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Year 4 Topic (Global Food)

Year 4 have learned where some food come from in our Topic lessons. They really enjoyed baking and making dishes and typical food from China, France and Germany.

Well done Year 4!

Mrs Hallworth

Lego Robots!

In ICT, Year 4 have been learning how to build simple programs using Scratch. We have developed our skills and enjoyed programming Lego robots. We have also designed algorithms for our ‘sphero’ ball. Year 4 had fun designing and exploring programs!

What was your favourite activity?

Well done Year 4!

Mrs Durrani

Buying Fruit in French

Want to go to France and buy fresh fruit at the market?

Then take year 4 children with you and they’ll do all the talking!

Well done Year 4 !

Mrs Hallworth

Year 4 – World Book Day

World Book Day

Today, the children dressed up as their favourite characters from their favourite book for World Book Day. We had lots of interesting characters from Iron Man to Mr. Willy Wonka!

 

Here are some pictures of the children in their World Book Day outfits:

We said goodbye and good luck to Bethany today as she is moving to a new school. Good luck Bethany! Stay in touch and hope you enjoy your new school!

It was my last day teaching in Year 4 today. Thank you Year 4 for being brilliant, you have been a pleasure to teach. All the best for the rest of the year, keep up the fantastic work!

Miss Nixon.

Year 4 Spring 2

Welcome back, everyone!

This  half term we are learning:

  • Maths:Telling the time, converting units of time, weight, capacity and measure
  • English: Poetry(Nonsense poems), warning stories, instructions
  • Science: Animals including humans
  • Topic: Global food
  • RE: Shrove Tuesday, Lent, Easter
  • PSHE: Respect
  • Art/DT: Paul Cezanne(“Still LIfe” paintings), drawing and paintings fruit, making a fruit salad and rice dishes
  • PE(Tuesdays): Ball games, hockey
  • ICT: Design, write and debug programs

Dates to note:

  • 6th &7th March: Parents evenings
  • 9th March: Visit to Bradford Cathedral and Kala Salam
  • PE lessons are now on Tuesdays

Mrs Hallworth

 

 

Egyptian Death Masks

Well done Year 4 for designing and making Egyptian death masks. it was a long process but it was worth it! They are all fantastic!

Here are some photos of the different stages.

A big THANK YOU goes to Mrs Barraclough for taking most of these Art lessons! We miss you already!

We will also really miss Gaby. We wish her and her sister Evie all the best and hope they will come and see us soon.

Have a nice break, everybody!

Mrs Hallworth

 

Year 4 Assembly

Year 4 performed their class assembly today to parents, staff and children.

Thank you to all the parents who attended the assembly. The children really enjoyed sharing their knowledge on Ancient Egypt, Sound, the Rhythm and Rap poem they learnt in English and the Amazing Egyptian Song!

Which was your favourite part of the assembly?

Here is the full video of the children performing the assembly:

Well done Year 4! You were super!

Miss Nixon and Mrs Hallworth

St.Paul’s Achievements this week

                                          

Whole school attendance: 95.6%

Year Group Attendance Winner: Year 3

Stars of the Week:

R – Lucas B

1 – Scarlett M

2 –

3 – Harry M

4 – Finley B

5 – Rajveer G

6 – Hassan S

Resilience Award:

R – Macey C

1 – Oliver D

2 –

3 – Charlie T

4 – Sam

5 – Saphron M

6 – Perez J

Well done everyone!

St.Paul’s Achievements this week

                                          

Whole school attendance: 94.87%

Year Group Attendance Winner: Year 4

Stars of the Week:

R – Ellie.C

1 – Phoebe.C

2 – Leo.W

3 – Jasmine.S

4 – Harry.F

5 – Courtney.B

6 – Samuel.S

Resilience Award:

R – Jacob.D

1 – Keery.R

2 – Samuel .H

3 – N/A

4 – N/A

5 – Codi.L

6 – Preet

Well done everyone!

Year 4 Maths

Year 4 have had a busy couple of weeks in Maths learning all about angles and 2D shapes.

The children investigated the properties of 2D shapes and are now able to recognise and describe shapes using mathematical vocabulary such as: parallel lines, perpendicular lines, horizontal, vertical and lines of symmetry. The children used iPads in class to create shapes on the geoboard app. They also went around school investigating which shapes they could find.

We also used our ‘Little Teachers’ in Year 4 to explain how to work out tricky maths problems about shapes to the rest of the class.

Here are some pictures of their work:

Well done Year 4!

Miss Nixon, Mrs Hallworth & Mrs Barraclough.