Here are the homework tasks for this half term - have fun!
The final term in Year 4! This is a very busy term with lots of exciting events to look forward to. Probably the most exciting part of this term is getting to meet our new seeds.
Please find attached the Year 4 curriculum overview for this half term.
Please find attached the tasks for this half term. Two of the tasks are labelled 'Independent activities'. These are activities which children should attempt without any help. The other tasks can be assisted.
As ever, please be adventurous with your creations!
Please find attached the Year 4 curriculum overview for the next half term. This will be a very busy time with 'Sing Together' and Easter celebrations, as well as completing our topic.
Here are the new homework tasks for this half term. Children in Year 4 have produced some excellent pieces so far this year and 'Passport to Europe' should provide many more opportunities for children to showcase their talents whilst extending their learning.
Happy New Year! Please find attached the overview for this half term. We are very much looking forward to immersing ourselves in our new topic of 'Predators'.
Here are the new homework tasks. Remember to be as imaginative and creative as you can be.
We have taken part in some food technology sessions at Broughton High School. The first week we had a fantastic time making cous cous and pasta salad. The photographs show how important it is to wash your hands before touching food. Mrs Newton showed us how easy it is for bacteria to spread. Rayhaan was awarded 'Chef of the Week'.
In week two we made bread. We found out about kneading the dough and added different herbs for flavour. We had great fun making different shapes and watching the dough rise. 'Chef of the Week' was awarded to Neva.
Mrs Newton welcomed us back for the third and final time. This week we made ginger parkin - it was delicious. We cracked eggs, mixed and even washed up! Eli was 'Chef of the Week'. Overall 'Primary Head Chef' was awarded to India. Well done!