To finish off our learning of Ancient Egypt, year 4 had a themed day!
The children had lots of fun and they all showed off what they had learnt over the last two terms!
“Learning, loving and encouraging through Christ.”
During prayer week each year group had the opportunity to go to St Nicholas Church and take part in different activities. The children had the opportunity to reflect and think about the things that they would like to pray for. They also learnt a lot about the different areas of the church with Rev Chris. Children enjoyed the time that they had to think about the world around them.
Here is an overview of our learning for term 4. It includes all the information you need to know regarding what the children will be learning this term.
Our topic for this term is Ancient Egyptians. We have already started our new book: Marcy and the Riddle of the Sphinx and we have an Egyptian Day at the end of term!
Also attached is the Year 4 Term 4– Key Instant Recall Facts for maths
At St Nicholas school it is important to us to go out into our community, meet new people and share our learning. The children enjoyed performing for the residents and chatting to them afterwards. The staff praised their excellent manners and all the residents expressed their thanks for our visit. We are so proud of them all!
Here is an overview of our learning for term 3. It includes all the information you need to know regarding what the children will be learning this term.
Our topic for this term is Ancient Egyptians. We have already started our new book: The Egyptian Cinderella and we have been dancing like Egyptians in PE.
Also attached is the Year 4 Term 2– Key Instant Recall Facts for maths
During term 2, year 4 were given the opportunity to create their own lantern for the Light Up New Romney parade!
The children were so excited and got to work straight away!
Working with the LUNR team, we decided that we wanted our lantern to be really special, so we based it on a song that we love as a school: My Lighthouse.
Each week children worked with the team to create a lighthouse and beams of light.
On the day we walked (and danced) the parade route proudly with our gorgeous lighthouse lantern and sang afterwards during the service in St Nicholas Church.
‘Celebrating the Harvest’ to the tune of an Ed Sheeran song.