We have had a brilliant half term in Year 4, and we are super proud of how well the children have settled in. We particularly enjoyed our trip to Ufton Court where learnt lots about Anglo-Saxon life. The children learnt how to make a fire, weave wool and conducted their own courtroom trials. We then used some of the facts that we learnt to help us write a non-chronological report in English. The children have also worked really hard in PE, and put together brilliant sequences in our gymnastics unit. They then enjoyed performing these to their partner class. They have also made a super start to learning the ukulele in our music sessions and we look forward to continuing with this next half term. Well done Lions and Bears!
Year 4 had a fantastic day at Ufton Court. We spent time learning about Saxon games, Saxon skills and crime and punishment. The children learnt how to make thread, make a wall and create sparks. In the afternoon, we spent time creating a mock trial and deciding what punishments the accused deserved. A brilliant day!