Year Four 2013-14

Warwick Castle May 2014

On Thursday 8th May, Year 4 visited Warwick Castle as part of our castles topic. We saw the drawbridge being lowered and raised, watched archery and birds of prey shows, looked around the Great Hall and climbed the castle walls and towers!

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Topic Homework – Year 4

This model shows the Himalayas. The tallest mountain is Mount Everest and next to it is K2

Taj Mahal made using gold and white paper, kitchen roll and egg cups

A model of the Taj Mahal madeusing a box, rolled paper and a

bottle top for the dome.

Two models of the Himalayas. One made with papier mache on

a paper plate. The other made from clay and seeds.

This Golden Temple was made with cardboard, polystyrene, plastic

cups and a variety of wallpapers withdifferent textures, with a sparkle!

This Taj Mahal was made with cardboard, kitchen roll and a ball!

The Golden Temple made with cardboard, shiny paper and

decorated with paint and glitter.

The Golden Temple painted with golden paint and decorated

with beautiful white sequins.

The Taj Mahal made using white paper, a cardboard box and

green paper for the trees.


4B making Greek play masks

On a visit to Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery, we made Greek masks which would have been worn by actors in a play.

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Creative Arts week 2014

Our topic was celebrations so we made festive crackers. We printed the paper, made paper hats, wrote the jokes and made a paper toy to go inside before rolling them up

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Year 4 Indian Models

Children in 4B made models of famous Indian landmarks at home.

Dear Parents

This half term in Year 4 we will be looking at:

Literacy:

Children will be writing diaries and reports connected to our topic of castles.

Numeracy:

Children will be learning about securing number facts and understanding shape as well as handling data and measures.

Science:

Children will be learning about FRICTION. They will be learning about how objects move overdifferent surfaces, pushes and pulls and how to use force meters.

Topic:

Our topic for this half term is CASTLES. The children will be learning about the purpose of castles, the structure and parts of a castle and what it was like to live in a castle. In addition, the children will be visiting Warwick Castle.

ICT:

During ICT this half term, the children will be creating WIKIPAGES online about themselves and castles.

PE:

Children will be developing striking and fielding skills when playing CRICKET this half term. They will be improving their ability to bowl, field the ball and hit a straight drive. Children will continue to swim on a Wednesday morning.

PATHS:

In PATHS this half term, we shall continue to learn and think about FRIENDSHIPS.

Regards.

Miss Belshaw Mrs Ram

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