Welcome to our Class 4 page!
Yesterday we braved the adverse weather to attend the Big Bang @ Northants. The Big Bang Near Me is a UK-wide programme led by Engineering UK to bring science and engineering to life for young people.
We had a fantastic time. We had the opportunity to visit a number of exhibits – many of which were hands-on. Between us, we tried out hands at leathercraft, programming, robotics and photography among other things.
We then participated in a workshop; the ‘Mousetrap Balloon Show’. This was an interactive science workshop exploring simple machines, including levers, screws and pulleys. The workshop linked really well with our current science focus on forces. We learned about how gravity and friction have an effect on how machines work. It was also fun as the workshop used balloons and lots of audience participation to demonstrate how the machines worked – we also enjoyed the fact that (unlike school!) we were encouraged to call out. We all had a great time and many of us have been inspired to consider STEM careers. ‘The balloon show was really fun and entertaining, I learnt that anything can be a lever' said Bella. While Finley added, ‘I found out that big machines are made up of lots of little machines.’
We had a fantastic time at Young Voices last Friday where we joined hundreds of school choirs from across the country at the Genting Arena in Birmingham.
We all loved singing and dancing in front of such a large audience and our behaviour was a credit to Yardley. ‘It was very enjoyable and I would definitely want to do it again!’ enthused Riley. While Alice said, ‘It was really noisy but still a night to remember!’
Class 4 Updates
- The Big Bang!
- Young Voices - Our Big Day!
- Young Voices
- Art Exhibition and Lantern Making
- Teacher of the Week
- We Love Drama!
- London Adventure!
- Move Up Morning
- Words of Wisdom
- Running Wild
- We Visit Nissan and Magistrates Visit Us!
- Class 4 Curriculum Overview and Weekly Tasks