Welcome to our Class 4 page!
A big welcome back to our new Class 4!
We are looking forward to many exciting activities in the coming term. We started off last Thursday with a wonderful celebration of our new federation with Denton Primary. We really enjoyed our morning at Denton. All of us met lots of new people and had fun making new friends. The activities we took part in included a treasure hunt, art and team games. After lunch with our new friends, we were able to welcome the Denton children to Yardley. We had a really fantastic time creating chalk drawings on the playground and making ourselves part of our creations.
This linked beautifully to the work both schools are doing in English. We think the drawings we made are very impressive! What do you think?
As you may be aware, this week is National Refugee Week. For the past few weeks we have been exploring issues surrounding refugees and migration in our work. We were lucky enough to have Lacey’s mum come in and talk to us about her volunteer work with refugees, which we all found both informative and insightful. In English, we have been studying the book ‘The Island’ by Armin Greder and have used it to as our inspiration to create some really super dialogue. We have also created some blackout poetry using stories of refugees as our starting point. Blackout poetry is created by taking a text and then using a black marker to black out some words until a new poem is formed. We had to choose which words to keep very carefully to ensure that our new poems not only made sense, but also told their own story.
We are also very proud of our artwork on this topic. As part of Nationl Refugee Week, the organisation Wellingborough Welcomes Refugees has set up an art compition. The hope was that creating art focusing on refugees, exile and migration would encourage participats to reflect on the issues and question how we can best take action. With the help of Mrs Costello, we have managed to produce some really fantastic work. We are very proud of what we have created and the competition has also encoraged us to think about the subject in a new way.
Class 4 Updates
- Federation Day
- National Refugee Week
- Worry Dolls
- Cadbury World
- The Big Bang!
- Young Voices - Our Big Day!
- Young Voices
- Art Exhibition and Lantern Making
- Teacher of the Week
- We Love Drama!
- London Adventure!
- Move Up Morning
- Words of Wisdom
- Running Wild
- We Visit Nissan and Magistrates Visit Us!
- Class 4 Curriculum Overview and Weekly Tasks