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Class 4B

The children have been painting a picture of themselves on a ceramic tile, and when they are finished they will form a mosaic which will be mounted on a wall in the school. All the classes are participating so it should form a really amazing display! Here are some photos of Class 4B showing their work.



4B are currently renovating their outdoor learning space and worked extremely hard weeding, sweeping, digging and planting last Friday afternoon! We hope the weather stays sunny so we can continue to make the most of this area for the rest of the term.

Poetry - Isn't My Name Magical?

The Class enjoyed being in the sun for their poetry lesson on Wednesday. They were learning about a poem called "Isn't My Name Magical?" by James Berry. As well as learning and performing the poem, they had a discussion about why the poem was written and why our names are special to us and our families.

Visit from Wellgate Farm

4B really enjoyed visiting the farm animals. We were lucky enough to stroke, hold and even feed some of them!

Varjak Paw

We were all so excited when Varjak came to visit us last week! It was so interesting to watch him move around the classroom and interact with us. We were also lucky enough to receive a tweet reply from the author of Varjak Paw, S.F. Said!

Class P4C Varjak Paw Discussion

4B have really been getting stuck into the book ‘Varjak Paw’ by S.F. Said. The children have been finding lots of evidence in the book about Varjak's personality and the complex relationships he has with different members of his family. We also had an interesting P4C discussion based around Varjak’s life or death decision and to what extent the children agreed with the statement ‘Varjak is braver to escape than he is to stay’. 

4B Summer Trip

4B really enjoyed their educational visit to the Alexander Fleming Museum in Paddington. We learnt all about the discovery of penicillin and how Alexander Fleming did his research on bacteria. We also had a relaxing time eating lunch and sketching in Hyde Park's picturesque Italian Gardens.


To celebrate British Science Week, 4B made parachutes and completed fair tests to find out which material would make the slowest, and most effective, parachute. This linked with their current science topic Forces and Motion and their English text 'Journey' by Aaron Becker. 


We went outside to investigate how shadows are formed and how we can change the shape of our shadow. We then wrote definitions and drew pictures to explain how shadows are formed.


We have been using story maps, actions and our tone of voice to retell the opening of The Firework Maker's Daughter.

4B Quest Stories

This week we have been creating, performing and writing the beginning our own quest stories in the style of Philip Pullman's The Firework Maker's Daughter. What do you think will happen next in Sophia and Alyssa's stories?

Music - Cornet Lessons

We have been enjoying learning the cornet since September


In science we have been investigating sound vibrations and how we hear using drums and tuning forks.

4B Fun in the Snow!

Lunch at the Movies Day in 4B

There were some amazing outfits on the Lunch at the Movies theme day.

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