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Year 4

Year 4  2018-2019

Welcome to Year 4

Welcome to Year 4! I hope you had an amazing summer holiday and are now excited, and ready to learn, in the busy term ahead of us.

I have many interesting things planned to guarantee we have a fun year, as well as being challenged and in line with the higher expectations of Year 4. Our topic over this term is ‘An United Kingdom: Anglo-Saxon Invasion’, where we will explore the Anglo-Saxons and examine what we can discover about them from sources. We will be learning all of our subjects cross curricularly in this topic. I am delighted to be your teacher again and I am looking forward to our learning journey together.

Miss Smith

Tuesday 6th November - English/History

We have been looking at 'Where the Poppies Now Grow' by Hilary Robinson and Martin Impey in our work on the WW1 Centenary. We wrote this poem together, in the style of the text.

 

This is the field where the poppies now grow.

 

Crimson poppies surround our memories,

As those forgotten are remembered again.

This is the field where the poppies now grow.

 

The hope of God beams through the clouds,

As a shimmering light to all those we’ve lost,

We share His hope that this will be the last blood spilt in war,

Crimson poppies surround our memories,

As those forgotten are remembered again.

This is the field where the poppies now grow.

 

Trenches, cold and worn, the soldiers remembered,

By the scarred lands and lost souls beneath the dark skies,

The hope of God beams through the clouds,

As a shimmering light to all those we’ve lost,

We share His hope that this will be the last blood spilt in war,

Crimson poppies surround our memories,

As those forgotten are remembered again.

This is the field where the poppies now grow.

 

Scarlet poppies with dark black hearts give hope to those who survive,

In this day where we support all who have lived and died for us,

Trenches, cold and worn, the soldiers remembered,

By the scarred lands and lost souls beneath the dark skies,

The hope of God beams through the clouds,

As a shimmering light to all those we’ve lost,

We share His hope that this will be the last blood spilt in war,

Crimson poppies surround our memories,

As those forgotten are remembered again.

This is the field where the poppies now grow.

Our Class RE Display and Prayer Table

Our Class RE Display and Prayer Table 1

October 10th - Science: We made 'ear-gongs' to investigate how sound travels.

October 10th - Science: We made 'ear-gongs' to investigate how sound travels. 1
October 10th - Science: We made 'ear-gongs' to investigate how sound travels. 2
October 10th - Science: We made 'ear-gongs' to investigate how sound travels. 3

October 4th - The Rotary Club gifted us some dictionaries.

October 4th - The Rotary Club gifted us some dictionaries. 1

September 20th - RE BIG QUESTION: What is God Like?

September 20th - RE BIG QUESTION: What is God Like? 1

First Week in Year Four! - We made cards to welcome our Buddies to Sacred Heart

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