Welcome to Year 4
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To enrich our topic about rainforests, we visited Chester Zoo. We had so much fun!
We love to learn outdoors - here we are having fun in a maths lesson. First, we completed a times table treasure hunt and then we practised converting units of measure!
We have been experimenting with different ways to learn our spellings. I think the glitter tray was the most popular strategy!
We made the most out of the snow and practised our spellings with paint!
During our topic, 'Incredible India,' we were all very excited to learn more about Henna. The children had lots of questions, so we did some research and then of course we had a go at creating our own henna tattoos.
We had a visitor today from the RSPB to enrich our Science topic, 'Living Things and Their Habitat.' We enjoyed our adventure as we searched for different habitats in our school grounds.
We've been working hard in maths on short division!
We really enjoyed our first reading morning of the year. Thank you for all the adults who were able to come in and share a book!
World Book Day
On World Book Day, we started the day with a reading morning where parents were invited to join us in a range of reading activities.
We had great fun making Ancient Egyptian Canopic Jars!
On science day, our focus question was, 'how can we find out what the Anglo-Saxons used to eat?' We became archaeologists for the day and had to excavate ancient remains!!
We have been learning about Baptism this half term in our RE lessons. We thought of some really interesting questions we had about Baptism and went over to Church to ask Mother Tracey all of our questions. She helped us learn lots about Baptism!
We had lots of fun on Pirate Day to celebrate the opening of the Galleon and our outdoor classroom!
Design and Technology
We had lots of fun designing and making a purse as part of our 'Incredible India' project.
Trip to Tatton Park
We had so much fun on our school trip to Tatton Park for our hands on Anglo-Saxon and Viking Workshop. We learnt how to make bread from scratch; how to barter at the market; how to create different battle formations and much more!
Throughout history, there have been many warring tribes and conquering armies that would yell out chants towards the enemy, not only to intimidate, but to encourage one another. Many believe God or the Gods would grant them strength and give them the power to defeat the opposition with supernatural abilities.
Have a look at us in action!