St George's Church of England Primary School

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A very busy Spring term!

What a busy Spring term we have had in Year 4! I cannot believe it is Easter already, where did that time go?

 

From our amazing Chester Zoo trip, to our fantastic World Book  'Where's Wally' Day, to our very exciting coffee morning, the time has just flown by!

 

The children in Year 4 have done some fabulous learning this term and should be very proud of themselves. They should be able to tell you all sorts now - including whether or not gases weigh anything! Ask them about the crazy fizzy pop experiment we conducted to find this out!

 

We have looked at a lot of countries in Europe and even know how to say 'hello' in Russian now - check us out!

 

We have wrote some wonderful pieces in English - including the tale of what happened to Little Miss Muffet after her unfortunate meeting with a spider. We based this work on 'After the Fall', a story about how Humpty Dumpty got up again after his fall and rebuilt his life. We also used this book as the inspiration for our fabulous coffee morning in which we designed structures that would protect an egg from a 1m drop! (not a single broken egg in 4O!)

 

We have covered so much in maths including fractions, multiplying, division, and even symmetry!

 

Thank you for your on-going support.

 

Myself and Ms. Johnson wish you a happy and relaxing Easter break.

 

See you in the Summer term!

 

Miss Oldham and all of 4O! :)

Happy New Year!

Welcome back Year 4 and Happy New Year!

 

Thank you all for your kind Christmas cards and gifts.

 

Well, we have a very busy half-term ahead of us!

 

We kicked off our half-term with an emotions and feelings week and created some wonderful Picasso-style pastel drawings.

 

We wrote some beautiful colour poems in English and really thought about colour and the feelings it provokes.

 

In Geography, we have started our 'Europe' topic and have posed the question 'Are we still part of Europe?' to the children. We will be having a look at some of the fascinating countries around Europe and the traditions and landmarks that make them unique.

 

We are going to be looking at Fractions in maths and working with finding equivalent fractions as well as adding and subtracting fractions.

 

We will keep you posted :)

Miss Oldham

4O's busy term!

Wow! What a busy term we have had in Year 4. From looking at why the Roman's invaded Britain, to writing eye-witness accounts of the eruption of Mount Vesuvius in Pompeii, to even walking the streets of Chester as a Roman solider, we have covered a lot!

We have been working hard on our maths skills, especially our times tables and our weekly active maths lessons are making our learning even more relevant and fun. 

In Science, we have covered how our digestive system works (even all the squiggly bits inside) and learnt that the small intestine is an amazing 7m long! We now understand the different names and functions our teeth have as well as learning about food chains and sound.

 

We are looking forward to our Christmas break now, but as always are eager to come back to a New Year and even more learning!

 

Happy holidays,

Miss Oldham and all of 4O. 

Internet Safety

During our PSHE lesson we talked about the importance of keeping safe on the internet.

Can you remember any safety tips?

 

Welcome!

3BT have just been shown how to blog.

I hope we hear lots of news from you all.

Mrs Bevan

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