Our first week back saw the year 4’s time travel back to the Anglo-saxon times with a trip to Winchester, ancient capital of Wessex. Events of the day included:
Handling artefacts as an archeologist:
Examining and digging for artefacts:
Exploring Winchester Cathedral for Saxon evidence and finding mortuary chests that contain the bones of Anglo-Saxon Royalty:
and listening to the legend of the St Swithun:
The children enjoyed many more activities linked to the Anglo-Saxons and before returning to 2019 discovered an familiar face that had enjoyed some time travel too.
Have a lovely weekend.
The Year 4 team.
We started the week in wild and wacky colours to raise money for CAFOD and end it having taken part in the Stations of the Cross at Oaklands chapel to shepherd in the Easter holidays. We wish you a happy Easter celebration with your family and friends.
4S: Maddie Gissing: ‘For using the gifts God has given her to be a thoughtful, bubbly and enthusiastic member of the class’.
4B: Taylor Bryden: ‘for using the gifts God has given him to be a hardworking and resilient member of the class.’
4S: Robert Dimitru: ‘For producing a letter independently and editing to improve his writing.’
4B: Charlie Wright: ‘For persevering and overcoming challenges in his writing.’
Mathemagician – March 2019:
4S: James Watson for challenging himself with his problem solving and reasoning in Maths.
4B: Emily Long for gaining confidence with problem solving.
First week back after Easter holidays – whole school Penny Drive – bring in spare pennies for CAFOD.
Friday 26h April – Trip to Winchester
We have given the children a list of creative tasks for the Anglo Saxons/Vikings that they can do over the holidays. If they have another history project in mind then they are welcome to bring in for the first week back after the holidays.
We hope you have a lovely break.
The Year 4 Team