We used drama to orally rehearse our newspaper reports before writing them. The children were able to generate quotes and informative language and share this with each other.
Aston, a volunteer for Manchester Homeless Group, visited the children to inspire them and congratulate them for all of their hard work. The children have been working tirelessly to raise awareness and gather clothing and food to give to the homeless charity.
In our science lessons, we have been classifying living things in a variety of ways. We went on an invertebrate hunt on our school field to compare the similarities and differences between insects we found. The children were very brave and eagerly held everything they found.
As part of our topic, we designed and built structures that were fit for purpose; carrying cars over a river. Once built, we tested our bridges with weights to see if they were solid structures. Well done to Jacob and Serena, whose bridge held 3kg!!
Another part of our charity project with Global Action Plan was building a bug hotel. The children decided that saving the bees was something that was important to them and that the best way to help and spread their message was to build a bug hotel. It will stay on our school field for hundreds of…
Locating the world’s most famous mountain ranges.
Working with Miss Ramsey to create some fantastic sentences.
After a dedicated few months of walking, the children finally reached their target of 1830miles and ended with the support of their families and the rest of the school as they completed their final laps. They celebrated with a colour party - blue and yellow for Ukraine.
Year 4, you should be so…
The boys working hard to sort through donations for Manchester homeless group. Incredibly proud of what this group have achieved!
In maths, we played a giant game of battleships to help us to understand co-ordinates.
As part of our Science topic, we became leaf detectives and classified the different leaves on our field.
Year 4 are walking a combined total of 60 miles a day to reach our target of 1830 miles (the distance from Manchester to Ukraine).
Keep going Year 4, you can do this!!