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Spring 2

Here Come The Dragons... 

Our dragon topic continues this term with a focus on Cressida Cowell’s ‘How to train your dragon’ and non- chronological reports about dragons (including the fascinating, and real, Komodo dragon!) In guided reading and topic lessons we will be moving from life in Anglo Saxon times to focus on the Viking invaders!

4.4.19 Year 4 enjoyed working systematically to identify and match up a variety of scents! They buzzed happily around the hall and made careful predictions. They created some AMAZING ink drawings and watercolours of bees after identifying the body parts like thorax and abdomen...

3.4.19 INVESTIGATING POLLEN Today we had a brilliant time finding out about pollen with Dr Helen. We looked at pollen under electronic microscopes, we conducted pollen counts and made our own pollen grain out of clay. Fantastic learning everyone!

2.4.19 What's the buzz? We had a brilliant time investigating how we can change the buzzing noise made by a balloon. We made predictions, planned our experiment and made it fair, collected data using the iPads and drew conclusions. Fantastic work everyone!

Ask us how we made the balloons buzz!

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Year 4 have bee...n decorating biscuits to raise money for a bee charity. Well done Year 4.

It's STEM week!! We can't wait to show you everything we have been up to!! Keep checking back to see all our Bee related activities. It's going to be BEE-rilliant!! 🐝

It started with our launch assembly....

We were visited by an apiarist (bee keeper) who told us how to look after bees and why they are so important. Did you know 50,000 bees live in a hive? He showed us how to use smoker and that it is used to help calm the bees because if a bee smells smoke, they panic and feed on honey to prepare themselves for a journey.

We found out about the protective clothing bee keepers wear. They are white so you can spot any bees. They also have ties to make sure bees can get in the suit. When bees are angry they aim for the face so it is really important to wear a net to protect your face.

Honey Chocolate chip cookies

Our Recipe....

Cooking with Honey - Chocolate chip biscuits

You will need:

A pinch of salt

125g of chocolate chip

175g of Honey

110g of butter

1 small egg

175g of self raising flour

(Makes approximately 14)

What to do:

  1. Preheat the oven to 180 C
  2. Grease a large baking tray
  3. Cream the butter and honey until light and fluffy
  4. Add the egg and mix well
  5. Sift the flour and salt and add to the mixture
  6. Add vanilla extract and chocolate
  7. Using a teaspoon drop the mixture onto the baking tray allowing them room to spread
  8. Place in the oven for 12-15 minutes
  9. When cooked, cool on a wire rack

Dragonese Day! Thank you all for making such a brilliant effort - you all look amazing and we can’t wait to get started on our activities...

Battle of Westerhope Field

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Praying to Valhalla for victory in defending their settlement!

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Model village competition ....

Times Table Rock Stars

This half term, we are having a big push on knowing our times table facts up to 12 x 12. Please can the children use the Sound Check on Times Table Rock Stars as often as possible! Each time you play, you earn points and get faster. Who will be top of the leader board?? Good luck everyone!! 

26.3.19 MAKING A DIFFERENCE

The Big Battery Hunt 

The Eco-Warriors and Year 4 have been very busy getting ready to launch the Big Battery Hunt. We want to see how we can make a difference to the world by trying to get everyone to recycle their used batteries. 

⭐️🔋 Happy hunting 🔋 ⭐️

The Big Battery Hunt

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25.3.18 Spellings Information

We have a very busy two weeks coming up with Dragonese Day and STEM week so have decided to not give out spellings. Instead keep practising your TT Rockstars! Good luck!! 😊

25.3.18 Congratulations to this amazing learner who came second inher first ever cheerleading competition. What an amazing achievement!!

19.3.19 Aujourd'hui, nous avons appris à acheter des légumes!

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19.3.19 Aujourd'hui, nous avons appris à acheter des légumes!

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12.3.19 RIGHTS AND RESPONSIBILITIES 

Peace Talk

Today, we were very lucky to be joined by Owen and Bob from the CND. They talked to us about peace and we discussed what it means to us. We listened carefully to each other's views and the story of Sadako. We then wrote down our wish for peace and created our own oragami crane. We thought about whether children can change the world.

⭐️Fantastic work everyone!! ⭐️

World Book Day 2019

5.3.19 RIGHTS AND RESPONSIBILITIES 

Today we found out what rights are and which ones children have. Watch the video to find out more. We then thought about whether children can change the world. We are looking forward to finding out more about Sadako next week from our visitors. Well done Year 4! 

What are child rights?

What are child rights?? Brother and sister duo Jack and Ruby explore the Convention on the Rights of the Child, which guides all of UNICEF's work.

4.3.19 RELATIONSHIPS We were very lucky to be visited by Jill, our school nurse, today who discussed the importance of relationships. Relationships are bonds and connections. We thought who we have relationships with, how we can respect and look after each other. We know it is important that we share different personal imformation with different people.

28.2.19

25.2.18 SCIENCE Today we trialled and planned an experiment to see how far a dragon’s roar will travel. Ask us how we will make it a fair test.

25.2.18 Investigating Fractions

How To Train Your Dragon - Book Trailer 2014

Discover the world of Cressida Cowell's fantastic books, which inspired the awesome How To Train Your Dragon films. Learn more about the Isle of Berk, our hero Hiccup and his adventures with Toothless and other dragons. Narrated by David Tennant. Buy the books: http://bit.ly/buyHTTYD Explore Hiccup's world further: www.howtotrainyourdragonbooks.com

Here is a little look at those Komodo Dragons - this term Year 4 will become ‘real’ dragon experts!

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