We have a very exciting term and will be spending the first half term finding out about habitats along with a trip to Frogmary Green Farm. We will be using the book ‘The Hodgeheg’ in English to create some exciting pieces.
Owl Class have P.E. every Monday and Friday so please ensure the correct kit is in school when necessary.
Owl class performing their own versions of Where The Wild Things Are.
Our letter from The Harry Potter Studios!
We had a fantastic day in the sunshine at Frogmary Green Fram. We enjoyed finding out about the machinery at the farm and the wildlife, we also made homes for them!
Today the children, in their groups, created shops and practiced their money skills. Well done Owl class you did a fab job and the shops looked fantastic!
How exciting! Owl class have sent letters to the Harry Potter Studios in London asking for donations to decorate our reading area 🦉
We continued with our artwork today and created our own Henri Rousseau paintings.
Today we were telling our learning partners the time on our analogue clocks and then adjusting the time to challenge ourselves.
Today in Art the children were researching a particular artist and imitating their artwork.
The children have been having lots of fun learning about inspiring inventors and cracking contraptions! Here are some pictures of our own musical instruments.
World Book Week! 📚
We are all so proud of Year 4, we had a fantastic day at We the Curious!
Owl class building their Anglo-Saxon villages outside in the sunshine.
Here are some pictures of our amazing Anglo-Saxon village. The children worked together to create our masterpiece, well done Owl class!
Here is our fabulous performance of Mamma Mia, Owl and Otter class did so well! Mrs Lawrie and I are so proud of Year 4!
In Literacy we are currently planning a balanced discussion around technology and handwriting. Many of the children prefer technology however, there are some children who prefer to hand write. Here are a few pictures of Owl class having a verbal debate.
Owl class had a fun filled afternoon beginning to create their Anglo-Saxon villages.
We enjoyed a Just Dance this morning as the children worked super hard in English!
Owl class have been studying King Arthur and the legend of the Sword. We have worked really hard today creating our own legend stories.
Thank you all very much for your food bank donations. Here is a picture of our donations!
Welcome to our Roman Museum!
Yesterday Year 4 enjoyed our Roman day! We had lots of fun throughout the day and also made some delicious Ancient Roman Honey Cookies.
Here is the recipe for our Ancient Roman Honey Cookies.
Today Owl class worked on becoming more independent now that we are in Year 4. They worked so well this morning that we were able to enjoy Just Dance!
Here are the children looking at the features of leaflets. We are beginning to plan our own leaflets about The Romans.
Here are some of our Roman leaflets :-)
Owl Class enjoying their drumming session!
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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