Our fabulous Art Day with Mrs Nixon. We sketched poppies, learnt about Andy Warhol and the pop art movement, then finished off by doing our own poppy printing.
Making 4-digit numbers in our Maths lesson using counters on a place value grid and base ten materials.
Mass with Father Gerry yesterday morning. Mass was led by Year 5.
PE with RB Sports
Science- Identifying and classifying vertebrates into mammals, fish, birds, reptiles and amphibians.
TA Appreciation Day- Thank you Mrs Barber for always helping us!
Brilliant Beginnings in our EBL topic!
Science- Living Things and their Habitats. We have been grouping and classifying living organisms according to different criteria.
Enjoying a good book in our reading area!
In Year 4 we will be learning to pray the Rosary. To mark the special feast day of Our Lady’s birthday on Tuesday, we made special Rosary flip books to help us learn how to pray the Rosary. We will use these in our prayer throughout the year.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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