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We have been learning about the artist Laurence Stephen Lowry.
We looked at a range of his paintings and described his style, and then everyone had the chance to recreate his wartime painting; entitled ‘After the Blitz’.
First we used watered down grey and black paint to create the sky and background buildings.
Next we used a mixture of coloured papers and pastels to create the main structures.
Finally we used drawing pencils to add our ‘matchstick figures’
What a wonderful job Year 4!.
We made cheese scones, here is our recipe
Summer Term 2 2017-18
Years 3 & 4 Summer 2 (B) Topic – Invaders 2017-18
Learning about Romans
Congratulations to the whole of Year 4 who performed their class assembly with great efficiency. We learnt so much and managed to have a lot of fun researching and making our costumes and props.
The learning continued into the afternoon where we had our Roman WOW Day. We got to sample a variety of different foods the Romans would have eaten during our feast!
We had the opportunity to recreate battles and perform for each other as the Romans would have done for their entertainment.
Spring Term 2 2017-18
Spring Fever Parent Handbook
Spring Term 1 2017-18
Year 3&4 Spring 1 (B) Topic- The Firemakers Daughter 2017_18
Autumn Term 2 2017-18
Y3&4 Autumn 2 (B) Topic – African adventure 2017_18
What a lovely end to our Friendship Week! This morning, we paired up with children from Reception to complete our ‘Hands of Kindness’ activity. We had to draw around our partners’ hands and then think of lots of kind phrases to write onto our hands. After that, we shared a book with our partner. I am so proud of how well the children in Year 4 looked after and helped their Reception partners’.
On Tuesday, we held an ‘Everybody Writes Day’. To tie in with friendship week, we looked at the story of Imaginary Fred by Eoin Colfer and Oliver Jeffers. We used drama to help us understand what it feels like to be lonely and then we began to explore all of the fun things we would get up to if we had an imaginary friend. After that, we produced a leaflet called, How to be a Good Imaginary Friend’.
What a brilliant half term! We have been so busy!
We have worked hard to secure our place value, addition and subtraction knowledge, and are beginning to apply our learning in order to solve problems.
Our topic has been all things Stone Age related! We are focusing on Stig of the Dump in English. We had lots of fun when we were learning about persuasive texts and had the opportunity to see our friend!