On Wednesday, we designed and made Spanish castanets!
On Monday, children took part in our Inter House Competition.
Children were split into groups of 20 to complete the rotation of 3 activities including throwing against a target on the wall, jumping around the compass, and using a 7 meter sprint course.
To summarise our Geography Topic learning we watched some clips from the TV show 'A Place in the Sun Home or Away' where a lady from Ashburton was trying to decide if she wanted to live in Bishopsteignton or in Spain.
This week we made Spanish Paella!
On Wednesday, we had a day learning and developing cooking skills to make a Spanish dish!
Today, Discoverers found out about Spanish culture (Voyagers will do this next week)!
As part of anti-bullying week, we have been talking about our rights and how it is so important to speak out about any of our worries.
Children are really enjoying learning French vocabulary using visual and audio resources!
We have started our Topic by locating some of the countries in Europe using atlases and maps.
We have been using the 'Stone Age Boy' as inspiration for our narrative writing this half term.
We have loved sharing homework in Year 3/4 this half term!
Today, Kip Pratt and Elfyn Jones put on a fantastic Music Concert for us!
Today, we were learning about Stonehenge.
We created our own Stonehenge models using... biscuits!!!
In our Literacy lesson today, we acted out a scene from the 'Stone Age Boy' which we are using to inspire our story writing.
This week in Science, we constructed circuits using a range of components such as light bulbs, buzzers and switches.
In the afternoon of our Topic Day, we explored how cave art was created and thought about why these painting are an important source of evidence of prehistoric times.
On Wednesday, we had a Topic day which the children loved!
Year 3/4 have had a fantastic start to learning the skills needed to play tennis in their PE sessions!
All Year 3/4 have had a fantastic first week back and have settled in to new routines brilliantly!