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Year Four Curriculum Map 2020/2021
Return to School, Autumn One
It is wonderful to have the children back in school, learning alongside each other again. They have shown a huge amount of resilience and thrown themselves back in to their learning 🙂 We are very proud of them.
Butterfly Display and Posters with Helpful Reminders
Year 4 have produced some lovely posters, which encourage our school community to be mindful and help others. They have also created a beautiful, motivational butterfly door display, entitled ‘Your wings already exist…all you have to do is FLY!’ 🙂
Year 4 enjoyed painting positivity pebbles as one of their ‘recovery ethos’ activities 🙂
It has been wonderful seeing some of the creative learning that Year 4 have been doing this week 🙂 The children have been busy doing a variety of activities, including drawing birds; creating paper plate doves; designing their own ideal zoo; drawing Zentangle Beetles; collages; and doodle arms. Many members of Year 4 also enjoyed composing their own music, using Chrome Music Lab. Well done everyone!
Here are some of Year 4’s wonderful pieces of artwork, based on the style of Kandinsky. Different shapes and colours are used to represent different emotions. How does each one make you feel?
Year 4 have been designing their very own birds, using The Wildlife Trust and birdsong for inspiration! Take a look…
The children have clearly been busy with their distance learning since the Easter holidays. It’s fantastic to see some of the activities they have been doing, such as pictures and setting descriptions of the visual text, ‘Marshmallows’; ‘Super Bear’ competition designs in support of the NHS; sculptures made from recycled materials; and examples of origami!
It was also very exciting to hear that one of our Year 4 pupil’s ITV Logo designs featured on television, as seen below!
Easter Holiday Activities:
It has been so lovely seeing some of the wonderful creations and activities that the children have been doing over the Easter break. These include creating posters to recognise our NHS heroes; creating Easter cards; and working on projects. It’s great to see a ‘Dino-Land’ and a papier mache volcano too! Some children have also taken part in an ITV competition to design a new logo. It looks like they have had a fun and creative time!
This week, Year Four were asked to draw pictures of Mesopotamia . It has been a pleasure to see the effort that has gone into the pictures that the children have created.
Click to read the Y4 letter that the children have written following their learning in the recent focus week. They have focused on finding out about litter and the impact it has on the environment. In their letter, the children are asking for help from their families to support this important cause for change.