It's Forensics Day at Edwalton.
As part of our Maths Enterprise Project, Year 4 made Eco-slime to sell at the Christmas Fayre.
This are pictures from Robin Hood week. The children had different roles to play. Depending on their role they had to either collect firewood and water whilst protecting their home; rob from the rich and give to the poor or find out who Robin Hood and his merry men were.
These photos are from a Maths lesson. We wanted to investigate how far a kilometre is. We counted the number of steps of approximately 1/2 metre it took to walk all the way round the football pitch or field. Then we did the Maths to work out how many times round we would need to go round before we had walked a kilometre.
These are photos from an invertebrate hunt in the woods we did as part of our Science topic of animals including humans.
This was an RE lesson about parables. The children wrote and acted out their own short parable based on a moral lesson they had either been given or come up with themselves.
Year 4 enjoyed the sunshine whilst making Roman numerals out of twigs.
Rowan had a fantastic art lesson exploring colour spectrums through natural materials, working with Autumn leaves and watercolours.
A very enjoyable afternoon teaching art to Rowan class. First pieces of work complete with a focus on portraiture linking to this term’s topic of Crime and Punishment. Here are some of my favourites. Mrs Kang