On the 9th December, we all went up to the Tate Britain to view the Steve McQueen exhibition. It was quite difficult to find our class photograph as it was one of 3,128! Standing in the gallery, we realised that all of the children whose photographs were displayed on the walls will be the future of London! We spent time thinking about how we have changed since the photo was taken and how much we will change in the years to come.
We also thought about our personal ambitions as well as our hopes and dreams for London!
The children were an absolute credit and good ambassadors for the school. As parents, you should be proud of every one of them!
I would like to say a huge thank you to all of the adults who gave up their time to come with us. Your support was very much appreciated!
All of the children in Year 4 have had a great start to the year. They have enjoyed learning all about the Romans and the legacy that they left behind for us here in Britain.
We had a great time at Kent Life where we learned even more about the Celts and the Romans!
We were extremely busy all day. We joined the Roman army, built roads and aqueducts, met Boudicca and made a leather amulet. Learning to write in Latin was fun and we were even allowed to graffiti the wall. Before learning about the meals the Romans ate, we all had fun on a rather bumpy tractor ride around the grounds!