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Welcome to Monet!

A fantastic piece of writing by Momina. A brilliant diary entry, well done!

Monet have been working hard to learn their new Tier 1 vocabulary.

Whilst learning from home, we have still been using resources in our Maths lessons to help us with our learning! Here we have been practicing mathematical arrays, using objects we can find around our home.

We have also been looking at multiples of 10.

Our PBL theme for Spring 2 is 'Hollywood to Bollywood'. We have looked at the types of entertainment that appeal to us and it is great to see such diversity within the class!

In RE, we have been learning about Buddhism.

Whilst learning from home, we have continued to read stories! We really enjoyed reading 'The Selfish Crocodile'.

Year 4: In school provision, story mapping the model text.
Year 4 are enjoying their learning about knighthoods. They were asked to make shields that represent their qualities. Some children have a great concept of what being a knight actually means. I thought I'd share these with you all.
Great work on looking at how much weight is needed to sink a boat. The children then changed their designs to see if it could carry more weight.
The children are enjoying deepening their understanding of the Buddist teachings, building on their prior knowledge from the Autumn term. Some fantastic Poems Year 4!
This shows how we are communicating our feelings and opinions under very different circumstances. Here is evidence of our daily P4C tasks. 
Year 4 Fashion Show
This half term in PBL Year 4 are looking at clothes and how fashion can express someone's identity and individuality. For our launch we asked the children to bring in clothes that express their own identity and show it off to the rest of year 4. Take a look at some of the wonderful fashion the children in Monet class decided to wear to express their identity.

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