Year 4 had a wonderful time on Monday afternoon. We had a scrumptious BBQ (thank you Mr Taylor and Mr Hancock for doing the cooking) and did lots of fun activities such as football, archery and rocket science. We even had a Viking themed treasure hunt! Thank you to everyone involved and for everyone’s support! We had so much fun!
The children were given the challenge of working out how to make a electrical circuit which would light up a bulb. It took some of them longer than others but they all managed it in the end! We will be continuing this Science topic next week when we test objects to see which will conduct electricity and which won’t.
This week as part of Year 4’s Sound topic, we have been experimenting to see what would be the best material to absorb sound. We used a range of materials to wrap a bell in. One person shook the bell and another counted how many steps away they could hear it from.
We made Roman style bread which we enjoyed eating as part of our Roman food tasting. Our finished bread!We made one loaf without yeast so we could see what happened. The bread with yeast almost doubled in size!!
We started our Roman Day by performing our Roman songs. A big thank you to Gareth and Mr Riley for doing all the recording, editing and uploading. A link will be available very soon so you can see how hard we have been working learning the songs. Watch this space!!