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What a week! Year 4 have been challenged throughout.

This week Year 4 have been very busy with different challenges. We have completed three reading challenges and a maths challenge too. I think we are already for bed!

In maths this week, we have been focusing on the bus stop method in division. It's been challenging but we almost cracked it. We have completed our multiplication and division challenge for the term also.

In English this week, we have been creating our own explanations about volcanoes, it's been a blast! Did you know, there was once a volcanic eruption so powerful that it destroyed an entire island? The island no longer exists!

During the afternoons, we have been very busy indeed. We have managed to complete our willow pattern plates finally and I must say they look simply amazing hung up on the walls. Did you know that there is actually a whole story behind the creation of the willow pattern?

In geography this week, we have looked been discovering volcanoes. Did you know that volcanoes are actually the Earth's vents, which allows for gas, hot magma and ash to escape? Also, many people live near a volcano because the soil holds many nutrients, which then helps crops to grow?

In R.E, we have been looking at how different cultures pray, what the meaning of some of the words are and even managed to write our own prayers.

A huge well done to those who have been very busy at home and have completed some of the voluntary homework tasks. The volcanoes are amazing! Keep them coming in.

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