The summer term topic in Year 4 has been based on habits around the world. It has provided the children with opportunities to develop skills in a range of subjects including: literacy, numeracy, science, geography and art.
At the beginning of the term, the children produced some excellent shoebox habits demonstrating their knowledge, initiative and creativity.
In literacy, the children have continued to develop their writing skills within a range of texts including reports, stories, instructions and explanations producing some excellent written work.
During the second half term, Year 4 enjoyed a trip to Rainton Meadows Nature Reserve.
The children were able to learn about the range of plants, mini beasts and other animals which live nearby whilst observing them in their local habitat. Using classification keys, the children were able to identify a range of weird and wonderful creatures. Some of the children also explored the school environment in order to find out which creatures make our school ground their home.
Finally, a massive well done to the children for the hard work they have put in throughout this school year! We hope they have a fantastic and well deserved summer holiday.
Good luck for Year 5 and the future. Keep up the hard work.