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Home Learning

 

It is a really strange time for us all at the minute, not being in school, having to do our learning at home which is usually the place where we chill and relax.  I feel really proud of each and every one of you as you continue to carry out your learning at home. It is really nice to read the little messages you post with your work when you return it to me and it has been fantastic to see all of your happy, smiling faces during our Zoom sessions.

 

Please remember to keep taking pictures of the different activities that you do, and send them to me so we can share them with the rest of the class.

 

Have a look at some of Leah's project work.
Sadie has been working really hard on her Home Learning project, making a 3D model of the river system.
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She has also done research to find the 5 longest rivers.
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Blake has been busy working on his model to show the features of a river.
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Leah went on a boat on the Thames with her dad and learned how to steer the boat down the Thames!

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Phoebe sent a story to share with you.
Deetya has written a lovely poem as part of her Home Learning Project.
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Esme has worked hard to write the diary of one of the characters in her reading book.

She wanted to share it with you.

David has been busy in the kitchen making pizza. He also had a puzzle competition.
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Esme worked hard writing some similes to describe her monster.
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David has been busy at home, baking biscuits and helping his dad with some decorating!
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Ruben typed some of his Purple Mash work to share with you. This was all connected to the story of Mary Anning and the Time Twister. Read his account of our visit to the art gallery and also his rise to fame.
Phoebe was really proud of the book cover she designed!
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You have all  been reading the story of Mary Anning and The Time Twister. This is how Ellie thought the story would continue.
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Ruben thought the story would continue in this way. Click on the icon to read his work.
Noah and Ellie sent copies of the book covers they designed. This is Ellie's work.
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This is Noah's.
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James worked hard on describing the setting of the book he was reading!
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Leah had fun working on her Home Learning Project. She used all her stuffed toys when she created her court room.
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Esme has been really busy making a rainbow to put in the window of her house, saying a huge thank you to our NHS.
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Here is some of the work that David has been doing as part of his Home Learning project.
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Elliana, Juwonlo and William worked together to make a courtroom out of lego.
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Cerys presented her Home Learning project as a Powerpoint. Click on the icon and you will be able to share her work.
This Year 4 Class Page will be updated throughout the year with news, photos and work samples to show some of the activities we are working on in class.

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!

 

 

 

 

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Autumn Term 2019

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!   

 

 

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As part of our History topic, we designed our own Roman shields.
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