Can you make a working circuit?

Can you make a working circuit?

To begin this topic, the children were presented with a challenge: Can you make a working circuit. Everyone rose to the challenge and bulbs were lit, buzzers buzzed and motors rotated. Well done...

Isn’t your blood amazing?

After researching about the key components of our blood and their function, it was time to recreate a sample. We had red blood cells, white blood cells, plasma and...
Getting to grips with digestion

Getting to grips with digestion

We were hands on when re-enacting the digestion process in our body. What goes in, must come out if it is not needed and we certainly won’t forget what happens to food – from entering our mouths and leaving our bodies including the vital organs...
Growing up!

Growing up!

As part of our PSHE lessons and Science lessons, we have been discussing how we change as we grow and what we can do now that we couldn’t do when we were babies. We also thought about how we have become more independent at home and at school. We discussed our feelings...
Super Sorting!

Super Sorting!

In our science lessons, we have been learning lots of new vocabulary linked to the properties of materials. We then sorted different objects into groups according to their properties. Look at our examples of objects with the properties: flexible and rigid; rough and...
Science in Year 4 – Sound

Science in Year 4 – Sound

The second half of our autumn term has had a science theme of sound. We have been learning lots about how sound reaches our ideas. Using what we learnt about particles last term, we discovered that sound travels well through solids because the energy from the sound...