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This year we are particularly praying for peace.



Our Big Question this term is.......


What lies beneath?

This term our Big Question is, 'What lies beneath?'

We will be exploring earthquakes and volcanoes and their impacts on the environment. 




In science, we will be thinking about states of matter and the properties of solids, liquids and gases. Click on the image below to find out more.

Keep an eye out for photographs of our investigations during the half term!                              


Monoprinting volcanoes 🌋

Who were the Romans?

Edible Roman road




Are you reading every night?


Are you getting your red diaries signed by an adult?


You could be entered into the reading challenge and win some SAVES!

Changes in state investigation


Things to remember:


* Spelling test is every Friday 

* Arithmetic test every Friday

* Bring your instruments to school every Thursday.

* Our banking day at Seacombe Bank is Monday

* PE kits in school every day


Jesus the teacher

In this topic the children will learn about the teachings of Jesus and how we are His voice on earth. Children will explore how we are able to put his teachings into practice through our words and actions.

Additionally, we will explore the Jewish faith and its rituals and celebrations.  


In mathematics, year 4 will be continuing to learn their times tables. We will be exploring the 7, 8 and 9 times table and using manipulatives to help us represent their multiples.

Click on the image above to play some times table games.






This half term, we are exploring 'Escape from Pompeii' to support our learning of the Romans and volcanoes.

We are concentrating on using fronted adverbials and writing a recount in the form of a diary. 

Click on the image to watch an animation of the eruption of Pompeii.

Keep an eye out for some of our descriptive writing about a volcanic eruption!


We went to the Liverpool World museum to find out about Anglo Saxon life.

We have been planting trees for our Forest School

We used Lego to investigate catapults and explore the forces and mechanisms needed in order for them to work.

Making lanterns for the Ellesmere Port lantern parade

Anglo Saxon day at Tatton Park. Look at our expert shield formation!

Here are some pictures of our poppies and Black History Month art

On the 16th October, we were lucky enough to have Action Transport theatre group in to perform their play 'Adrift'. It made us think carefully about refugees and their difficult journeys. 

Adrift - Action transport

We enjoyed our trip to Ness Gardens even if we did get wet ☔️ We identified different insects and vertebrates when pond dipping and going on a mini beast hunt.

Hot seating David and Goliath. We thought about the qualities God looks for in us.

We were very excited for our first lesson in wider opportunities. 

We all learnt our first note and learnt some musical vocabulary such as tempo, pitch, crescendo and beat. We also learnt to identify some rhythms using 'tea' 'coffee' to help us count the beats. 

Year 4 are very enthusiastic and can't wait for their next lesson!


Our first lesson playing our instruments 🎼🎺

Here is one of our magic spells that we wrote in English when studying 'Leon and the Place Between, The children had to use abstract and concrete nouns!

Click on the video and listen to our magical words.

Abdul Kazam magic spell

Still image for this video