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St Stephen's C of E Junior School

'Learning to change the World' 'Act justly, love mercy and walk humbly with your God' - Micah 6:8
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4CJ

Welcome to our class web page where you can find out about our amazing learning journey. You will find

information about our activities, examples of our work and comments from us! Please visit often to see our learning journey develop.

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We have our own 4CJ email! If you would like to contact us, please do so with the secure form below- we will be checking it regularly. We welcome your comments and suggestions.

Key Information:

4CJ have indoor PE on a Monday and outdoor PE on a Wednesday.

4CJ'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: 4s

 

Times Table Class Champs!

Article 29: You have the right to education which tries to develop your personality and abilities as much as possible. 

 

Well done to our times table champions for week 2! Congratulations Daniel for winning against 4HN and 4BD! We are very proud of you!

 

Term 1 

Enquiry Overview: How Can One Person Make A Difference? - Sustainable Development Goal 13 - Climate Action

This term, Year 4 are going to delving into Sustainable Development Goal 13- Climate Action with a focus on how one person can make a difference. Alongside this, we will be doing work based on the book 'Floodlands' by Marcus Sedgwick which is based on a young girl called Zoe who is trapped in Norwich as most of England is under water. Please check our page for updates on our fabulous learning!

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.

Alfie's solo musical performance

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Chloe, Eniola and Amadou's musical performance

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Rowan, Archie, Blake and Lauren's musical performance

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RE - What is a place of worship? - Article 28 You have the right to education

This week, we went to church. We absolutely love going to church and learning about Christians and their religion. For this trip, we had to ask lots of questions about the features of the church. We were taken around by Peter who spoke about the font, the altar, the pews, the pulpit, the organ and the stained glass windows. Did you know the stained glass windows tell a story? It was so interesting to see the pictures and the beautiful art that was on them. We were also told that churches were built in the shape of the cross to represent Jesus but this particular church wasn't. St. Stephen's Church was built 110 years ago. Did you know the pews came from a church in London and they survived World War II bombings? 

Echo Reading - Article 28 - The Right to an education

In week 3, we learned a new skill called Echo Reading. In order to echo read, Miss CJ read a sentence at a time of our text. We had to listen very carefully to the way she used her voice. We then had to echo the way Miss CJ read the sentence. This way, we were able to recognise the use of punctuation and voice. After, we worked with our learning partners and took it in turns to echo read. We then came to the front of the class to show everyone. 

Maisy and Cole

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Sophie and Esme

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Hans, Isabelle and Bradley

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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! 

Sporting Chance- Article 31 the right to play and relax

Today we had a great first day with Sporting Chance! We learnt how to run quickly at and we can't wait to continue working on our techniques. 

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