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In History, 4 Knights have been learning about the Roman Empire and its impact on Britain. Their investigations lead to them researching into the British resistance to occupation and Boudicca's role in this. They then used their knowledge to make Boudicca Top Trump Cards. Take a look!

4 Knights Roman Diary Entries

This week, Anay has worked hard to create an informative and well structured fact file on Boudicca. Well done Anay!

This week, Anay has worked hard to create an informative and well structured fact file on Boudicca. Well done Anay! 1

Felicity utilised her artistic skills to draw different living things that she observed in her local environment for Science. Well done Felicity!

Felicity utilised her artistic skills to draw different living things that she observed in her local environment for Science. Well done Felicity! 1

Imogen has once again been incredibly motivated in her learning. She has created a poster documenting the various living things in her local environmnet, aced her spelling test and made an artistic and factual Top Trump card of Boudicca. Well done Imogen!

Throughout lockdown, Ritvik has challenged himself to carry out 30 minutes of running each day. Well done for keeping your body and mind healthy Ritvik!

Throughout lockdown, Ritvik has challenged himself to carry out 30 minutes of running each day. Well done for keeping your body and mind healthy Ritvik! 1

Check out 4 Knight's fabulous ear defender designs and creations!

Imogen has been motivated to achieve her best in her English Home Learning. She correctly identified various features in a Diary Entry, as well as conducted her paragraph challenge to a high standard. Well done Imogen!

Imogen has been motivated to achieve her best in her English Home Learning. She correctly identified various features in a Diary Entry, as well as conducted her paragraph challenge to a high standard. Well done Imogen! 1
Imogen has been motivated to achieve her best in her English Home Learning. She correctly identified various features in a Diary Entry, as well as conducted her paragraph challenge to a high standard. Well done Imogen! 2

Anay has once again challenged himself to conduct his home learning to the higest standard, as well as find time to make a mini catapult! Well done Anay!

Wow! Felicity has been challenging herself to conduct a number of creative and engaging actvities, ranging from creating computer animations, partaking in her narrated lessons, football training and enjoying picnics with her family. Keep up the hard work Felicity!

This week, Juniper not only designed and made some creative Ear Defenders for her Science Task, she also created this incredible PowerPoint. It provides step by step instructions in a fun way! Well done for challenging yourself Juniper!

Why not take a look to see what your friends got up to during half term...

Wow! Imogen has been incredibly motivated when conducting her home learning challenges. Last week, she made detailed notes on what life was like as a Roman Solider, created sketches of various Roman Soliders and created a mind map showing what she got up to in the holidays. Well done Imogen!

Patrick challenged himself to only use pencil and think carefully about line and shape, when creating his Roman Solider portrait. Well done Patrick!

Patrick challenged himself to only use pencil and think carefully about line and shape, when creating his Roman Solider portrait. Well done Patrick! 1

Chloe challenged herself to not only create 1 but 2 portraits of a Roman Solider. She used 2 different mediums to depict her solider and thought hard about proportion and colour. Well done Chloe!

Chloe challenged herself to not only create 1 but 2 portraits of a Roman Solider. She used 2 different mediums to depict her solider and thought hard about proportion and colour. Well done Chloe! 1
Chloe challenged herself to not only create 1 but 2 portraits of a Roman Solider. She used 2 different mediums to depict her solider and thought hard about proportion and colour. Well done Chloe! 2

Wow! What an incredible cross stitch Indie! It is super to see you applying some of the skills you learnt in Fantastic Friday! You also created a creative sketch of an Roman Solider. I love how you portrayed him in profile. Well done!

Wow! What an incredible cross stitch Indie! It is super to see you applying some of the skills you learnt in Fantastic Friday! You also created a creative sketch of an Roman Solider. I love how you portrayed him in profile. Well done! 1
Wow! What an incredible cross stitch Indie! It is super to see you applying some of the skills you learnt in Fantastic Friday! You also created a creative sketch of an Roman Solider. I love how you portrayed him in profile. Well done! 2
A big well done to Leona who has continued to challenge herself to learn by logging into Lexia during lockdown. You have achieved your Level 13 Lexia Superstar certificate! A fantastic effort! Very well done!

Hi all,

 

I hope you continue to be safe and well. I just wanted to say a massive thank you for the beautiful tree you sent. I received it earlier this week and it brought a big smile to my face. I have planted it in my garden, which I have been working on recently and your tree has completed it's look nicely. Every day I water it, I shall think of you all. 

 

Kindest regards,

 

Mrs Yarwood

Here are some of our Thank You letters to those who have helped us or others during Lockdown...

Felicity has been super busy over the last week. She has been enjoying the Maths data tasks and got full marks in her spelling test! Felicity has also been continuing with her drawing for family Birthday cards, which is such a lovely idea, as well as baking cookies for other Springfield families! How kind and thoughtful. Felicity and her family also went on a bike ride to Castlefield to see the Roman ruins and enjoy a picnic. She has been completing some of the Year 1 physical challenges with her brother Sam as well as supporting and encouraging him with his school work. It's so lovely that you are working as a team and supporting and caring for one another.

Why not take a look at some of the animations from 4 Knights...

 

Click on the link to see Naomi's animation called 'The Slug, The Monster and the Mermaid'.

https://youtu.be/hlrCOrazppI

'The Whale and The Cat' by Patrick and Zoe.

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Will's brilliant Harry Potter animation

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Have a look at these acts of kindness from all over the world bringing a smile to thousands of faces...

Imogen and Emily have been exercising through dance and spreading a little joy for their neighbours at the same time. What a lovely idea, girls! It's great to see you showing the school value of 'Together we are a team' (even from a distance!) We think your dance routine is fantastic too! Well done!

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Imogen is continuing to do a superb job of working independently at home. She completed all of her challenges for the week along with the Classroom Secrets home learning pack. She has also been playing on her bike, socially distancing from her neighbours. Keep up the hard work, Imogen!

Recently, Paul has been keeping up with his reading and enjoying Matilda. He made a WWII menu, a lovely acts of kindness poster and a great drawing and description of Captain Tom. It's great to see your brilliant attitude towards learning is continuing whilst being at home, Paul. Well done!

It's been a very busy week for Felicity who's been enjoying the co-ordinates activities and playing sea battles with her brother, drawing Captain Tom and writing a lovely letter and performing lots of acts of kindness for a family friend, including reading stories over Factime and making loom band bracelets. What a wonderfully kind gesture! She has also been joining in with some arts and crafts and painting a money box and drawing, making mini pancakes for breakfast and going on a bike ride. Felicity also did a book swap with a neighbour so they both have different books to read, which is a super idea!

Anay has been enjoying his learning this week and working on his co-ordinates challenges and writing a lovely thank you letter to Mum. You have also been putting great effort into your handwriting too, Anay, as it looks beautiful! He has also enjoyed his Science and it's great to see you getting full marks on your spelling test at home! Keep up the super attitude and the hard work, Anay.

As well as completing lots of other learning challenges this week, Indie has been continuing the 'Acts of Kindness' project by sewing these fantastic scrub bags for the NHS. She finished them this week and they have been sent to Manchester Foundation Trust. You have worked so hard on your sewing skills and created lots of brilliant designs. What a kind and thoughtful heart you have, Indie. We are all very proud of you!

Anay has been applying his creativity skills and building this wonderful Roman Ampitheatre out of cardboard. It must have taken a lot of time, dedication and careful construction to make! The final product, after being painted, looks fantastic! Well done Anay!

Patrick and his sister Zoe have been working in a virtual Minecraft world to build a VE Day street party! The flags are particularly impressive! What a creative and unique way to mark the occasion! You have shown your brilliant computing skills and your ability to work together as a team!

It's lovely to see Indie has had such a great week of learning. Indie tie dyed some old t-shirts, which looks very messy and very fun! She also produced a wonderful bunting with words of thanks written on the inside. What a kind idea and certainly showing our school value of supporting and caring for one another. Well done!

Wow! Emily has been showing her creativity talent this week while learning about WWII and VE Day. She has cracked codes, baked scones and cupcakes, made flags and posters, cycled to the war memorial in St. Peter's Square and made a 22 metre bunting using her sewing machine! What fantastic skills you are learning while working from home, Emily!

It looks like Felicity has put a lot of effort and concentration into this great bunting for VE Day, and also enjoyed a wonderful street party celebration. It looks like a lot of fun was had by all!

A fun-filled week has been had by Will, learning about and preparing for VE Day. He has made a commemorative bunting, a very effective Spitfire drawing using dots and a very impressive Spitfire made out of Meccano. Afternoon tea in the garden looks absolutely wonderful too, with lots of yummy treats! Will has also been keeping active with football fitness training and a 22km bike ride! You are certainly motivated to achieve your best while learning at home, Will!

Anay has working on a variety of VE Day challenges this week, including deciphering code, researching the celebration, creating a very patriotic poster and making this creatively decorated Spitfire, fashioned out of recycled goods and paint. Well done Anay!

To mark VE Day, Pranay has designed and created this unique Union Jack made entirely out of LEGO! We love the symmetrical design and colours - you have clearly put a lot of time and effort into this! You should be very proud! Well done Pranay!

To mark VE Day, Pranay has designed and created this unique Union Jack made entirely out of LEGO! We love the symmetrical design and colours - you have clearly put a lot of time and effort into this! You should be very proud! Well done Pranay! 1

Naomi has been making learning fun with her VE Day celebrations this week, including this impressive and extremely informative WWII timeline and making (and hopefully also eating) these yummy looking jam tarts! Naomi also performed an Irish dance for her neighbourhood with her sister and created this amazing picture in the style of Picasso. What a creative and expressive artist you are, Naomi!

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Leona and her sister Rose made the most of the sun with a delightful VE Day celebration in the garden. They had jam sandwiches and Victoria sponge cake, which looks delicious! They also designed and created their own very colourful VE Day posters! Well done girls!

It looks like Imogen has had lots of fun learning about VE Day this week. She researched 3 of the important men from wartime and made a very eye-catching poster showing her findings. She has also been cracking codes, baking scrumptious looking cupcakes and making a wonderful bunting to decorate the house. What a brilliant work ethic you have shown, as usual, Imogen!

Patrick and his sister have been busy with this Spitfire Science experiment, to commemorate VE Day, as well as baking a wartime fruitcake using a recipe from his Great Grandma. We hope it was delicious!

Jack has clearly been motivated to learn while completing the VE Day celebration tasks this week. He has completed the Morse code challenge, made a charming VE Day poster, wrote an informative Winston Churchill fact file after conducting his own research, designed and created a brightly coloured bunting and planned a VE Day party with eye catching invites! You have shown your creative flair, Jack. Well done!

As part of the VE Day topic, George decided to use his IT talents to create a British Spitfire and a German Messerschmitt fighter plane and depicted them in a wartime dogfight, as well as making the interior and exterior of a tank. We can see how much time and effort you've put into these details, George! What masterpieces you have created! They look amazing!

Eli has decorated his window beautifully for VE Day with this colourful and decorative bunting and created this imaginative and heartfelt poster using mixed media. Eli has also been hard at work with his reading comprehension this week. You are certainly motivated to achieve your best, Eli. Well done!

Patrick has certainly got into the spirit of the VE Day celebrations with this lovely bunting he made. We love the colours, creativity and the use of flags in your design. Keep up the good work!

Patrick has certainly got into the spirit of the VE Day celebrations with this lovely bunting he made. We love the colours, creativity and the use of flags in your design. Keep up the good work! 1

Last week, Patrick challenged himself to use his Computing skills to create a digital fact file presentation about The Romans. This must have taken a lot of time and motivation. I particularly like your clear and precise historical timeline, as well as all of the intriguing facts.Well done Patrick! Why not take a look and see whether there are any interesting facts you can magpie to include in your own Fact files.

Anay has applied his fantastic knowledge of circuits and conductors from last term to build this impressive Morse code messenger. He used batteries, copper foil and a buzzer for this wonderful invention. What a super motivated and inspiring scientist you are, Anay!

Take a look at our wanted posters...

This week, Indie has been enjoying her story writing and character and setting descriptions, accompanied by brilliant illustrations, and letting her creativity flow. She has also been working on classifying triangles based on their sides, lengths and angles, as well as creating this beautiful watercolour painting of a cactus! Well done Indie!

After working hard recently but being unable to receive real badges at the moment, Felicity and her brother Sam made some with hama beads instead! What a super idea! We love how innovative and resourceful you both are!

Anay has been working super hard this week! He has applied his Maths knowledge to triangles, lines of symmetry and angles and created an impressive drawing using symmetry. He has planned and written an excellent story, and some frightening character descriptions! Finally, he has worked on soundwaves in Science and made a timeline of world history. A fantastic effort Anay!

Here are just some of the activities Emily has been doing! She's written a story, set up a bug trap and collected a nature bag, made a marble run, took part in a netball video - as well as teaching Mum some netball, made delicious looking onion bhajis and oreo cookies and did an online 'Paint Republic' painting class and created this stunning piece of art!

Eli has planned and written a fantastic story this week with a good range of sentence types and lots of descriptive and engaging vocabulary, not to mention his new found basketball skills! What a superstar!

This week Felicity and her brother, Sam did the 2.6km challenge and very kindly donated to the NHS. She has also been doing some very artistic drawings with Rob Biddulph and continuing her ukulele lessons with Mr Braye to learn 'Here comes the sun'. She has also spent some time learning about Ramadan and Wesak, story writing and enjoying the symmetry work. You've been such a busy bee, Felicity! Keep it up!

Billy has decided to use his daily exercise to scoot 5K every day for 10 days for a 50K for £50 challenge to go towards Cancer Research. His aim was to raise £50 but he has already raised a massive £290 in one day! We are all so proud of you Billy and how you are supporting others at this time. What an amazing act of kindness!

Pranay has been working hard on different types of triangles this week. He has done a great job of identifying them, naming them and recognising the length of their sides and the types of angles. Keep it up Pranay!

Pranay has been working hard on different types of triangles this week. He has done a great job of identifying them, naming them and recognising the length of their sides and the types of angles. Keep it up Pranay! 1

It is great to see Kemka applying his English challenges to other books that he has been reading at home. Here is his wanted poster for Mr Cruncher from 'A Tale of Two Cities' by Charles Dickens. Well done Kemka! You really challenged yourself.

It is great to see Kemka applying his English challenges to other books that he has been reading at home. Here is his wanted poster for Mr Cruncher from 'A Tale of Two Cities' by Charles Dickens. Well done Kemka! You really challenged yourself. 1

Anay has been working super hard this week! He has been looking at angles, quadrilaterals, different sentence types and complex sentences with adverb starters. He has also been testing how sound waves travel, including filling glasses with water, using a fork, knife and spoon, and observing the differences in sound waves. Brilliant work Anay!

Jessica is spending lockdown in Cornwall at her Nan and Aunty's house. She has been busy with work, jobs and chores on the holding and looking after the horses, including making her show-ring debut! It's great to see Jess in action (really looking the part!), building life skills and making memories!

Naomi has been working very hard on her challenges this week and designing and creating this wonderful mandala made out of a variety of different objects. Naomi also created her own animation! Go and check it out at https://youtu.be/hlrCOrazppI. It's lovely to see you continue to be so hard-working and motivated to learn Naomi!

Eli has produced these very colourful and carefully constructed mandalas made out of hama beads! You have worked super hard to create these delicate patterns, Eli! They remind us of the rainbows showing support for the NHS workers! Great job!

Eli has produced these very colourful and carefully constructed mandalas made out of hama beads! You have worked super hard to create these delicate patterns, Eli! They remind us of the rainbows showing support for the NHS workers! Great job! 1

Imogen has been working very hard this week. She has been completing her English challenges and working on complex sentences, and even asked for extra worksheets! She also found the time to try to master ariel cartwheel! You'll have to keep us updated with that one!

Imogen has been working very hard this week. She has been completing her English challenges and working on complex sentences, and even asked for extra worksheets! She also found the time to try to master ariel cartwheel! You'll have to keep us updated with that one! 1

Pranay has been working hard on his quadrilateral poster. It's great how you have included the angles and the number of parallel sides too! Well done Pranay!

Pranay has been working hard on his quadrilateral poster. It's great how you have included the angles and the number of parallel sides too! Well done Pranay! 1

Felicity has clearly been motivated to learn this week! She has created a beautiful mandala from items found in the garden, worked on her Science sounds investigation and practised angles and quadrilaterals in Maths and complex sentences in English. She's been playing Monopoly, painting, helping her brother Sam design a recipe and enjoying family bike rides. Felicity and Sam challenged themselves to ride 10km and achieved it!

Anay has been working incredibly hard this week with all of his learning. I can see how dedicated and motivated you are to achieve, Anay. What a fantastic effort!

This week, Patrick has created this unique and eye catching mandala, using mixed media and natural materials. Keep up the hard work, Patrick!

This week, Patrick has created this unique and eye catching mandala, using mixed media and natural materials. Keep up the hard work, Patrick! 1

4 Knights Easter Egg Competition entries so far...

It looks like Emily has been working very hard this week! She has been working on her COVID capsule workbook, which is such a great idea to express feelings and thoughts at this time. She has also been working creatively on her mandala and 'Wave picture', which look fantastic, as well as doing some cooking. The lasagne looks delicious and your new pink hair really suits you!

Isabelle has created this really imaginative mandala. It's great how you have designed and labelled your plan first in lots of detail before moving onto the finished piece! It looks amazing!

Isabelle has created this really imaginative mandala. It's great how you have designed and labelled your plan first in lots of detail before moving onto the finished piece! It looks amazing! 1

Imogen has challenged herself to work creatively by planning, designing and making a brilliant mandala using drawing pins and paper clips! Well done Imogen!

Felicity has used her English knowledge to write a variety of Haiku poems, and even challenged herself to think of her own themes! Well done Felicity!

Felicity has used her English knowledge to write a variety of Haiku poems, and even challenged herself to think of her own themes! Well done Felicity! 1

Simon has applied his knowledge about Haiku poetry from last term to create this lovely Springtime poem. Well done Simon!

Simon has applied his knowledge about Haiku poetry from last term to create this lovely Springtime poem. Well done Simon! 1

Patrick has continued to challenge himself by making a creative Haiku and a fantastic water motion painting, using water colours. Well done Patrick!

Whilst social distancing, Paul has been working hard on his English and Reading challenges. I particularly enjoyed seeing his picture of Bruno Jenkins. You captured his likeness accurately. Well done Paul!

Anay applied his understanding and knowledge about Rivers and their features, to create this super 3D model. Well done for challenging yourself Anay! He has also been working through the Reading Comprehension booklet and wrote an accurate character description of the Grand High Witch. Keep up the hard work!

Will has also been getting creative writing Haiku poetry, baking and creating his water motion painting using printing. Well done Will!

Why not take a break and read these Spring Time Haikus from Indie! She applied her English knowledge about Haiku poetry from last term beautifully and really captured the feeling of Spring and Easter..

Isabelle has been getting creative over the Easter break by creating her own Easter Egg design. She thought carefully about line, proportion and colour. Well done Isabelle! I look forward to seeing more of 4 Knights Easter Egg designs as well as your entries for the Easter Egg decoration competition.

Isabelle has been getting creative over the Easter break by creating her own Easter Egg design. She thought carefully about line, proportion and colour. Well done Isabelle! I look forward to seeing more of 4 Knights Easter Egg designs as well as your entries for the Easter Egg decoration competition.  1

Indie captured how water moves and can be represented in Art, by using marble printing with ink. This technique was not only not only effective but also unique. Well done Indie!

Eli has challenged himself to create a super water motion painting. To help him create his masterpiece, Eli used the beach as his inspiration and looked closely at pictures of various beaches and investigated how to represent water in motion. Well done and keep up the hard work!

Eli has challenged himself to create a super water motion painting. To help him create his masterpiece, Eli used the beach as his inspiration and looked closely at pictures of various beaches and investigated how to represent water in motion. Well done and keep up the hard work! 1

Well done Felicity for being motivated to achieve your best! I thoroughly enjoyed reading your neatly written Grand High Witch character description, where you supported your answers with examples from the text. You also challenged yourself when creating your drawings. Great work!

Wow! Check out Emily's 3D model of a River, where she challenged herself to represent each feature with great accuracy and detail. Well done!

Dear 4 Knights,

 

I would like to take this opportunity to thank you children and all of your parents, for your continued support, words/messages of kindness and amazing understanding at this strange and difficult time. I am constantly in awe at the high degree of motivation, dedication and kindness that is exhibited by the children in class on a daily basis and I will miss you all greatly.

 

Remember to tweet or email any pictures of amazing investigations, work or projects, as I will always see them and I really would love to see all of your hard work!

 

I wish you and your families all the very best and I hope you are safe and keeping well. Stay strong and remember that together we are a team, so I hope you are all listening to and supporting your parents 4 Knights!

 

See you soon (I hope), once we have weathered this storm.

 

From Mrs Yarwood

Our Fun Day - From water colour painting in the sunshine, to conducting a whole class quiz, the children have had a brilliant last day.

2020 Science Week - The children researched into climate change and why our frozen worlds are at risk. They then thought of their own enquiry questions about what they wanted to investigate with their groups. They then designed their own unique experiments that they could carry out to test their hypotheses.

For World Book Day, 4 Knights used their speaking and listening skills to summarise and retell a story of their choosing. The children did this in a number of creative ways, such as using props, illustrations or puppets to help them present their chosen story in a fun and imaginative way.

Year 4 Residential Trip

 

What an amazing adventure the children in Year 4 had whilst attending their residential trip at Castle Head, Grange-over-Sands. Ranging from Bushcraft activities to Eco Action and Team Building Tasks, there was plenty of challenge for all involved. The children learnt how to safely handle and use outdoor cutting tools, design and build a bug hotel, make eco-friendly bird feeders, build an outdoor shelter and how to light a fire without a match!  We all enjoyed the reward of toasting and eating marshmallows and damper bread around the campfire.

 

Despite the inclement weather, the children were filled with enthusiasm, gaining new life-long skills, leading to them building and developing strong relationships with each other. Everybody worked incredibly well within their different teams, both during the day and night challenges, showing support and care for each other, particularly because this was the first time many had been away from home.

 

The children certainly grew in independence, making their own beds on arrival, organising their belongings and even making their own sandwich packed lunch! We all loved the appetising food, which was healthy and nutritious, especially welcome after the demanding activities. Every child was motivated throughout the whole trip, representing the school admirably and are now fully equipped for next year’s Langdale trip.

 

A big thank you to all the parents for their support and helping the children to prepare for the first successful Year 4 residential trip.  We all had a great time, including the staff and Barney!

4 Knights loved working as a team and using their knowledge of circuits, conductors and insulators, to design and make their own switches, using an array of materials. They then tested their designs and hypotheses in their circuits.

Exploring equivalent fractions in Maths.

Miss Bailey and I (Mrs Yarwood), would like to say a big thank you for all of the thoughtful and very generous gifts we have received. We hope you all have a restful and fun filled Christmas break. See you all in the New Year!!

We all had a fabulous Greek Day, where the children worked diligently on their independent TASC projects and enjoyed a delicious Grecian banquet. From music composition to Top Trump cards, the children shared their knowledge in a myriad of wonderful ways. What a brilliant way to finish our topic on Ancient Greece.

4 Knights having a blast at our Year 4 Christmas Party

4 Knights had a special afternoon working as a team, to code and programme a banana to be an input device with Mr Yarwood from Manchester Metropolitan University.

The children had great fun tinkering and challenging themselves to work scientifically, to create various working circuits using cells, motors, bulbs and buzzers, after forming their own hypotheses.

Our Ancient Greek TASC Day

 

 

The children had plenty of fun during our TASC day, making pita bread in keeping with our Ancient Greek topic. We were fortunate to have a visit from a miller which enabled the children learn about the process of making bread, how the wheat is separated from the chaff and ground into flour. We then looked at a recipe, measured out the ingredients which included flour and followed instructions to make our own pita bread. The best part was sampling the bread with some Greek accompaniments of hummus and tzatziki. Yummy!

 

Here is the link in case you want to have a go making pitta bread at home. 

 

https://www.cookingwithmykids.co.uk/homemade-pita-bread/

 

This week we had a blast creating our TASC Greek Amphora art projects. We have challenged ourselves to refine and combine the skills of line, shape, pattern and paint, to create a colourful and historical piece. We look forward to sharing the final product.

On Thursday we had an amazing and informative assembly and learning session with the people from GIST. They discussed the importance of road safety and even let us have a go in their lorry to understand how important it is for us to make sure we are visible.

We have begun our exciting Science experiment into how various liquids effect our teeth. We have placed 6 eggs into various liquids and will continue to observe and record how they each effect and change the eggs. Watch this space for more exciting scientific updates!

We have begun our exciting Science experiment into how various liquids effect our teeth. We have placed 6 eggs into various liquids and will continue to observe and record how they each effect and change the eggs. Watch this space for more exciting scientific updates!  1
We have begun our exciting Science experiment into how various liquids effect our teeth. We have placed 6 eggs into various liquids and will continue to observe and record how they each effect and change the eggs. Watch this space for more exciting scientific updates!  2

Wow! What informative and interesting presentations from everyone for their class homework task, on the day to day life of an Ancient Greek. The children presented their research and knowledge in a variety of interesting and exciting ways, from posters and presentation, to plays and 3 D models. Thank you for all of your hard work.

The children exploring and ordering both positive and negative numbers in Maths

The children exploring and ordering both positive and negative numbers in Maths 1

Congratulations to our newly elected class ambassadors and a big thank you to all of the contenders. You all spoke clearly and brilliantly.

Congratulations to our newly elected class ambassadors and a big thank you to all of the contenders. You all spoke clearly and brilliantly. 1

Together we are a team! 4 Knights working collaboratively to research Greek Gods in Topic

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