Year 4

Class Blog

Roman mosaics of Volcanoes

In Year 4, we created our own Roman mosaics using coloured paper. We carefully cut each square and created the shape of the volcano and added the flowing lava. It took a lot of careful cutting and sticking to make our volcanoes look active!

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Digital Leaders

Well done to all the newly appointed members of the ‘Digital Leader’ team. We all had our first meeting where we’re planning to carry out an assembly next week for Safer Internet Day. Congratulations everyone…

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IPC – DT – Creating a 3D Sculpture

This week in IPC, we spent all week creating our own 3D sculptures of volcanoes! Before we beg looked at images of volcanoes to understand the various shapes of volcanoes and mountains. IT was then time to start making the volcanoes.  Firstly we used screwed up newspaper, a bottle and masking tape to create the ...

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Volcanoes – dormant, active & extinct

This week in DT, we used recycled plastic bottles and newspaper to create a papier-mâché volcano. After it dried, we mixed colours to make brown paint and then we painted our volcanoes.  

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Christmas character plates

In Beech class this week, we have been busy being creative and making our own characters using paper plates. We cut out coloured paper, we scrunched up tissue paper and we stuck on googly eyes. We tried to make each plate different and unique.

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Reading Gladiators win prize!

  The Reading gladiators have won a prize for their Malkin Moonlight poster in the mini competition. Well done to all of them for their hard work and reading the book! We won a signed copy of ‘I swapped my brother on the internet’ by Jo Simmons.  

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Maple Class – Visit To The Victoria And Royal Albert Museum

As our current topic is ‘Fashion’, we visited the Victoria and Royal Albert Museum to partake in some workshops and view various exhibits all related to fashion.   We had the opportunity to wear various clothes from the past and walk around the museum. We had an amazing time and look forward to an opportunities ...

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V & A Museum – Fashion

This week, year 4 are visiting the V&A museum to see how fashion has changed through the ages. Today, Beech class and Maple class went on their trip. The children learned about the attire worn by women and men in the Georgian and Victorian period and how the rich dressed to show off their wealth. ...

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Maple Class – IPC – Creating Fashion Timelines

As part of our IPC topic ‘Fashion’, we researched different eras of fashion and created fashion timelines. At the beginning of the week we split into different groups to look at different eras. The eras that were looked at were the 1920s, 1960s, 1970s, 1990s and fashion of today. After we researched the different eras, ...

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Parsloes Primary Christmas Bazaar

Recently, Parsloes Primary School put on a Christmas Bazaar. Lots of stalls were put on with different activities made available for the children and their families, from a bouncy castle, sponge the teacher, white elephant, fortune telling, hair braiding and face painting and many more. Despite the cold, miserable weather the children and families had ...

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Spurling Road

Tel: 0208 270 4925