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Class 4

A very warm welcome to Class 4’s web page. There are 23 fantastic children in Year 4. Our teacher is Mrs Campbell and the marvellous Mrs Smith and Mrs Leathley help us with our learning. We are lucky to be located in the wonderful new extension.

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A taste of Greece!  14th May.

Class 4 are studying Ancient Greece in history and in literacy we are writing a holiday brochure to persuade people to holiday in Greece.
In order to understand the country and its culture a little more we had a Greek food tasting morning with feta, olives, humous, pitta bread, stuffed vine leaves, yogurt and delicious sweet friend pastries.

We were all very enthusiastic to try some new food!

 

Shakespeare Week.  18th-24th March

As part of our history work on Tudors, class 4 celebrated National Shakespeare Week by studying all things Shakespeare!  We looked the the tragedy Romeo and Juliet, bringing to life important scenes with drama and role play.  We were also Shakespeare detectives, studying the texts and working out what the old English words and phrases meant.  

We had a a fabulous week!

A pair of Shakespeare detectives, working out the meaning of the language in the prologue.

More detective work - we found dictionaries could help us with some of the language.

Reading and acting out the prologue - " A pair of star crossed lovers".

Taking a section of the story to act out.

 

World Book Day.  7th March

As part of World Book Day, Class 4 celebrated our wonderful Kikrburton library with a morning visit.  Mrs. Campbell found it hard to drag us away as lots of us found books that we said we would go back and borrow at the weekend.

Look at us in our fantastic World Book day costumes!

 

Searching the non fiction books for someting of interest!

Harry Potter browsing the cookery section!

Tudor archaeology.  February 2019

Class 4 were archaeologists as they searched for evidence of Tudor objects.  After we found the evidence, we worked hard as a memeber of a team to try and solve clues about what the object might have been used for.

 

Huddersfield contemporary music festival.  November 2018

As ukelele players, Class 4 were invited to perform at Huddersfield Town Hall as part of the Huddersfield contemporary music festival.  We performed two new compositions, never performed before, alongside musicians from across Kirklees.

What an experience we had - performing in front of an evening audience of hundreds!

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