4KB have been working hard in maths this week, using logic and reasoning skills to solve a variety of problems systematically. If you were asked to find all the possible solutions to the following, how would you start systematically?
Our current science topic in year 4 is Electricity. Armed with just batteries, wires and bulbs, they were tasked with lighting the bulb. As you can see from the photos, we were very successful and managed to make the complete circuits needed to light the bulb. Which electrical appliances do you use on daily basis? Are they powered by mains or batteries?
4KB put on a fantastic show for all of Blue hall (and their excited parents and carers) in their assembly on Thursday 19th January. They showcased their learning of Ancient Britain and told everyone about Roman soldiers, Celtic way of life and Boudicca’s revolt. There was even a talk show hosted by Maximus Vile! We ended with a our ‘Just Like a Roman’ song, which has been stuck in our heads ever since! We loved putting on this extravaganza for everyone and hoped you enjoyed it too.
Year 4 put on a superb performance of festive songs and poem recitals which put huge smiles on the faces of everyone watching them. Here are some pictures of them singing their socks off! Well done to each and every one of you, we were all incredibly proud of you.
As part of our Hinduism topic this half term in RE, we have been learning about Hindu gods and goddesses and the significance of the river Ganges to Hindus around the world. Take a look at these fabulous pieces of work by Halima, Sara, Martha and Ammara in 4EP.
Year 4’s current science topic is Electricity. We were given batteries, a battery holder, wires and a bulb and tasked with making that bulb light up. As you can see, we were very successful and managed to make the complete circuit needed to light the bulb. We also made our own switches to add into our circuit. This lesson literally lit up our afternoon! Can you name some appliances that run on electricity? Do they run on mains or battery power? How does a switch work?