This Easter there is no homework, but we would like you to practice the statutory words (please see below). There is also Education City and don’t forget to practice your times tables rock stars!
We have been looking at bridges in DT this term. We have researched, designed and made bridges and are going to test them on Thursday morning to see if they are strong enough.
We showed good use of team work and reflectiveness when things didn’t work.
Year 4 are currently studying Where the Wild Things Are in English this week. Last week we had a rumpus, recreating the story. Then we wrote a recount about what happened. We hope you enjoy reading a selection below!
We have been reading Kensuke’s Kingdom in our English lessons this term and have even written our own island adventure stories. Please enjoy reading some of these below!
Due to weather conditions, school is not open today (1.3.18). However we have some fun work for you to do whilst you’re off.
Maths: Write the events of your day as 12 and 24 hour and describe what you were doing. Try using time to the minute, both past and to the hour.
English: Write a descriptive paragraph about what the South Downs looks like in the snow! Don’t forget to use conjunctions, expanded noun phrases, brilliant vocabulary and a variety of sentence types.
Please continue to practice your spellings, times tables rock stars and complete the homework on Education City.
Beech have worked extremely hard this term working on Shaun Tan’s The Thing. They shared their work in assembly this week with the rest of the school.
They used drama to show the plot of the story, shared their descriptions of own lost things, read questions and answers for and as the thing, made inferences about the character, read letters they had written to the department of odds and ends, and read the latest newspaper reports about strange events.
Thank you to all the parents who were able to attend. If you were unable, please see the powerpoint above which includes their learning. Well done Beech class for all your hard work this half term!
Please find our spellings for this week. Keep practicing!
This term, Beech class have been studying Shaun Tan’s ‘The Thing’. We imagined we were reporters from The Liss Post reporting on The Thing being discovered and finding a place to live. Read some of these newspaper reports below.
Beech will be doing a class assembly about their learning surrounding this story on Wednesday 7th February. We look forward to seeing you!