3HA were Back in Town!

I would just like to say thank-you to the children who have been back into school today to share some time together before the end of the year, I have had a great day! For some of us, it has been quite some time since we have seen each other and it was great fun to see you all again, share our…

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Geckos, African land snails and more ......

Year 4ST have had the most fantastic morning with Clive who is a local Scientist. We have been learning about animals and insects as part of our Science week. The children have closely observed a range of bird and animal skulls and creatures with exoskeletons such as cockroaches. It was great fun…

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Tutu Trouble

On Wednesday 12th February year 4 had the opportunity to go to the Gulbenkian Theatre to see a performance called Tutu Trouble. The story, told mainly through dance, was about a dog and a girl who find a magical tutu in a box in the woods. When the dog (called Scruff ) puts the tutu on he just…

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Nailbourne study

On Wednesday afternoon Year 4 enjoyed the rare sunshine whilst on their walk around Bridge as part of our local studies, Geography lesson. We saw many interesting things that we had not noticed before. As well as reading a map and adding map symbols. We were also able to cross the river Nailbourne…

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The Sound of Science

On Wednesday year 4 continued their science investigation of sound.

This week I asked the children to write a post in their own words. Thank you to Emma in 4ST.

"Yesterday in Science 4ST and 4JH had a great time learning about sound, vibrations and sound waves. Throughout the afternoon we…

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Year 4 Get Creative

This week the children in year 4 have been learning to set out their sketch books. Today they have had great fun with drawing each other in ‘flying’ poses. 

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Brilliant baking!

Today Year 4 had a great time making bread as part of our Science. A few weeks ago we investigated how yeast makes bread rise by putting sugar, yeast and hot water into a lemonade bottle. We put a balloon over the top and watched it blow up with carbon dioxide! It was amazing to see. We then…

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Wash away the microbes

 On Friday year 4 had some visitors from Pfizers. We learnt about microbes and how to wash our hands properly. First we had some special liquid to rub on to our hands to represent microbes. Next we washed our hands and then using a special ultra violet light, we could see where the fake microbes…

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Romans lend me your ears (and the rest of your face)

This week Year 4 have been painting our Roman legionnaires that we made during our visit to the Dover Roman Museum.

We are continuing to learn about the Roman legacy. 

 

Year 4

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Remembrance Poetry

Today, after our whole school Remembrance Service, Year 4 read poems by two of our favourite poets: Roger Stevens and Brian Moses. The book is called 'What are we fighting for?' We then brainstormed the qualities of a soldier. Some of the qualities were brave, kind, trustworthy, loyal,…

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What’s the Matter?

It’s been a day for excellent work today. Emma and Elsie popped along to my office to show their excellent work on solids, liquids and gases. 

They were able to explain how the molecules within each of these states of matter were different and how to change from one state of matter to…

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Year 4 Trip to Roman Museum

Year 4 had a fantastic trip to the Dover Museum where we learnt all about Romans. The day started with a clay work shop where we all made a Roman soldier. We learnt that they were not allowed facial hair and had to have ear protectors in case their ears got sliced off in battle! The next activity…

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