In Year 4, children have been using their artistic skills to create a painting of Mount Vesuvius erupting. They did this over two lessons as they created a dull background using different shades of grey then created a bright explosion over the top of it. 


In literacy, children have been recounting what happened to Mount Vesuvius in 79AD by using the past tense accurately, interesting and appropriate verbs and appropriate conjunctions to link and extend sentences. 


In maths, children have been ordering and comparing decimals as well as rounding them to the nearest whole number.


Year 4 thoroughly enjoyed their Roman day. Children dressed up ready for daily life, gladiator fights and wars. They analysed many artefacts including some which were real and excavated in England. The children have really enjoyed their Roman topic and are looking forward to finishing it off by learning about Pompeii after the Easter holidays. 


This week the children visited Grimm and Co. where we had a magical morning of story writing. Year 4 worked with several volunteers to bring their story ideas to life and even got to work with a talented illustrator to create their mythical characters. The children were lucky enough to get a copy of their own published book before going down the exciting Jack and the Beanstalk slide. 


In Year 4 this week, children have been designing a Roman chariot model. We decided on equipment as well as what it should look like so that it is fit for purpose. Children have created nets and decorated them so far, as well as starting to write their instructions to make them.


This week we have been investigating what a tenth and a hundredth are so that next week we can start our decimals topic. 


We have been learning about Celtic life also we have created aggressive looking Celtic warrior pictures of ourselves on the iPads.


In year 4 this week we have been using verbs and adverbs as well as similes to describe the actions of a Roman gladiator. In PE we have been developing our tactical skills in matball as well as different throwing techniques.


We also had a brilliant time on World Book Day where we started to create our own comics. We also showed our love of reading by reading anywhere and everywhere. We're excited to show off our completed comics in next week's blog. 

Class 4 Blog  25.2.19

Class 4 enjoyed reenacting the ancient story of Romulus and Remus. They worked together to decide which characters they were going to portray then rehearsed their mini plays. In the ampitheatre, they performed their dramatic plays whilst the sun was shining.

Class 4 Blog 11.2.19

In maths this week we have started our fractions topic where we have been using our multiplication and division skills we have already learnt to help us. 

In PE we have been making up our own dance moves which are appropriate to the music as well as learning to keep in time. The children demonstrated some amazing talent and flair. 

In SPaG we have been learning how to use a possessive apostrophe for singular and plural nouns as well as using more than one noun and nouns that end in an 's'.

Class 4 Blog 4.2.18

Year 4 have been extremely enthusiastic whilst learning all about terrific toilet this week. We have been finding out about their in depth history and discovering how they vary so much all over the world. 


We have also began reading The BFG in reciprocal reading whilst wearing our ginormous ears. Year 4 have also been learning how to divide using the chunking method. 

Class 4 Blog

This week we have had our first pilates session in PE.  WE all really enjoyed it and can't wait for next weeks session.  Our numeracy lessons are really fantastic, we are using so may different manipulatives to support us, you will also see us helping each other in the pictures.