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We have had a fantastic first week in Year 4. We have researched facts about animals and habitats, asked questions about a variety of different habitats and made a class jigsaw puzzle all about ourselves.

Autumn -Science 

We have been learning about how living things can be grouped in a variety of different ways and used classification keys to help group, identify and name a variety of living things. We used tablets to research a habitat and looked at the climate, conditions and animals that lived there. We created a leaflet with a partner. We also described functions of the digestive system and created a model of the digestive system using different materials. We worked scientifically and conducted an experiment demonstrating the digestive system process. 




Digestive system

English- Role play 

We have been reading a book called 'The Shaman's Apprentice'. We used role play to discuss feelings and emotions about Nahtahla. 

Geography- We used maps, globes and atlases to locate countries and look at features.

Conductive Music Workshop

Class 4T took part in a Conductive Music Workshop which involved using technology to compose, edit and create a piece of music. Children applied their knowledge of electricity to understand how electricity can affect the vibrations and volume within a piece of music. We also used certain computing software along with real life wires, clips and paper pianos to create circuits resulting in music being made. 

Chinese New Year workshop. We took part in a dance workshop. We used different props and listened to different music. It was fun!

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