For our class display, we created mini posters to show the different beatitudes. The beatitudes are a series of blessings that can be found in Matthew’s Gospel. Some of us created a mind map of all the different blessings that we have in our life.
For our class display, Daniel class using a range of mediums, to create our interpretation of Jesus teaching the Beatitudes during the Sermon on the Mount. It was important that we worked together to piece this representation of Jesus to symbolise that He is everybody’s God and this is why we start the Lord’s Prayer with ‘Our Father’.
During art this week, we looked at adding tone, texture and detail to enrich a piece of work. We used water colours skin tone pencils mix and experiment in matching skin tones to our black and white photos. This involved us observing our face carefully, selecting the correct colours to match our skin tone and blend different colours to make a new shade.
In today’s lesson, year four used the enquiry skill of identifying and classifying to sort appliances into mains and battery powered. To start, the children predicted whether they thought different appliances were mains or battery powered. They used the working scientifically skills of close observation and gather and recording to do so.
Here are the varied outcomes of recording their results:
The children then used scientific language to explain where mains and battery power comes from:
After that the children presented their findings via a poster. Here are the varied outcomes:
This half term we are learning a new story in Literacy to called The Story of Gelert. To help memorise the plot of the story, the class was split up into groups and given the task of creating a 3,4,3,4 poem which told the story. Each group then performed their poem to the class andthey were evaluated on what went well and given a next step.