"Unlocking Potential, Providing Opportunities, Achieving Goals"
Year 3/4 Curriculum Newsletters
Please click the links below to read our current class newsletters:
Our class performing with ribbons during one of our weekly Tai Chi lessons with Paul.
Useful Websites For Children
Below are some links to useful, fun websites which focus on different areas of the National Curriculum. Any feedback that you have about these websites, or suggestions for other websites we could provide links to, is welcomed and appreciated.
Celebration Certificate Winners
Writing Award Winners
Here are some pictures from our Year 3/4 parent dinner.
Our topic display, created by the talented children in our class, is coming along nicely...
Here are some photographs from our recent series of gymnastic lessons, where we progressed from floor work, on to the small then large apparatus, focussing on movement and balances.
Here is a small selection of pictures from our lessons trying a new sport called 'Paceball'.
Here is a small selection of pictures from our brilliant Tai-Chi lessons with Paul.
Our Class Gallery
Maths Award Winners
Here is Anthony with his amazing 'Mr. Twit' beard he made at home for Roald Dahl day
As part of our 'States Of Matter' topic, I challenged our class to squeeze a plastic bottle that had nothing but air in. Some children said it would be easy...
Congratulations to Team 'Hogwarts', who were the winners of our Year 3/4 Benchball tournament during our invasion games-based P.E. lessons.
'Hogwarts' team members: Freya (Y3), Caylen (Y3), Holly (Y4), Jessica (Y4), Joshua (Y4)
As part of our 'How Did A Tree Become A Wood?' topic, our class created some art work using natural materials: leaves, branches and twigs that had fallen from trees on our school field.
Here are a few pictures of a problem solving morning we enjoyed along with the children from Year 5.
Welcome To Year 3 and Year 4
Eric, Jack and Ethan working on their possession skills during one of our P.E. lessons.
Our Topic This Term
Why Visit Snowdonia?'
Here are some pictures of our class participating in some 'outdoor learning', working on our times tables.
'No Pens Day'
As part of our annual 'No Pens Day', Year 3/4 participated in a variety of speaking and listening activities. One of the activities was to answer some thought-provoking questions.
Click on the names of children below to listen to their answers of the following questions:
English, Mathematics and Science
Here we are, learning about and using subordinate and main clauses.
In our Science lessons, we are learning about light. In this lesson, we made our own 'Whizzer Wheels' - a disc that replicates how we see the 7 colours of the 'visible light spectrum' as one beam of white light.
Here are the poems and art work we created for our Harvest celebration in school.
Year 3/4 Leaders and Monitors
School Council Members: Archie (Y3), Lilly (Y4)
Risk Assessors: Ethan (Y4), Holly (Y4)
Caretaker: Jake (Y4)
Eco-Leaders: Matilda (Y4), Faye (Y4)
Playground Monitors: Lucas (Y4), Jessica (Y4)
Business Managers: Mia (Y3), Archie (Y3), Freya (Y3), Taiden (Y3)
Computing Monitors: Anthony (Y4) Lucas (Y4) Josh (Y4), Humphrey (Y3), Freya (Y3), Jack (Y3), Sydney (Y4),
Book Monitors: Matilda (Y4), Imogen (Y3), Archie (Y3), Eric (Y4)
Classroom Tidy Team: Taiden (Y43), Maddison (Y3), Kamila (Y3), Riley (Y4)
Water Bottle Monitor: Sydney (Y4)
Magpie Monitor: Taiden (Y3)
Mindfulness 'Thought Of The Day' Monitor: Freya (Y3)
Dinner Band Monitor: Holly (Y4)
Take a look at some of the work we did using 2-D shapes.
Teacher: Mr Hill
Welcome to Mr. Hill's class home page.
On this page, you will find lots of information about what we are learning in class, as well as photos of your children's brilliant work, and hyperlinks to websites that link with the work we are doing in class.
This page will also include information about future tasks, including homework, so please do check for any updates.
If you are unsure about anything or have any questions or comments, please feel free to contact me and I will do my best to help.
Our school was lucky enough to have an indoor planetarium in our school for a morning. Our class had a workshop on light. We absolutely loved it!
BLACKWELL PRIMARY SCHOOL