Year 4

Ash and Beech Class get crafty

Both Ash and Beech Class made figures out of natural materials with the help of Amicus Horizon, ready to be displayed on their stand at the Kent County Show next month at The Detling Showground. Visitors to the show can vote for their favourite and a prize has been promised for the most popular figure.

Martial Arts Display

          At the end of last term Year 4 showed their parents what they had been learning in their martial art sessions during the term. It was great to see all the children so focused and enthusiastic, especially when breaking boards with their hands! All the children received a certificate and there were special Continue reading

Scrumdiddlyumptious!

This term our topic is Scrumdiddlyumptious, where we will be investigating different types of food; in particular where they originate from, how they are made and how they affect our bodies. We have already designed and made our own bread. Although the classroom became very messy the results were fantastic. We produced an amazing range Continue reading

Tremors

Year 4’s topic this term is ‘Tremors’. On the first day back after half term Ash Class was hit by an earthquake! The children worked in teams to complete a series of tasks. One of their team members was injured so they had to bandage their wound to stop the bleeding. Next they had to Continue reading

Ash Class’ Potions

This term in Ash Class we have been exploring the world of potions. We have been identifying ingredients by sight and smell, and learning how to classify them as solids, liquids or gases. We have also been looking at the shape and function of different containers and have created our own potion bottles out of Continue reading

Enterprise Fun

Ash class worked extremely hard on a variety of products for the enterprise fayre. It was great fun and we learned lots as we worked. Thank you for all your support on the day and on the Big Question exhibition