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Year 4 are creating Greek inspired Frieze paintings. A frieze is a long panel used around the top of temples for decoration. They mainly depict figures, often showing people in their daily lives or the Gods in battle.

To create our group painting we used posable figure stencils to create body shapes. We then either drew around the shape in oil pastel, shaded across the shapes or sponged paint around the shape. When the figure stencil was removed it left an interesting outline of a figure. We also experiment with overlapping figures and adding colours to the background.

We all enjoyed working on such a large painting, especially as it enabled us to practice our teamwork skills!

We plan to complete the friezes by adding smaller figures in grey and black silhouette, and maybe add a Greek patterned border around the edge.

You will be able to see our friezes if you attend our parent assembly next Thursday afternoon and we hope to display them around school once complete.

 

We have started to prepare a play for you to come and watch during our Learning Assembly on the 28th March. There will be lots of other things to see and do that afternoon too. We hope that you are saving the date and that you will be able to join us.

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Wow - the weeks seem to be whistling past and we're onto another spelling rule. Can you spot the spelling patterns in these lists? Plaque, cheque, antique, unique, grotesque + picturesque. Catalogue, league, tongue, dialogue, fatigue + colleague.

Our other words this fortnight are: knowledge, learn, length, library, increase, important, imagine and island.

Having studied two contrasting pieces of art (both of which contained figures), we went into the wild area to make some poses of our own. We're going to modify these pictures over the coming weeks. I am looking forward to see how they turn out in the end.

Having studied two contrasting pieces of art (both of which contained figures), we went into the wild area to make some poses of our own. We're going to modify these pictures over the coming weeks. I am looking forward to see how they turn out in the end. 1
Having studied two contrasting pieces of art (both of which contained figures), we went into the wild area to make some poses of our own. We're going to modify these pictures over the coming weeks. I am looking forward to see how they turn out in the end. 2
Having studied two contrasting pieces of art (both of which contained figures), we went into the wild area to make some poses of our own. We're going to modify these pictures over the coming weeks. I am looking forward to see how they turn out in the end. 3
Having studied two contrasting pieces of art (both of which contained figures), we went into the wild area to make some poses of our own. We're going to modify these pictures over the coming weeks. I am looking forward to see how they turn out in the end. 4
Having studied two contrasting pieces of art (both of which contained figures), we went into the wild area to make some poses of our own. We're going to modify these pictures over the coming weeks. I am looking forward to see how they turn out in the end. 5
Having studied two contrasting pieces of art (both of which contained figures), we went into the wild area to make some poses of our own. We're going to modify these pictures over the coming weeks. I am looking forward to see how they turn out in the end. 6
Having studied two contrasting pieces of art (both of which contained figures), we went into the wild area to make some poses of our own. We're going to modify these pictures over the coming weeks. I am looking forward to see how they turn out in the end. 7

We all enjoyed an assembly about reading during World Book Day and everyone had a chance to visit the Book Fair and see the fantastic range of books on offer. Class 4GE did a 'conscience alley' to explore contrasting views of characters in a book. 4LS did some drama based on a play we've been studying - we enjoyed taking on the role of the different characters.

We all enjoyed an assembly about reading during World Book Day and everyone had a chance to visit the Book Fair and see the fantastic range of books on offer. Class 4GE did a 'conscience alley' to explore contrasting views of characters in a book. 4LS did some drama based on a play we've been studying - we enjoyed taking on the role of the different characters. 1
We all enjoyed an assembly about reading during World Book Day and everyone had a chance to visit the Book Fair and see the fantastic range of books on offer. Class 4GE did a 'conscience alley' to explore contrasting views of characters in a book. 4LS did some drama based on a play we've been studying - we enjoyed taking on the role of the different characters. 2
We all enjoyed an assembly about reading during World Book Day and everyone had a chance to visit the Book Fair and see the fantastic range of books on offer. Class 4GE did a 'conscience alley' to explore contrasting views of characters in a book. 4LS did some drama based on a play we've been studying - we enjoyed taking on the role of the different characters. 3
We all enjoyed an assembly about reading during World Book Day and everyone had a chance to visit the Book Fair and see the fantastic range of books on offer. Class 4GE did a 'conscience alley' to explore contrasting views of characters in a book. 4LS did some drama based on a play we've been studying - we enjoyed taking on the role of the different characters. 4
We all enjoyed an assembly about reading during World Book Day and everyone had a chance to visit the Book Fair and see the fantastic range of books on offer. Class 4GE did a 'conscience alley' to explore contrasting views of characters in a book. 4LS did some drama based on a play we've been studying - we enjoyed taking on the role of the different characters. 5

Examples of 4GE's DT day making Greek sandals last Thursday

Examples of 4GE's DT day making Greek sandals last Thursday 1
Examples of 4GE's DT day making Greek sandals last Thursday 2
Examples of 4GE's DT day making Greek sandals last Thursday 3
Examples of 4GE's DT day making Greek sandals last Thursday 4

In DT we discussed different styles of sandals. We considered the properties of different materials and the features we wanted to prioritise before designing some of our own. We focused on how our sandals would fasten and, by making a prototype first, ensured that our ideas worked. Our results were brilliant.

In DT we discussed different styles of sandals. We considered the properties of different materials and the features we wanted to prioritise before designing some of our own. We focused on how our sandals would fasten and, by making a prototype first, ensured that our ideas worked. Our results were brilliant. 1
In DT we discussed different styles of sandals. We considered the properties of different materials and the features we wanted to prioritise before designing some of our own. We focused on how our sandals would fasten and, by making a prototype first, ensured that our ideas worked. Our results were brilliant. 2
In DT we discussed different styles of sandals. We considered the properties of different materials and the features we wanted to prioritise before designing some of our own. We focused on how our sandals would fasten and, by making a prototype first, ensured that our ideas worked. Our results were brilliant. 3
In DT we discussed different styles of sandals. We considered the properties of different materials and the features we wanted to prioritise before designing some of our own. We focused on how our sandals would fasten and, by making a prototype first, ensured that our ideas worked. Our results were brilliant. 4
In DT we discussed different styles of sandals. We considered the properties of different materials and the features we wanted to prioritise before designing some of our own. We focused on how our sandals would fasten and, by making a prototype first, ensured that our ideas worked. Our results were brilliant. 5
In DT we discussed different styles of sandals. We considered the properties of different materials and the features we wanted to prioritise before designing some of our own. We focused on how our sandals would fasten and, by making a prototype first, ensured that our ideas worked. Our results were brilliant. 6
In DT we discussed different styles of sandals. We considered the properties of different materials and the features we wanted to prioritise before designing some of our own. We focused on how our sandals would fasten and, by making a prototype first, ensured that our ideas worked. Our results were brilliant. 7
In DT we discussed different styles of sandals. We considered the properties of different materials and the features we wanted to prioritise before designing some of our own. We focused on how our sandals would fasten and, by making a prototype first, ensured that our ideas worked. Our results were brilliant. 8

This fortnight we are thinking about prefixes which can alter the meaning of the root word so that it results in an opposite meaning. We are learning to spell: illegal, illogical, illegible, illiterate, unkind, unclear, unbelievable, disqualify, disobey and discolour. 

The words from our Year 3/4 spelling list are: group, guard, guide, heard, heart, height, weight and history.

Year 4 have been working hard in Literacy.

First, we wrote instructions on how to make mythical wings. We were inspired by the story of Icarus.

Now we are immersed in writing our own myths. We have created our own beasts. Our stories are inspired by the Greek myth of Theseus fighting the Minotaur.

Most of us have chosen to be the hero in our own myths. We'll keep you updated on how we manage to defeat our beast and escape the labyrinths...

We worked cooperatively in pairs to solve a range of problems related to time in our maths lessons today. Mrs Ellis and Mrs Stocks were really pleased with everybody.

We worked cooperatively in pairs to solve a range of problems related to time in our maths lessons today. Mrs Ellis and Mrs Stocks were really pleased with everybody. 1
We worked cooperatively in pairs to solve a range of problems related to time in our maths lessons today. Mrs Ellis and Mrs Stocks were really pleased with everybody. 2
We worked cooperatively in pairs to solve a range of problems related to time in our maths lessons today. Mrs Ellis and Mrs Stocks were really pleased with everybody. 3
We worked cooperatively in pairs to solve a range of problems related to time in our maths lessons today. Mrs Ellis and Mrs Stocks were really pleased with everybody. 4
We worked cooperatively in pairs to solve a range of problems related to time in our maths lessons today. Mrs Ellis and Mrs Stocks were really pleased with everybody. 5
We worked cooperatively in pairs to solve a range of problems related to time in our maths lessons today. Mrs Ellis and Mrs Stocks were really pleased with everybody. 6
We worked cooperatively in pairs to solve a range of problems related to time in our maths lessons today. Mrs Ellis and Mrs Stocks were really pleased with everybody. 7
We worked cooperatively in pairs to solve a range of problems related to time in our maths lessons today. Mrs Ellis and Mrs Stocks were really pleased with everybody. 8
Year 4 had an amazing day doing Forest Schools with Jo today. We focused on the values of kindness and understanding while completing a range of games and challenges. We even had some hot chocolate, fruit and biscuits during our break.

25.1.19

decision, revision, division, confusion, explosion, television

invasion, erosion, collision, conclusion, persuasion, illusion

These are our new spellings. Can you spot which spelling pattern we are focusing on?

 

11.1.19

This fortnight's spellings contain the letters 'sc' although they make a 's' sound. During this week we have: scent, scene, science, scissors, ascend and descend.

We are also working through the Year 3/4 spelling list; we're finishing the d's and moving onto the e's. Can you learn: difficult, disappear, early and earth.

If you need another copy of the Year 3/4 spelling list you can find it on-line or ask Mrs Stocks for a copy.

The great homework these people have done might give you some ideas too.

The great homework these people have done might give you some ideas too. 1
The great homework these people have done might give you some ideas too. 2
The great homework these people have done might give you some ideas too. 3
The great homework these people have done might give you some ideas too. 4
The great homework these people have done might give you some ideas too. 5
The great homework these people have done might give you some ideas too. 6
The great homework these people have done might give you some ideas too. 7
The great homework these people have done might give you some ideas too. 8
The great homework these people have done might give you some ideas too. 9

Happy New Year from all in Year 4!

We are excited to get stuck into our new themes and topics this term.

In Science we have already learned about what a 'Solid' is and discovered that although they are tricky to describe, we know many things that are solid. Solidity is all down to those tightly packed molecules!!

We are learning about Ancient Greece and in particular how their lives and learning still affect us today.

Look at these handsome chaps with their beards! Do you recognise any of their names? We are going to be studying the lives of famous Greeks in more detail soon, and contrasting them with the lives of famous people today.

 

                 Plato                                            Pythagoras                                           Socrates

 

 

14.12.18

Rather than start a new spelling rule in the final week of term, we're going to focus on a few homophones. Try learning these words; make sure you know what each spelling means. I wonder how many of you will score 10/10 for a star sticker in your learning journey?

groan, grown

peace, piece

main, mane

berry, bury

rain, rein

 

We all made a Christmas decoration for the tree in the hall. We will bring these home at the end of term.

We all made a Christmas decoration for the tree in the hall. We will bring these home at the end of term. 1
We all made a Christmas decoration for the tree in the hall. We will bring these home at the end of term. 2
We all made a Christmas decoration for the tree in the hall. We will bring these home at the end of term. 3
We all made a Christmas decoration for the tree in the hall. We will bring these home at the end of term. 4

7.12.18

If you scored 8, 9 or 10 in this week's spelling test, try learning these words: tremendous, courageous, adventurous, outrageous, humorous and glamorous. They follow the same spelling rule as last week. 

These are the words from the Year 3/4 spelling list too: continue, decide, describe and different.

If you didn't score 8 or more, relearn the words from last week. You need to improve your score.

We learned about using electric motors and pulleys to create movement when making fairground rides in DT yesterday

We  learned about using electric motors and pulleys to create movement when making fairground rides in DT yesterday 1 Great treamwork to make swing seats!
We  learned about using electric motors and pulleys to create movement when making fairground rides in DT yesterday 2 Fabulous concentration!
We  learned about using electric motors and pulleys to create movement when making fairground rides in DT yesterday 3 Discussing to get the right ideas!
We  learned about using electric motors and pulleys to create movement when making fairground rides in DT yesterday 4 Proud creators!
We  learned about using electric motors and pulleys to create movement when making fairground rides in DT yesterday 5 Hard work gets the job done!
We  learned about using electric motors and pulleys to create movement when making fairground rides in DT yesterday 6 Attention to detail on the decoroating stage!

Week commencing 3.12.18

This week's spellings are using the spelling rule  -ous

jealous, serious, curious, anxious, obvious, hideous

Then from the Year 3/4 words

certain, circle, complete, consider

Please check your child's learning journey for any personalised spellings

This week we have been measuring and converting in maths.

This week we have been measuring and converting in maths. 1
This week we have been measuring and converting in maths. 2
This week we have been measuring and converting in maths. 3

Did you know there are 100cm in a metre and 10mm in a cm?

On Friday we enjoyed measuring items around the classroom and converting the measurements by multiplying and dividing by 10 or 100.

16/11/18

It's time for a new spelling rule. What sound can you hear in all these words? Look at the different ways that we can spell that sound. Remember, we also have 4 words a week from our Year 3/4 Word list now too. The ones for this week (and next) are below.

vein

veil

eight

weigh

obey

grey

 

reign

sleigh

eighty

neighbour

beige

Word List words: breath, breathe, build, business 

Week commencing 23/11/18: calendar, caught, centre, century

 

 

On Friday 9th November Year 4 enjoyed a fantastic day out at Armley Mills in Leeds. We travelled back in time to experience what it might have been like to be at school during the Victorian era. We also had a chance to look at the equipment which was originally used to produce the cloth in the mill.

On Friday 9th November Year 4 enjoyed a fantastic day out at Armley Mills in Leeds. We travelled back in time to experience what it might have been like to be at school during the Victorian era. We also had a chance to look at the equipment which was originally used to produce the cloth in the mill. 1
On Friday 9th November Year 4 enjoyed a fantastic day out at Armley Mills in Leeds. We travelled back in time to experience what it might have been like to be at school during the Victorian era. We also had a chance to look at the equipment which was originally used to produce the cloth in the mill. 2
On Friday 9th November Year 4 enjoyed a fantastic day out at Armley Mills in Leeds. We travelled back in time to experience what it might have been like to be at school during the Victorian era. We also had a chance to look at the equipment which was originally used to produce the cloth in the mill. 3
On Friday 9th November Year 4 enjoyed a fantastic day out at Armley Mills in Leeds. We travelled back in time to experience what it might have been like to be at school during the Victorian era. We also had a chance to look at the equipment which was originally used to produce the cloth in the mill. 4
On Friday 9th November Year 4 enjoyed a fantastic day out at Armley Mills in Leeds. We travelled back in time to experience what it might have been like to be at school during the Victorian era. We also had a chance to look at the equipment which was originally used to produce the cloth in the mill. 5
On Friday 9th November Year 4 enjoyed a fantastic day out at Armley Mills in Leeds. We travelled back in time to experience what it might have been like to be at school during the Victorian era. We also had a chance to look at the equipment which was originally used to produce the cloth in the mill. 6
On Friday 9th November Year 4 enjoyed a fantastic day out at Armley Mills in Leeds. We travelled back in time to experience what it might have been like to be at school during the Victorian era. We also had a chance to look at the equipment which was originally used to produce the cloth in the mill. 7
On Friday 9th November Year 4 enjoyed a fantastic day out at Armley Mills in Leeds. We travelled back in time to experience what it might have been like to be at school during the Victorian era. We also had a chance to look at the equipment which was originally used to produce the cloth in the mill. 8
On Friday 9th November Year 4 enjoyed a fantastic day out at Armley Mills in Leeds. We travelled back in time to experience what it might have been like to be at school during the Victorian era. We also had a chance to look at the equipment which was originally used to produce the cloth in the mill. 9
On Friday 9th November Year 4 enjoyed a fantastic day out at Armley Mills in Leeds. We travelled back in time to experience what it might have been like to be at school during the Victorian era. We also had a chance to look at the equipment which was originally used to produce the cloth in the mill. 10
On Friday 9th November Year 4 enjoyed a fantastic day out at Armley Mills in Leeds. We travelled back in time to experience what it might have been like to be at school during the Victorian era. We also had a chance to look at the equipment which was originally used to produce the cloth in the mill. 11
On Friday 9th November Year 4 enjoyed a fantastic day out at Armley Mills in Leeds. We travelled back in time to experience what it might have been like to be at school during the Victorian era. We also had a chance to look at the equipment which was originally used to produce the cloth in the mill. 12
On Friday 9th November Year 4 enjoyed a fantastic day out at Armley Mills in Leeds. We travelled back in time to experience what it might have been like to be at school during the Victorian era. We also had a chance to look at the equipment which was originally used to produce the cloth in the mill. 13
On Friday 9th November Year 4 enjoyed a fantastic day out at Armley Mills in Leeds. We travelled back in time to experience what it might have been like to be at school during the Victorian era. We also had a chance to look at the equipment which was originally used to produce the cloth in the mill. 14
On Friday 9th November Year 4 enjoyed a fantastic day out at Armley Mills in Leeds. We travelled back in time to experience what it might have been like to be at school during the Victorian era. We also had a chance to look at the equipment which was originally used to produce the cloth in the mill. 15
On Friday 9th November Year 4 enjoyed a fantastic day out at Armley Mills in Leeds. We travelled back in time to experience what it might have been like to be at school during the Victorian era. We also had a chance to look at the equipment which was originally used to produce the cloth in the mill. 16

26.10.18

Our spellings for over half term and for the following week are below. You will notice that we are now not only covering the 'spelling rule' but we are adding 4 words from our Year 3/4 word list for you to learn too. Good luck.

I hope everyone has a fantastic half-term.

Internet

interval

interview

interact

interchange

interrupt

accident

actual

address

answer

 

interfere

interactive

interrelate

intervention

intermediate

international

appear

arrive

believe

bicycle

Class 4GE enjoyed a lovely sunny afrernoon painting outside (en plein air) like the French Impressionists.

Class 4GE enjoyed a lovely sunny afrernoon painting outside (en plein air) like the French Impressionists. 1
Class 4GE enjoyed a lovely sunny afrernoon painting outside (en plein air) like the French Impressionists. 2
Class 4GE enjoyed a lovely sunny afrernoon painting outside (en plein air) like the French Impressionists. 3
Class 4GE enjoyed a lovely sunny afrernoon painting outside (en plein air) like the French Impressionists. 4
Class 4GE enjoyed a lovely sunny afrernoon painting outside (en plein air) like the French Impressionists. 5
Class 4GE enjoyed a lovely sunny afrernoon painting outside (en plein air) like the French Impressionists. 6
Class 4GE enjoyed a lovely sunny afrernoon painting outside (en plein air) like the French Impressionists. 7
Class 4GE enjoyed a lovely sunny afrernoon painting outside (en plein air) like the French Impressionists. 8
Class 4GE enjoyed a lovely sunny afrernoon painting outside (en plein air) like the French Impressionists. 9
Class 4GE enjoyed a lovely sunny afrernoon painting outside (en plein air) like the French Impressionists. 10
Class 4GE enjoyed a lovely sunny afrernoon painting outside (en plein air) like the French Impressionists. 11
Class 4GE enjoyed a lovely sunny afrernoon painting outside (en plein air) like the French Impressionists. 12
Class 4GE enjoyed a lovely sunny afrernoon painting outside (en plein air) like the French Impressionists. 13
Class 4GE enjoyed a lovely sunny afrernoon painting outside (en plein air) like the French Impressionists. 14
Class 4GE enjoyed a lovely sunny afrernoon painting outside (en plein air) like the French Impressionists. 15
Class 4GE enjoyed a lovely sunny afrernoon painting outside (en plein air) like the French Impressionists. 16

In Science we are learning about electricity. Making our own circuits and switches has been fun.

Congratulations to the 21 children who achieved full marks in this week's spelling test. We had some tricky words to learn. Over the next two weeks we will be focusing on adverbs. I expect a lot more than 21 of you will get full marks this week to earn the star sticker in your Learning Journey.

sadly

slowly

finally

rudely

nicely

happily

angrily

cheekily

sleepily

hastily

Can you do these 'Challenge Words' too? Do you recognise the 'auto' prefix from last week?

automatically

frantically

dramatically

heroically

magically

comically

practically

numerically

enthusiastically

characteristically

 

 

Year 4 classes enjoyed a cookery demonstation this week, which showed us how to cook healthy meals using Quorn- a healthy alternative to meat.

Year 4 classes enjoyed a cookery demonstation this week, which showed us how to cook healthy meals using Quorn- a healthy alternative to meat. 1
Year 4 classes enjoyed a cookery demonstation this week, which showed us how to cook healthy meals using Quorn- a healthy alternative to meat. 2
Year 4 classes enjoyed a cookery demonstation this week, which showed us how to cook healthy meals using Quorn- a healthy alternative to meat. 3
Year 4 classes enjoyed a cookery demonstation this week, which showed us how to cook healthy meals using Quorn- a healthy alternative to meat. 4
Year 4 classes enjoyed a cookery demonstation this week, which showed us how to cook healthy meals using Quorn- a healthy alternative to meat. 5
Year 4 classes enjoyed a cookery demonstation this week, which showed us how to cook healthy meals using Quorn- a healthy alternative to meat. 6
Year 4 classes enjoyed a cookery demonstation this week, which showed us how to cook healthy meals using Quorn- a healthy alternative to meat. 7
Year 4 classes enjoyed a cookery demonstation this week, which showed us how to cook healthy meals using Quorn- a healthy alternative to meat. 8

There are some tricky spellings to tackle this week. I wonder who will achieve full marks in order to get another star sticker in the front of their Learning Journey. I am looking forward to finding out.

pilot

autopilot

autograph

autocue

automatic

automobile

biography

autobiography

autobiographies

autobiographical

4GE have a new Maths working wall and we can use conkers to help us in our maths!

4GE have a new Maths working wall and we can use conkers to help us in our maths! 1
4GE have a new Maths working wall and we can use conkers to help us in our maths! 2
4GE have a new Maths working wall and we can use conkers to help us in our maths! 3
4GE have a new Maths working wall and we can use conkers to help us in our maths! 4

We really enjoyed our first forest session with Jo despite the rain!

We really enjoyed our first forest session with Jo despite the rain! 1
We really enjoyed our first forest session with Jo despite the rain! 2

In PSHE we have been considering the skills required to work well within our classes.

In PSHE we have been considering the skills required to work well within our classes. 1
In PSHE we have been considering the skills required to work well within our classes. 2
In PSHE we have been considering the skills required to work well within our classes. 3

Our weekly rugby sessions with Huddersfield Giants

Our weekly rugby sessions with Huddersfield Giants 1
Our weekly rugby sessions with Huddersfield Giants 2

We have been thrilled with the spelling test scores for the majority of pupils over the last two weeks when we have been revising work on prefixes. There have been lots of 'full marks' so well done.

Over the next two weeks we will be studying words containing sure/ture. This is the first set of ten words to learn.

measure

treasure

pleasure

enclosure

leisure

mixture

capture

adventure

creature

picture

If you can score 8 or more when we do our test on Thursday, these will be the challenge words we are going to ask you to learn. Can you spot a word we've added to try and catch you out?

measurement

leisurely

capturing

pictured

composure

reassure

furniture

nature

puncture

teacher

Finally, we mustn't forget Mrs Woodhead's spelling group who are revising the spellings for the months of the year this fortnight. They are discussing the seasons too. Work hard - we're looking forward to seeing how well you can do with these tricky spellings.

 

Class 4GE had great fun on Roald Dahl day. We enjoyed dressing up and looked at the Centipede's Song from James and the Giant Peach. We had a go at writing our own version where we were a class who loved to eat revolting things. See if you can spot the strangest thing we like to eat!

 

Class 4GE’s favourite food song

 

“We’ve eaten many strange and scrumptious dishes in our time,

Like wabub flesh and curried moon-cheese and green mucus cooked in slime,

And dragon’s feet - they’re really neat

When roasted in their prime.

(but don’t forget the dragon blood and a piece of stinky lime!”)

 

“We’ve eaten fresh fish skin from the greatest cod there are,

And scrambled snails and slugs and warthogs stewed in tar,

And pails of three headed worms and rotten butterflies

And gone off zombie guts near and far.

(Zombie guts are improved by mouldy slime from a jar.”)

 

“We often eat boiled cats tails. They’re grand when served beside

Minced frog’s flesh and curried worm pie. And have you ever tried

Spiced rats and mouldy cats hats

Most sizzlingly fried?

(The only trouble is that cats tails can get dried.”)

 

“We’re mad for slushy mud on a piece of buttered toast,

And pickled juice of ants. And then a gorgeous roast

Of goat flesh, well hung not fresh-

It costs a hundred dojos at most.

(And frog’s eyes and sour slugs can be sent to you by post.”)

 

“We crave the tasty shark kebabs of the North Sea for tea,

We love spider skewers. We crave spiky stewers, and surely you’ll agree

A plate of rotten banana

A super recipe.

(We hardly need mention rat stew- All the more for us if you disagree!!”)

 

“For dinner on our birthdays shall we tell you what we choose:

Fish gut soup and jigglebug gloop on a bed of worn out shoes-

And a rather putrid dish

Made of fox’s nose and rotting migglewish.

(The migglewish is delicious but you have to hold your nose.”)

 

“Now comes,” Class 4GE declare, “The reason for our speech:

These foods are rare beyond compare – some are right out of reach;

But there’s no doubt we’d go without

A million plates of each

For one small mite,

One tiny bite,

Of our troublesome times-tabling teach (Mrs Ellis!”)

 

 

 

 

 

 

Welcome to Year 4!

Our teachers are Mrs Stocks and Mrs Lambley in class 4LS with support from Mrs Woodhead.

In class 4GE the teacher are Mrs Ellis and Mrs Greenough with support from Mrs Taylor.

Year 4 are excited about our swimming lessons on Wednesday afternoons.

This half term we have brilliant Rugby lessons delivered by the Huddersfield Giants on Thursday so all children will need their outdoor PE kit in school all week.

Our topic is the Victorians. Thank you to everyone who completed their homework. We had some fantastic learning brought back to school. Those that took part have really boosted their topic knowledge. Well done!

Children can continue to practice their TTrockstars at home and continue their journey to becoming Rock Legends!

4GE's Victorian display

4GE's Victorian display 1
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