Welcome to Year 4

 

Please find below a copy of the Year Group Information from the beginning of the year.

Year Group Information 2017 - 2018

 

Summer 2017

Summer Topic letter

The Swinging Sixties in Year 4 !

What a groovy day we had!

We started by learning about key events of the 1960’s.

We also found out about popular music and fashion from that decade.

Check out our photographs, Y4dressed in our fabulous, funky outfits.

 

One small step for man , one giant leap for mankind’

Then we found out about the first man on the moon , Neil Armstrong in 1969.

Did you know Neil Armstrong received his flying licence at just 16 years old  and this was before he had even learnt to drive

 

Next we learnt all about Pop Art


Andy Warhol and Roy Lichenstein were famous artists from that time.

Pop Art was bold , bright and colourful.

Look at our amazing Pop Art pictures.

 

Year 4 Roman Day

This term Year 4 have been studying The Romans. On Tuesday Professor McGinty came to our school and we all dressed up as Romans. We particapted in fun activities such as Roman Numeral code cracking, we made roman mosaics and even imagined what it would be like to be a roman soldier for the day.

 

DT and History


This term we are learning all about ‘Kings and Queens’ throughout history.

As part of our topic we are focussing particularly on the Tudor period.

This week, we have been having fun in DT; making Tudor biscuits using a traditional Tudor recipe.

Mrs Scaysbrook in Year 2, even tried our biscuits and she said that, ‘They have a new and interesting texture ‘

 
This is what some of the children in year 4 thought about our activity :

’’I think it was really fun and I like the messy bit when we put our hands into the mixture, ‘’ Jai Gogna

I enjoyed it, I liked it when we crumbled the bread, ‘’ Chloe Jones.

‘I liked spreading the honey all over the bowl; I think it’s going to taste delicious !’ Caitlin Dodds

‘I definitely learnt how to make dough because I wasn’t good at it before, ‘’ Mason Hollyoake


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