On Thursday the 17th January we went to Didcot Sewage Plant. The main message we learnt was to put only the four Ps down the toilet: puke, poo, pee and (toilet) paper. Putting anything else down there might cause a blockage. Cooking fat and nappies are a particular problem. We carried out an experiment which […]Read More Poo, paper, puke and pee!
S.T.E.M stands for Science, Technology , Engineering and Mathematics. Before the Christmas holidays we did a few Christmas S.T.E.M activities in our classroom . Mrs Rose had been decorating her Christmas tree at home and discovered two sets of broken lights. Using our knowledge of electricity we had learned earlier on in the term, we […]Read More S.T.E.M
What fun we had! It was absolute chaos! Some great team work. Some dens had different rooms. One had shoe storage and a glitter ball. Well done Maple class.Read More Totaliser Time – den building !
We are lucky enough to be having some PE time with Mr Chadwick this term. We had a very muddy but great first session last Thursday morning.Read More Football with Mr Chadwick
Look at how much fun we had together on Greek day, last Friday. After assembly, we made Greek jewellery serpent cuffs from recycled toilet rolls. Whilst that was happening team Zeus went out to make their tzatziki. Tzatziki is made from cucumber, mint, Greek yogurt and lemon juice. After break we decorated our Greek pots […]Read More Greek Day – Friday 12th October
On Tuesday 2nd October both year 4 classes visited the Wantage Parish Church. We visited the church because we are learning about different places of worship. We discovered lots of interesting things about the church. The church was built in the middle ages and there was still paint work that remained from that time.Read More Our visit to Wantage Church
We made clay pots today in the style of the pots made in Ancient Greece. We had to make a pinch pot first and smooth over any cracks that formed. We then made a lip and a base, before attaching the handles using the scoring technique. We will wait for them to dry out before painting and varnishing them […]Read More We’ve gone potty!