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++++Year 4 Science Museum - Monday 18th June++++Sports Day Year's 1, 2 & 3 Kennington Park - Tuesday 19th June++++Year 6 National Gallery - Tuesday 19th June++++Year 2 Tower of London - Wednesday 20th June++++Year 6 Swimming - Wednesday 20th June++++Sports Day Years 4, 5 & 6 Kennington Park - Thursday 21st June++++INSET Day - School Closed - Friday 22nd June++++

Year 4

As part of our Learning Journey we have been looking at the Geographical features of Africa as well as the customs in some of its countries. We have explored the popular mask making tradition and made our own based on the ideas of 'symmetry, bold colours and meaning'.

 

Miss Taylor

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Here are some images from our recent "Eggsperiment" in which we tested the effect of different liquids on eggshells. The aims were to find out which liquids were most harmful to the eggs. We know that eggshell is made from similar material to teeth (mainly calcium) so the eggs represented our teeth. Have a look at the results. Are you surprised by any? I don't think I'll be drinking orange juice anymore - YUCK! Mr Webber and year 4

Here are some images from our recent "Eggsperiment" in which we tested the effect of different liquids on eggshells. The aims were to find out which liquids were most harmful to the eggs. We know that eggshell is made from similar material to teeth (mainly calcium) so the eggs represented our teeth. Have a look at the results. Are you surprised by any? I don't think I'll be drinking orange juice anymore - YUCK!  Mr Webber and year 4 1
Here are some images from our recent "Eggsperiment" in which we tested the effect of different liquids on eggshells. The aims were to find out which liquids were most harmful to the eggs. We know that eggshell is made from similar material to teeth (mainly calcium) so the eggs represented our teeth. Have a look at the results. Are you surprised by any? I don't think I'll be drinking orange juice anymore - YUCK!  Mr Webber and year 4 2
Here are some images from our recent "Eggsperiment" in which we tested the effect of different liquids on eggshells. The aims were to find out which liquids were most harmful to the eggs. We know that eggshell is made from similar material to teeth (mainly calcium) so the eggs represented our teeth. Have a look at the results. Are you surprised by any? I don't think I'll be drinking orange juice anymore - YUCK!  Mr Webber and year 4 3
Here are some images from our recent "Eggsperiment" in which we tested the effect of different liquids on eggshells. The aims were to find out which liquids were most harmful to the eggs. We know that eggshell is made from similar material to teeth (mainly calcium) so the eggs represented our teeth. Have a look at the results. Are you surprised by any? I don't think I'll be drinking orange juice anymore - YUCK!  Mr Webber and year 4 4
Here are some images from our recent "Eggsperiment" in which we tested the effect of different liquids on eggshells. The aims were to find out which liquids were most harmful to the eggs. We know that eggshell is made from similar material to teeth (mainly calcium) so the eggs represented our teeth. Have a look at the results. Are you surprised by any? I don't think I'll be drinking orange juice anymore - YUCK!  Mr Webber and year 4 5
Here are some images from our recent "Eggsperiment" in which we tested the effect of different liquids on eggshells. The aims were to find out which liquids were most harmful to the eggs. We know that eggshell is made from similar material to teeth (mainly calcium) so the eggs represented our teeth. Have a look at the results. Are you surprised by any? I don't think I'll be drinking orange juice anymore - YUCK!  Mr Webber and year 4 6

Hello at last! Thank you for your patience. Here are a few photos from our British Museum trip before half-term. It was a really successful day and the children enjoyed themselves (as did the adults). Special thanks to those parents that lent a hand.

Hello at last! Thank you for your patience. Here are a few photos from our British Museum trip before half-term. It was a really successful day and the children enjoyed themselves (as did the adults). Special thanks to those parents that lent a hand. 1
Hello at last! Thank you for your patience. Here are a few photos from our British Museum trip before half-term. It was a really successful day and the children enjoyed themselves (as did the adults). Special thanks to those parents that lent a hand. 2
Hello at last! Thank you for your patience. Here are a few photos from our British Museum trip before half-term. It was a really successful day and the children enjoyed themselves (as did the adults). Special thanks to those parents that lent a hand. 3
Hello at last! Thank you for your patience. Here are a few photos from our British Museum trip before half-term. It was a really successful day and the children enjoyed themselves (as did the adults). Special thanks to those parents that lent a hand. 4

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