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Year 4's Topic for the Autumn Term was centred on chocolate and its origins.  The children received a golden ticket to visit Salon du Chocolat to make their own chocolate.

Autumn Term 2 has kicked off with the boys teaching us how to add 2 4 digit numbers using the compact column method. Well done boys!!!!!

Here are the girls showing us how to places periods of history in chronological order. Well done Girls!

Were they just a bunch of cavemen?

Stone Age people were creative, resilient and clever resourceful people. They produced real art on the walls of their caves. 

Displays, Displays, Displays!

This week the children have used their class text to make group book reports on the characters in Charlie and the Chocolate Factory.

 

Their homework is so spectacular that we have to display it on our working walls in the classroom. Oh no, we are running out of space!

Dress up Day

To celebrate 50 years of amazing children's stories, we had a Roald Dahl dress up day where the children dressed up as their favourite characters from a Roald Dahl story.

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CLASSROOM ANTARCTICA

Year 4 have got off to a cracking start in 2015 by throwing every ounce of energy they have into their new topic.

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Setting up base camp- team work

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Antarctica Expedition Day

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FUN WITH MATHS!!!

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Using maps and atlases to find and plot human and physical features on a blank map of Antarctica.

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Displays, Displays, Displays!

This week the children have used their class text to make group book reports on the characters in Charlie and the Chocolate Factory.

 

Their homework is so spectacular that we have to display it on our working walls in the classroom. Oh no, we are running out of space!

Dress up Day

To celebrate 50 years of amazing children's stories, we had a Roald Dahl dress up day where the children dressed up as their favourite characters from a Roald Dahl story.

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CLASSROOM ANTARCTICA

Year 4 have got off to a cracking start in 2015 by throwing every ounce of energy they have into their new topic.

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Setting up base camp- team work

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Big Write!

We have been using the magic EDITING glasses to help us spot errors and improve our independent writing.

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Westbourne Weather Station

The children will be tracking Westbourne's weather for 2 weeks before comparing it to the weather during the same period in Antarctica. They will collect, record, present, analyse and interpret their data. Each group has a different task to complete. They will be checking the air temperature, wind speed, wind direction (with compass work) and rainfall.

We are all hoping for some snow!

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Antarctica Expedition Day

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FUN WITH MATHS!!!

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We have been practising our timestables with lots of different challenges every day.

We have also tried to count on and back in  multiples of10, 1000, 1000, 25 and 50 which was trickier than we thought!

Getting Active in P.E

The children have been making up a dance where they each play a part as the ocean or an iceberg. We have chosen the soundtrack 'Frozen' by Madonna.

We have also been practising our dribbling skills and ball control in football and learning to invade and defend in benchball.

As you can see, we are very focused on improving our skills!laugh

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Using maps and atlases to find and plot human and physical features on a blank map of Antarctica.

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