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Please also visit our curriculum page on our website (see link below). This has a wide range of activities and events that happen at our school under each subject heading.

Spring Term 2024 - Year 4 - Dinosaur Extinction

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As part of the British Science Week Time topic we studied the extinction of dinosaurs and presented our findings to the class. This is the long version of the video on the Science page, with all our presentations.

World Book Day 2024

Christmas Concert Songs

Please find below all the songs the children need to learn for the Christmas concert. The words are on the document below. Happy singing!

ALL sing: Must Be Santa Song by Bob Dylan



ALL sing: Let it Snow!



ALL sing: Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer



ALL Sing: Jingle Bells


ALL sing: When Santa got Stuck up the Chimney



ALL Sing: Santa Claus is Coming to Town



ALL sing: We Wish You a Merry Christmas

Autumn Term 2023 - Years 3 and 4 Halloween Disco

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We had a great time at our Halloween disco.

The Romans

Our main topic during the Autumn term is The Romans, where we study the impact of the Romans on modern Britain? Through our History, English and Reading lessons, children will look at everyday life during this period in time; covering the Roman invasion of England and learning about the rebellion of Queen Boudicca. We will also consider what the Romans did for us and the importance of the Roman Empire in shaping England as we know it today. Within in our art we will be researching and creating Roman mosaics and later using

different sketching techniques to sketch the famous Colosseum.


Our Science topic will be ‘sound’, where we will be investigating pitch and volume. We will be finding patterns between the pitch of a sound and features of the objects that produced it. After half term we will be learning about the different types of teeth in humans and their simple functions. We will also describe the simple functions of basic parts of the digestive system in humans.