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Monthly Archives: October 2015
Exciting news: the eggs have hatched! Congratulations to Hans and Didi and their owlets. However, Year 4’s owl tracking isn’t over. Not all the eggs have hatched yet. Can you help to keep watch and post back here when the … Continue reading
The Roman projects are in! Year 4 have been working hard all term to create their fantastic mini-projects. Each week children selected a different home task from a Roman Menu and produced anything from masks, armour and siege equipment to Roman restaurant menus, written … Continue reading
Well done to Emilio who is our writer of the week. He has written a wonderful story ending based on the book ‘Blitz’ by Vince Cross. Well done Emilio!
As part of their topic on The Romans Year4 have been designing mosaic patterns.
This week Year 4 had a special visitor who taught them how the heart works, what to do when somebody is unconscious and how to perform CPR using a specialized Little Anne doll! Check back for more pictures soon . . … Continue reading
As part of our science topic, Year 4 have explored deforestation and how it affects animals around the world. They children have also investigated the impact of human activity on owls. Well done to Levi who is our writer of the week. He has created a well … Continue reading
Each week a ‘Writer of the Week’ is selected from every class for special effort or achievement in writing. These children are rewarded with a special certificate and their work is displayed in school. For the last two weeks children in … Continue reading
As part of Year 4’s science topic, All Living Things, the children have been following two barn owls called Hans and Didi by live link and using the fascinating insight into owl life as part of their science work. Children have … Continue reading
This week Year 4 received a visit from a real Roman artefact collector! As usual, the children threw themselves in and enthusiastically participated in a workshop which saw them exploring how we learn about the past and actually using a metal … Continue reading