Year 3 and 4 enjoyed exploring Pit Rivers and the Museum of Natural History in Oxford.
To help celebrate the American 'Rocks and Roll' topic Years 3 and 4 enjoyed a shared lunch. Much preparation went into the day which culminated in a feast of hot dogs, coleslaw, salad, potato wedges, with a banana split for dessert.
Year 3 and 4 invited their parents to a grand Autumn term topic finale for a tea party inspired by Roald Dahl's Revolting Recipes. Instead of serving up Dragon's Blood and Bird Poo, they decided to share their culinary expertise and had a menu consisting of Wonka Chocolate Hat Lollies, Cheesy Walking Sticks, Tomato Pin Wheels and Twit's Krispie [...]
Dear Parents, Do you have information that might help us? Have you seen anything peculiar written in a strange language? Your School Needs You! Years 3 and 4 have discovered a strange note that was hidden inside a snack box at play time today. The children have briefly written reports with details of what has [...]
Following a visit from 'The Bee Team' and their hive, the children of Years 3 and 4, (plus two year 5s) engaged in a week of learning about bees. With an emphasis on team work and creating their own challenges and tasks, the children focussed on several areas of learning all with a view to [...]
On Friday 20th May 2016, Years 3 and 4 had an excellent experience making, eating and evaluating their ‘school-made’ pizzas. Across the day, posters were created in groups, which aimed to capture the attention of, and convince, potential buyers to eat their scrumptious pizzas. “There were so many delicious toppings to choose from to make [...]
Years 3 and 4 arrived looking splendid in their home made costumes. Well done all! We have enjoyed a day packed full of exciting Roman related activities and learning. The day began by creating shields which were then painted in our chosen Roman Army colours. The Big Debate took place after break time, when we [...]
Having been presented with cocktail sticks and a selection of small jelly sweets during a Maths lesson, Year 3 were asked to investigate angles in 3D shapes. They enjoyed exploring creating 3D shapes and then using their angle eaters to find right angles, acute angles and obtuse angles.
Years 3 and 4 have been creating cardboard models of animals and huts for there African topic. Having honed their shaping, joining and painting skills, the models are nearing completion and we look forward to showing them off soon.