Year 4 had a great time on their Evacuee Day on Tuesday. Everyone looked great in their costumes and were ready to be evacuated! We had another online session with RAF Hendon where we learned about what Christmas was like during the War. The children then learnt more about the evacuee experience and what it would have been like to be evacuated. We even had a pretend air raid!
Practising Cake Making Skills
We looked at the basic wartime recipe for a sponge cake and discussed the utensils and skills required to make the cake. We practised the skills of beating, creaming and mixing to make a sponge cake.
No Pens Day
We had a great time during No Pens Day! We did lots of different activities including calculator work in Maths, making a Remembrance wreath in RE, a class debate in the afternoon and made lots of mess creating the digestive system in Science!
Year 4 had a great time in Campbell Park, learning about orienteering. We learnt how to use a compass and used them to navigate ourselves from the cricket pavilion to the beacon on top of Campbell Park Hill!
We had lots of fun going outside and using chalk to draw our own compasses. We recapped what we knew about 4 point and 8 point compasses. Using these directions we had to try and direct each other across a grid.
In art this half term we have been looking at how to use pencil and colour to draw autumn leaves. We have also created some artwork using printing. We chose our best leaf drawing and transferred it on to a printing tile. We then used ink to create a print. It was great fun learning how to print!
Our Values slot this half term is fairness. As a class, we discussed what we think it means to be fair. Working in groups, we then created our own Diamond Nine to show which statements we thought were fair and which were not. We did not think it would be very fair for everyone to bring in their own toys from home and then share them round equally!