Year 4

Mrs Wardle, Miss Woods, Mrs Graham and Mrs Fulton Wren

Welcome to Year 4!

Hello! Year 4 is made up of 34 children; our teacher is Mrs Wardle and our teaching assistant in Miss Woods. This term we are looking forward to learning all about the Groovy Greeks, including their daily life, famous Greeks, the Olympics, their beliefs and their influence on the western world. We are also excited to have the opportunity to go swimming this term. Keep popping back to our class page to stay up to date with our journey through to year 5!





Super Scientists!

Year 4 have been creating electrical circuits to test insulators and conductors. We designed our own experiments and loved testing them to find out the results.

Fa la la la la la la la la!

This week, some our amazing singers from Years 3, 4, 5 and 6 were joined by Tim West from Sun FM to record some verses for a special Christmas song. We recorded verses for 22 days to go… and 11 days to go… so you will soon be able to hear our children on Sun FM radio. We should be played on the 3rd December and the 14th of December. Keep yours ears open…

Hockey Superstars!

Last week, some of our Year 4 children took part in a Hockey tournament with other local schools. We are so proud of you all – well done for superb skills, behaviour and attitude!

It’s all Greek to me!

A huge thank you to all of the family and friends of our Year 4 children for attending our Greek WOW morning. It was great to see so many of you at school. We all had a super morning painting our Greek vases, writing hidden messages to each other using the Greek alphabet and even tasting Greek food whilst being blindfolded. Have a look at the photos for some fab reactions.

Exploring Ancient Greece

This week, Year 4 visited Palace Green Library to take part in an Ancient Greek workshop. We had fun handling real Greek artefacts, exploring the museum gallery, building our own temples, playing traditional Greek games and even performing our own Greek play. A super way to kick off our Ancient Greek topic!

Groovy Greeks

We started our new topic this week…The Groovy Greeks. As well as writing the myth of Theseus and the Minotaur, we spent some time researching our own lines of interest around Ancient Greece. Why don’t you ask us what we found out?

The street of the cup-makers…

Do you know what the street of the cup-makers is called? Year 3 do. Today we visited it as part of our Viking topic. We visited the beautiful York to explore the famous Viking city of Jorvik. We travelled by train to York and explored the city including York Minster, ...

Exploring Sikhism

On Monday, we were visited by staff from Durham's Oriental Museum. They brought lots of interesting artifacts to help us explore the religion Sikhism. Everyone was fascinated and had lots of questions about what they showed us. Do you know how long the material for a...

Magnetic Magic

Today, Year 3 have been exploring magnets. We thought about which objects might be magnetic and then tested each object to see if our predictions were correct. We discovered that some of the magnets would hold more than one object and some magnets were so strong we...

World Book Day Fun

Well done everyone for your great effort to dress up as your favourite characters for World Book Day. You all looked...

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