St Mark Year 4
Easter Bonnet Hats
We used different electrical components to investigate where the wires needed to be to make a complete circuit. We identified that a complete circuit was only complete when both ends of the wires, regardless of where placed was touching the battery.
In music we listened to Beethoven Fur Elise which related to the book we have been reading in Literacy called the Bear and the Piano.
We listen to the piece of music that was composed by Beethoven, we discussed who he was and the music he composed.
We listened to Fur Elise a few times and created a word bank of what emotions the composed piece made us feel.
For IPC, we continued to focus on geography. In groups we were given a school map and a set of directions with a compass. We had to use the compass and set of directions to find the names of some of the famous explorers from the past.
Welcome back year 4, I hope you had a lovely, restful break and enjoyed time with your family.
I am looking forward to seeing you all for the live lessons for the upcoming weeks and cannot wait to see the amazing work you will be producing.
Remote Learning Timetable
A huge well done to all of Year 4 for doing a fantastic job this half term with remote learning. Each week, you all have continued to show the OLOL Values through your learning and how not only you successfully completed each task but also your determination and effort put into approaching the task at hand.
Mrs Sumney and I thank you for all your hard work and hope you have a lovely, restful half term.
Here is what year 4 have been working on this week.
Here some of the fantastic pieces of work produced by year 4. Well done, year 4 keep it up!
Welcome to Year 4!
I hope you had a well deserved break and are ready to get into fun learning into a new school year at Our Lady of Lourdes.
My name is Miss Patel and I will be teaching Year 4 with Mrs Sumney.
We are really excited to have your children in our class and have heaps planned for the academic year.
We are really looking forward to getting to know you and the pupils in the near future.
Please feel free to complete the homework as you wish. You can either print it out and complete it or write the answers on a paper and take a photo.
As of the week commencing 5th October, pupils will be asked to complete the following on Purple Mash. All log ins will be distributed to ensure they can access PurpleMash and MyMaths.
Tuesday- Maths (My Maths)
Thursday- Talking Homework
Friday- Writing Homework.
In science we carried out an experiment to see how the liquid will turn into gas, and what particles will be left on the string. As this is what cannot turn from a liquid into gas.
We added the same amount of water to each bowl and placed the different bowls around the classroom to see if that will have an impact on the process of condensation.
We researched facts about whales and wrote them on the whiteboards. We discussed what we thought about whales and how we felt. In pairs we wrote about what our favourite whale was and why.
In our Literacy lesson, we learnt what Apartheid laws were and what this meant for black people living in South Africa. As a class, we were given Apartheid rules to follow, we discussed how we felt and the punishment we would have received for not following it and what a system of unfair rules must have been like black people.
In groups we went around the playground and pond to see what dangers were posed for living things. We made a list of our observations and what could be done to help reduce the dangers.
We took turns to write four digit numbers and our partner had to round the number to the nearest 10, 100 or 1000. We checked to see if they were correct and then swapped roles. We learnt when to round down when the digit is less than four and when it is 5 or greater we round up.
In Literacy we have been looking at ‘Hansel and Gretel’. We read the story, we discussed the different characters and acted out using expression to s how thoughts and feelings.