Year 4 May Day Dance
Year 4 Summer Term Overview
Jackdaws soar on return to school!
Wow! What can I say about Jackdaws this week! It has been amazing to see the children return to school with big smiles on their faces and such enthusiasm for their learning.
We have had a busy week full of learning and fun! This week we introduced 'The Daily Mile' and all children have enjoyed getting out early in the morning to kick start our day with some social exercise.
We have also looked at newspaper reports in our English lessons this week and begun to explore the different features that can be used to make our own reports amazing. Come back in a few weeks to see some of our amazing reports.
In Maths, we have been exploring decimals and exploring how to divide 1 and 2-digit numbers by 10. This involved us getting the opportunity to draw on the tables, which we enjoyed very much!
Please see below some pictures from this week!
In Jackdaws, we have really enjoyed being part of the Christmas Nativity this year. Children have loved learning lines, songs and dances and performing on the stage. We really hope you like the Nativity. Here are a few behind the scenes photos from our final dress rehearsal.
This week in Jackdaws we enjoyed our Viking Day experience by taking part in many activities during the school day. The day started with the children sharing their wonderful costumes, all members of staff in year 4 were amazed by the effort and commitment that the children put into their outfits.
Here is Queen Saxon-Slayer of the Jackdaw tribe, ready for battle!
Throughout the day the children answered the question ‘What have the Vikings done to help us today?’. We looked at how the Vikings used runes to help them write and we used these to decode our own messages. Also, we investigated the Viking raid of Lindisfarne in AD793 and created our own eyewitness accounts. Finally, we learnt a Viking inspired song that linked into the Viking raids in England.
Last week we had lots of fun making special paper to look like it had come from the Viking ages. We then used our Viking paper to write authentic fact files for King Alfred the Great and King Athelstan.