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Class 10 & 11

Hello

Welcome to Class 10 & 11

Year 4

 

Class 10 – Mr Bell – class10mail@berryhill.notts.sch.uk

Class 11 – Mrs Jones & Mrs Durham – class11mail@berryhill.notts.sch.uk

TA - Mrs Kirk

 

Summer term 1 P.E

For the first summer half-term, Year 4 PE is on Mondays and Wednesdays for both classes. Both classes have P.E on a Wednesday as they have for the whole school year so far. Children will also have P.E on a Monday for this half-term.

 

 

We are very much looking forward to an exciting Summer term in year 4.  Please keep checking our class page for updates and our twitter account for regular updates on our learning journey through year 4. http://twitter.com/BHPSMansfield

Class 11 have enjoyed making a fruit, yoghurt and museli snack and learning about keeping the intestines healthy

Class 10 created a healthy snack with fruit, yoghurt and muesli. We also learnt more about the digestive system!

Class 11 created the digestive system using a ziploc bag and tights - it was a lot of fun but also really disgusting!

Class 10 created the digestive system using a ziploc bag and tights - it was a lot of fun but also really disgusting!

Class 11 learning about the importance of nutrition and a healthy diet. We also made our own couscous salad.

Class 10 learning about the importance of nutrition and a healthy diet. We also made our own couscous salad.

Summer Term

Discover Project

 

In our history orientated discover project we have asked the children the big question 'How do communities evolve?' and will support and encourage them to discover the answers by identifying the changes that took place in Britain from the Stone Age to the Iron Age including the hunter-gatherer lifestyle, early farmers and early construction including Skara Brae, Stonehenge and hill forts.

 

The House at the edge of magic

In literacy, we are reading 'The House at the edge of magic' by Amy Sparkes. It's an incredibly exciting book full of wonder, magic and action. 

"Sometimes you are a whisper away from magic without even realizing it."

'How do communities evolve?' project placemat

Spring Term

Create Project

 

Over the Spring term we will be focusing on our create project with the big question, 'How can we make meaning from sound?'

We will consider the similarities and differences between sound and music and investigating how sound is created and how it travels as well as exploring instruments and sounds from around the world. The children will also have the opportunity to create their own instruments and make their own compositions.
 

Project Placemat

Class 10 musical instruments

Year 4 vist from architect Laura Alvarez 03.02.22

World Book Day - Class 10

Class 11 Rainforest reports - check out how fantastic they are!

Class 10 Rainforest reports - check out how fantastic they are!

Class 10 drumming workshop

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Class 10 drumming workshop

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Autumn Term

Explore Project

 

During our geography inspired explore project in the autumn term, the journey made by Phileas Fogg around the world will be used as a stimulus in the children's pursuit to answer the big question ‘Where is the best place on Earth?’

 

The children will use compass points, grid references and lines of longitude and latitude, to deliberate the location of countries in Europe, and the wider world. They will also research the geographical differences between these countries, including climate, environmental regions and natural disasters (specifically volcanoes and earthquakes) sharing their findings in a creative presentation. 

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