Eldon Primary School

Eldon Primary School

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Year 4

Welcome to Year 4

The Class Teacher is Mr McNulty.

Our Teaching Assistant is Miss Calvert.

Curriculum Map

Field trip to River Ribble

Anglo Saxon Workshop ... Romans invade Britain!

Our Best Learning Opportunities

‘In Our Hands’ inspired Year 4 to spread love and kindness by baking bread with their families!

No pens day - practising our mental arithmetic

Design Technology - Making Pizza’s!

Let’s Go Sing at St Georges Hall, Blackburn!

British Science Week

Trip to Lancaster Maritime Museum

Understanding Multiplication!

Art in the style of Georgia O’Keefe!

National Anti-Bullying Week!

Trip to Chester Zoo!

Super Learning Day ... Possibilities!

Our terrific writing!

Music in action!

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Learning about Sugar and Spice!

Our narrative writing is flying high!

Developing Team working, Stamina and Resilience!

As past of developing our team work, resilience, social and emotional skills, Year 4 are taking part in Commando Luke's team building activities!

We are Scientists! Learning about our Brilliant Brains!

Developing Teamwork and Resilience!

Quadblogging - Reading Live - Persuasive advertisements linked to our class novel "Malamander'

We are Climate Activists!

Potato Growing Science Investigation

Computing - We are Musicians!

In Year 4 we have a very broad and balanced curriculum.  Children in Year 4 enjoy learning in a variety of ways, including the use of technology in all subjects.  We enjoy working together in pairs and can also work independently too.  Learning is planned to incorporate STEAM (science, technology, engineering, art and maths) which encourages children to be curious and critical thinkers.  Our Year 4 class strive to be the best and work extremely hard in all curriculum areas. But, we also like to have fun and be creative!

We have had a blast in science this half term as we investigated states of matter.  Lots of experiments took place to help our learning.



In English, we spent a lot of time in the 4D room listening to stories and then reading our own work out infront of our peers.



To launch The Burrow, one of our highlights was meeting the wizard and the dragons as part of St. George's Day!

In Year 4, our topic was The Great Plague.  As this linked with the pandemic and viruses, we made our own posy bags.  People thought that a bag full of herbs would help keep the plague away.  We wore ours around school because they smelled nice!  We have also been doing LOTS of science in our class about sound.  We made our own string telephones and investigated the length of string, type of string and size of cup to see which was the most effective.   By the end of the term, it was nearly Christmas.  Our STEAM Ambassadors delivered equipment to classes to take part in cool STEAM tasks as part of our 'STEM INTO CHRISTMAS' week. 



tes winner 2018