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Jupiter Catch up

last Weeks Catch Up

Posted 18/9/2017

In Jupiter class we have developed our wonder of the ancient world. We have carefully    excavated our very own ancient Egyptian artefacts using tools and skills similar to that of the archaeologist who continue to make discoveries to this day. We recorded our results with some observational drawing. One group even found a mummy still in its sarcophagus!

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Last Weeks Catch Up

Posted 21/7/2017

This week we have been celebrating all of our achievements in Year 4 and have discussed what we have learnt this year. We talked about how we have grown and developed and what advice we would give to the children who are moving up into our class in September. We created a “How to Survive Year 4” booklet where we used our alphabet knowledge to create a step by step alphabetical guide.

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Last Weeks Catch up 14.07.17

Posted 17/7/2017

This week in class we conducted a science investigation  into how we can create ear defenders to protect young children’s ears at rock concerts. We discussed the materials needed and how we know some materials will block out more sound than others. We all opted for using polystyrene cups and used various material such as foam and cotton wool.

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Last Weeks Catch Up 07.07.17

Posted 10/7/2017

This week Amethyst Class took a trip to Filey to look at coasts. Miss Stafford looked at the weather forecast and took a big gulp –rain!! As we all embarked on the bus with everything crossed the weather seemed to hold up. Luckily the rain did stay away and we had a fantastic day fossil hunting and making coastal collages!

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Last Week's Catch Up 30.06.17

Posted 3/7/2017

This week we finally finished our rock pools! We were so proud to see the final result as we removed our rock pools from the bowl mould! This made us so excited for our trip next week!

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Last Weeks Catch Up 23.06.17

Posted 26/6/2017

This week the children continued to investigate sound. We looked at how sound    travels and investigated how sound travels through a solid. We made telephone cups and experimented with talking to each other in various ways, e.g. round a corner or through a door. It was so much fun!

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Last Week's Catch Up 15.06.17

Posted 16/6/2017

This week Amethyst Class went on a “Sound Walk” in science. When we arrived in class it said “SHHHHH” on the board and we had to read the instructions without any of us saying a word. We then went around the school looking for the quietest and noisiest places. The quad was very peaceful but the field was very noisy!

Last Weeks Catch Up 09.06.17

Posted 12/6/2017

This week Amethyst class finished their art masterpieces! The children had spent a long time designing and painting their finished sea art work and the results were amazing! The children concentrated extremely hard making sure they were being precise and neat while painting using water colours! 

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Last Weeks Catch Up 26.05.17

Posted 30/5/2017

This week we have been taking advantage of the glorious weather by going outside for maths. We have particularly been focusing on decimals and fractions and so we grabbed our chalk and went out and did some questions on the playground. It was good fun, especially when Miss Stafford hid secret challenges on the playground!

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Last Week's Catch Up 22.05.17

Posted 22/5/2017

Amethyst classAmethyst classThe children in Amethyst Class love art and this week we looked at the artist Maia Walszack; a famous illustrator for children’s stories. She focuses on shapes of waves and patterns. Using this as inspiration we designed our own art and began to use    watercolour paints to add colour to our pictures. We can’t wait to finish them next week!

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