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The Great, The Bold and The Brave

This term's topic is all about The Romans and World War I. We will travel back in time to discover how the Roman Empire grew and the battles that took place in Britain. We will learn about the changes that the Roman's made in Britain and how they can still be seen today. We will then link this to the changes in Britain during the First World War. If you have any questions about the theme or know any facts, click on the picture below to post on our Padlet.


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Thank you to all the parents, grandparents and guardians who could attend learning together- we really appreciate your involvement and hope you enjoyed sharing some learning time with your child.


Today we have been investigating how the conditions and environment effect the rate which ice melts.

We added boiling water, cold water, salt and put it next to the window. We also had a control to judge it against in a normal classrooom.

We’ve done a fantastic job writing it up and drawing conclusions! 





Today we have been talking about Diversity- what it means to us as an individual, as a school and as a community.

We drew our own Diversity world- drawing things which make us who we are and connecting them together as a class.

Celebrating how we are all different, and that's what makes us amazing!




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Today we learnt about Gamelan music and it's origins in Indonesia.
We got to play the gongs and metaphones
It was a lot of fun... and very noisy!


Today we took part in a Science workshop all about Sound and Light. Lots of us got to try out some experiments!


Today we have been investigating gases, looking at how gases can be dissolved in liquids.

After we had captured the gases in a balloon we weighed the balloon against an empty balloon to show that gases have a weight. We had a discussion of why helium balloons can float.


Today we have been mapping different routes from Rome to Manchester to look how far the Romans travelled.

We also looked at taking extra detours to Milan, Paris and Madrid on the way!


Today in maths we have been continuing to look at place value.

We have been partitioning 4 digit numbers in a variety of ways, using exchanges to swap between thousands, hundreds, tens and ones.



Welcome to Year 4

Class 9 have had a fantastic first week in Year 4!

We have begun learning about the Romans, looking at where Rome began and how the Romans fit into history chronologically.

After research on the city of Rome, we have written a factual report on Rome. This week we even managed to fit in a trip to Rome!!!! (Via Google Maps smiley