Pudsey Primrose Hill Primary School


Y4R have been learning about Animals Including Humans as part of our Science topic. Yesterday, we looked at food chains and at how different living things can be either primary, secondary or tertiary consumers.

Y4R are gong to be exploring the poem Twas' the Night Before Christmas by Clement Clarke Moore next week. Today, we looked at some of the vocabulary of the poem and matched it to the correct definition. We showed amazing teamwork.

Mr Richardson even managed to sneakily capture some of our hard workers!

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Y4R have been working very hard writing a detailed and informative plan that will help our writing. Good job gang!

Christmas is coming and Y4R are busy bees making some festive art.

BREAKING NEWS!!!! The Battle in Britain comes to an end! Read these fantastic reports about the event.

We had a lot of fun looking at different aspects of science during Science Week! Here's just a few examples of us designing our own logos and a healthy food plate.

To finish off our great week Y4R made some amazing Roman shields. Don't mess with this lot!

Extra! Extra! Read all about it! Y4R are fantastic poster makers! Just look at these amazing posters which explain some of the features of newspaper reports.

We have been looking at dividing and multiplying by 10 and 100 this week. Look at some of this super work we produced when explaining how to divide by 10! - WB 16.11.20

In Maths this week we have been looking at measuring the perimeter of rectilinear shapes. Check it out. - WB 9.11.20

This week in Literacy Y4R have been looking at diary entries and exploring what an average day would be like for the Roman soldier Servious Felix - WB 9.11.20

We have been looking at balances and stretches in Y4R so far this term. Check out our progress.

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Here is another example of a fantastic sequence!

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We loved our Now Press Play experience. We explored what it would be like trying to survive during the Stone Age.

Y4R's fantastic maths!