wc 4th October
We've been looking at negative numbers and Roman numerals in numeracy and describing a setting in literacy. We've also been thinking about REACH in God Matters and the purpose of having a mission statement. To finish the week though, we've been enjoying the outdoors again - as you can see from all the smiles! We ran a mini marathon as well as our usual PE and outdoor learning sessions. We all took home a certificate to celebrate completing it. Mrs Hares also joined in - but has some work to do if she wants to keep up with us!
wc 27th September
This week in St George's we've been looking at rounding in numeracy and our story of the Winter Dragon in literacy. We've been getting ready for our harvest assemblies for next week and enjoying a break in the rain for our outdoor learning and PE lessons where we were lucky to have one of our governors, Mrs Gwyer, join us.
wc 20th September
This week in St George's class, we've been reminding ourselves of colours and parts of the body in French. We've also been busy in the garden, whilst a group of us searched to make our own dienes out of natural materials. We then had to make four digit numbers and try and guess what everyone else had made.
WC 13th September
Week two in Year 4 and we have been enjoying getting stuck into our new literacy and numeracy units. In literacy we have been looking at newspaper reports, their features and used drama to learn one by heart. In numeracy we have been looking at place value and number lines and created our own one in class with tape. We have also been enjoying getting into the school garden - wasp free!
Wow! What amazing creatures the children have created. We have loved looking at all the living things and discussing their features.
WC 6th September
We have had a busy first week and have settled into Year 4 really well. We started our new topic Planet Earth - looking at living things in Science and our world in Geography. We had our first REACH Friday back and half the class enjoyed making our own Venn diagrams and sorting living things, whilst the other half researched what we can grow in the school garden at this time of year with Mrs Daly.