Year 3/4Mrs Wallace, Mrs Twentyman and Mrs Strassheim
Welcome to Year 3/4!
Everyone in Year 3/4 works extremely hard to achieve their goals and push themselves forward every day. The children love working together to learn new things.
Helping the children in Scarlet Class are Mrs Wallace, Mrs Twentyman and our teaching assistant Mrs Strassheim. They will be working hard to help every child to achieve their best.
This year will be packed with exciting learning opportunities. In the autumn term we will be learning about earthquakes and volcanoes. In the spring term we will be learning about the Romans and then in the summer term we will be learning all about healthy living.
Keep checking here and the Twitter page to see what the children in the Year 3/4 team get up to!
Silver Class have been busy this week working on the production line in our factory. We all arrived at work early on Monday morning eager to design and make our products. Using saws, drills, paints and wheels we each created a Viking Cam toy following a strict design...read more
We all know that we need to drink plenty of water every day to keep us healthy, but have you ever wondered what would happen to your teeth if you put juice or your favourite drink into your water bottle instead of water? Orange Class decided to find out. [gallery...read more
This afternoon Silver Class have been busy scientists! Using tights, crackers, orange juice and water we recreated the human digestive system. We loved squeezing all the food down our small intestines then pushing the 'waste' out of the large intestine. Now our...read more
Our annual Sainsbury's School Games Day kicked off with a bang on Friday 18th May 2018! The children in Key Stage 2, 1 and Reception enjoyed participating in a range of activities relating to the Olympic and Paralympic values. The events included: netball, hockey,...read more
We can do it! We are mastering fractions in Scarlet Class. Ask us about unit fractions, non-unit fractions, improper fractions, mixed number fractions and equivalent fractions. We found building the improper fractions with cubes helped us to understand the equivalent...read more