Autumn Term 2019
The children are studying “Rule Britannica!” this term.
Summer Term 2019
Year 4’s studies this term will lead them to discover the “Awesome Egyptians”.
The children have been learning about the importance of the River Nile and some of the sites located along it.They have also learnt about the Rosetta Stone and looked at hieroglyphics, creating messages to each other using these hieroglyphics.
In their D.T. lessons, Year 4 have been looking at Egyptian Shadufs and making prototypes.
Trip To Brighton Museum
The trip to Brighton Museum was brilliant; the children explored the museum and examined the artefacts. They learnt about Ancient Egyptian life and mummified a dummy.
I am an Egyptian!
Year 4 enjoyed various activities during Science Week including extracting DNA from a strawberry and making DNA bracelets.
DNA from a strawberrry
Spring Term 2019
“Ain’t No Mountain High Enough” was Year 4’s topic during the spring.
Year 4 learned about division in Maths using a variety of apparatus to help them.
Learning how to divide.
Climbing Wall Day
The children faced the challenge of the climbing wall, made white rocky mountain and performed a science investigation.
Climbing with confidence.
Year 4 performed at a violin recital for their parents after only a term’s tuition - Mr Hill was really proud of them.
Following the conductor’s instructions.
Autumn Term 2018
The topic this term was "Stones & Bones".
Cake Sale for Zoe’s Charity, Caudwell Children
Year 4 held a Cake Sale and raised over £440 for Caudwell Children.
All ready to sell cakes.
The children wrote non-chronological reports about imaginary animals that lived in the Stone Age.
Superb Non-Chronological Report Writing
Year 4 wrote postcards after imagining they had travelled back to the Stone Age.
Stone Age Postcards.
Visit to Worthing Museum
The children explored Worthing Museum, focusing on the artefacts from Stone Age times. They also participated in an archaeological dig and were able to handle the relics they found.