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As part of our WAU topic Weather and Climate we investigated how long it would take for an ice cube to melt in various places.  We wanted to find out if the conditions they were placed in would affect the speed at which they melted.
We had a visit from W5 to celebrate Science Week.  We took part in a series of experiments and learnt the Science behind how and why they worked.

World Book Day 2020

We loved dressing up as our favourite book characters.  It was great to share books that we love with the rest of our class.  We all looked fabulous!

Miss Herron’s Primary 7 class visited us to show us their Book in a Box creations.  They had put an incredible amount of work into them and the results were fabulous.  The conversations about the books they had chosen were fascinating and we now have some ideas for the next books we want to read.
As part of our Houses and Homes topic we have been investigating materials.  We tested a variety of materials to find out if they were transparent, translucent or opaque.
On Friday 17th January Primary 4 enjoyed a fun filled day at the Palace Stables, Armagh to round off our World War 2 topic.  We took part in a fabulous set of workshops where we learnt what life was like for evacuees in Northern Ireland.
Primary Four are delighted to welcome Christine Russell back to Hardy.  We are looking forward to taking part in a series of hockey lessons and are excited to learn new skills.
On Monday 11th November we had the privilege of leading our school in a special Remembrance Day assembly.  We were pleased to welcome members of the local British Legion who joined us. 
Ditch the Dark Day!!
For our third Shared Education day we travelled to Armagh to take part in a World War Two themed activity day in St Patrick's Primary School.  We took part in Science, PE and Art lessons.  
For day two of Shared Education we welcomed our friends from St Patrick's to Richhill Recreation Centre. We met Mary and Ian from All Set dance to learn a German Clap Dance.  We also learnt some more about each other with a series of memory games.
We are teaming up with the children of St Patrick's Primary School Armagh for our Shared Education Programme.  We headed to the AmmA Centre in Armagh to work on a World War 2 ICT project.  We worked in pairs on the Scratch Junior coding app to create a game.  We were delighted to meet up with friends we made last year and our coding skills are really improving.
P4H are taking part in the Roots of Empathy Programme again this year.  This week we met our teacher Baby Freddie and his mum for the first time. We are looking forward to watching him grow and develop over the coming months.