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More Vicious Vikings homework! Keep it up, 4C! (15.11.18)

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5.11.18

 

We've kicked off our Vicious Vikings topic with a film to begin to look at who the Vikings really were. We'll try to unpick some myths and use historical sources to understand the past.

Two children have already baked Viking flatbread - well done you guys!

Vicious Vikings Introduction - wow starter!

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Visitors from the NSPCC were in school today to give children an assembly called 'Speak Out. Stay Safe'. We heard about what abuse is and how it is important to speak to a trusted adult. We learnt the Child Line number with a catchy song - 0800 1111.

Welcome Back!

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I've attached the new homework grid for after half term. You might want to begin collecting stars by completing homework tasks during half term!

 

Happy Viking researching!

Miss C :) 

Homework for new Imaginative Learning Project: Vicious Vikings!

Year 4 Trip to Botanical Gardens

 

On Tuesday 23rd October, year 4 visited the rainforest (oops - not really! Actually, it was Birmingham Botanical Gardens). We had a great time exploring, handling live animals and finding out about plant medicines, products and foods from the rainforest.

 

What a fantastic way to end this half term's imaginative learning project. A true FAB FINISH!

Observational drawings of natural objects (18.10.18)

One way of answering last week's Maths homework! (11.10.18)

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Jigsaw: Puzzle 1, Piece 5 - Making decisions and choices (10.10.18)

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4-10-18: A very busy week indeed!

In Maths, we've been problem solving using addition and subtraction skills.

In English, we've been using expanded noun phrases and fronted adverbials in descriptive texts about the rainforest.

In Jigsaw, we discussed consequences of actions and thinking ahead.

In Topic, we considered the impact that humans can have on environments. 

Another little monkey! Rainforest show and tell...

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Rain forest Project - well done for bringing in Mr Orangutan for show & tell! (25.9.18)

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Science: Q. How do you classify living things? A. Try counting the body parts of a classroom wasp!

Science: Q. How do you classify living things? A. Try counting the body parts of a classroom wasp! 1

Jigsaw: How to make sure we make good choices

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Holding a debate: should we be cutting down rain forest trees? (20.9.18)

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Trip to Birmingham Botanical Gardens 23-10-18

Make sure your trip letter is signed and returned by 12th October!

You can wear non-uniform. Make sure you wear sensible shoes in case of rain.

Packed lunches must be brought.

We'll be handling rain forest animals and feeling the tropical heat of the rain forest!...

 

Miss C :)

Text mapping in English: Diary entry with actions (11.9.18)

Jigsaw - learning to keep ourselves healthy and happy

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Experimenting with building numbers in Maths

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Our classroom is looking really colourful!

Hello 4C!           (4.9.18)

 

I'm really looking forward to seeing you in the morning and finding out about your summer holidays! I've been to Devon and spent a lot of time with family. What did you get up to?

 

Remember to bring your PE kits on Fridays.

 

You will get homework on Thursdays and you need to bring homework back in by the next Thursday.

 

See you soon...

 

Welcome to Class 4C

 

Welcome to the new school year. Miss Case will soon be filling this page with lots of exciting

class news, pictures of things we’ve done and more.

 

Do you have any ideas for this page? If so, then let Miss Case know!

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