Year 4 Celebration of Work
Mrs Morgan and Mrs Townsley have been very proud of their writers in Year 4 this term.
We have worked well at writing notes on using plastics and how plastics are harmful to marine life. Pupils have researched information for the topic and created a balanced argument on using plastics. Well done to our Year 4 writers!
Pupils have also started writing a descriptive story on finding the Staffordshire Hoard. We have chosen two pupils' story starters to give you a flavour of our fabulous writing! We are so proud of our Year 4 pupils!
Pupils have also thought about electricity safety too and have designed posters too. Well done!
To complete our studies on the body, the children wrote fantastic first person accounts as pieces of food travelling through the digestive system! Get ready, you're in for a bumpy ride!
Year 4 used their senses and a visual stimulus to write their descriptive pieces about dragons! Be ready to be taken to a land of fire breathing beasts!
Mrs Morgan's writing group worked today on writing a description of a footballer scoring a goal.
Mrs Morgan and Mrs Townsley's Star Writers
Year 4 studied images of Mary in art and produced their own favourite image of Mother Mary. Here are a selection.
Mrs Townsley and Mrs Morgan have been so impressed with the standard of poetry using onomatopoeia this week! Onomatopoeia is a word that sounds like the thing it is describing. E.g. crunch, bang, pop and crash.
We were very impressed with yet more good RE explanations and the explanation of how one person felt when listening to the music of Fantasia.
This week, Mrs Townsley and Mrs Morgan have been really impressed with the standard of presentation of work in mathematics books as well as a description of a child's favourite classical piece from BBC's Ten Pieces programme.