Class 4 Blog

Science Week | Class 4 | Air Pollution

Class 4 have been investigating how air pollution can be dangerous, especially near busy roads. Air pollution is made up of all the dangerous particles (bits) that shouldn’t be there. […]

Science Week | Year 5 | Kensuke’s Kingdom

Science Week in Year 5 Year 5 have been looking at the science in our class book Kensuke’s Kingdom. We were investigating how we could extract pure water from dirty […]

Changing State | The Water Cycle

As part of our science topic, States of Matter, we have created our own miniature version of the water cycle. Here are some of the children in Class 4 with […]

Class 4 Science | Changing State

After discussing the half-term homework about changes of state, we learnt about how particles are arranged in solids, liquids and gases. We used the hall space to demonstrate the arrangement […]

Year 5 | Rishworth Experience

We were invited to Rishworth School to take part in a science lesson using their fantastic resources. Here are few of the comments about the morning: ”Science is amazing!” ”I […]

Class 4 | British Values | Royalty and Democracy

With the latest royal wedding around the corner, we have been thinking about why the Royal Family attract so much interest in this country. We talked about the role of […]

Class 4 | What is it like to follow God?

We were all excited to start our new R.E. topic today. We started by thinking of questions which would provoke people to think more deeply about common stories from the […]

Class 4 | Spreadsheets and Graphs

Recently, in Class 4 we have been learning about spreadsheets. We calculated missing data on a hockey league table by using the formula option.   Here is an example of […]

Year 5 Homework

Year 5 Homework   Next week in science week at St John’s.   For homework this week, I would like you to think about and then research an area of […]

Class 4 | Model Anderson Shelters

Today we have made a start on our replica Anderson Shelters. Most of the children have chosen to incorporate a ‘grow your own’ veg patch after our work on the […]