Welcome to the Year 3 and 4 curriculum page
The class teachers in year 3 and 4 this year are:
Sensational Strong- Mrs Goodfellow and Miss Rosie-Grice
Almighty Ahlberg- Miss Mills
Bright Blyton- Miss Walsh
Fearless Fines- Miss Grimwood
Magnificent Morpurgo- Miss Walker
Dynamic Dahl - Mrs Brandwood-Wilson
Creative Curriculum Autumn 1
During the autumn term that children in year 3 and 4 took part in an authentic Roman experience. They were given the opportunity to become Romans for the day, where they learnt a Roman dance, how the Roman's created aqueducts to carry fresh water. The children were then given the opportunity to create their own aqueducts across the classroom. Throughout the day, the children also learnt the importance of laurel reefs, who wore them and why they were given.
Year 3 and 4 have been learning about where food comes from during our theme 'How Many Miles Do We Eat.' They had a great time trying out different foods from around the world and enjoyed their trip to Morrisons to look at where different fruits and vegetables are grown as well as learning about Fairtrade products.
Year 3 Music
On Wednesday 6th December, Year 3 children put on a brilliant performance for parents. It was fantastic for children to demonstrate their musical talent!
Year 3 English
To inspire their poetry writing, children in year 3 took part in an autumn walk. Take a look at our little adventure below.
To complete our creative cooking theme 'How many miles do we eat?' the children in year 3 and 4 made their very own quesadilla. The children learnt how to chop and grate vegetables as well as learning how the importance of food hygiene. Take a look at photos below of the children enjoying and preparing their quesadilla's.
Christmas in year 3 and 4
Year 3 and 4 had an amazing time celebrating Christmas. We had our Christmas jumper day, carol concert and a Christmas themed always event where children made gingerbread houses and other tasty treats. Year 4 also had their inspire morning. The children made some lovely winter themed decorations.
Spring -Who were the Flintstones?
Our creative theme for this term is 'Who were the Flintstones?' The children have become archaeologists and discovered what Stone age people ate as well as what items were around in this period of time. The children are looking forward to their upcoming trip, where they will learn how to survive just like people in the stone age.