Welcome to our Year Four pages. We hope that you take time to have a look at all the amazing things we get up to.
What a busy start to the term the children have had. It is only week 3 of the term and already the children have completed a mini unit exploring the idea of Devotion, built animal homes/feeders, spent the day on the beach (windy!) and of course attended a three day non-residential-residential! It has been absolutely fabulous watching the children thrive in different environments and see how they have been able to develop teamwork and independence skills in such a short time. I know how proud the staff are of all of the children's efforts!
Well done to all the children and staff on a successful and fun few weeks. Everyone has coped so well with online teaching and learning and have soldiered on until the end of the term. We know too how much the children have enjoyed being creative. We have loved looking at your creations and adverts that you made. Let's not forget the children who are in school who are also working hard and enjoying being in school.
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STUBBINGTON 2021 GALLERY
Hi everyone. We just wanted to say thank you to everyone for being patient with us while we adjusted to another lockdown. The children, whether at home or at school have been amazing and we are so proud of them. There have been some great things going on, both at home and in school and I know the teachers have loved having contact with their children! We will upload some photos of work soon.
13th December 2020
We have (nearly!) made it to the end of term. The children have continued to work hard solving maths puzzles, writing newspaper reports about Edgar the dragon and enjoying the countdown to Christmas. They all enjoyed their Christmas dinner and parties! We are so proud of all that our children have achieved this term. We wish you all a very merry Christmas.
4th December 2020
Another busy week in Year 4. The children took a trip back in time to see what Anglo Saxon life was like. The children heard stories around the fire, made and ate their own soup, took part in weaving, made jewellery and looked at ancient runes. There was also a visit from a real life Anglo Saxon lady!
The children also had great fun creating their own Christmas decorations for our display in the hall. They showed great creativity and skill to create Christmas hedgehogs, snowflakes and angels. It really helped cheer us up and make us feel Christmassy. Pictures on the way soon!
The children have continued to work hard. They have been focusing on developing their written methods of calculation and solving problems.
We were really proud of some of the great conversations that the children had around bullying and how to help prevent it. All of the children have earnt their antibullying badges! :)
What a busy week we have all had. The children have been experimenting with all things light and working out how we actually see. There have been some great discussions. In Maths the children have really got to grips with larger numbers and have been trying to plot them on different number lines. They are also working hard on their mental maths skills. Guided reading session have had a Harry Potter theme. It have been lovely listening to them read with such enthusiasm. The children also painted their own poppy stone which they then placed outside The Mess to show their respect on Remembrance Day. We were so proud of all the children.
This week the children have been exploring number sequences and patterns. They have had great fun working out different rules and explaining what they noticed.
We were lucky enough to work with a PE specialist who helped the chidlren develop their gymnastic skills. Year four are a very talented bunch!
Our learning in English has been based around the story Black Dog. Come back soon to see some of our great learning!
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