On 17th November, Year 4 participated in a Design and Technology 'clay in a day' workshop with Cobnuts- a mobile clay studio. Children were taught all about our native wildlife and the importance of creating natural habitats. This was particularly interesting because the children are currently studying 'Animals and their Habitats' in Science. The children learnt new clay skills and techniques, and created individual sculptures with small spaces for creatures to shelter within. Ultimately, in the summer term, the children will incorporate these clay sculptures into a specially designed cob wall at Flatford RSPB wildlife garden. Another school visit to look forward to!
How do mathematicians divide numbers?
Today in maths we learnt how to divide by 6. We investigated if 24 people could fit into 6 equal sized carriages. We used counters and cups to help us work out the answer.
Redwood Class Drama Day
Redwood class were lucky enough to have an amazing day of Drama, acting out the story of The Iron Man, by Ted Hughes. Everyone got involved and we discovered some astonishing acting talents and skills amongst the class.
In the photograph below we acted out how the Iron Man was rebuilt