Saying goodbye to a special member of the class. We wish you all the best!
D&T: researching, designing and making sandwiches.
We had a visit from Santa!
Jane Weber came to talk to the Y4 children about the meaning of Christmas
Y4 made French Christmas cards
In Science, as part of our Food Chains topic, we looked at what barn owls had been eating.
As part of our history project this term, we held a 1960s party!
We modelled the process of digestion using bread, orange juice and old tights!
Introducing: Mr Jones on Saxophone!
Shropshire Music came for a visit, and gained an extra member.
We joined schools across the world for a poetry workshop
Harvest Festival song
We practised our Harvest Festival performance
We used litmus paper to test toothpaste and vinegar.
In science, we studied the teeth of carnivores, herbivores and omnivores.
This term in music we are using our new drum pads.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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