There has been some amazing narrative writing in Year 4 this week. Here is an example of the opening to one story from 4P:
In the middle of her wrinkly face, that was covered in plenty of warts, was a pair of unblinking eyes scanning Kacey as she trembled across the room holding steadily a saucer, spoon and the delicate china cup filled with pure sugared tea. In the upper right corner of the room, next to the slightly opened window, which had beige curtains, was grumpy Grandma slouched in her chair, her back arched and an angry expression on her face.
Year 4 were scientists in action today, creating a range of slimes and concoctions as part of their ‘Potions’ topic. Gasps and wows a plenty!
The Great Viking Bake Off was a huge success this afternoon. Many thanks for all of the support from the many parents that attended. Results to follow when we return from the half term break…
Amazing writing has appeared in the Y4 corridor recounting the ‘It’s a raid!’ Wow day. Congratulations to our incedible writers!
Year 4 have started their new topic with an incredible wow day about Viking and Anglo-Saxon life. Today’s theatre show and workshop helped to immerse the children in the period, as did he wonderful costumes on show!
Year 4’s African drumming sessions came to an end today with fantastic performances that showcased their learning. Excellent inter-dependence and cooperation was on show, as well as plenty of tapping toes!