This week, the school has had the opportunity to explore the Arctic using an enormous floor map and other interesting resources.
Year 4 have been exploring the countries and territories that are part of the Arctic Circle, the types of flora and fauna there (plants and animals!), planning an…
As part of our Peace Week, Year 4 did a piece of descriptive writing comparing how the trenches were during World War I and how they are today. I hope you agree that they created some wonderful imagery with their work.
Year 4 enjoyed a visit to The Cathedral this week to help them grow in their understanding of the Catholic belief of Jesus' presence in the Blessed Sacrament.
As part of our Healthy Eating unit of work, we tasted lots of different food with distinctive flavours and textures. The children had to describe the appearance, taste, texture and odour of each food using a range of vocabulary. Some were definitely more popular than others!
In RE this week, Year 4 have been learning about the significance of the Eucharist for Catholics. This was the start of our learning for the 'Year of the Eucharist' and the children were reminded of the link between Jesus' last supper and the Mass.
We started our learning about fables this week and the children made some great suggestions about the moral of 'The Hare and the Tortoise'. If you can, listen to some fables on the BBC radio website below and discuss the morals in the stories.
Here's our class performance of the Abba song 'Mamma Mia'
The Year 4 performance of On The Ning Nang Nong by Spike Milligan on National Poetry Day