Miss Oxtoby, Mrs Barton, Mr Cooper and the children welcome you to Class 4's page!
This term our topic will be 'Extreme Environments. This will be a Geography based topic in which we will learn about various environments around the world.
We look forward to a very successful, challenging but importantly fun year in Class 4!
This term we will be learning about the following:
Literacy - Persuasive writing, poetry and explanation texts
Numeracy - Place value, negative numbers, addition, subtraction, multiplication and division, coordinates, statistics, fractions, decimals and percentages. As well as continuing weekly and daily CLIC sessions and weekly mental arithmetic sessions.
Topic - Extreme Environments (History, Geography, Art)
Science - Properties and changes of material
RE - Hopes and Visions
PE - Ball skills and Circuit Training
PHSE - circle time activities relating to decision making
Music - Brass lessons
Amazing Monarch Week
In the final week of term, the whole school covered the topic 'Amazing Monarchs' to celebrate Queen Elizabeth II becoming the longest reigning British monarch. Class 4 focused on Queen Victoria. We wrote a short biography of her life, created pencil portraits and also designed and made wooden photograph frames. We ended the week with dressing up as Kings and Queens and celebrated with afternoon tea. Make sure you take time to look at the display in the school corridor!
Science - Our Solar System
ICT day at Wawne Primary
A few Year 6 pupils had the opportunity to attend an ICT day led by Intel Education at Wawne Primary School.
Jes Parkin (Author) visits Class 4
Jes Parkin, a local author, visited Class 4 to talk about the history of the local fishing heritage in Hull. Jes also read an extract from one of her books - Tommy Ellis Goes to Sea'. The book (which is one of the trilogy) is a fictional story based around the city of Hull and a young boy whos father is a trawlerman. Jes was very interesing and we are now reading the rest of the story in class.
World Book Day
William Wilberforce and Maritime Museum Visit
As part of their recent topics, Class 4 visited the William Wilberforce Museum and Martime Museum in Hull. The children have been learning about slavery and the abolition of slavery this term so visited the museum to discover the impact of William Wilberforce abolition campaign. As the children looked at the Hull Fishing trade linked to the Arctic last term, we also visited the Maritime museum.
Welcome to Class 4’s page
As part of their recent topics, Class 4 visited the William Wilberforce Museum in Hull. The children have been learning about slavery and the abolition of slavery this term so visited the museum to discover the impact of William Wilberforce...