Autumn 2023

Y4 thoroughly enjoyed the Oliver Twist production! The only issue was...'please, sir, I want some wanted more!'
Madame Dryden's French lessons are super! We speak a lot of French and find out about their culture.
Map work in Geography was fun! We investigated the position of the mountains of England, Scotland and Wales.
Y4 Wednesday library afternoons are the best! Kick back and relax with a good book - reading for pleasure!
In RSE, we discussed what was important to keep us healthy. We really know our stuff! Hopefully, more of Y4 will be eating their vegetables after this!
In Science, we have looked into states of matter. We have moved like the particles in solids, liquids and gases. We have also completed an experiment with boiling water and used balloons! 
Our Y4 pet, Lily the tortoise, has been well looked after. She is making new friends in Y4. 
In English, we have looked at lots of examples of setting descriptions and diary entries. We have planned and written our own. These are based around Oliver Twist and the cruel Victorian workhouses.
Year 4 having been learning hockey skills with wooden sticks. We have discussed health and safety around using these sticks. This week, we put our skills into practice competing in small sided games. We had great fun and there were a few good goals scored.

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