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Thank you for visiting our page. It is full of all the interesting and exciting things we get up to every day.

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Every week we will celebrate a member of the class who has truly shone and deserves special recognition for doing so.


week 2 - Max - for a great start to Year 4!

week 3 - Mikaela - for being an amazing example to others

Week 4 - Michael - for an excellent improvement in confidence

week 5 - Mollie - for always being positive and enthusiastic

Week 6 - Aldin - for always giving his all to his lessons and classmates

Our class wish...


Be the best version of yourself.


We have talked about how important a fresh start can be and that we must always look to the future.

We created some artwork by looking at ourselves in a mirror and imagining all the amazing things we can achieve by striving to be the best version of ourselves. Stay tunes to see which children have proven to be showing the best version of themselves and their true capabilities.

Science - Classifying British Plants


Oral storytelling -

The Mammoth Hunt

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We have very much enjoyed learning our Oral Story - the Mammoth hunt.

We are learning it by heart and doing lots of activities to help us with this.

Our teamwork, oral language skills and confidence will all improve because of this!

Maths No Problem


In Year 4 we work very hard on our problem solving skills during our Maths No Problem lessons. 

Using our virtues of being Curious, active and attentive we have worked together in groups to solve our problems practically!

Den Building Hook for Stig of the Dump


Today we were introduced to our new class novel - Stig of the Dump by Clive King. As an introduction, we set about designing and then building our own Dens using limited materials. It helped our understanding of the story, by reusing items that we could find but also our team work skills. Miss Purcell tested they were sturdy and waterproof with a watering can and only a few drops made their way in!

Well done Year 4.