Hello Year 4,
Year 4 are now online for our learning and we are using Microsoft Teams.
The sessions are as follows:
9:00 for English & Shared Reading
13:00 for Maths and Topic
We will be continuing our topic 'I am Warrior!' learning all about the Romans.
You will have already been sent your login and password details before the Christmas holidays. If you are having problems logging on please fill in the contact form below and we will give you a call.
See you all in the virtual classroom,
The Year 4 Team
Contact Mrs Nie
If you have any questions, worries or just want to say hello, send me a message here and I will get back to you as soon as possible.
Welcome to Churchill Class
Our class founder is Sir Winston Churchill. Churchill was a strong wartime leader whose decisions helped the Allies achieve victory. He made lots of inspirational speeches that kept British morale high during the dark days of the Second World War.
Wednesday (With Mr Morris) and Friday (With Mrs Nie)
Please ensure that children come to school wearing their PE kit on Wednesdays (dark shorts/joggers, white t-shirt, school jumper and trainers/plimsolls)
We also ask that children spend at least 10 minutes reading each day and have their book signed by an adult.
Our Autumn term project is titled 'Vista' and the children have been learning about local artist 'John constable'. we have looked at his famous works and made sketches looking at atmosphere and perspective.
Atmosphere and Perspective
In English we have been learning all about Constable's life and we have written a biography using many features such as; chronological order, quotes, subheadings, photographs, fronted adverbials third person pronouns and past tense.
Our writing is now on display in the classroom.
John Constable: The Hay Wain (1821)
In Art we have been studying drawing and sketching techniques and have looked at the artwork of Roy Lichtenstein and Georges Surat who both use many tiny dots to create an image, this is known as pointillism. We went out into the school grounds and took landscape pictures before then recreating them in the style of the artists.