ELECTRICITY

Year 4 enjoyed making circuits and testing if the bulb would work. 

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Saving Sam

Fantastic problem solving and team building today. The children had to save Sam the jelly worm by just using a jelly sweet, two paper clips and a plastic cup! 

 

 

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Year 4's first day

Welcome to Year 4. A fantastic year ahead. 

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World Book Day 2017

We all looked fantastic dressed as our favourite book characters. Another amazing effort, well done Y3/4.

 

 

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Dynamic Dioramas!

 

Our dioramas certainly were dynamic! Well done Y3/4 an amazing effort.

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"We will remember them"

Year 3/4S celebrated their class mass on Wednesday and led the parish in an act of remembrance. At the end of mass Fr. Michael spoke to the class about the altar and different aspects of the mass.

 

 

 

 

 

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Conductor or Insulator?

Year 3/4 have been investigating which materials conduct electricity and which can be used as an insulator. They had great fun testing materials from pencils to paper clips!

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Persevering with problems!

Year 3/4 worked very hard on a variety of mathematical problems, it was great to see them persevering with the problems to find a solution!

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Time for Lancashire GAA again!

We welcome back Lancashire GAA. Y3/4 have enjoyed their first two sessions with Andy, learning how to play Gaelic football.

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Welcome to Year 3/4S

All ready for the year ahead!

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Environment Day

The children did a fantastic job of giving Tim's garden a 'make over' during our environment day at school. Thank you to Mrs Walker and Alice for all their hard work and for all the donations we received to make the garden look great.

 

 

 

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Easter Nests

 

 

 

Y4 had a great time making their Easter nests with Mrs Walker. In groups they had to work out how much ingredients they would need, so that each one could make a chocolate nest. The finished nests looked fantastic and surprisingly they also tasted…

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