We went on a treasure hunt for find facts about the Vikings. We then used our new facts to answer tricky questions in a game. The aim was to sail from Norway to Britain in your longboat before your competitors.Read More Viking life
As part of our RE learning, we’ve learnt about a really important guy called John who baptised Jesus in the River Jordan. People still get baptised today for similar reasons to Jesus all that time ago. We watched a baby being baptised, and heard some adults reasons for being baptised later in life. We then […]Read More Baptism
Year 4 have been learning all about the digestive system, starting at the beginning… the mouth. This week we investigated how well we brush our teeth. First of all, we brushed our teeth as normal, and then we used special tablets (plaque disclosing tablets) to show up any areas of our mouth that hadn’t been […]Read More How well do we clean our teeth?
Years 3 and 4 had a great day visiting the Museum of London on Friday, where we met a real Viking! We had a glorious walk along the brand new pedways (high-level walkways) from Moorgate tube station to the Museum, and got to see some of the original wall which was built hundreds of years […]Read More Years 3 and 4 meet a Viking!
You will now be able to deposit on two days per week and those new times will be confirmed midweek. The savings club is now open to ALL year groups! Year 5, if you would like to become cashiers then come and speak to Ms Steer in Nursery.Read More LifeSavers will be open for business from 16th September
To kick off our science topic (the digestive system) we have been learning all about the first stage of digestion – chewing. Using mirrors, we investigated the inside of our own mouths, to see the different types of teeth we have. From incisors to wisdom teeth, we discovered why our teeth are different, and even […]Read More Say CHEESE!
Do you care about our future? Today, year 4 have protested across the school, in every classroom, to make a stand against climate change. We believe that climate change needs to be stopped before it’s too late. Did you know that more than 200 species on Earth become extinct every day? We don’t think that […]Read More Year 4’s protest against Climate Change!
Last week, year 4 had fun finding out about South African culture for international week. We looked at the patterns and colours used by the Ndebele people and used them to inspire our own key rings using buttons. Check out our pencil cases and backpacks to see our creationsRead More International craft
In RE this half term, year 4 are exploring the question; “is it okay to disagree?” We learned about the bible story ‘Mary and Martha’ which is about two sisters who disagree about how to behave around Jesus. We then used the story to inspire modern day stories with disagreements, and resolutions.Read More Drama in RE
In science today, we recreated our digestive system and transformed food into poop. We used different everyday objects to represent different parts of the digestive system – for example we used tights as intestines. As you can imagine, it was a messy, stinky job, but we had fun!Read More Making poo