This has been a short but busy week with lots of entertainment for the children in Year 4!
On Tuesday, we watched the Year 6 production of ‘Jungle Book’, whilst on Thursday, we travelled to Hatfield House Park for our class trip.
During our visit, we found the place where the Elizabethan Oak once stood; a magnificent tree where Elizabeth was told that she is to be queen. We visited the Old Palace and its beautiful garden with a flower maze. We also walked around the ‘stable yard’ which is full of typical Tudor buildings. That allowed us to look at features of architecture from the period. We roamed around the other 3 gardens as well and inspected the sundial which is although not from the Tudor time, fascinating nonetheless. We sketched Elizabeth I’s portrait before having lunch and a bit of play time on the grounds.
Have a lovely weekend,
Please see your Home Learning below:
Practice your spelling words: Set 33- Revision Words. https://www.edshed.com/en-gb
Read and update reading log: https://readtheory.org/auth/login
Please open your assigned pod on StudyLadder and complete your activities linked to identifying, ordering and comparing angles, our current maths topic. https://www.studyladder.co.uk/