Extreme Earth!

Year 4G have been busy making the layers of the Earth out of play dough. We cut the Earth model in half and then labelled each layer. It was great fun! 

We have also been sketching Mount Vesuvius inspired by Andy Warhol’s pop art. Watch out for our painted art work coming soon.

We even had…

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Competition winners!

An update on our competition winners!
 

We researched Easter traditions around the world then we designed our own Easter eggs. The lucky winners won some Easter chocolate. Yum! 

We also had a reading competition from World Book Day. They designed their own book cover and created a book mood…

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Red Nose Day in Year 4G

We are learning about the human digestive system. Have you ever wonder how your food travels through your body? You eat a meal and then a bit later…you do a poo! But what happens in between?

We planned our explanation text by creating a success criteria and researching some technical…

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Science week in year 4G

This week is science week innovating for the future. We were really excited to watch Professor Bubbles and watch his online workshop and we looked at lots of different inventions over the last 150 years.

We did a catapult experiment by building our own from lolly sticks, plastic spoon, rubber…

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A minion reasons to love maths

To celebrate world maths day, we completed lots of fun maths activities based on the Minion film. The activities included place value games, multiplying and dividing by 10, problem-solving and multiplications. We even got to watch the film afterwards and we had such a fun time! 

It has also…

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Weekly round up from Year 4G

The science investigation results are in...

We have investigated the effects of acid on tooth decay using eggs, coke, vinegar, orange juice and water. We discovered that vinegar causes the worst tooth decay. Make sure to brush your twice a day for at least two minutes.

In design…

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Disgusting!

This week, we did an experiment to show how our digestive system works…

We got a clear plastic bag to represent the stomach. It is able to churn the food, mixing it with acid so that it can be broken down into even smaller pieces.

The food is then poured into the tights, this represents the…

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PE madness in 4G

In PE, we have been keeping active learning the rules of netball, working on our shooting skills and we even had a class competition. We have also explored floor ball, perfected our dance routines with Naomi and joined in Mr Brindle’s bubble blast.

To help boost mindfulness and our well-being…

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Busy, Busy, Busy!

Another busy week in 4B.

Some superb understanding on tricky fractions!

Amazing writing about the Alma film!

Fabulous fact finding in our Victorian topic!

Terrific work on teeth!

We have then started to design our own brand of toothpaste packaging.

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This week’s round up in year 4G…

For English, we are watching a short thriller film called Alma, who is a little girl who ventures into town in the snow. She is drawn to a shop window by a familiar looking doll. She enters the shop... what will happen when she goes inside? It inspired us to create some spooky setting…

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All smiles this week!

We have been working extremely hard in class and at home with online learning. This lockdown isn’t going to stop us!

As part of our Science animals including humans topic, we had a special visitor from the local oral health team. We learnt about different types of teeth and how to keep our…

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Street Child

What a busy week in Year 4G! We have been reading Street Child by Berlie Doherty. We have created our class display with some Victorian landscape art work and we made some predictions about the text. In English, the children have used the hot seating technique to get into the role of a character,…

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Moorgate Primary School
Entwistle Street
Bolton
Lancashire
BL2 2RH
Tel: 01204 333477
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