Hello! Welcome to Year 4!
HOMEWORK UPDATE: We now have an email address for the children to email their electronic homework to their class teachers. Please make sure the email contains the child’s name and the name of their class teacher.
Where is the noisiest area in school? We did an investigation with our data logging equipment to find out!
The children's latest creative project organised by the very talented Mrs Maker, we love the use of warm colours and the contrast of the bold writing
In English, a lesson on Facts and Opinions turned into a debate about whether the controversial statement 'We need plastic' was a fact or an opinion!
The year 4 children created a human number line to help them to place and round different amounts of money
What a way to end the first Summer half term, Miss Matthews and Mrs Durham are so proud of this young man!
Some of our year 4 children making the most of this wonderful opportunity and rocking out at our after school drumming club
Class 4JM/TD were awarded the Headteacher's Award this week for being spotted being brilliant around school by lots of members of staff. A great team effort and a good example of collaboration.
We are really proud of our children's achievements out of school as well as in school!
A sneaky peak at our latest art project with Mrs Maker.
Invertebrates investigation; more outdoor fun identifying different specimens of invertebrates in the different habitats around the school grounds
Green Flag Award efforts; we have enjoyed compiling evidence towards achieving the prestigious Green Flag award and wanted to showcase some of the year 4 efforts, learning about biodiversity, habitats and having a fun filled adventure along the way!
Our brand new shiny topic display ready to be filled with the children's fantastic efforts
First Summer term Headteacher Award winner
The children learnt lots of very important messages during Road Safety Awareness Week. Class 4JM/TD really enjoyed playing the Your Move game which reminded them of the STOP, LOOK, Listen rules and other tips on how to stay safe whilst out and about.
Wouldn't you agree that the children look fantastic in their own choice of clothing!!! They certainly expressed themselves and their unique personalities whilst raising money for Children in Need.
On Thursday 15th November the children in class 4JM/TD created some still images to convey the messages we have been learning about during anti-bullying week: Stop, Speak and Support and Choose Respect. The children did a fantastic job of using body language and facial expressions to create still and silent scenarios with some powerful and dramatic effects.
Whilst learning about Remembrance and celebrating one hundred years since the end of World War I, the year 4 children really enjoyed working with a theatre group, who visited school. Thank you to all of the parents that came along, we hope you enjoyed it too!
On Friday 9th November 2018 year 4 conducted a remembrance ceremony at our remembrance bench, in the school premises. This was a fantastic opportunity for us to showcase our amazing war themed poetry and our poppy inspired art. We also showed our respects with a two-minute silence. It really was an honour and a privilege to be a part of it!
On Tuesday 6th November 2018 year 4 visited Mansfield Library as part of our remembrance topic. The children enjoyed learning about the war, which really inspired their war themed poetry and artwork. The dressing up was fun too!
On Friday 9th we became a united sea of blue to show our solidarity and support for anti-bullying awareness! We all choose respect!
For our Harvest assemblies the year 4 children made Autumnal themed artwork. We experimented using handprints, wax leaf rubbings and leaf stamps. We hope you were just as impressed with the final pieces as we are! Watch out Picasso we have some budding artists!
We wore odd socks to school to remind ourselves that we are all the same but we are all different too! An opportunity to celebrate the ways in which we are united and our own special individual traits and characteristics. We respect ourselves and each other at Berry Hill!
Roald Dahl Day
Beware! There’s an enormous crocodile on the loose. You can see just how much fun the children in class 4JM/TD had coming to school dressed as their favourite characters to mark Roald Dahl day.