Welcome to Year 4. The children have made a great start to the Summer term and have been working very hard on our new topic, Biodiversity. This topic will take us on a journey through Africa, where we will discuss the issue of poaching and the devastating effect it has had on wildlife. Later in the term, we will learn about plastic pollution and what we can do to help.
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Take a look at the children's work inspired by the work of L. S. Lowry, depicting life in the time of the Industrial Revolution. We used him as an inspiration to create our layered art where the children learnt about perspective and practrised using water colour, sketching and fine drawing.
Lowry is famous for painting scenes of life in the industrial districts of North West England in the mid-20th century. He developed a distinctive style of painting and is best known for his urban landscapes peopled with human figures often referred to as "matchstick men".
Year 4 have been investigating what is the best insulator to incubate a dragon egg.
- Key stage 2 teachers have decided to have no pencil cases in class next year.
- We would like to invite parents to come and watch a maths lesson on the four rules.
- All key stage one and two pupils have been set the challenge of learning spelling words for a special house team competition next week.
- There is a Key Stage 2 maths meeting to be held on 12th March at 5pm at Fairfields. At this meeting, we will show you the calculation methods we use at school.
Here are some of the great examples from our Anglo- Saxon and Viking topic homework.