Welcome to Class 4 2022-2023
You can find out more about our learning by visiting the our curriculum section of our website.
Class 4 Curriculum Map 2022-2023
Class 4 have really enjoyed experimenting with Charcoal in our Art lessons.
Class 4 loved being creative and creating their own scenes and illustrating them using charcoal.
Class 4 used the ‘Jabberwocky’ nonsense poem to create individual illustrations for the poem. It was lovely to see their imagination shine through their art work.
Class 4 have been learning about electrical circuits in their Science lessons. They used this knowledge to create a light up reindeer in their DT lessons.
Class 4 have been learning about Sound in our Science lessons. They created string telephones to investigate how sound travels.
Class 4 have been learning about the different types of teeth humans have in our Science lessons. They enjoyed recreating a set of human’s teeth using marshmallows.
Class 4 have thoroughly enjoyed their Forest School sessions over the past two weeks. Last week, the children created nature bookmarks and enjoyed den building in their free time. This week, the children created nests using the nature around them. In their free time, they continued to build dens.
Class 4 have been learning how to adapt a recipe in their DT lessons. Over the past two weeks, the children have described some of the features of a biscuit based on taste, smell, texture and appearance and they have followed a recipe, with some support.
Patterns in Art
Class 4 have been exploring pattern in Art. The children made sensory drawings using needles and pencils. The results were fantastic!
Reception and Class 4 created dens in their forest school session today. All children worked really well in small groups and produced some fantastic dens!
Class 4 planted some new trees on the school field.
Class 4 had a great time at the Tennis Festival. Both teams worked extremely hard and came first and second place. Well done!
In Forest School, Class 4 learnt about fire safety and created their own Easter treat on the fire. It was delicious!
Class 4 created their own musical instruments in Forest School
Class 4 were visited this week by Stuart Langley. Stuart is a local artist and is working with Bishop Auckland Town Hall to create this summer’s interactive exhibition in their gallery. The children helped to create some content for Stuart’s exhibition.
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