4H

Welcome to 4H.

The Class Teacher is Miss Harrison and the Teaching Assistant is Miss Stanley.

We have lots of exciting things happening in Year Four this year.

Please keep up to date on the website or follow our class on twitter @MissH_yr4

 

 

 

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Mamma Mia Mania!

This week, we have been learning all about Abba and their influence on popular music.

Throughout this week we have been learning how to sing Mamma Mia after we gained knowlede about the tempo, pitch and beat. We have loved this unit of work and our understanding of musical terminology has developed greatly!

 

 

Watercolours and Weaving

While we have been learning about the Anglo Saxons, we have learnt about the craft of weaving that was used as a trade and as part of their culture.

We have ued contrasting colours for two pictures that will be woven together as part of our artwork this term.

Historian's 4H busy investigating Anglo Saxon life

We had a fantastic trip to West Stow Anglo Saxon Village this week. Where we got to investigate how the Anglo Saxons survived in Britain and how historians believed they built their houses.

We loved exploring the artefacts in the museum and imagining living on one of the recreated houses- we loved it so much we wanted to stay longer.

The childrens natural inquiry and inquisitiveness was fascinating as they asked the staff challenging questions based on their learning in school and what they found out while visiting West Stow.

 

Heroic Hrothgar?

 

Although, the smiling Hrothga looks cheerful and caring. Was helike that in Beowulf?

Today, we interviewed Hrothgar about his experiences with Grendel. We roleplayed as newspaper reporters and made Hrothgar sweat under his gown and crown, as we asked the most challenging questions.

Hrothgar and the reporters did a fantastic job!

Magic Maths

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We have been busy learning all about place value.

We explored Roman Numerals here are a few websites to help you practice at home:

https://www.transum.org/software/SW/Starter_of_the_day/Students/Roman_Numerals.asp

https://www.roman-numerals.org/games.html

Now we are learning about rounding to the nearest 10 and 100. Try these websites to help with your learning at home:

https://mathsframe.co.uk/en/resources/resource/447/Parking-Maths-Rounding-Numbers

https://www.topmarks.co.uk/Flash.aspx?f=DartboardRoundingv2

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