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Posted on
08
Oct 2018

Introducing Twitter

Year 4 have now set up a Twitter account. We are going to trial the use of Twitter instead of the blog to see what people think. So far, we have found that photos can be uploaded far quicker, so we should be able to have many more for you to see! It also means that children can help compose the tweets and ensure that anything they think is important is included.
You do not need a Twitter account to see the page but would need to set one up to be able to 'like' and comment on posts.

We are in the process of setting it up and starting to tweet, so please use this link to have a look:
https://twitter.com/Y4Bradway
Please feel free to let us know what you think.





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Posted on
05
Oct 2018

Friday Fun


We’ve had a great week but Friday was the best.









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Posted on
28
Sep 2018

Roman Day



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Posted on
28
Sep 2018

Another fun week in Year 4


This week we have been conducting investigations into Changing States in science. We have performed role play activities in our Varjak Paw literacy topic to try to understand how the main character might be feeling. Finally, we ended the week on a high with Roman Day. The children really engaged with the range of activities and got to know the Romans a little better.
Have a great weekend everyone.





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Posted on
21
Sep 2018

Literacy Comes in All Shapes and Sizes

There are 2 ways we can become better writers. Fine tuning our sentences and getting inspiration from outside speakers. We've done both this week in year 4 and enjoyed our writing as a result.






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Our 50th anniversary

50th Anniversary

An Introduction to Bradway Primary

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"My daughter started at Bradway School in September 2014. The school has been amazing, I couldn't recommend it enough. My daughter loves school, she's always excited to go in and can't wait to tell me about her day, her confidence has grown massively and she has made a lovely group of friends." - Parent