This half term, Year 4 have delved deep into the realms of the Vikings. They have worked hard in English lessons to explore Viking myths and to spin their very own sagas, where unsuspecting heroes had to brave perilous adventures. The class created their own 
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This half term, Year 4 have delved deep into the realms of the Vikings. They have worked hard in their English lessons to explore Viking myths and to spin their very own sagas, where unsuspecting heroes had to brave perilous adventures in order to save 
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Today, Year 4 went on a fabulous trip to Bishops Wood! Here, the class wowed with their Viking knowledge, whilst learning some new skills and some more history along the way. We started our day by ‘setting sail from Norway’ on a Viking longboat, finding 
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This half term, Year 4 have delved deep into the realms of the Vikings. After learning about the history of Viking raiding and invading, investigating Viking life, and exploring the myths of the Viking gods, we ended our half term by spending the day as 
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Year 4 are enjoying a whole host of musical experiences and learning this term, from playing tuned instruments with Mr. Lister (Camp Town Races today), to singing with Mrs Hazelton and learning to play the violin (by the end of the Summer Term, all the 
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Over the past few weeks, inspired by their topic on coasts, and Michael Morpurgo’s book ‘The Day I Met a Whale’, Year 4 have been researching plastic pollution in our seas. As well as writing persuasive letters to Boris Johnson, asking him to help, they 
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Since their return to school after Lock Down, Year 4’s learning has been inspired by Michael Morpurgo’s wonderful book, ‘The Day I Met a Whale’. This has led them to take a keen interest in plastic pollution in our rivers and oceans and in turn 
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As part of this half term’s topic, ‘Coasts’, Year 4 have been learning about coastal features and how they are formed. They put their understanding to the test this week by creating plastercine models of bays, arches and stacks and explaining how these features are 
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Inspired by the work of British artist, Andy Goldsworthy, pupils at home and at school have been busy this has half term creating their own pictures and sculptures out of natural materials, including making pictures in trays of water which we they froze and hung 
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Last week, as part of their Children’s Mental Health Week activities and also their English work on instructional writing, the Year 4 children in school had a cookery lesson; learning how to make crumble. The children at home also cooked! Look at how well they 
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