We had a lot of fun making circuits that made bulbs light up. The parts when we added in a buzzer got very noisy!!
This week, Year 4 reflected on their gifts and talents, otherwise known as 'Super Powers'. They thought about how they could use their super powers to help others, following Pope Francis' message to young people: To you, who are at the beginning of the journey of life, I ask: Have you thought…
Well done to one of our families who has helped to create a recipe book showcasing Syrian food, families and culture. As well as 60 favourite, home-cooked recipes, the book includes memories from refugee families about life in Syria before the war. The book is called "A Taste Of Home: Home-cooked…
Last Friday, Year 3 and some of Year 4 used watercolour paints to illustrate a beautiful sunset. It was lovely having a mix of children working together on their art. Here is the display of their finished work outside Year 3.
On Tuesday 11th March, Year 3 went to the Liverpool World Museum. We had great fun exploring the different floors of the museum and the workshop was fascinating. There were so many different artefacts from the Stone Age to the Iron Age.
We tested tin foil, plastic, fabric, carpet and tissue to see which had the most friction when we rolled a glue stick across it. Year 3 love doing Science!
Year 3 have been making models of Stone Age dwellings as part of their current topic. Very impressive!
Year 3 had been learning about schools and writing in Latin lessons, so they made their own seals in clay. Each made an individual seal that was unique to them.
Year 3 had an impromtu jamming session with Mr Hodder as part of the Charanga work they have been doing on Bob Marley and reggae music. They sang 'Three Little Birds' together.
Later this term they hope to give a performance in the hall.
We have been learning about how people in the Stone Age got their food. We made our own weapons and used them to hunt for prehistoric animals and wild foods around the classroom.
Year 3 have been learning all about rocks, and this week we sorted them into Sedimentary, Igneous and Metamorphic. We were really good at recognising the properties of different rocks!
On Friday, Year 3 made a terrible mess in the classroom when we built skeletons of the 3D shapes. We had some really good pyramids and cubes in particular. Thank you to the children who stayed behind at Lunch to help clean up!