On Monday, we visited a gurdwara (the Sikh place of worship). The children were very keen to find out more about Sikhism and learn about what Sikhs believe and about their place of worship. This week we also took part in Junior Medic Training and learnt how to respond in […]
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In English, we have been looking at the book ‘The Shaman’s Apprentice’. We went to Forest School and used drama to get some inspiration for our own writing. We have been exploring the difference between climate and weather, and presented our own weather forecasts for different places in the world.
We enjoyed a Maths filled day, raising money for the NSPCC. After counting all the 1p and 2p coins we tried to make the tallest tower we could. This required a great amount of perseverance! We also played card games, where we had to practise our addition and multiplication facts, […]
This week we had fun at the sports hall festival trying out different sporting activities such as speed stacking, long jump and relay races. In Maths this week, we’ve been learning about converting units of measure, and in Art we have been using clay to create lids for our canopic […]
This week we’ve been busy learning about units of measure and converting between different units. We had great fun measuring how far we could jump and writing the distance in centimetres and in metres. We have started a new topic of ‘Rainforests’ and the children created some amazing fact files […]
A great term has come to an end with a fun last week of Christmas activities as well as a visit to forest school. Thank you all for your generous gifts. Wishing everyone a happy Christmas and restful break. Miss Sewell and Miss Hayes A few pictures of our week… […]
This week was a very sporty week in Year 4! On Monday, we were lucky to have workshop with a Judo Olympian, where we learnt to how to throw another person! Over the last few weeks, we have had visitors from Amwell View School who have been teaching us skills […]
Year Four had a brilliant time on Wednesday at the British Museum finding out more about Ancient Egypt. The children were amazed at all the different artefacts and were particularly fascinated by the mummified animals!
Year Four are looking forward to visiting the British Museum next week to see Ancient Egyptian artefacts, but if you’d visited the Year Four classroom this week, you may well have thought that you were already visiting an Egyptian exhibition! There were tombs, sarcophaguses, canopic jars, factfiles, PowerPoints and even […]
Year 4 have been continuing learning more about life in Ancient Egypt. In particular, we have been wondering about how the Egyptians made mummies. Before we found out all the gory details, we had a go turning some of the class into mummies! We then found out about the actual […]