modern diseases and their cures then and now.
14 Mar 2018
P4 C (Philosophy for children)
14 Mar 2018
World book day celebrations!
14 Mar 2018
Mr Lloyd, Miss Lloyd's dad came into 4EL to help us with our topic'States of matter'.
14 Mar 2018
Fizzy drink investigation
14 Mar 2018
'Firebird' dances
14 Mar 2018
Can you help us make our classroom displays more multi-lingual?
25 Feb 2018
Drawing Story maps for Ivan's journey in our recent focus text, 'The Firebird'.
25 Feb 2018
Sad to say goodbye to Paula! We wish her every success with finding a job as an English teacher in Valencia!
25 Feb 2018
British Museum Trip 4EL
25 Feb 2018
Map work in Geography locating towns and rivers
23 Jan 2018
Bike ability today!
23 Jan 2018
Working on a script for our 'Courtroom scenes' based on 'The Firebird'.
23 Jan 2018
P.E. at Higham's Park secondary led by Year10
23 Jan 2018
4KC and 4EL swap dates for Bike ability
16 Jan 2018
Some of us talking about our faith
03 Jan 2018
Happy New Year! And ....Thankyou!!
02 Jan 2018
Happy Hannukah!
02 Jan 2018
It's Christmas!!
02 Jan 2018
Maths investigations using our practical brain busters challenge cards and materils
02 Jan 2018
Science investigation on Sound proofing
08 Dec 2017
Roman dance lessons
08 Dec 2017
Poetry
08 Dec 2017
Peer marking
08 Dec 2017
North South East West in the playground
08 Dec 2017
Hour of Code lesson
07 Dec 2017
North South East West
07 Dec 2017
Classifying
07 Dec 2017
Thank you 'Swing Patrol'!
07 Dec 2017
Thankyou 4EL for incredible Roman presentations!
07 Dec 2017
International day
20 Nov 2017
Flamenco dancing on 'International day'
20 Nov 2017
Swing dancing workshop
12 Nov 2017
Welcome Paula and new targets...
08 Nov 2017
Jacob's extra project!
08 Nov 2017
A rather unclear shot of the wounded soldier with his trusty friends....
08 Nov 2017
'The Roman Invasion' performance to 2SN
08 Nov 2017
Coding workshop
08 Nov 2017
Homework in 4EL
13 Oct 2017
Come in and see our 'Here Comes Frankie' work in Year 4!
11 Oct 2017
Veralamium Museum trip 4EL
11 Oct 2017
Maps in Geography
11 Oct 2017
Spending money on the trip to the Museum
28 Sep 2017
Trip to Veralamium Museum St Albans-Parent helpers needed
21 Sep 2017
Luckily..they're just acting!
13 Sep 2017


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Spring Newsletter

15 Jan 2014

Year 4 newsletter Spring 1st Half

14 Jan 2014
 
Year 4 Spring Newsletter First Half Term 2014
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Happy New Year to you all. We hope that you all had a fabulously fun, relaxing and welcome holiday and are now ready for the next dynamic and exciting half term in Year 4.
 
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This term, our Creative Curriculum topic is titled Location, Location, Location.
This theme will cover all manner of subjects.
In literacy, we will be reading poetry and stories from around the world and we will use these to support our writing. We will also be using non-fiction texts to research how life in other parts of the world compares to our own.
In numeracy, we will be comparing and ordering numbers up to 10,000, recognising negative numbers in context, deriving doubles and halves of multiples of 10-500/100-5000, multiplying mentally, 2D symmetry and 3D polyhedron and tetrahedron, understanding standard metric/imperial units of capacity and reading simple timetables. We will also learn multiplication/division facts by heart of which quick recall of these facts are very important. We will also incorporate solving word problems for each of these areas of study.
In science, we will be learning about solids and liquids and how they can be separated.
In geography, we will be exploring the Indian village of Chembakolli. We will investigate the physical and human features (climate, jobs, schools and shops) and how these relate to city life and our lives.
In RE. we will be linking our work in geography to why Hindus worship at home and at a mandir.
 
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In art, we will be sketching elephants to link in with our geography theme and designing our own decorative blankets.
In Music, this term we are lucky to have a professional musician teaching us, more details to follow.
Homework:
As last term, spellings will be sent home on Friday for a test the following Thursday (4JL)
English homework will be set on the back of the spelling test sheet.
Numeracy homework will go home on Friday to be returned the following Thursday.
We will be providing a homework book for each child from this week.
Numeracy homework group will continue on Tuesdays this term.
Reading books will continue to be changed as before, when they have been signed in the home school diary. Please ensure that you read, share and discuss the books with your child.
As always, you are very welcome to speak to us after school. If you feel you need a longer time to talk, please ring the school office in advance to arrange an appointment.
Best wishes for another fabulous term.
Mrs Leftwich and Miss Lloyd
 
 
 
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