Lowarn blog: Friday 11th Novmeber

This week, we have taken part in a fitness session in PE. Although it was tiring, we all managed to complete the activities. We have learned about Remembrance day and the reasons behind the poppy appeal.

Mr Bradber falling off his chair was the funniest part of the week and everybody was laughing HAHA!

by Jasmine and Amy.

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Dear Parents/ Carers,

After some fantastic pieces of homework being brought to school in the first half of the term, here is the next bank of activities to choose from. Some activities earn more points as these may take longer to complete. The aim is to score 100 points at least by the end of term (please note that it is not expected that every activity will be completed.) As before, please bring completed work (or evidence of completed work, e.g. a signature/note in the child’s diary) to school where your child’s points will be recorded.
Many thanks, and happy homeworking!
The Year 4 team.autumn-2-hw

Autumn term: Homework

Homework activities for Autumn 1
Homework activities for Autumn 1

Welcome to our exciting new format for homework. Below are a range of activities your child can complete to earn points over this half term. Some activities earn more points as these may take longer to complete. The aim is to score 100 points at least by the October half term (please note that it is not expected that every activity will be completed.) Please bring completed work (or evidence of completed work, e.g. a signature/note in the child’s diary) to school where your child’s points will be recorded.

Many thanks, and happy homeworking!

The Year 4 team.

 

We had lots of fun in Art making dragons out of clay this week.
Anna-Marie, a famous writer, came to year 4 and made us write poems.
In PE, we explored the apparatus and used a range of balances. Ben climbed all the way to the ceiling.

By Alfie and Chess

Lowarn’s trip to Wheal Martyn 29.01.16

This week we had a fantastic trip to Wheal Martyn as part of a project run by Story Republic. Our day included learning all about the process of making China Clay. We also took part in a range of writing activities with writer Anna Marie Murphy. The landscapes inspired to write creative kennings about the local area. We are looking forward to Anna Marie coming to visit us at school to build on our exciting work so far. wheel martyn