Year 4

Mrs Thompson and Mrs Drummond
Year 4

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Mrs Thompson and Mrs Drummond will be leading us through two topics this Summer term. Visit us here, as we explore ‘Archaeological Dig’ and ‘Summer of Sport’. 

Click here for a recommended reading list for year 4. 

Class Blog

Year four have gone fruity!

This week we have been learning about the work of some Italian artists.  Giuseppe Arcimboldo was an Italian painter best known for creating imaginative portrait heads made entirely of objects such as fruits, vegetables and flowers.  We decided to create some of our...

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Wow!! Wembley…

Some of our girls' football team visited Wembley at weekend to watch Arsenal ladies take on Chelsea ladies in the SSE Women's FA Cup Final... Watch this space for our adventure using Animoto!

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WE’RE GOING TO WEMBLEY!!!

There's a buzz around the corridors at the minute... That's because we're going to Wembley... This Saturday a group of 14 girls, who are part of our football squad, will be visiting London to watch the women's FA Cup final. They will watch Arsenal ladies take on...

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County Finalists!!

Team 'Rhino' competed at Temple Park in the Level 3 County Finals for TOP Sportsability: Sportshall Athletics. What a brilliant morning... We took part in jumping, throwing, running and balancing events! Through teamwork, strength and precision, we landed ourselves a...

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Year Four are budding poets!

Children in Year 4 have been studying Cinquain poems during Literacy.  A Cinquain is a short poem consisting of five, usually unrhymed lines containing, respectively, two, four, six, eight, and two syllables. After reading and performing several poems in this style,...

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Year 4 Visit Safetyworks

Year 4 have been learning all about how to stay safe both when in the home and out and about.  They spent the morning taking part in a range of activities including: fire safety, first aid, anti-bullying, road safety and hazards in the home!  Everyone learnt something...

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