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Year 4 are taking part in the World’s Largest Lesson which introduces the Sustainable Development Goals to children and young people everywhere and unites them in action. 17 Global Goals to achieve these 3 extraordinary things by 2030.
END EXTREME POVERTY.
FIGHT INEQUALITY AND INJUSTICE.
TACKLE CLIMATE CHANGE
Year 4 will watch an animation video about the 17 goals and will create a...
Last week the children looked at why sometimes things on the web are not true. E-mails can contain false or spam messages. Year 4 will be logging into their school email account this week. They will learn that a spam email or message can be misleading. They will also learn that some spam messages may be dangerous.
This term Year 4 will look at truths and untruths. This week we will look at myths and legends. The children should also be aware there are many different search engines and will learn to use a safe search engine to explore the legend of George and the Dragon.
After a fantastic year with every class, working hard and creating many happy memories the children will have an afternoon of freetime. Freetime is when the children are given the opportunity to extend their computer/iPad skills through the use of various computer programs, websites and apps. Freetime concentrates on fun activities but has the useful side-effect of improving pupils...
This week Year 4 will concentrate on Cyber Bullying. We will define 'Cyber Bullying', the children will give their definition of cyber bullying and record this to video. Year 4 will also watch a short video called 'Patty'. The end of the lesson the children will produce an acrostic of CYBER BULLYING.
More E-Safety for Year 4 this week. This week they will watch a video called Caught in the Web - a Newsround Special. The video tells the story of a girl called Lost Princess, who gets into danger after meeting someone in a chatroom. It also has lots of tips on how to be safe, and case studies of...
This week Year 4 will learn the E-Safety rules in the form of games. Online gaming makes the children sharper and mentally more active. The E-Safety games have various levels to be completed in limited times. This helps the kids in learning about time management. Mind and hand coordination. This is one of the main and important advantages that...
This week Year 4 continue their E-Safety learning with The Adventures of Kara, Winston and the SMART Crew. The Adventures of Kara, Winston and the SMART Crew is a specially designed 5 part animation. This film covers Childnet's 5 SMART rules which have been proven to be effective in helping younger children understand the importance of keeping safe online.
This week Year 4 begin their E-Safety learning. Part of Electronic Safety is learning to search the web safely. Skillful searches are essential for 21st century learning and information literacy. With an abundant of information online at the children's fingertips, it is important to teach and reinforce good searching.
For a little bit of downtime this week Year 4 will complete a “Polar Bear WebQuest”. The children will use the webquest to organise information gathered from the Internet by selecting and recording the data. This will also allow the children to begin to envelop an understanding of how to use the Internet by linking to a variety of...
This week Year 4 will be learning the difference between hardware and software. They must also know that different hardware has different software. For example the iPad has apps where as the laptop has programs. The children will name different software used on different hardware systems.
This weeks task for Year 4 is to create a profile for a fictional character in a book based on information located online. The children will decide the type of information required in a profile of a person. The person they will create a profile for is Miss Trunchbull from Matilda. Good luck Year 4.
Year 4 had a brilliant time learning about Anglo-Saxon Britain at Tatton Park. We were surprised on arrival by an Anglo-Saxon hunter then led to be trained up in every day Saxon skills to be sold off as slaves to the Vikings!! We learned how to grind wheat to make flour with limited ingredients, what materials we could use...