Welcome to 4C from Miss Carter and Miss Lewthwaite. We are a class of 34 kind, hard-working and helpful children. So far, we have made an excellent start to Year 4 and we are enjoying our new topic Burps, Bottoms and Bile. Our current class novel is Demon Dentist, by David Walliams. Throughout the year, the topics we will cover are I am Warrior, Potions, Misty Mountain Sierra, Traders and Raiders and Blue Abyss. We look forward to sharing our learning with you!
4C Play in a Day - Vikings
Exploring the work of Claude Monet during Art week
Making moving vehicles during Design Technology
Learning how to read and write co-ordinates during a game of battleships.
Conducting a Science 'Sound Survey'.
Today, we enjoyed a visit from local author Helen Haraldsen.
4C have had a fascinating morning learning about the life of Kieko the whale who was kept in captivity.
WOW! Year 4's trip to the Aquarium
Writing our own descriptions of the chokey!
4C Class Assembly
We are really enjoying studying Joan Miro during Art Week!
4C's final piece inspired by Joan Miro.
Subtracting fractions from whole amounts
WOW Lesson - Potions
Today, we became wizards and witches for the morning! First of all, we created wizard and witches hats. Once we had the right hat for the job, we started to make a concoction of potions! We used ingredients like dragon’s blood, June bug juice, tarantula acid and pixie dust to make Helious Potion, Growing Potion and Burn Heal Potion. Afterwards, we graduated from the Seaton School of Witchcraft and Wizardry!
History of Anaesthetic Timeline
We are enjoying our new class novel - The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe!
Which Liquids have the Highest Viscosity?
Exploring the Features of a Non Chronological Report
We are Musicians Computing Unit
Design Technology -Lighting up Rudolph's Nose
We have recently been developing our self-editing skills in English
We are really enjoying our Electricity topic in Science!
4C's Final Piece from Art Week
Vindolanda and the Roman Army Museum
Learning how to overhand and underhand serve in P.E
4C are enjoying our Art week exploring the artist Friedensreich Hundertwasser.
Visit to the WW1 exhibition at the Beacon Museum.
Today we visited an exhibition at the Beacon Museum in Whitehaven to celebrate 100 years since the end of WW1. Whilst we were at the museum we were able to learn lots about how WW1 affected our local area of Workington.
Boudicca's Rebellion Freeze Frames
Tennis lessons with Rob Jefferson
Creating a model of the digestive system.
4C have really enjoyed learning about teeth. Recently, we took part in an enquiry counting how many teeth we have! We also pulled lots of silly faces in the process!
Creating Programmes using Scratch
Using Dienes Equipment to Solve Problems
Demon Dentist Character Investigation
Design Technology - Creating monsters using hydraulics!
Creating string telephones.
We loved playing Maths countdown today!
Creating a Viking Timeline
WOW! Play in a Day!
WOW! Play in a Day!
WOW! Viking Play in a Day!
This week we have enjoyed creating work in the style of Claude Monet.
Our invertebrate and vertebrate hunt!
Well done Thomas, Thomas and Liam for achieving your gold times table award!
In 4C we are synonym and antonym detectives!
WOW! 4C had a fantastic day at the aquarium in Windermere.
Working on our over arm throwing in P.E.
4C enjoying a P.E lesson in the sun.
4c have made a great start to their new topic, Blue Abyss this half term. Today went outside and found a variety of animals and plants that we could include in our own classification keys.
Finding animals and plants for our classification keys.
Annotating the characters Miss Honey and Miss Trunchbull from our class novel.
Using dictionaries to find the meaning of unknown words from our class novel
Misty Mountain Sierra
We have been enjoying our new topic, Misty Mountain Sierra in 4C! Today we used the Atlases to locate famous mountains around the world.
Working hard designing websites in our new Computing topic
Our final art pieces designed in the style of Joan Miro.
Working hard in Maths finding equivalent equations
4C having great fun in our PE lesson this morning
4C have had a fantastic morning making and tasting a variety of juices!
P.E - Hockey and Football
4C using their computing skills to compose a musical piece.
Our WOW lesson making potions!
Learning to march like a Roman soldier
Making electric circuits
Our Fantastic Roman Visitor!
On Monday we worked hard in Science to work out what is needed to make a complete circuit. We made predictions about the circuits we thought would not work and suggested how to make these complete.
This term in Science we are looking at electricity. To start off our new topic we have explored the difference between mains and battery electricity.
4C working hard, writing in role as a Roman soldier.
4C having fun investigating how the digestive system works.
4C working hard in Maths
Yesterday 4C took part in a Growth Mindset workshop. They showed an excellent understanding of Growth Mindset and showed great enthusiasm when trying the challenges.
Problem solving using Dienes equipment
We have been working really hard in Maths since we came back to school. Over the past couple of weeks we have been exploring Place Value. Last week the children used the Dienes equipment to help us solve problems counting in 1000s.
4C have been enjoying their class novel Demon Dentist. Last week we took part in a character investigation of the three main characters so far; Miss Root, Dad and Gabz. Everyone worked extremely hard to find evidence in the book to support our ideas about the characters.
Welcome to 4C!
In 4C we are kind, hard-working and helpful. We have made a great start to Year 4 so far and we are enjoying our current topic 'Burps, bottoms and bile'.
4B 2016 -2017
Welcome to 4B with Mrs Blair & Mrs Tunstall!
In 4B we are friendly, kind, helpful and are always ready to learn. We make a great team.
We love reading and we look forward to regularly achieving 100% in Strive for 5!
In Maths, as well as learning new skills, we revisit and revise some skills we already know. We put these into practice with fun games or by understanding how to use them to solve problems. We love practising our tables and have lots of fun using our knowledge for tables challenge games such as ‘shoot out’.
Our lessons are often interactive. The picture above was taken while we were learning about fronted adverbials (a key topic in year 4).
Wizards for the afternoon! Following instructions and meauring capacity/reading scales to make weird and wonderful potions!
Estimating and measuring the length of things in the garden.
Enjoying using sketchbooks in our lovely garden
The children wrote and presented a Roman gladiator battle scene
Teamwork in Maths to find the area of different shapes
Linking Geography to our Roman topic. The children worked in pairs using an atlas to compare Italy with England.
Making replica Roman coins from clay
Experiencing life in the Roman Army with 'Rufus Aelius Viktor'.
Making Native American dreamcatchers.
Building electrical circuits to light the headlights on New York Yellowcabs!
Practical Maths - Measuring capacity
This morning, 4B took a 'flight' to NYC. We have had a day of fun filled activities connected to our 'Road Trip USA' topic.
This half term's child led class worship
Fun making christingles
Global Christianity Day
Getting creative in Art with Mrs Lee
Child Led Collective Worship
4B have enjoyed doing some clay modelling. We have made 3D mountain ranges for our classroom display. This is the theme for our first topic of the year, 'Misty Mountain Sierra'.
4B have enjoyed a physical day...football coaching with FA coach Matt Owen and PE with Mr Wright.
Previous year (2015-2016)
Paired work in Maths to order decimal numbers in the context of length and money
Reading rugby players
Braving the weather with the rugby players!
Learning about British Values on the Queen's birthday
'ERIC - Everyone Reading In Class # 'worldbookday'
'4B debating whether we should be allowed to stay in during playtime - some great arguments from both sides!'
4B investigating 'state of matter' in Science
Improving Our Writing.
Seaton CE Junior School, Seaton Park, Seaton, Workington, CA14 1HA
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