Refugee P4C in Year 3

October 29, 2015

To kick start Refugee Week in Year 3, just this picture was shown to the class. This became an image of intrigue and wonder as the children generated question after question; attempting to understand what the picture meant and what the links were for the week ahead. We discussed and began our “I wonder…” questions: Where […]


Freeze Frame Frenzy!

October 29, 2015

The children in Year 3 really enjoyed the lastest Power of Reading book, “The Pebble in my Pocket”. So much so, we decided to make Freeze Frame Tablos of our favourite scene – or “historical age”, to put it more precisely. The children split up into groups and had 5 minutes to come up with […]


Class Assembly

October 10, 2015

Thank you to all the parents and carers that supported Year 4 at the first assembly of the year.  They worked so hard and were very proud of themselves.


Scientists at work

October 10, 2015

Year 4  are investigating the effects of different liquids on egg shells to replicate the damage food and drink does to our teeth. We cannot use real teeth for our experiment, so we have decided to use egg shells instead. During the careful planning of our experiment we decided that our variables would be the […]


Roman Bakers

October 7, 2015

Year 4 had a busy time today baking their Roman bread. The smell wafting down the corridors certainly made a few people hungry. A huge thank you to Kristina our parent helper and Ms Carn for their hard work.


Whats year 4 up to this week?

October 1, 2015

Swimming is on-going, so all our learning time has been spent on writing, reading and numeracy. This week in numeracy we have been improving on addition and subtraction skills, written methods and using inverses to check our calculations. In literacy we are currently writing instructions on how to escape a giant crocodile (which is currently living […]