Year 4

Welcome to Year 4. Your class teacher is Mr Williams. Mrs Haylock teaches on a Friday morning.

SPORTS DAY 2017 – PENTATHLON CHALLENGE

Our competitive Sports Day went ahead on Wednesday. A huge thanks to all the parents and helpers; we had a fantastic response this year which really helped the event to run smoothly.  Special thanks to our students, from Marple College, and to Mr & Mrs Allen for organising the help. Our, Olympic inspired, Pentathlon Challenge is now in its fifth year and it continues
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Colourful Calendars

In year 4 we have been making calendars with complicated steps. The children have made them with a needle and two colours of thread that they  have selected. All the children have been helping one another if some people find it a bit tricky. The calendars have been going very well and no injuries with needles have   happened. Lots of people have given positive
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On Your Marks, Get Set, Go!

Year 4 have been putting their knowledge of electrical circuits into action and made some Wacky Racers.


Hazel Grove Coaching Project

This term, we have been taking part in the Hazel Grove Coaching Project which explores what it means to be a 9 year old in Hazel Grove today.  We have had two link-up days with Brookside school where the children had the opportunity to discuss their interests, dreams for the future, worries and what it would be like if they ruled Britain.  The final
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Travelling by Tuba

High Lane Primary School children enjoyed a real treat on Wednesday afternoon when we were visited by Travelling by Tuba. The duo performed a fantastic ‘Best of British’ concert for the children and it was a roaring success. The concert was informative, educational, interactive and extremely enjoyable! Thank you so much to everybody who contributed to this exciting event. Without your support, we would
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Sport Relief Relay Challenge

The classes were pitted against each other in our Sport Relief Relay Challenge.  The object was to transport 5 relay batons the longest distance within a set time.  Here are the final results of the head to head battles;- Reception: 6440m Year 1: 11,165m Vs Year 2:14,993m Year 3: 19,140m Vs Year 4: 31,262m Year 5: 23,606m Vs Year 6: 25,839m Congratulations to the
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Messy Science – Volcanoes

Year 3 and 4 had great fun during Messy Science week making vinegar volcanoes and a liquid that you could roll into a ball.  How is that possible?  Have a look at our photos and videos to see what happened.


Spring Term Curriculum Map

Year 4 – Royalty & Religion Year 4 – Sound


Britain’s Tim Peake Begins his spacewalk!

Today we all met in the hall to watch Major Peake step into space as part of a six-and-a-half-hour mission to repair a broken power unit on the International Space Station. We all sat in amazement as we watch him check his space suit and the equipment on the outside of the Space Station.  We even got a glimpse of the Earth! http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/live/science-environment-35303186  


¡Feliz Año Nuevo!

Happy New Year to you all.  This term, our topics will have a science focus with lots of practical activities and investigations to carry out.  We will start by looking at sound and the children will have the opportunity to make their own instruments.