Our class prayers by Olivia and Oliver.
We are learning to play the ukulele!
Our visit to Woodland View Nursing Home. We enjoyed meeting the residents,staff & singing some Christmas songs.
We finally filled our teamwork marble jar & enjoyed our hot chocolate treat😁
Our Pupils of the Week decorating the Y4 tree🎄
Using our scutums (Roman shields) to form a testudo, nobody will manage to defeat Year4!
We used the Roman historian Cassius Dio's description of Boudicca to draw our own images of her. This was our final lesson on The Romans, we have learnt so much and have been so engaged by this incredible period in history.
What was Boudicca really like?
Poppies for Remembrance
Investigating which drinks cause the most damage to teeth
Digestive system collages
Our first science topic in Y4 is the digestive system. We started our learning with a pretty gross demonstration to show the journey our food takes from start to finish! The class were so engaged, what a fabulous start to Year 4.
Y4 Knowledge Organiser Autumn 1 2023
Y4 Knowledge Organiser Spring 1 2024 Amazing Antarctica
Year 4 Knowledge Organiser Spring 2 2024-Enterprising Explorers
Welcome to Year 4!
Our year 4 team includes Mrs Tomlinson (class teacher ) and Mrs Waite (teaching assistant). During year 4, the children work around cross-curricular topics, which change every half term. These themes link to English, Maths and Science where possible.
During this term the children will investigate volcanic eruptions and particularly study the impact of the eruption of Mount Vesuvius on Pompeii.
Romans - The Empire Strikes! (Autumn 2)
Using the text Shackleton's Journey by William Grill as a focus, the children will write diary entries and letters. They will recall, select and organise historical information about Antarctic explorers – Shackleton, Scott and Amundsen and their expeditions to the South Pole.
This term we will use a range of historical information to learn all about the events leading up to the disastrous sinking of 'The Unsinkable Ship.'The children will plot Titanic's journey and carry out a debate into whether the disaster could have been avoided.
The children will learn about Anglo Saxon invasions and settlements in Britain. They will discover the tools and materials that the Anglo Saxons used when building villages. The children will investigate the historical evidence that remains from Anglo Saxon settlements, including place names and artwork.