This week in Science, the children have been learning all about the digestive system. We created a large intestine out of tights and demonstrated the journey of food.
On Thursday, we had a great world book day. All the children had brilliantly crafted costumes, we had so much fun showing them off and discussing our characters.
This week, the children have been composing in music. In English, they have been writing their own story about the events in Pompeii.
Monday 3rd February 2020 – Friday 7th February 2020
What a fantastic day Year 4 had on Monday! It was Roman Day and the children had so much fun. Thank you to all parent helpers, who made the day extra special.
This week in English, the children have been looking at the story ‘Escape From Pompeii’. They had the chance to create and perform their own poetry, linking to the story.
This week, the children have been continuing their work on The Romans. They had the chance to experience an exciting press play and drew their very own detailed Roman Soldier.
Christmas is nearly here! The Christmas spirit has definitely been spreading through Cockle class. We have had a lovely week, making our decorations and enjoying our Christmas lunch.
This week during PE, the children had the opportunity to play bench ball. It was great to see Cockle class working as a team!
Monday 11th November 2019 – Friday 15th November 2019
This week in science, we have started our topic on sound. The children enjoyed investigating vibrational waves, using a tuning fork and a bowl of water.
On Friday, the children and teaching staff came to school dressed in pjs. The children had the chance to decorate a bear, which was later judged by our wonderful parents. Introducing Captain Cockle!
What a brilliant week was had in Cockle.
We had the chance to explore real fragments of the moon!
What an exciting week it has been!
On Monday, the children visited the beach and participated in some fun activities.
Firstly, the children were split into two groups. The first activity was poem creating. They used their senses to create an Iron Man poem. Some great ideas were shared!
Finally, the children created Iron Man sculptures. They were so creative and had an absolute blast!
Before we left, we all joined forces and collected sea glass.
The following day, the children used their junk modelling to create their final Iron Man sculptures. Thanks to all parents who kindly sent in their recycling.
On Thursday, the children came dressed in yellow, as support for mental health week. They wrote about what makes them happy!
This week in science, the children have been learning all about electrical circuits. They had the chance to create their own circuit, making sure that they followed the checklist in order to ensure that their bulb lit up!
What a great week!
On Thursday, we went to Hadleigh Country Park. On this great day, we extended our History topic of The Iron Age. The children had the opportunity to become archeologists, where they dug up exciting Iron Age artefacts.
They also travelled back in time, experiencing life in the Iron Age. The children entered a roundhouse.
In the afternoon, the children created their own pottery from clay.
The day ended with the children pretending to be Iron Age Warriors, using swords and shields to protect themselves!
On Friday, all children came dressed in gold. This was to support the Golden Geese charity for children.
As we get back into routine, the children have enjoyed a fun start to the week.
Tuesday afternoon, we sketched and then coloured in our Iron Man portraits. The children took extra care, persevered and completed their excellent art work. It was particularly challenging, as they needed to blend their colours.
Wednesday afternoon, the children enjoyed PE. They played lots of challenging games and also strengthened their team work skills.
Great work Cockle! Keep it up.
What a fantastic first week we have had in Cockle Class! In English, we have been learning about similies and adjectives, linking to our topic of The Iron Man. In maths, we have been working on place value, rounding and counting in thousands. In science, we looked at electricity and where it comes from. The children enjoyed using the electric stick, which required them to complete a circuit. Once completed, the stick would light up and play a very creepy sound. Finally, in history the children began learning about The Iron Age.
Well done Cockle! Keep it up.