We will, as our pupils are growing and learning with us, care for, support and safeguard them whilst striving to encourage them to be responsible citizens and do the same for each other and their wider community.
We will strive to ignite our pupils’ desire and enthusiasm to learn without limits.
We will aim to encourage our pupils and school community to develop academically and socially which will develop their desire to explore the wider world, skilled and equipped to find out even more.
We will foster belief through believing in yourself, taking on challenges and digging deep within yourself to conquer fears.
Click on the link below to see your child's year group folder
Every day David Walliams will be reading one of his stories to you. Please click on the picture below to listen.
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Here is a link to some online safety resources for you to use whilst at home. There are simple 15 minute activities for different ages, which will be refreshed every fortnight.
There are lots of fun and interesting things you can do on the internet. And it can be a great way to stay in touch with friends. But it’s important to understand how to stay safe online.
Sometimes people will try to trick you into clicking dangerous links or sharing things about yourself. Or something you’ve shared might be used to bully or frighten you.
For more information and advice on how to keep yourself safe online visit the Childline website;
Check this section for any updates and videos from Team 4
Click the link above to see Madame Murphy reading a French story called Chapeau. Can you find out what some of the French words from the story mean?
Click the link above to see Lyla (Mrs Pilkington's niece) demonstrate different exercises to improve your running speed. Repeat these exercises 3, 5 or 7 times each day:
6 x tuck jumps
6 x side-to-side jumps
6 x high knees
Click the link above to hear the poem Rainbow Chasers read by Mrs Pilkington. Have a go at writing your own poem based on the theme of rainbows. You could illustrate your poem and display it in your window for everyone to see.
Click the link above to see Mrs Pilkington's 'Bouncing Challenge'. Can you bounce a ball in front of you with one hand and lift your leg over it without losing your bouncing rhythm? How many can you do in one go?
Is it easier with your left leg or right leg?
Click the link above to hear a story with Mrs Pilkington. Perhaps it will inspire you to write your own Spring-themed story.
Fancy a travel challenge?
Try Daniel's transport-related activities to give you some fun. Complete the wordsearch, answer the maths questions and colour in the bus. Click on this link to download the powerpoint.
Here are some examples of Year 4 pupils' work completed while at home:
Isabelle has undertaken research on plastics recycling, and created an ace presentation - click here to download.
Check out Daniel (and Maisie's) Lego city slideshow. Click on the external link below:
Ronnie's briliant self-portrait.
Sophie's yummy banoffee pie.
Felix's digital and analogue time pairs game.
Aiden's lovely rainbow-themed poem.
Lacey's Fabulous Roman Shield.
Aiden's brilliant model of a Roman shield.
Peyton's fabulous self-portrait.
Libby's research on monkeys.
Gabriel's vibrant, expressive piece of art.
Nancy's brilliant poem.
Elsie's Roman fort using Lego
Aiden's Barcelona player...good but a little Messi...!
Hatim's egg people
Peyton's family portraits
Isabelle and Sophia's driveway rainbows
Alex's cat (Domino) learns to play....dominoes!
Lucas' moving poem about the reason we are all away from school
Science of Sport Week
During Science of Sport Week Year 4 took part in lots of different sport and science activities. We auditioned for the whole school dance off and took part in heart rate-rising challenges set by Parkroyal’s Sport Crew. We were also set a challenge to investigate which material was the most effective at keeping the ice cubes in an athlete’s drinks solid for the longest. The materials we tested were cling film, kitchen roll, card, cotton wool, tin foil and paper. Different groups found that different materials kept the ice cube solid for the longest - we should maybe repeat our investigation in order to validate our results further!
This week we created and erupted our own volcanoes. Each group started with a plastic bottle and some masking tape. We then created the conical shape using scrunched up balls of newspaper. We used the papier-mache technique to create the textured surface, then painted them. We added bicarbonate of soda to white vinegar, which creates a chemical reaction for the all important eruption!
Our Trip to Macclesfield Library
We all enjoyed our trip to Macclesfield library. We found out about all the amazing books on offer to us and how they are organised throughout the library. We all chose a book which sparked our interest and took it home to read. We had to keep them nice and safe under our coats to avoid the rain on our walk back to school!
Multi-skills Afternoon at Macclesfield Academy
Year 4 had a great afternoon taking part in a multi-skills afternoon led by the staff and pupils at Macclesfield Academy. We had the opportunity to practise lots of different skills such as throwing, catching, jumping, kicking, speed and agility. Some of the challenges were quite tricky and required super teamwork.