We took advantage of the snowy conditions to learn more about states of matter.
Did you know that water can be a solid, liquid or a gas?
When it’s a solid it’s called ice, when it’s a liquid it’s called water, and when it’s a gas it’s called water vapour.
We used the process of melting to turn the solid ice into liquid water, we also observed the results of pouring salt on snow and ice and discovered this melted the solid creating a liquid!
Today we read a story called Spaghetti and meatballs for all. It was a story about a husband and wife who wanted to host a family reunion. They knew they were going gong to have 32 guests, so Mrs Comfort (the wife) drew up a fantastic seating plan using 8 tables and 32 chairs…
However, once the guests started to arrive and move the tables around, things became slightly more complicated!
We enjoyed working in mixed groups today to use our knowledge of area and perimeter to investigate different ways Mr and Mrs Comfort could have arranged the tables and chairs to seat all of their guests.
As part of our science topic on animals and humans we have learned about the digestive system. This week we used our bodies to make models of the teeth, tongue, oesophagus, stomach, small intestine and large intestine…
Can you guess which picture is which?
Year 4 had a visit from a Roman Solider. They also made some Roman Bread.
Year 4 have worked hard to produce a lovely liturgy all about the importance of giving.
We have all had lots of fun today, it was great to dress up as some of our favourite book characters for world book day.
The year 4’s have enjoyed learning about different communities in our RE topic. They
understand that we can belong to lots of different communities. Some boys in the class
planned a wonderful liturgy to celebrate belonging to our school community.
Last week the year 4’s had a great time at Temple Park competing in the ‘Skipping
challenge.’ We won lots of certificates and we achieved a Bronze award for our