Friday, 2nd July 2021


Children in Year 4 were busy using their talents this week.

They spent time looking at secondary sources and evaluated them for reliability to judge Henry VIII’s character and ruling style as part of our Tudor topic. They then used Hans Holbein’s famous painting to create pencil portraits of the prominent king.

On Tuesday, the children participated in watching Mass online celebrating the feast day of St Peter and St Paul and learning about these two wonderful saints from Fr Shaun in his homily.  Later during the week, after doing some research on Simon Peter’s life, they have written CVs acting as Peter, applying for the position of first Pope.

On Wednesday, they have further developed both their bawling and their batting and fielding skills throughout ‘Monster Cricket’, an exciting game taught to us by Coach Tom. Well done team!

On Thursday, we had the pleasure of participating in our next Djembe lesson with Caz, where the class worked in pairs to compose their own call and response patterns as part of a competition. Congratulations to Ela-Maria and Caroline, whose winning composition will officially become part of our performance piece!

Today, lead by Mrs McNamara, the children did some cooking and continued on developing and fine-tuning their Scratch programming skills. They also spent time preparing for Sports Day doing running races and free standing jumps.

Wishing you all a lovely weekend,

Ms Varga and Mrs McNamara


Please see your Home Learning below:

Home Learning Friday, 2nd July 2021
Spelling Please log onto Spelling Frame and spend some time practicing this week’s words before testing yourself.—t-to-w

Reading Please log onto Read Theory and complete at least 2 activities. Please update your reading log about the books you have read for pleasure.

Multiplication Please spend 15 minutes practicing your mixed number facts.

Topic research project Please carry on with your research project set last week based on areas of The Tudors.

The deadline for those are Friday, 9th July 2021.



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