Year 4 News

Mr D. Hebb

Hi - I'm Mr Hebb. 

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  • 13/05/22

    13/05/2022

    This week in Year 4, we have shown kindness by working together in Geography and helping each other out with map work. We have continued to show our good manners each day both in and out of the classroom. This week in Year 4, we have shown courage by working hard in our dance sessions when we had...
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  • 06/05/22

    06/05/2022

    This week in Year 4, we have shown kindness by holding doors open for each other when we are walking around school and also working on our good listening in lessons. This week in Year 4, we have shown courage by not giving up when things have got tricky in lessons and continuing to try hard to im...
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  • 29/04/22

    29.04.2022

    This week in Year 4, we have shown kindness by supporting each other with our swimming.  This week in Year 4, we have shown courage by trying our best as we start our first week of swimming lessons even though some of us have not been swimming for a while.  This week in Year 4, we ha...
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  • 08/04/22

    08/04/2022

    This week, Y4 enjoyed celebrating World Environment Day by creating our own digital art: we were inspired by David Hockney's work. We talked about climate change and pollution, and our art tried to reflect the problems facing the world. Our writing continued to focus on a diary entry and we a...
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  • 01/04/22

    01/04/2022

    This week, Y4 have been revising multiplication and division in maths. We were multiplying and dividing two and three digit numbers. We also practised the 6 and 8 times tables. Our writing focused on diaries and we’ve planned to write Hogarth’s diary (using our reading text ‘The...
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  • 25/03/22

    25.03.2022

    This week, in Science, we’ve learned more about the ‘states of matter’, and we now all know what temperature water boils and freezes at. We discussed body temperature and we know why we put salt on paths. We boiled a kettle of water near a window and observed water vapour condensin...
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  • 18/03/22

    18/03/2022

    Our science work on 'States of Matter' will spill over into next week because we had such a lot to discuss; perhaps have a discussion at home about where you find condensation around the house and where has it come from.  In maths we've ploughed on with decimals and the focus has...
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  • 11/03/22

    11/03/2022

    This week, we finished off being geographers by looking at why people choose to live in different places. We wondered where we'll live when we're older. Through the rest of the week we've been historians and we've been using a Tudor map of Hull to start thinking about what life was l...
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  • 04/03/22

    04/03/2022

    This week we've started to learn about decimals in maths; we've talked about tenths and hundredths. We know that our money and measuring systems are based on decimals (they use the ten times table).  In literacy, we started to read The Iron Man and we've described him in our writing...
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  • 18/02/22

    18/02/2022

    This week in Year 4, we have nearly finished reading ‘Awful Auntie’. We have also watched ‘Billionaire Boy’ and ‘Mr. Stink’. This week, we read about the origins of Saint Valentine's Day and discovered that British people spent a whopping £855 million...
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  • 11/02/22

    22/02/2022

    This week in Year 4, we have continued to read Awful Auntie by David Walliams. This week in Year 4, we have been learning how to write a poem, using Allan Ahlberg’s poem ‘Dog in the Playground’ as a stimulus. We are now going to write our own poem called ‘Cat in the Playgr...
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  • 04/02/22

    04/02/2022

    This week in Year 4, we have been reading Awful Auntie by David Walliams. This week in Year 4, we have been learning how to write a newspaper article. We have used the silhouettes in the village as a stimulus. In MFL, we have learned the French words for some animals and have tried to read a simp...
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