Class 4K: Enigmatic Egyptians, Earthly extremes, and the wonderful Walter Tull. 

What an action packed, fun filled first term we have had back at school – it’s hard to believe it’s December already! The children have returned full of smiles, enthusiasm and laughter and have made us so proud with their ability to adapt to all the changes around them.

We have had great fun exploring the life of the Ancient Egyptians, studying some amazing artefacts on loan from North Lincolnshire Museum and imagining what it would have been like all those years ago. We have investigated our amazing Earth and found out just how extreme it can be, even conducting our very own volcano experiment!

October was Black History Month and so the class spent time exploring the life of the footballer Walter Tull, finding out just how wonderful he was and the importance of remembering those who changed the world for future generations.

The children have also had a great time gardening with Mrs Methven; getting muddy and learning all about our natural world. In PE, the children have taken part in several virtual challenges and enjoyed practising their orienteering skills by being ‘code-breakers.’

 We’re really looking forward to our last week before Christmas and all the exciting festivities ahead!

A great first term Year 4 – you’ve been absolutely amazing!

Wishing you all a safe and Happy Christmas

Class 4K x

 

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