Rights Respecting School Class Charter
(Exploring Biomes and The Amazon Rainforest)
Our new topic, for this half term, is Biodiverse Brazil. We will be exploring flora and fauna native to the Amazon Rainforest, and the impact of deforestation on these.
To begin with, we looked at the layers of the rainforest. We worked individually, and in pairs, to create a 3D representation of these layers as a 'Rainforest in a Box'. Year 4 thoroughly enjoyed this on their first day back in the classroom.
Our Final Outcomes
The children in school made a book in a box...they are amazing!. Can you guess which books they are ?
Nahom looking very relaxed reading his favourite book with a cup of tea .
This afternoon, Years 3 and 4 listened to a classical piece of music called The Firebird by Stravinsky. They then created a piece of artwork based on the music they had heard.
Sing up its Christmas
In Year 4 we have been learning how to use different pencils to create tones. We have made close observational drawings of Anglo-Saxon jewellery and then used these drawings to inspire us in making a block for a collograph print.
Here are some photos of us at work.
In science Year 4 are learning about electricity. They were given 2 wires, a bulb and battery and asked to investigate how they could make the bulb light. Here are the photos of us experimenting.
Success at last!
We have been voting for the two children that we would like to represent us in the school Pupil Ambassador meetings. We have chosen children thought we thought would be:
- good role models
- speak clearly
- share our ideas
- report back
Here are are some photos of us casting our votes. Have a look at the Pupil Ambassador page to see who won.
In Year 4 we are reading Beowulf. During our reading lessons we have been practising the skill of prediction. As we read we use thought bubbles to help us explain what we are thinking.