Year 4 have continued to work extremely hard over the last couple of weeks.
I am so impressed with the standard of work that I received from Charlie. It is evident, from looking through the pictures of his work, that he has been trying hist best and, as a result of this, has produced excellent work.
In R.E., Charlie wrote a thoughtful prayer to Mary asking her to look after his friends and family during this difficult time. He decorated it beautifully with a set of rosary beads and flowers. Then, Charlie shared his prayer with members of his family.
Also, Charlie decided to learn more about our class saint, Padre Pio. He presented the information that he found clearly.
Charlie drew an image to illustrate one of Jesus’s sayings, ‘I am the Door.’ From looking at the image he has drawn, it is clear that Charlie understands what Jesus means by this.
In English, Charlie wrote a Kennings poem about one member of staff at school. I think that he has described this staff member perfectly and his poem made me smile when I read it.
Also, Charlie wrote a ‘Lockdown’ acrostic poem. Within his poem, he has told us some of the activities that he has enjoyed during this period of time. I particularly like how he has written each line in a different colour. It made me think of a rainbow which has become a well-known symbol of this time.
In Science, Charlie created a factfile about an endangered species. He decided to find out about pandas. I agree with him that we must all try to use less paper in order to help protect this species.
Charlie created a great piece of art work which he is proud of.
In every piece of work of Charlie’s that I have seen, he has used beautifully neat handwriting. Look at how well he has written the poem ‘The Crocodile’ in pen. Well done, Charlie! I am very pleased with your efforts!
Ffion has been busy creating a collage of some of the things that she has been doing during lockdown. I like how she has used a mixture of black and white and colour photographs. This piece of art work will be something that Ffion can keep and look back on.
Like Charlie, Eva has been finding out about an endangered species but she chose to research elephants. I think the elephant that Eva has drawn is superb and she has given us a few ways in which we can help to save elephants. Good girl, Eva!
Olivier has been trying hard to use his neatest handwriting. In maths, he has been practising his recall of multiplication and division facts of the 12 times tables. In RE, he studied the roles and responsibilities of a priest and, in English, he has accurately answered comprehension questions. Well done, Olivier!
Alicja always works incredibly hard and she produced some great work this week.
Oliver has been working hard. He has answered reading comprehension questions well and he has demonstrated that he knows and understanding the difference between ‘its’ and ‘it’s’. In R.E., Oliver drew a lovely picture of Father Paul before listing some of the things that he is responsible for. He has practised playing the guitar with his brother, Frank, and he has been exercising with him and his sister, Julia. Good boy, Oliver!