Last week, we celebrated our last day of Year 4 in the wildlife garden. We used natural found objects to create installations, using Andy Goldsworthy’s art as inspiration (read more about him here ).
Over the past few weeks, the children in my bubble have been researching, writing, presenting, editing, and creating the artwork for the following podcast. Live Love Laugh Learn is a real collaborative effort spearheaded by Billie-Jean, Lara and, later on, Anaiya. The girls, inspired by the story of Olive Morris, put this together in hope […]
Thank you so much to those of you who have emailed me photos of your learning to share! Please continue to, it’s so lovely to see what you are all up to.
So many of you are enjoying the weekly STEM challenges:
Lots of you are continuing to share stories with your siblings:
Over the past month, I’ve been collecting all of the life updates and learning you’ve been sharing with me. If you haven’t managed to send any photos over yet, you’re always welcome to. If you have been sending me photos, please continue to! It’s so lovely to be able to see all of the different […]
A huge thank you to everyone who has been in touch over the past week. It’s so lovely to hear from you all and see what you have been up to! Please continue to send me updates, photos, drawings, etc. to email@example.com
This week, I received so many amazing illustrations:
Artwork by Z.W.
Week 2 of Summer Term 1 is already over! By the end of last week, I had received some wonderful emails filling me in on all the brilliant things you have been doing at home. Some of us are learning new languages or working on our art; Some of us are reading lots, […]
This week in maths, Year 4 have been investigating the meaning of area, and how area is calculated. We started by constructing our own shapes with sticky notes, then moved on to counting the squares that cover the surface of […]
Today in literacy, we watched the animated short ‘SOAR’ – the basis of our Literacy work over the coming weeks. We decided, as a class, to post the animation on the blog. Please watch and discuss the film at home; there’s a lot to enjoy and unpick!