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Welcome to the University of Birmingham!

 

Hi, my name is Miss Wall, welcome to our class page. Please take a look below at all the fantastic learning that has been taking place in Year 4 (more information can be found in the Parents' Booklet).

 

Also, why not visit our social media pages to see what's going on across school.

Friday 3rd April

Good morning all. Firstly, thank you to all the parents/carers that have supported the children over these past two weeks of home learning, it is really appreciated. As we reach the Easter holidays, please remember to stay safe and take care of yourselves – let’s make this last day before the holidays awesome. I can’t wait to see your activities on Dojo today.

Remember for every task that is completed and photos sent to me there are dojo points available.

 

Daily Puzzle

Some jokes for you today. Those that respond on Dojo with the correct answer get extra dojo points:

  1. What did the Dalmatian say after lunch?
  2. What do you call a duck that gets everything right?
  3. What kind of tree fits in your hand?

 

Easter Project


As the Easter holidays have arrived, it’s time for a new learning project for you to complete with your child over the course of the coming weeks. The children’s new topic after Easter is based on The Romans. Please see the attached information for their project, this also contains the date it needs to be submitted by. Please feel free to share through Class Dojo.

 

Calling all WOLVES Supporters – I know we have a few

For those of you with a printer at home, Wolves have released some colouring pages for the children to complete. Louise Cobbolt, the lady who designs the programme covers, has designed images of Adame Traore, Raul Jimenez and more. Please see the attached link. I would love to see some of the completed ones.

Wolves Colouring Pages

I’ve also attached some colouring pages for the other football fans out there.

Maths

Children please complete Page 8 of your booklet, this will finish off your adding pages in your book. Remember to show your working out if you need to and read the question carefully.

 

Johnny – Please have a go at Page 2 in your Maths book. Use your knowledge of numbers and the names of the digits you see.

 

NUMBOTS

There is also a new Maths game for you to try from the makers of TT Rockstars – type in Numbots into your search engine and load the page, the login for this is the same as your Rockstars login. Give it a go and see how you get on.

 

English

Children please read Page 22 of your Comprehension Book One and answer the questions on Page 23.

Johnny – Please read Page 20 and complete Page 21 in Comprehension Book One.

 

Something New To Try

Today, instead or as well as Joe, you could try a different form of exercise – Yoga. This is good for your flexibility, balance and concentration. It also helps you to relax.

Take a look at the Harry Potter based yoga on the link below:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R-BS87NTV5I&vl=en

 

Geography

Last week in Geography, you learnt about the northern and southern hemisphere along with the equator, the information you found about countries on the equator was fabulous. This week we are going to turn our hands to reading coordinates on maps

When reading the coordinates on the map you need to read the lines of LATITUDE first followed by LONGITUDE. See if you can read the coordinates on the sheet and find out the places that are there. Read the PowerPoint to help you identify latitude and longitude before having a go at the attached map and coordinates.

Household Task

As we are on Day 10 of home learning and you did such a great job last week, it’s time we helped your parents/carers around the house again. Send me photos of how you are helping people out at home – these tasks are worth additional dojo points.

 

 

 

Don’t Forget…

Reading

Please make sure you are finding some time in your day to sit and enjoy a good book. At 11am, David Walliams is reading chapters from his book, ‘The World’s Worst Children’. Follow the link below to have a listen.

https://www.worldofdavidwalliams.com/elevenses/

 

PE

At 9am every day, Joe Wicks will be teaching a 30 minute PE lesson – please access this as much as possible and follow the activities to keep you active:

https://www.youtube.com/user/thebodycoach1/videos

This PE lesson is available on the channel for the whole day – you can access it at any point.

 

There is always the BBC Supermovers videos to keep you active and learning at the same time. Check out the link below:

https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/supermovers/ks2-collection/zr4ky9q

Thursday 2nd April

Good morning all. Fabulous newspaper reports yesterday on Monkey Symphony and some great jokes too. My favourite one was this…

Q: Why did the toilet roll go down the hill?

A: To get to the bottom

Remember for every task that is completed and photos sent to me there are dojo points available.

 

Easter Competition

All entries have now been submitted to Mrs Hodgetts and we await her final judgement on the winners. Good luck.

 

Daily Puzzle

Those that respond on Dojo with the correct answer get extra dojo points:

 

Maths

Children please complete Page 7 of your booklet, this will continue to develop your addition skills. Remember to show your working out if you need to and read the question carefully.

 

Johnny – Please have a go at Page 1 in your Maths book. Use your knowledge of numbers and the names of the digits you see.

 

English

Children please read Page 10 of your Comprehension Book One and answer the questions on Page 11.

Johnny – Please read Page 18 and complete Page 19 in Comprehension Book One.

 

Something New To Try

Today, instead or as well as Joe, you could try a different form of exercise – Yoga. This is good for your flexibility, balance and concentration. It also helps you to relax.

Take a look at the Star Wars based yoga on the link below:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=coC0eUSm-pc

 

Craft/Art

The next Disney character on your how to draw activity is Nemo from Finding Nemo. Don’t forget to send me photos of your art work – the Mickey ones were fab. Miss Bradshaw and I are also having a go again today.

 

Once you have had a go at drawing Nemo, your next challenge is to gather some leaves from the garden or on a walk that you go on and create a leaf animal. Have a look at the picture below for some inspiration. Send over photos of your animals once you have completed them for extra dojos.

 

 

Don’t Forget…

Reading

Please make sure you are finding some time in your day to sit and enjoy a good book. At 11am, David Walliams is reading chapters from his book, ‘The World’s Worst Children’. Follow the link below to have a listen.

https://www.worldofdavidwalliams.com/elevenses/

 

PE

At 9am every day, Joe Wicks will be teaching a 30 minute PE lesson – please access this as much as possible and follow the activities to keep you active:

https://www.youtube.com/user/thebodycoach1/videos

This PE lesson is available on the channel for the whole day – you can access it at any point.

 

There is always the BBC Supermovers videos to keep you active and learning at the same time. Check out the link below:

https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/supermovers/ks2-collection/zr4ky9q

Wednesday 1st April

Good morning all. So it’s April fool’s day today – send me over your best jokes and the one that makes me laugh the most will earn extra Dojo points. Keep smiling and stay safe.

Remember for every task that is completed and photos sent to me there are dojo points available.

 

Easter Competition

Reminder – the Easter competition is still running. Entries are due in TODAY. Please send photos to me through Class Dojo and I will pass them on to Mrs Hodgetts. We’ve had some super entries so far – keep them coming.

Easter Competition

Daily Puzzle

Those that respond on Dojo with the correct answer get extra dojo points:

 

 

 

Maths

Children please complete Page 16 of your booklet, this will continue to develop your division knowledge. Remember to show your working out if you need to and remember to use your times tables knowledge for these questions as they all link back to them.

 

Johnny – Please have a go at Page 8 in your Maths book. Use your times tables knowledge to help you solve these questions. Write down any times tables you are unsure of.

 

English

Children please read Page 4 of your Comprehension Book One and answer the questions on Page 5.

Johnny – Please read Page 16 and complete Page 17 in Comprehension Book One.

 

Something New To Try

Today, instead or as well as Joe, you could try a different form of exercise – Yoga. This is good for your flexibility, balance and concentration. It also helps you to relax.

Take a look at the Moana based yoga on the link below:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5y3gCrL_XIM

 

Creative Writing

Watch the video below called Monkey Symphony, think about the characters and what has happened to them through the story. Make a prediction about what will happen to the duo next. Think about what happens to the piano teacher too.

Your challenge for today is to create a newspaper story detailing the events. They could possibly create a duo who go on to be worldwide best sellers. I have attached a template to help you with the layout of your writing, you could either print it out or use this as a guide when writing. 

 

Monkey Symphony Blurb

In a musical family two brothers are separated by musical differences. At the beginning of the film we see a talented chimpanzee playing the piano wearing his overalls, he seems to be a cleaner with a hidden talent. As he leaves the stage we see the maestro enter. The two chimps share a look. This look leads to a flashback and we see these two chimps as young boys having a piano lesson in a 'Parisien' apartment with a strict Madame. One boy sticks to the rules and plays classically, resisting the urge to have fun and 'funk' it up whilst the other is reprimanded and forced to leave. 
Back in the present we see both Chimps on stage. One behind the curtain and the other in front. Their practise session becomes duelling pianos. The Madame tries her best to stop them playing in the modern style, while a friendly gorilla ensures that they enjoy themselves. They bond over the music, the Madame leaves and the chimpanzees rekindle their friendship over a grand piano.

Newspaper Template

Monkey Symphony

Still image for this video

Rockstars, Mathletics and Hit the Button

Today, I would like you to spend some time on some of these websites to keep your times tables knowledge fresh – I know how good you all were at 27 club and we need to keep that up, it’s a very important skill to have.

Spend some time on the websites and let me know your high scores. Set yourself a challenge of a score to beat and see if you can. Let me know what you get.

 

Don’t Forget…

Reading

Please make sure you are finding some time in your day to sit and enjoy a good book. At 11am, David Walliams is reading chapters from his book, ‘The World’s Worst Children’. Follow the link below to have a listen.

https://www.worldofdavidwalliams.com/elevenses/

 

PE

At 9am every day, Joe Wicks will be teaching a 30 minute PE lesson – please access this as much as possible and follow the activities to keep you active:

https://www.youtube.com/user/thebodycoach1/videos

This PE lesson is available on the channel for the whole day – you can access it at any point.

 

There is always the BBC Supermovers videos to keep you active and learning at the same time. Check out the link below:

https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/supermovers/ks2-collection/zr4ky9q

Tuesday 31st March

Good morning all. Great work yesterday with the Science and SPaG activities that were set, let’s keep the good work going today. Looking forward to seeing your History and Computing work today. Let’s make the last day of March an awesome one!

Remember for every task that is completed and photos sent to me there are dojo points available.

 

Easter Competition

Reminder – the Easter competition is still running. Entries are due in by Wednesday 1st April. Please send photos to me through Class Dojo and I will pass them on to Mrs Hodgetts. We’ve had some super entries so far – keep them coming.

 

Daily Puzzle

Those that respond on Dojo with the correct answer get extra dojo points:

 

Maths

All children please complete Page 15 of your booklet, this will keep your knowledge of division fresh. Remember to show your working out if you need to and remember to use jumping beans – when we divide by 10 all the numbers moved to the right one place, when we divide by 100 all the numbers move to the right two places.

 

Johnny – Please have a go at Page 11 in your Maths book. Use column addition and column subtraction if you need to.

 

English

Children please read Page 6 of your Comprehension Book One and answer the questions on Page 7.

Johnny – Please read Page 14 and complete Page 15 in Comprehension Book One.

 

Reading

Please make sure you are finding some time in your day to sit and enjoy a good book. At 11am, David Walliams is reading chapters from his book, ‘The World’s Worst Children’. Follow the link below to have a listen.

https://www.worldofdavidwalliams.com/elevenses/

 

History

Read through the information that is attached below this. Choose one of the Tudor Explorers and find out some more information about them. Present it either in a poster or a fact file like the ones we started in school before we broke up – think about subheadings and how you could group the information you find.

 

Tudor Explorers

Computing

 

Using the link below to Code Club there are some different Scratch projects you can access at home either online or offline on Scratch. Take your time to follow the instructions and think about what each block requires you to do. Send me some videos of your finished projects through Class Dojo, I would love to see them.

https://projects.raspberrypi.org/en/codeclub/scratch-module-1

 

Don’t Forget…

At 9am every day, Joe Wicks will be teaching a 30 minute PE lesson – please access this as much as possible and follow the activities to keep you active:

https://www.youtube.com/user/thebodycoach1/videos

This PE lesson is available on the channel for the whole day – you can access it at any point.

 

There is always the BBC Supermovers videos to keep you active and learning at the same time. Check out the link below:

https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/supermovers/ks2-collection/zr4ky9q

 

Monday 30th March

Good morning all. Welcome to Week Two of home learning, I hope you have all had a relaxing weekend and are raring to go for another fun-filled week. I can’t wait to see what this week brings as last week you completely blew my socks off with how hard you worked and the creativeness of your work.

Remember for every task that is completed and photos sent to me there are dojo points available.

 

Easter Competition

Reminder – the Easter competition is still running. Entries are due in by Wednesday 1st April. Please send photos to me through Class Dojo and I will pass them on to Mrs Hodgetts.

 

Daily Puzzle

Those that respond on Dojo with the correct answer get extra dojo points:

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Maths

All children please complete Page 13 of your booklet, this will keep your knowledge of multiplication fresh. Remember to show your working out if you need to and to line the digits up correctly if you use short multiplication.

Factors are the numbers that multiply each other to make a given number

Eg. The factors of 12 are 1, 12, 2, 6, 3, 4

 

Because 1x12 = 12

              2 x 6 = 12

             3 x 4 = 12

 

Johnny – Please have a go at Page 10 in your Maths book. Use column addition and column subtraction if you need to.

 

English

Children please read Page 18 of your Comprehension Book One and answer the questions on Page 19.

Johnny – Please read Page 2 and complete Page 3 in Comprehension Book One.

 

SPaG

I have been really impressed with the pieces of writing you produced last week, time to up our game this week and make sure we’re using punctuation where it is needed. Please open the file below, read the sentences carefully and punctuate them with your capital letters, full stops, question marks and inverted commas. Remember inverted commas only go around the words that are coming out of people’s mouths.

 

Punctuation Correction

Science

After your fabulous posters of the dangers of electricity, I thought I would carry on the theme of electricity. Today, I would like you to think about your use of electricity around the house. Take a look at the attached table and write down when you use electricity and keep a note of whether or not it was essential or non-essential.

Essential and Non-Essential Electricity

Don’t Forget…

At 9am every day, Joe Wicks will be teaching a 30 minute PE lesson – please access this as much as possible and follow the activities to keep you active:

https://www.youtube.com/user/thebodycoach1/videos

This PE lesson is available on the channel for the whole day – you can access it at any point.

 

There is always the BBC Supermovers videos to keep you active and learning at the same time. Check out the link below:

https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/supermovers/ks2-collection/zr4ky9q

Friday 27th March

Good morning all. It was wonderful to see your art activities yesterday, they really brightened my day up. Thank you to all those parents/carers who are taking time to send photos and messages on Class Dojo, I appreciate every single one of them. Just a little reminder – please follow the pages that are set each day carefully and look at which book they relate to. This will allow for the children to have plenty of tasks to complete over the coming weeks. Thanks.

Remember for every task that is completed and photos sent to me there are dojo points available.

 

Easter Competition

Please click on the link below to find out about Moorcroft Wood’s Easter Competition. This is a whole school competition and entries will be judged by Mrs Hodgetts. Please send pictures of your entries to Miss Wall via Class Dojo.

 

Easter Competition

Daily Puzzle

Those that respond on Dojo with the correct answer get extra dojo points:

 

 

Maths

Children please complete Page 9 of your booklet, this will keep your knowledge of subtraction fresh. Remember to show your working out if you need to and to line the digits up correctly if you use column subtraction. On Q1 – the left hand column gives you the answer so think about what calculation you need to do here to work out the original number.

Johnny – Please have a go at Page 9 in your Maths book. Use column addition if you need to.

 

English

Children please read Page 28 of your Comprehension Book One and answer the questions on Page 29.

Johnny – Please read Page 8 and complete Page 9 in Comprehension Book One.

 

Geography

For today’s activity it’s time for a bit of research about different countries around the world. Please read through the PowerPoint about the Northern and Southern hemisphere along with the Equator. Find a country that the Equator passes through and find the relevant information linked to the worksheet below. Let’s see who can find the most fascinating fact about a country that I didn’t know before.

North and South Hemispheres and the Equator

Household Task

As we are on Day 5 of home learning, it’s about time we helped your parents/carers around the house. Send me photos of how you are helping people out at home – these tasks are worth additional dojo points.

 

 

 

Don’t Forget…

At 9am every day, Joe Wicks will be teaching a 30 minute PE lesson – please access this as much as possible and follow the activities to keep you active:

https://www.youtube.com/user/thebodycoach1/videos

This PE lesson is available on the channel for the whole day – you can access it at any point.

 

There is always the BBC Supermovers videos to keep you active and learning at the same time. Check out the link below:

https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/supermovers/ks2-collection/zr4ky9q

Thursday 26th March

Good morning all. I really appreciate your hard work and effort you are going to with the children. It is wonderful to see the creative ways you have approached your activities so far this week and I am looking forward to seeing future activities too. 

Remember for every task that is completed and photos sent to me there are dojo points available.

 

Daily Puzzle

Those that respond on Dojo with the correct answer get extra dojo points:

 

Maths

All children please complete Page 6 of your booklet, this will keep your knowledge of addition fresh. Remember to show your working out if you need to and to line the digits up correctly if you use column addition. On Q1 – the left hand column gives you the answer so think about what calculation you need to do here to work out the original number.

Johnny – Please have a go at Page 8 in your Maths book. Use column addition if you need to.

 

English

Children please read Page 24 of your Comprehension Booklet One and answer the questions on Page 25.

Johnny – Please read Page 12 and complete Page 13 in Comprehension Book One.

 

Crafty Time

Those of you that have Lego, this is one of the challenges taken from the 30-day Lego Challenge. Those of you that don’t have Lego, you can chose to draw or model from recyclable items.

 

Design and build your dream bedroom

What would it have in it?

Let your creative juices flow – how creative and wacky would your ultimate bedroom be?

 

Art

Here’s something to give your drawing skills a boost. I am a big fan of Mickey and Minnie Mouse and would love to see your drawings of Mickey following the set of instructions below. I will post my drawing on Class Dojo later but I’m sure yours will be a lot better than my attempt. I have plenty more Disney character drawing instructions to load up – some trickier than others. Keep your eyes peeled for more coming your way.

 

Trip

As most of you will remember, Year 4 were supposed to be on a trip today to Hampton Court Palace, the palace that was famous for being Henry VIII’s favourite residence. As we are unable to take the trip, please watch the video below to find out some information about the palace and what we would have seen.

Hampton Court Palace Tour

Still image for this video

Don’t Forget…

At 9am every day, Joe Wicks will be teaching a 30 minute PE lesson – please access this as much as possible and follow the activities to keep you active:

https://www.youtube.com/user/thebodycoach1/videos

This PE lesson is available on the channel for the whole day – you can access it at any point.

 

There is always the BBC Supermovers videos to keep you active and learning at the same time. Check out the link below:

https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/supermovers/ks2-collection/zr4ky9q

Wednesday 25th  March

Good morning all. Thank you to those parents who have sent me photos and messages through Class Dojo yesterday – what wonderful reading places you discovered and there were so many of you that solved the puzzle, well done. Remember every task seen is worth a dojo.

Parents, there’s just a few of you yet to sign up to Class Dojo - please do so with the link you were sent in the packs that came home last week – I will be sending messages out to for a link for you to use. For every task that is completed and photos sent to me there are be dojo points available.

 

Daily Puzzle

Those that respond on Dojo with the correct answer get extra dojo points:

 

Maths

All children please complete Page 5 of your booklet, this will keep your knowledge of place value fresh. Remember that the crocodile always eats the larger number of the two.

 

English

Children please read Page 2 of your Comprehension Booklet One and answer the questions on Page 3.

Johnny – Please read Page 4 and complete Page 4 in Comprehension Book One.

 

Creative Writing

A group of meerkats lovingly tend to a beloved and unique fruit in the middle of the savannah. 
One day, their peaceful existence is disrupted by a vulture intent on stealing their pride and joy. 
Will the meerkats be able to get it back?

 

Watch the video below. Once you have seen it, write from the view of one of the meerkats. Write about waking up, when you pop your head out of your burrow and what you see, how you feel when the vulture takes your fruit and the plan to get it back.

Think about:

  • How do you feel seeing the fruit taken?
  • What are you going to do to get it back?
  • Your emotions at the end when you see what happens to the fruit
  • What sport they are playing at the end

 

 

 

Catchit

Still image for this video

Can’t wait to read your writing on Class Dojo.

 

Don’t Forget…

At 9am every day, Joe Wicks will be teaching a 30 minute PE lesson – please access this as much as possible and follow the activities to keep you active:

https://www.youtube.com/user/thebodycoach1/videos

This PE lesson is available on the channel for the whole day – you can access it at any point.

 

There is always the BBC Supermovers videos to keep you active and learning at the same time. Check out the link below:

https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/supermovers/ks2-collection/zr4ky9q

Tuesday 24th March

 

Good morning all. Thank you to those parents who sent me photos and messages through Class Dojo yesterday – they were all great and the posters were excellent. I look forward to seeing the work the children complete today. Remember every task seen is worth a dojo.

If you haven’t already signed up to Class Dojo please do so with the link you were sent in the packs that came home last week. For every task that is completed and photos sent to me there will be dojo points available.

 

Daily Puzzle

First to respond on Dojo with the answer gets an extra dojo point:

 

Maths

All children please complete Page 3 of your booklet, this will keep your knowledge of place value fresh. Remember to look at the value of each digit to help you when partitioning.

 

English

Children please read Page 12 of your Comprehension Booklet One and answer the questions on Page 13.

Johnny – Please read Page 10 and complete Page 11 in Comprehension Book One.

 

Reading

It would be great to see you reading a book you are enjoying today - see if you can find the most unusual spot in the house and send me a photo of the place you find. Once you have finished your book, write a book review. Tell me what you enjoyed about the book and an overview of the story you have read. 

 

History

Take a look at the Tudor Food PowerPoint below this information and read through it. Once you have read this, design your own Tudor meal – you could create one aimed at the poor Tudors and one for the rich Tudors.

Looking forward to seeing your meal choices through Dojo.

 

Tudor Food PowerPoint

Don’t Forget…

At 9am every day, Joe Wicks will be teaching a 30 minute PE lesson – please access this as much as possible and follow the activities to keep you active:

https://www.youtube.com/user/thebodycoach1/videos

This PE lesson is available on the channel for the whole day – you can access it at any point.

Monday 23rd March

Good morning all. I am looking forward to seeing the children’s home learning through Class Dojo, if you haven’t already signed up please do so with the link you were sent in the packs that came home last week. For every task that is completed and photos sent to me there will be dojo points available.

As stated on Class Dojo, Myrtle will be visiting homes on a weekly basis – she will be delivered to a child’s house on Monday and collected on Friday. I will send a message to the parent who Myrtle will visit on Monday morning to make sure she is ok to visit. Please reply to the message when you receive it – she will be left on the doorstep so keep your eyes peeled.

 

Daily Joke

First to respond on Dojo with the answer gets an extra dojo point:

Q: What do you call a dinosaur that is sleeping?

A:

 

Maths

Children please complete Page 12 of the booklet, this will keep the children’s recall of times tables fresh  - remind them that Q4 needs them to use their times tables knowledge and think about the numbers being 10 times bigger.

Johnny – Please complete Page 14 of your booklet

 

English

Children please read Page 14 of your Comprehension Booklet One and answer the questions on Page 15.

Johnny – Please read Page 6 and complete Page 7 in Comprehension Book One.

 

Science

As we have been learning about electricity, it is important to understand about the dangers of electricity in the home. Take a look at the website and see if you can spot all the dangers:

http://www.switchedonkids.org.uk/electrical-safety-in-your-home

 

Once you have done this, create a poster explaining some of the dangers that can be found in the home. I look forward to seeing them on Dojo.

 

Activity

 

At 9am every day, Joe Wicks will be teaching a 30 minute PE lesson – please access this as much as possible and follow the activities to keep you active:

https://www.youtube.com/user/thebodycoach1/videos

Home Learning

 

From Monday 23rd March, work will be uploaded to our Year 4 page with activities that can be completed at home and also the page numbers linked to your child's activity booklet. I have spoken with the children and we have agreed that if there is evidence seen through photos and videos via Class Dojo they will be rewarded with dojo points. The points they earn as a whole class will work towards them earning a prize. We have also agreed that there will be a daily riddle/joke posted and the first response will earn extra dojo's. 

 

Keep checking back on the page each day for new activities. Any questions parents, please contact me through Class Dojo or Facebook. 

 

Stay safe.

 

Miss Wall

Spellings

Spellings 1 Group 1
Spellings 2 Group 2
Spellings 3 Group 3
Spellings 4 Group 4

Science experiment

Year 4 are carrying out a science experiment to test whether they can hear a pin drop.

Ancient Greeks Display

Ancient Greeks

How Rocks Change

How Rocks Change 1
How Rocks Change 2
How Rocks Change 3
How Rocks Change 4

Year 3 explored 'how rocks change' using bottles, sample rocks and water. The lesson was more of an intense fitness work out, with lots of shaking!

However, through the red faces and grins, we learnt about erosion on a micro scale.

Stone Age Projects

Stone Age Projects 1

Wow! Take a look at Year 3's fantastic Stone Age Projects.

Tennis Session

Tennis Session 1
Tennis Session 2
Tennis Session 3
Tennis Session 4

A big thank you to Tipton Sports Academy for a great morning.

We really enjoyed their tennis session. Wimbledon here we come!

In D&T, we followed our plans to create our fruit faces.

Fairies

It looks like some fairies have moved into Moorcroft Wood!

After finding a tiny key we went to the woods and couldn't believe what we saw!

The Mysterious Door

Year 1 found a mysterious door in the woods. We knocked but nobody answered. Who lives behind it?

Phonic Games

Phonic Games 1
Phonic Games 2
Phonic Games 3
Phonic Games 4

A beautiful afternoon for Phonic games on the field!

Stickman

Year 1 had a shock when we found Stickman in our classroom!

There have been some fantastic suggestions on how he got here!

Growing Beans

Growing Beans 1
Growing Beans 2
Growing Beans 3
Growing Beans 4

To kick off our new Plants topic, Year 1 are growing beans!

Phonics Club

Lovely to see so many parents at Phonics Club.

Thank you to those who were able to attend.

World Book Day 2017

Superdog Part 2

Weather Projects

Weather Projects 1
Weather Projects 2

A big thank you for the fantastic weather projects that have been brought back already. Keep them coming! 

Transport

Transport 1

The children of Year 1 have been working with their parents about transport - see anything familiar?

Class Assembly

Phonics Club

Year 1 have created some fabulous pieces of art!

We drew patterns onto polystyrene tiles and the covered them in paint before printing

our design onto paper!

Wolverhampton Art Gallery

Great Fire of London

Year 1 travelled back in time to 1666 to experience the Great Fire of London.

A big thank you to all the children and families for making the houses and allowing us to burn them in our Great Fire of London experience!

Non-standard Measurements

Non-standard Measurements 1
Non-standard Measurements 2
Non-standard Measurements 3
Non-standard Measurements 4

Year 1 have been working hard using non-standard measurements to measure Santa and his friends!

Elfie

Elfie 1
Elfie 2
Elfie 3
Elfie 4

Year 1 have been writing all about our cheeky visitor. He's been up to all sorts!

Willenhall Fire Station

A big thank you to Willenhall Fire Station for coming to talk to us about the Great Fire of London and fire safety. A fantastic afternoon!

Children in Need

Children in Need 1
Children in Need 2
Children in Need 3

Year 1 and 2 had a lovely afternoon making Pudsey ears and decorating biscuits!

Great Fire of London

Great Fire of London 1
Great Fire of London 2
Great Fire of London 3

Year 1 have completed some super Great Fire of London projects over half term.

Keep them coming!

Phonics Club

Dinosaurs In School!

After seeing those shocking photos, Year 1 are writing about what the dinosaurs did last night

We found out who caused the mess in our classroom!

Mr Lines has given us descriptions of the creatures he saw and we made them using 3D shapes. Have you seen these creatures?

Hurry to school Year1 - something has been in our classroom and we need your help to find out what is was!

Headteacher's Awards

Lexi D. - For being an excellent role model to others.

 

Mathematician

Harry-James B.

 

Writers

Maisie F.


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