16:20 - 26/09/2019 Malvern Trip:
WOW! What a fantastic day. The children are still brimming with enthusiasm after an action packed day. They have just stopped for a full roast dinner and now heading out for a nighttime walk on the hills. Think the children will be looking forward to their beds tonight.
08.20 - 26/09/2019 Malvern Trip:
They had a fantastic night - the boys were stars and even needed waking up in the morning! A hearty breakfast had, lunches made, a nerve racking dorm inspection completed and now they are already out doing activities!
17:30 - 25/09/2019 Malvern Trip:
Just arrived back to the Malvern site from a walk up the Beacon. They all had a great time, but are ready for their dinner. Pizza tonight- yum yum!
13:30 - 25/09/19 Malvern Trip:
The Year Fours have arrived safely and are super excited about being there! They are settling down to lunch and then will be getting straight into the activities.
A big welcome!
Welcome to our Year 3/4 class page where you will be able to keep track of our learning throughout the year.
We've spent the last couple of weeks settling into a newly organised classroom with a brand new teacher and a fantastic new topic! Based around the school theme of 'Water', we have started to look at the countries of Scandinavia and have already learned lots of geographical vocabulary including words such as 'peninsula', 'biome' and 'tundra'. The children have carried out some research and created some fab postcards from the different biomes found in Scandinavia. Watch this space for photos!
We've got stuck into some imaginative diary writing too - starting with a great picture book called 'Dear Teacher' by Amy Husband. Our character (Michael) goes on lots of imagined adventures to avoid starting back to school in September. The children have converted Michael's adventures into dairy recounts and are currently in the process of writing their own. Once again - watch this space! It should make for some entertaining reading!
Year 4 are off on their residential trip to Malvern next week. We are all very excited - me included - and we'll have lots of real life adventures to tell you about when we get back.