Year 4

    Year 4- King Midas

    This week, as part of Arts week, all the children in Year 4 had the opportunity to visit the Carriage Works where they experienced the interactive performance of 'The Midas Company' - a new version of the myth 'King Midas'.

    It was performed by 40 students from the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama in London and was an amazing opportunity for the children to become involved in immersive theatre. They had a fantastic time!

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    Year 4- Westonbirt

     

    This term in year 4 our topic is related to 'Living things and their habitats'. We have started our learning with a wonderful trip to Westonbirt Arboretum where the children learned all about wildlife management and sustainability of our woodlands. The children had the opportunity to experience a professional-led workshop as well as having the opportunity for some self-led exploration. Some children even managed to spot the Gruffalo....

    Well done once again Year 4!

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    Year 4- Forest Schools

    This term the children have been learning about fire safety. They have had the chance to build a fire and cook smores to eat. They have also had the chance to explore the Forest School's learning environment which has 'sprung' to life over the last few weeks!

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    Year 4- Myths

    This term the Year 4 children have been working really hard on writing mythical stories set around the times of the Anglo-Saxons. All children wrote their own stories and some went on to produce their own books and graphic novels. On Thursday afternoon, many of the children then went to visit the Year 6 classes to share their stories and get some feedback.

     

    "This is a really great story and I can see lots of year 6 features," said one student.

    "Their handwriting is really neat," critiqued another.

     

    The children returned to Year 4 feeling extremely proud of their work and the perseverance they have shown in completing such a huge task is a credit to the children. Well done Year 4!

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