Year 4 learnt about how the Anglo-Saxons used resources from nature to create textiles and different weaving techniques. They had the opportunity to weave wool to make soft, warm, cushiony pillows.
Year 4 learnt about the weapons the Anglo-Saxons made and used in battle and the different battle formations they used. Next, they learnt some Anglo-Saxon battle commands and took part in a mock battle.
Year 4 learnt about how the Anglo-Saxons used resources from nature to produce beautiful pieces of text. They also learnt about the use of ‘runes’ and were set the challenge to decipher some Anglo-Saxon text. They then made their own quill and ink and usd these to write a message using the runic…
Year 4 learnt about how coins were made and used in Anglo-Saxon Britain. They were then able to create their own coin designs and forge their own coins.
Year 4 visited Woodmatters in Windermere today to learn all about what life was like in Anglo-Saxon Britain in a fun and interactive way. Firstly, we learnt about the changing Kingdoms of Britain as different groups of peoples invaded and settled in Britain.
Year 4 were using all the skills they have learnt so far to improve and refine then put into a sequence.
This morning, Year 4 were experimenting with making shapes and improving their balance on the apparatus. They all identified that they needed to use their core strength.
Year 4 have been reflecting on how to pray using the rosary.
Year 4 enjoyed their visit to the library this morning. They were very mature, with excellent behaviour. They also took the time to complete the Library comments slip to leave feedback.
Representatives from Y3 & Y4 enjoyed taking part in a Football Festival. Great ball skills and team spirit from all involved.
Today’s Prayer and Liturgy was about how we can follow in Jesus’ footsteps by helping others.
Year 4 having been learning how to jump safely during gymnastics. They experiemented with making different shapes.