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Welcome to Year Four's class page

Croeso i'r Blwyddyn Pedwar

 

Teacher: Miss Boston

 Teaching Assistant: Mrs Blackmore

Monday 19th November - Friday 30th November

 

We would like to thank the drama students from Cardiff West for their applaudable performance of ‘Matilda’. Year 4 particularly enjoyed the musical parts of the performance.

 

It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas… in year four anyway! We have enjoyed designing Christmas posters and stockings. Most of all, the children enjoyed making Snow Globes to sell at the Christmas Fayre. In addition, we have started learning traditional Christmas songs from around the world and  practicing for our Christmas Concert. Tickets for the KS2 Christmas Concert will be on sale from the hall as of Monday 3rd December onwards.

 

Monday 5th November - Friday 16th November

 

On Tuesday 6th November, we had a visitor to come and introduce part of our topic... Sensoria! Our visitor was a member of the community who wore a cochlear implant. We asked our visitor lots of questions about the cochlear implant which we enjoyed hearing the answer to. The children thought that the cochlear implant looked like a super agent gadget that made our visitor look very intelligent. 

After that, we tried to read our friends lips... it was very hard! Later on, we put blind folds on and we made lego houses with the help from our partners instructions.  We ended the lesson by thinking about some ways in which we can learn about our topic. The children are very excited to take part in the lessons that they came up with the ideas for themselves.

Our new topic this term is:

Sensoria

This project has a science focus and teaches children about light and sound and how they travel. At the heart of this project children learn how to write poems on the theme of light and sound and learn additional skills in scientific recording and explanation writing.

 

In this project the children will learn:

• How sound travels and how sounds can be made louder and quieter;

• How shadows are formed and how these change as the position of the sun changes;

• About important people and inventors who helped to create the technology of light and sound;

• How sight and hearing affects people’s everyday life;

• How to use light and sound creatively in art, music and other creative media such as photography;

• How to write poems on a theme.

Monday 1st October - Friday 12th October

 

We have had a fantastic two weeks! Myself and Mrs Lloyd are very proud of the progress that has been made in swimming lessons. The receptionist at the leisure center suggested that we were the quietest/ most sensible school that she has ever seen... da iawn dosbarth 4! This week we have been learning to add 3-digit numbers to 3-digit numbers. In addition, we have been subtracting 3-digit numbers from 3-digit numbers.

 

 

 

Monday 17th September - Friday 28th September

 

Swimming Lessons

 

P.E.

As part of the Physical Education Curriculum, year 4 will be at Western Leisure Centre partaking in swimming lessons. Our swimming lessons will run from Monday 1st October- Friday 19th October from 9.30am to 10.15 am. Therefore, it is not necessary for you to bring in your P.E kits during these dates. 

 

We would like to remind you that:

1.    We will be leaving the school as soon as the school bell rings; therefore it is important that you are on time.

2.    You should wear your swimwear under your school uniform.

3.    As we are walking to the Leisure Centre, you will need a warm coat to take. 

4.    You will need a towel and a change of undergarments in your bag.

 

Welcome to Year 4

 

We look forward to welcoming you back on Tuesday 4th September and hope that you have had a fantastic summer holidays. Our first term promises to include lots of fun filled lessons.

 

‘Bones, Blood & Gory Bits’

 

Our topic this term is ‘Bones, Blood & Gory Bits’. This topic has a science focus and will teach you all about the human body. You will learn all about organs such as the heart, brain and lungs and how they keep us alive and well. We will also look at the importance of exercise and a healthy diet to keep the body fit and healthy.

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