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More Viking projects have been coming in this week- well done! (29.11.18)

Viking Costumes (16.11.18)

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Guided Reading this week (16.11.18)

Guided Reading this week   (16.11.18) 1
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Here are 4S working hard in small groups to answer some questions on a text.

Vicious Vikings! (9.11.18)

Vicious Vikings is the name of our Imaginative Learning Project for this half term. We have already had a number of children bringing some of their homework projects in, what a super start! Remember this half term you have a choice of which pieces of work you do but you need to collect 10 stars by the end of term. I can't wait to see more Viking longboats made from pieces of junk!

Our fabulous visit to Botanical Gardens! (26.10.18)

To finish our Call of The Wild topic we visited the Birmingham Botanical Gardens to learn a little more about the rainforest and touch some rainforest creatures which live there! We visited the tropical house which was very humid and saw some of the magnificent plants which grow in tropical climates. these included lots of foods like coffee, sugar cane and cocoa!

Where have all the woodlice gone? (19.10.18)

In science this week we set up an investigation to find out which conditions a woodlice likes the best - dark or light? wet or dry?

Unfortunately, we couldn't find many woodlice! Where had they gone? At last, we found a couple so the investigation could be done! Back in class, we watched the woodlice in the trays and we found that after half an hour the woodlouse had settled in the dark half of the tray while the second woodlice preferred the dry side than the wet.

Jigsaw lesson - who can make the tallest tower?! (12.10.18)

 In our Jigsaw lesson this week we were discussing how decisions are made. Some 'observers' saw how decisions are also made within the class when groups were given the task of building the tallest tower. Would they vote on each decision or would one person emerge as a leader of the group?
28.9.18

School Council candidates give their speeches! Good luck everyone!

School Council candidates give their speeches! Good luck everyone! 1
School Council candidates give their speeches! Good luck everyone! 2
School Council candidates give their speeches! Good luck everyone! 3
School Council candidates give their speeches! Good luck everyone! 4
21.9.18

Negative number lines in Maths!

Negative number lines in Maths! 1
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5,4,3,2,1,0...... -1!

 

This week in Maths we have been counting backwards through zero learning our negative numbers. Above are a few number lines which were made in our maths lesson. We are hoping we don't experience minus temperatures just yet though!

Winning Week!      (14.9.18)
4S were the best class at lining up this week! Well done! We now have the pleasure of Rosie in our class for the week who is currently making friends with Jigsaw Jaz. Jogsaw Jaz stays with 4S for our Jigsaw lessons and to help us remember to take turns when speaking.

Call of The Wild! (5.9.18)

To start our Call of The Wild project this half term we enjoyed a rain forest inspired art afternoon. We had lots of fun making rain makers and animal masks as well as trying out new medias such as oil pastels to create a rainforest picture. What a great way to spend our first afternoon back!

Welcome to Class 4S

 

Welcome to the new school year.  Our class blog will be updated to record  any class news, pictures of things we’ve done and photos of key events in our school year.

 

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House Points

House Points

  • Oak 31
  • Ash 27
  • Elm 29
  • Pine 33

Attendance

Attendance

  • 3E 98.9%
  • 3S 93.8%
  • 4C 93.6%
  • 4S 96.7%
  • 5B 94.8%
  • 5S 96.7%
  • 6D 95.2%
  • 6H 98.7%

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