This morning we have had taken part in a karate taster session - it was lots of fun!
How do our actions affect others?
We are learning a lot from the Victorians this half term and how their acts affected Britain and how it is still affecting our lives today. We have looked at Queen Victorian and what she was like and what she did. We have looked at the workhouses, colonisation, inventions and lots, lots more.
This week we have been looking at Gingerbread. During the Victorian period, gingerbread was regularly eaten and enjoyed. We tried out the recipe and enjoyed eating the gingerbread we made as much as the Victorians!
Today is our second brass lesson. Today the children have been playing along to Head, Shoulders, Knees and Toes. They have been learning about how to look after their instruments and how to keep the valves clean and smooth.
Using a cream cracker, banana, orange juice and water we created a digestive system. We had lots of fun digesting the food and removing the waste from our stomach.
Hello and welcome back Year 4. I am ready for a fantastic and fun year where we are going to learn lots and lots! Don't forget if you need anything or have any questions to come and find me and I will try to help.
Don't forget parents, there is a 'Meet the Teacher' meeting on Thursday 12th September. I am looking forward to meeting as many of you as possible. I understand that some people will not be able to attend the meeting so I will add the PowerPoint on here. Any questions, please come and see me.
Today we have had our first brass lesson - we have given the children their rental agreement for you to sign. Once this is returned to school, they will then be able to bring their instrument home to practise!!
Welcome to the Clever Crocodile Class 2018!
I am really looking forward to Year 4 and I hope you are too.
Our first topic is shared through the whole school... hidden TREASURE! We are focussing on the Ancient Egyptians as our topic and will be becoming archaeologists exploring the treasures of the past.
Welcome to Year 4!
Snow Day Homework
I hope you have enjoyed some time playing in the snow.
As we missed World Book Day on Thursday I would like you to ask someone to take a photo of you reading your favourite book in an interesting place. You can decide where this is. Please bring a photo into school to show the rest of the class.
I would also like you to do some writing to share with the class.
Imagine you are going to be trapped inside school because of the snow for 2 whole weeks. Which 10 items would you bring with you to help you survive and why would you bring each item?
I look forward to hearing about your fun in the snow on Monday.
On behalf of Class 4, I would just like to say thank you to all of the adults who attended the Cober Hill assembly on Tuesday. I am sure you will agree that the children had fun whilst they were away and that they learnt a lot at the same time.
Just a reminder that the Class 4 Cober Hill assembly will take place on Tuesday 27th February at 1.45pm.
Please return the reply slips to let us know whether you will be attending or not and how many seats you need.
Miss Humphreys and Class 4
Cober Hill 2018
Yesterday the whole school enjoyed the first Smile day! What an exciting and fun day it was. All of the children I spoke to really enjoyed the day and the variety of activities. It was nice to see Year 4 mixing with all year groups throughout the day. Check out the Headteacher's page to see some of the photos from the day.
Writer of the week
The Writer of the week award goes to Skye this week. She produced a brilliant non-chronological report. I was very impressed. Well done Skye.
Pupil of the Week
This week's pupil of the week is Gracie. Gracie always does the right thing and is a kind and friendly member of the class. Well done Gracie.
This week Dylan was chosen as outstanding writer due to his much improved handwriting and letter formation. Dylan has worked really hard ensuring that his descenders fall below the line and that his letters are the same size. Well done Dylan.
This week Thomas was picked as pupil of the week due to his outstanding work ethic. He always puts in 100% effort and wants to do his best. Well done Thomas.