We are racing through the summer terms now and there is no sign of slowing down. Our School of Rock performance is really coming together nicely. We will soon be visiting Fernhill Farm for our annual camping trip and we are very excited!
Term 4 was so exciting and jam-packed with so many fun activities. We rounded up our Egypt project by transforming our classroom into a museum and invited the whole school and our families to visit. We even made it into the papers. http://www.thewestonmercury.co.uk/news/education/history-lesson-brought-to-life-for-students-1-4973763
To help us prepare, we visited Bristol Museum and took part in a hands-on workshop within their Egypt Gallery. Some of us got busy at home, performing mummification on dolls and teddies! We take our learning very seriously.
Have a look at the photos of our dance performance at The Playhouse in March. Following our theme in terms 1&2, 'Desert Mountains', we performed a dance representation of the 1848 Gold Rush. It's all go in Class 4.
This summer we are beginning a new topic based around the Vikings. Keep an eye on our progress. Furthermore, we are pleased to announce that we have won the rights to perform 'School of Rock' as our end of year performance.
Our class team strive to develop independence, resilience and confidence everyday. We want to be great learners. We work as a class 'crew' and make sure we look out for one another. With the right mind-set and such an exciting curriculum, we love coming into class each day!