Teacher: Mrs Hart Dyke
Teaching Assistant: Mrs Brierley, Mrs Nicholls
Volunteers: Mrs Bourne and Mrs Kellas
Welcome to Monet Class.
"Every day I discover more and more beautiful things" wrote Monet. Let's strive to make our class a beautiful place to learn this year.
This term we will be looking at Rivers and Mountains. We will learn about a river's journey from the source to the mouth, discovering many exciting meanders and tributaries on the way. We will make a Playground River, study a river of your choice in detail for a project and end the term by travelling to Greenwich and exploring the Thames foreshore - who knew there were so many treasures to find in the centre of London? We'll find the tallest mountain on earth, in space and under the ocean.
Science will be all about electricity and we'll end term with an experiment using battery power and circuits we've made ourselves.
Maths will include rounding, adding and subtracting, multilication and division, using formal methods to calculate. Our Mastery Curriculum means that we spend longer on the basics which means we are able to tackle very challenging tasks as term progresses.
In English we will make scary stories with episodes - and record them to get sound effects. Then we'll look at syllabic poems like Haikus and Tankas.
Along with Year 3 Warhol, we'll be visiting Tunbridge Wells Mosque. This is a wonderful opportunity to learn about Islam first hand, perhaps balancing the stories we read in the papers and see on the news. We might also make a Pilgimage to our local Church.
Art is - of course - in the style of Monet, particularly river and mountain art.
We are looking forward to an exciting term ahead.
Our Long Term Plan can be found here.
Year 4 Photos
Have a look at our Playground River video.
We celebrated Design and Technology by holding a whole-school DT week. The Infants made some moving toys, Lower Juniors made money containers and the Upper Juniors made automatons. Here are some … More >
As part of our topic on Rivers, Monet Year 4 visited The Thames foreshore for some "mudlarking". They searched for historical evidence on the sand and then completed some field studies to … More >
The school were delighted to receive so many Harvest food donations. Monet Year 4 led a Harvest Assembly, after which parents helped sort the produce ready for each class to deliver to elderly people … More >
6pm at St Margaret's Church
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