A great time was had by all on our Greek Workshop day. The children loved taking part and learnt a great deal. We've added a slideshow of pictures from the day, below.
First of all, from the whole Year 4 team, thank you very much for the kind cards and gifts we received for Christmas. They really are very much appreciated. We hope you all had an enjoyable Christmas.
We got off to an exciting start to our Groovy Greek topic with our 'Wow Day,' on Monday 8th January. The children's costumes looked fantastic. Throughout the day, the children moved around the classrooms experiencing decorating Greek pottery, Greek food tasting, exploring Greek artefacts and taking part in their very own Greek Olympics.
Today Bedgrove Juniors took part in their first 'House Day.' Children worked with other members of their team to build something that could float. They designed, built and then tested their models. The children showed great cooperation throughout the school, it was lovely to see them working so well together.
Well done to the Van Gogh Greens, their Christmas village was chosen as the winning float. Van Gogh Greens have been awarded a mufti day, the date will be confirmed shortly.
This covers most subjects and has a useful section with links to Maths and English games.
Again, this has resources for lots of subjects. Click on the subject you want and the age range. There are lots of great interactive games on this.
Various worksheets and activities available to print off.
Good for learning spellings in a different way. You can add your own spellings.
Have to register but this is free. A great website for picking books. Extracts are available and a range of genres. This is particularly good for finding texts for reluctant readers.
This is a direct link to interactive games.
http://www.wldps.com/gordons/Fantastic games - great for looking at methods studied in class.
Year 4 WOW day - Autumn Term - Raging Rivers
The Year 4's took part in some very exciting activities during their WOW day. Each teacher created a different piece of work/art to help excite and engage in our new topic. Please see below the photographs and other examples of what took place!