Riley Class Learning Story

Riley Class trip to the Unicorn Theatre!

On Tuesday 27th June Year 4 went to the Unicorn Theatre to watch Double Double Act.  It was a play that was really funny with children and adult actors. The children actors made fun of some of the audience members using questions and embarrassing statements. The play...

Market Garden Sale

The Lansbury Lawrence Garden Club was invited to sell our fruits and vegetables to members of our Tower Hamlet Council. This is an annual event where schools all across Tower Hamlets come together and sell different things they've grown to the employees of the...

Year 4 Geometry immersion lesson

Year 4 began their new unit of work in Maths today - Geometry.  We used many different resources to classify quadrilaterals, identify and order angles, describe the properties of triangles, symmetry and solve puzzles.   We use Tangrams, Pentominoes, Geobaords,...

Torrential Rain at the Tower of London

Year 4 were thrilled to experience such blustery, torrid rainfall today as we embarked on a journey back in time.  We shivered, huddled together and braced ourselves against the relentless rain and wind that showered in all directions.  Suitably soaked, we huddled...

Djembe Drumming Year 4

Riley Class have enjoyed a fantastic morning learning all about Djembe drumming as part of our new theme on Ghana! We were thrilled to have a professional help us compose and perform a song with drums.  Check out our...

4A display a ‘hunger’ to learn about the digestive system!

This afternoon, 4A were busy learning about the digestive system and it’s components. Firstly, they looked at images of the digestive system and labelled each part. Then they set off to create their own 3D model of a human digestive system to really consolidate what they have learnt. They worked in groups to make different parts which came neatly together as one whole (just like the different parts of the digestive system! Pun intended!) they had a lovely time engaging in this interactive learning task and the outcome was very successful! Well done to 4A Riley!

4a create a spectacular display on their ‘Bonjour Paris’ topic

4a Riley channelled their creative talents when working on their ‘Bonjour Paris’ topic this afternoon. They researched Parisian landmarks and created a 3D map of the River Siene with famous landmarks dotted around it. They created a 3D steam train, an automaton (which is a human robot) and 3d cogs and mechanisms from their focus text ‘ Hugo Cabret’.
The children thoroughly enjoyed themselves and worked together as one effective team to get the display finished and up! Well done 4a Riley, we are proud of your efforts and achievements!

Fourth Plinth Prize Winner

Well done to Siddiqur, who was a winner in the Fourth Plinth Schools Awards run by the Mayor of London. Siddiqur created The Scary Scaly Slithering Basilisk to go on top of the Fourth Plinth in Trafalger Square, and his design was chosen as the Borough winner from...

Area and Perimeter Immersion Part 2

Year 4 discovered different ways to find area and perimeter of a variety of shapes, a floor plan for an apartment and explored using cuiesnaire rods, geoboards, rulers and metre sticks. We discovered the formula for area and found different ways to calculate the area...

Decimals in Year 4

In Year 4 we have used dienes and place value counters to order and compare decimal numbers.  We have explored numbers with two decimal places and worked with our partners to find as many different ways to show a number is greater than or less than. When we looked at...

Riley Class Victorian Assembly

Riley Class have been learning about the Victorians this half term.  We wowed a packed out audience of parents and year 4 children with our performance.  We shared information about famous Victorians, discovered what life was like a school and how children had to...

Year 4 step back in time at the Ragged School museum

Yesterday, the year 4 classes Riley and Van Gogh visited the Ragged School Museum in Stepney, as part of their Topic this term on the Victorians. They experienced what it was like to be a pupil in a Victorian classroom and also experienced what it was like to live in a crowded Victorian house. The children enjoyed their visit and learned lots of new facts about Victorian life. Some of the children were shocked at the conditions of the Victorian schools and were relieved that teaching today is much more exciting and less strict than it used to be back in the Victorian period!

Time in Year 4!

Today in Year 4 we had a fun maths lesson looking at Time.  It is our new unit of work, so we all explored Time using a range of resources such as analogue and digital clocks, Roman Numeral clock faces, time tables, flight schedules and some children even made their...

Vile Victorians

We have had a wonderful day immersing ourselves in our new topic the VICTORIANS!! Our classroom was set up in rows just like a Victorian school - we had to use chalk and black paper to represent slate.  It was difficult to write with chalk and it smudged! We had our...

Artsmark

At Lansbury Lawrence we are incredibly proud of the opportunities and experiences we offer children within the arts. We regularly organise exciting trips around current learning themes, have visitors in to inspire our creative thinking, and provide continued...

Year 4 explore Fractions!

Today we started a new unit in Maths  - Fractions! During this lesson we explored fractions using a variety of resources such as cuisenaire rods, dienes, fraction walls, shapes and counters. We created our own fraction wall using same sized strips of paper, add/sub...

Year 4 Master their Multiplications

This week in maths, year 4 have been using their very own counting sticks to practise and test each other with their multiplication facts.  We have worked as a team to count in different steps, forwards and backwards to help develop our knowledge and understanding....

Whitechapel Art Gallery

On Thursday 10th November, Year 4A embarked on an excellent journey to Whitechapel Art Gallery! It was the beginning of a collaboration process, where children will have a chance to showcase their 'Stop Motion' projects at the gallery on the 18th November.  This was a...

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