Year 4

Mrs Edmondson is so proud of Class 4! All the children worked incredibly hard to apply what they had learnt about circuits to design and make 'Buzzer Games'.
Wow! What an amazing end to our 'Rule Britannia!' topic. The children in Class 4 had a wonderful time reenacting the Battle of Hastings with the help of Scotty. They even tried to change history by allowing the Saxons to win!
Class 3 and 4 enjoyed a session from the library service about our current topic Vikings.
Class 4 had great fun finding out about the mystery of Sutton Hoo. They completed an archaeological dig to find clues about this Anglo Saxon burial site. They found a range of artefacts. They thought carefully about what these artefacts tell us about the Anglo Saxons.

Class 4 have had great fun building replicas of Anglo Saxon shelters using a range of natural materials.

What a fabulous day the parrot class had last week celebrating the World Cup! Class 4 spent the day learning about Brazil; leaning about Samba music and dance and drinking caipirinha! We certainly got into the carnival spirit! 

What an exciting discovery! Class 4 reenacted the day the Amesbury Archer was found in 2002. We considered what these findings tell us about the Bronze Age. If you’d like to find out more about the Amesbury Archer visit this BBC website.

What an exciting delivery! Class 4 had to task of dissecting some prehistoric poop to find out what people would have eaten during the Stone Age!
Class 4 have enjoyed making Native American Fry Bread. It was very tasty!

We are very excited to announce that Class 3 and Class 4 will be taking part in the Rotherham Shakespeare Festival this year (more details to follow). Today, class 4 had their first drama workshop. We have plenty of budding actors amongst us!