Leprechaun class had a fantastic time at the Victoria & Albert Museum on Tuesday. In the morning, we looked at the different exhibits at leisure, convening after lunch for a workshop teaching us about the history of the Museum and its significance.
The children in 4 Leprechaun have come back from their Winter break energised and working hard. In Literacy we are reading our new class text – Mary Poppins and the children have produced some wonderful creative writing based around the story. The children have worked hard to include figurative…
On Friday 11th January, Leprechaun class began our new IPC topic 'They Made A Difference'. We had a great time learning about significant people from the past and present. Click here to find out more.
On Thursday 6th December, Leprechaun class had the opportunity to meet a variety of different professionals, who had jobs linked to science, and learn about their work. We had a great day meeting lots of interesting and inspiring people.
Leprechaun have had a fabulous Term, and are looking…
Year 4 had a very enjoyable time on Monday at the Natural History Museum. Leprechaun class were really interested in learning about the different parts of the body, and how they work.
This week, Leprechaun class, along with the rest of the school, celebrated anti-bullying day. The day culminated with the class working in groups together, creating art work on the theme.
Today, we were introduced to our new IPC topic 'How Humans Work'. Leprechaun class enjoyed learning about the benefits of exercise, and healthy eating.
Leprechaun Class have started the year with much excitement.
This week they had lots of fun taking part in a treasure hunt around the school, to introduce our new IPC topic: Temples, Tombs and Treasures.
It's here........our review of the year.
What an amazing year we have had. We have enjoyed learning about Fashion, 'Land Sea and Sky' and how our digestive system works!.
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Click here to read about our wonderful visit to Sage Publishing
Click here to find out about our wonderful trip to see London Children's Ballet's production of The Canterville Ghost
In IPC we have been learning all about significant artists and how they made a difference to art. We looked at Claude Monet and tried to replicate some his techniques and styles whilst creating our own Monet inspired work.