Weslandia a new civilisation

This week year 4 have been working hard on creating wonderful non chronological reports ( posters) about this terms key literacy text called Weslandia. We think that you’ll agree that they look pretty amazing. Well done year 4 your teachers are very proud of you all.

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Bridge Bakes Bread

Everyone in Year 4 hopes that you were able to enjoy the bread that we made last week? Making bread was great fun and linked nicely with our Science topic of Changing Materials and also with our DT project of product design. We wonder if anyone will make bread over half term? Take care everyone…

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Glorious gases

Our Science this term has been all about ‘changing materials.’ We have investigated how some changes such as freezing ice are reversible and some changes are irreversible like boiling an egg. Today we investigated chemical reactions. We filled a lemonade bottle with yeast, sugar and measured warm…

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Year 4 field trips into Bridge village

Year 4 have a enjoyed two separate field trips into Bridge and the surrounding countryside. We followed a map and identified various different places. We walked quite a long way on the first trip and could see the whole of Bridge from the top of the hill which was a great view. We could see the…

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The Iron Man

On Wednesday, pupils in Year 4 had a day of art. As a year group, they have been reading The Iron Man by Ted Hughes.

Using the illustrations by Chris Mould as inspiration, pupils created their own mixed-media pictures. They used watercolour paint, wax crayon, fine-line pen, dip pen and Indian…

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Year 3 Word Wizards

Well done Sienna, this is the first example of 'Word Wizardry' that we have received. Words are very interesting if you start looking for patterns within them or researching the history of words. I wonder if, as you are reading children, you can spot words within words and let us know? Keep in…

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Community Well-being

George, Ali, and mum were surprised this week as they walked their usual dog-walking route with the amount of litter they saw. They feel like it has increased since the lockdown.  Recently, we have been asking you to reflect on nature and the wonderful environment around us and how, now that we…

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Amelie N has discovered some online drawing lessons and has created these beautiful drawings. She has a lot of talent!

If you want to do some drawing, follow this link ;


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Miller and Pelham make a robot

For the Junk Model challenge, Miller and Pelham have made this amazing robot. It has lots of detail on it. I wonder what jobs the robot can do for them?

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Amelie's time capsule

Amelie has created a time capsule full of information for someone in the future to find, and has buried it in her garden. It will be very interesting for whoever finds it to learn about the strange times we are living through. I wonder how long it will be before it is discovered?

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Sophia's fairy garden

This amazing fairy garden was created by Sophia and her family. It has a bug hotel and a pond! It will be really interesting to see if any little visitors move in...fairies included! Well done!

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Year 3 Rock Day

Last week, Year 3 had an amazing day learning all about Rocks with Andrew Berry. The day consisted of making models of the Earth to show the different layers; inner core, outer core, mantel and crust. They learned to identify the different types of rocks, fossils, minerals and rock formations.…

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