Year 4

Year 4 Term 3

Dear Parent/ Carer During the first half of the Spring term, year 4 will be covering the following topics: Literacy:          We will be reading some of Shakespeare’s work, writing and performing plays and thinking about plots, settings and characters for suspense stories, along with some poetry, spelling, reading comprehension and grammar. Numeracy:        During Continue reading

Mummies unwrapped…

Today was the moment we have all been waiting for in Year 4… We finally unwrapped our mummified tomatoes! The children were ever so excited to peel the bandages off their tomatoes. Firstly, we looked at the one that we didn’t fill with salt. It felt a lot lighter and we were very apprehensive about Continue reading

Thermal Insulators

Today in science, Year 4 tested different materials to find which ones are good thermal insulators and which ones are not so good. Each group chose two materials and used them to wrap up their cups of water. Half the class were challenged to keep their hot water as hot as they could and the Continue reading

Shepway School Games Virtual Competitions

The whole school entered a virtual competition organised by The Shepway School Games. Yr. R and KS1 did a multiskills competition involving jumping, running and throwing. KS2 did five basketball challenges. 2000 children from across Folkestone and Hythe took part in the competition! Everyone did really well a special congratulations goes to the following children Continue reading

Christmas Jumpers

While Year 4 have been working hard with their learning, they have also started to get into the Christmas spirit by designing their own Christmas jumpers. Well done to all, they look great.

Battle on TTRockstars

Two halves of Year 4 enjoyed another times table battle this week. It was good to see so many of the children joining in. 6B were in the lead for quite a while and then 6A overtook and ended up winning the battle. Congratulations to all the players and well done to 6A.

Egyptian Cat Mummies

This week Year 4 have been thinking about the role of cats in Ancient Egypt. Cats were sacred animals and the owners used to even dress them up in jewels and finery and feed them the tastiest of treats! We discussed how cats were used for protection in the afterlife and were often mummified and Continue reading

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