This half term Year 4 have been creating repetitive dances to different pieces of music. We have had lots of exercise and giggles along the way! Our favourite piece of music was 'Cotton Eye Joe'....
December 2016 saw Year 3 and 4 perform their amazing play 'Hansel and Gretel'. We had great fun learning the songs and putting the show together! ...
On Tuesday 8th November 2016 Class 4 presented our awesome assembly about the Roman Invasion of Britain.
We had great fun dressing up as Roman soldiers, emperors and Celts. We sang a song about Boudicca very loudly!
This week Class 4 put their Roman shields to use and pretended to be Legion 4 of the Roman Army.
Mrs Norris was the Centurion and shouted commands in Latin.
We used our shields to make the TESTUDO or 'tortoise' formation with our shields. The Romans used this to protect them from spears and arrows....
Class 4 had a fantastic, sunny day exploring the glorious Peak District. We became 'Dales Explorers' for the day, finding out how the Dales have been created over time and searching for bugs and plants.
The sun shone all day as we looked for evidence of fossils, rocks and the path of the water.
We wobbled across the crystal clear stream and went into a small cave, where we touched the damp walls and saw the stalactites forming on the roof.
In the meadow we lay on our tummies and looked for ...
Welcome back to a new term in Class 4! Fortunately the sun shone on us as most of us chose to wear our summer uniforms this week.
We have begun studying a new book in our English lessons this term. We are looking at the classic story, The Iron Man by Ted Hughes. Each week we will be looking in depth at a chapter of this powerful and exciting story.
We have begun by finding lots of brilliant uses of language in the text. Ted Hughes has used similes, repetition, personification, adjectives a...
“I love chocolate cake, I love chocolate cake…” No, not the staff room mantra, but one of the catchy hooks which Y4 sang and played out on their Djembe’s in their African drumming workshop lead by Jude from Beat Feet.
The children had a very noisy afternoon putting science into action: feeling vibrations and changing the volume and pitch as we learnt how to play polyrhythmic beats, conduct and sing African songs.
We finished off the afternoon with a performance for parents, siblings, ...