Y4 entered the Camden Science Challenge. This is an event that runs annually and is supported by Regent’s High, The Francis Crick Institute and The Wellcome Trust. Please look in the related documents to see the entries.
We were challenged to think of things that can be done to protect our planet, with the provocation that more needs to be done to prevent a climate emergency. The children completed the task as homework and collated their research on the jamboards shown.
We had the final presentation yesterday and Toby won a special mention for Hawley’s entries.
Parents can also look at the page on Regent’s High Website to see all the other entries.
Even more great news is that for every entry a tree will be planted to mark that child’s participation. We all know how important trees are, so well done Y4! 16.6.21
Our topic in Y4 over the summer term is ‘The Stone Age, The Iron Age and Who Are We?’ We are learning all about developments in technology over the ages and what impact this has on human life. We are also thinking about living things and their habitats in Science which has led to some interesting discussions about how to look after our environment and what is needed for survival. 27.5.21
History of the Page : A full day of fun: mosaics, laurel wreaths, medicine bags, charms, tile painting, soap carving and an interactive session with an actual Athenian. We had a lot of fun learning all about the legacy of the Ancient Greek period.
DT/Science : Y4 have been learning about electrical circuits. We have designed and made light up boxes which look really awesome in the dark. The circuit consists of a battery, switch and a light bulb.
Arts & Crafts Day – Making Calendars
Little Angel Puppet Theatre : We had a fantastic interactive session with a wanna-be astronaut whose role model was the American Astronaut Mae Jemison! She showed us the importance of creativity, hard work and following our dreams. We had lots of fun in this interactive session with the Little Angel Puppet Theatre.