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4BDhave indoor PE on a Monday and outdoor PE on a Wednesday.
4BD's entrance and exit point is the top gate at the top of the playground.
Words of the week: unremarkable, preparations, assured
Times table of the week: 6s
Times Table Class Champs!
Article 29: You have the right to education which tries to develop your personality and abilities as much as possible.
During week 3, Charlie S won the times tables championship against 4HN and 4CJ, well done!
This week we have been focusing on learning to read and write Roman numerals and how to convert Arabic numbers into Roman numerals. Here is a selection of work from Lyla,Sonny and Myleigh.
Being Musicians- Article 31- The right to participate in cultural and artistic activities
In week 6, we have been musicians. We have used our scientific knowledge of sound and developed our understanding of pitch, pulse and rhythm. We practiced creating a simple four pulse/beat composition as a class then we worked in small groups to perform our own 16 beat body percussion composition in a round.
WOW Day! Article 24 - We have the right to...a clean and safe environment.
To begin our enquiry we started with a WOW day. When we first came into the classroom, we noticed the door. It looked amazing! We had so many questions and couldn't wait to find out more. After discussing the door, we then started to look at protests and spoke about the reasons people protest. It was really interesting to see the different ways people protest such as peaceful protests in order to get their message across. We honed in on the word peaceful and discussed what this meant to us.
When we had finished break, we came in and looked at a range of protest photos and discussed what we liked about them. We then used some of the ideas we had seen and started to design our own protest posters to help save our planet. In the afternoon, we drew onto the cardboard and started to paint. We had so much fun and didn't want the day to end!