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Happy Easter Holidays!

 

Well guys, that's it! We have made it to the end of the Spring term and now ready to start our Easter holidays. We know it probably feels a bit strange this time because you've already been at home for two weeks but make sure you take time to rest up and get out in your gardens and enjoy the sunshine.

 

There are plenty of things in the 'Easter' tab for you to have a go at if you get bored plus Mrs Watton has added a new activity in her 'Watton's Workouts' tab. You don't have to do these, but they are there if you get a bit bored.

 

I've also been reading in the news about 'Bear Hunts' that are going on at the moment. People are putting teddy bears in their windows so as you go for your daily walk you can try and spot as many as possible. We'd love to hear how many you manage to spot. I thought I'd get you started with a picture of Marla and Grey Bear (a very imaginative name, I think you'll agree!).

 

Have the best time, keep posting things on SeeSaw for us and your friends to see and we'll be back with more work and morning messages on Monday 20th April.

 

Bye for now, 

 

Miss Dillon (and Marla) and Mr Ellis.

 

Welcome to Year 4

Class 9 - Mr Ellis (maternity cover)

Class 10 - Miss Dillon

Mrs Veale supports Class 9

Mrs Watton supports Class 10 

Spring 2020

How Groovy Were The Ancient Greeks?

 

This term the children will be learning all about life in Ancient Greece including gods and goddesses, everyday life for a child, the differences between Athens and Sparta as well as studying Greek vases. The children will be reading various different myths over the term with a special focus on 'Theseus and The Minotaur.' 

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Autumn 2019

 

Autumn 2019

What Makes a Dog, a Dog?

This term, we will be introduced to the classic tale of 'Charlotte's Web'. Through the story, we will learn about classifying animals, write adventure stories and plan our enterprise project. 

We are looking forward to inviting parents to our coffee afternoon in aid of Guide Dogs for the Blind. We will also look at The Lake District as part of our Geography work.

                                    Summer 2019
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Rumbling Romans and Explosions! 

This term we are going to be learning all about The Romans and what they did for us. Alongside this, we will be investigating the structure and locations of volcanoes and what it is that makes them erupt. 

We are also very excited about our residential to Tattenhall and sharing our adventures with you!

 

Year 4 Curriculum Overview

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