Year 4 ventured out into our local area to add symbols and detail to an OS map in preparation for our trip to Castleton next week, where we will compare rural and urban areas.
Today in RE, we read the story of Mary and Joseph presenting Jesus in the Temple at Jerusalem when he was a newborn baby. It was written in Jewish law that the first born boy in a family had to be presented in this way to become fully part of God. In the Temple, Anna and Simeon were overjoyed that…
Labelling countries in the UK and locating countries in Europe.
For our Spanish lesson this week, we started to learn body parts and created our own monsters with labels.
For our second English experience lesson, we discovered a bag full of clues linked to our main character. We then used these clues to describe our main character, Lucy.
Our new science topic is ‘States of matter’. Today we sorted materials into solids, liquids or gas, then we became the particles within each state to help our understanding of the particle arrangement and particle properties.
We made predictions about our new English text, The Whale, from the front cover. Then we watched some amazing clips from Blue Planet about whales and split into groups to research different types of whales and share our findings with the whole class.
We discussed our new topic, Peaks and Cities, and looked at the title and front cover of our new novel, Goodnight Mr Tom and made predictions about what would happen.
Our wink murder champion, Molly!
Last week, we learnt our Spanish numbers to 10 and how to say our age in Spanish. We played lots of game to help us to learn - including ‘Dangerous Spanish 10’.
What were the Year 3 and Year 4 elves up to last night?!
Year 3 and 4 book club working hard on inference questions this evening.