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Welcome to 4C!

 

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Stay and Play 

After our Harvest assembly on Thursday 19th October, parents joined us for some fun activities back in the classroom. We designed Harvest baskets, played times table snakes and ladders and solved number clues, where we had to use and apply our understanding of number and place value. We had lots of fun! 

 

It was lovely to see so many parents- thank you for joining us! :-) 

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Harvest Festival

4C's Harvest Festival assembly

Black history month

Year 4 performed a poem called Lift Every Voice and Sing by James Weldon Johnson

It's only week 4 and we have done so much already...

In maths we have been exploring place value, looking at what each digit represents in 3 and 4-digit numbers, using equipment such as Base 10 and place value counters. This week we have been partitioning numbers in different ways. Take a look at some of our work...

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4C's Class Novel

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Topher and his father are trying to get over the death of Topher's mother, an Egyptologist, when they take in a stray cat. This cat bears an uncanny resemblance to a cat ornament given to Topher by his mother and so they name it 'Ka', meaning 'double'. Topher becomes very attached to Ka and is puzzled by her mysterious absences. One day when he is playing a computer game with an Egyptian theme, Ka jumps on the keys and spells out the name Bubastis, which was the centre of cat worship in Ancient Egypt. Could Ka really be leading a double life and what is she trying to tell Topher?

PE

 

PE for Autumn 1 is 'Agility, Balance and Co-ordination'. So far we have developed our balancing skills by using our arms, concentrating on an object in front of us and keeping our head still to help us keep our balance on different numbers of body parts. 

 

This week we have been working on our underarm and overarm throwing skills. We talked about how underarm throws are for accuracy and overarm throws are for distance. 

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