Year 4 Geography and History

Here are Year 4’s new Knowledge Organisers for our Ancient Egyptian topic that we are teaching across the Autumn term. This year, we have begun to explore Geographical and Historical aspects of the subject, widening our children’s knowledge and deepening their understanding. They are very much stuck in to the world of the Ancient Egyptians and have even been enjoying some exciting Egyptian dance in our P.E lessons!

Geography – Ancient Egyptians KO History – Ancient Egyptians KO 

Hand-Washing Workshop

4I participated in a fantastic, information-packed workshop last week. They learned all about germs and how they are spread, as well as the huge significance of washing our hands properly, regularly throughout the day. 
Do you know if you was your hands thoroughly enough, every time? Here they are, practising to give their hands a good scrub!

Hand washing workshop

On Tuesday, we had a visitor who showed us how to wash our hands properly. She used a special cream that showed up the areas on our hands that had been missed under UV light. It was extremely insightful!!

Introducing… Writing Support Videos!

Over the coming weeks, we will upload new writing support videos onto your class blogs. These will be uploaded on a Monday, and we encourage you to send in your writing to your class email whilst we are doing our Home Learning. Each class will then have a ‘Writer of the Week’ who will receive a certificate and a prize for their efforts. We hope you enjoy these videos, and would love some feedback on them.

Happy writing everyone!

VE Day Competition Winners

Well done to everyone who entered their VE Day bunting into our competition. We loved seeing all the entries; they were full of colour and detail!

The winners were……. Olivia (Y1) (KS1) and Niamh (Y6) (KS2).

Congratulations!

Take a look at all the entries below. Thanks again for entering everyone!

Welcome to our school blog!

Our  blog will be updated regularly with information about school events, examples of children’s learning and also additional work and support for children at home.
Our class blogs provide our children with a real audience and purpose for writing, as well as sharing photos of the learning we undertake.
Please feel free to comment and give us feedback on any of our posts.
Your comments will be monitored before going live and then will be shared with the children.
Enjoy!