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Mrs Ebbs is the class teacher and the teaching assistants are Mrs Allcock, Miss Ward and Mrs Collins.
Shooting arrows Norman style. We wanted to investigate if we pulled the bow string back as far as it would go, would it fly further than if we didn't pull it back as far. We put 1cm increments on the arrow and increased the pull back of the bow string by 1cm each time. Please ask us in year what our findings we and why.
World Book Day provided year four with some wonderful characters to dress up as. Who can you spot?
Within our topic this term we have been learning about solids, liquids and gases. We made a canvas using wax crayons melted with a hairdryer.
Here are the carols for the carol concert that you need to learn.
On 'Children in Need' day we covered Pudsey in coins. How much do you think we collected?
Our new topic is called 'Potions'. Over the next few weeks we will be looking at solids, liquids and gases. To start off our topic we went on a treasure hunt to find clues that led us to a tray of jam tarts, a top hat and a magic potion. Jake W put all the clues together and came up with Alice in Wonderland.
Which of these liquids do you think will go down the guttering the quickest: tomato ketchup, fizzy pop, treacle, washing up liquid, cooking oil or cornflour? Ask your children the results and why they think this happened.