Year 4


Harry Potter day 6th January

To celebrate the hard work during the Autumn Term's literacy topic, we had a Harry Potter celebration day. The children were asked to come in fancy dress. The costumes were excellent with prizes given to:

Millie Jefferson - Hedwig

Joseph Stollery- Professor Quirrel

Daniel Loader- Hagrid

Harrison Joel- Dobby

Erin Micallef- Moaning Myrtle

Ryan Sibley- Hagrid

We played a game of Quidditch, had potions and pumpkin juice to drink, tasted Bertie Bott's Every Flavour Beans, made cakes which when bitten into would decide which of the four houses the children would be in, a Harry Potter quiz and finally watched the Philosopher's Stone.

Lego Creativity 13th January

The children began the day by working in small groups to try to explain what 'creativity' means to them. They then used those ideas to think about jobs which require you to be creative and realised that there are thousands!

The first challenge with LEGO involved the children creating their version of Christmas using only 21 pieces of LEGO.

The next challenge was to build 'cold' using 15 pieces of LEGO.

The main task that they were set was to create a toy. They needed to think about who the toy was for, its unique selling point, the design, the product value and a logo. Once they had planned, they built they toy using the LEGO. After lunch the children used iMovie to film, take photographs and record an advert for their toys.

To see some examples of the work please visit us in class.


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Please find attached a letter regarding the Christmas Fayre on Thursday 29th November. 

Important Dates

12th Nov 2018

Dear Parents/Carers,We have a busy term ahead! Please see attached some information and dates for y...

Newsletter 26/10/18

26th Oct 2018

Dear Parents/ Carers,Today is the end of a very busy half term and time for you all to spend some t...

Dear Parents/Guardians,On return to school, after half term, Y1-Y6 will be starting a whole school ...