Roman workshop

Today we were visited by Cas from the Herts Museum service who bought with her a fantastic selection of Roman artifacts that had been discovered by Archaeologists. The children had a great morning touching, wearing and learning all about the uses of these.

Volcanic eruptions!

This week we’ve been learning all about Pompeii and Mount Vesuvius. As an extension of our English lessons we learnt about the types of rocks involved in volcanoes and the gases that are released in an eruption. As part of our DT work, we then used Modroc to create our own volcanoes which eru

Aboriginal story sticks

Today in Forest Schools we learnt about how Aboriginal tribes people created story sticks to remind themselves of different parts of special journeys. We than created our own story sticks too. In next week’s session, we’ll be lighting a camp fire and retelling our stories to the rest of

Roald Dahl Day

Today, Year 4 been celebrating Roald Dahl day with lessons themed around ‘dreams’. As part of this, we explored part of the story of The BFG, including why the Big Friendly Giant delivers children’s dreams in “Dream Jars”. We even had a go at designing our own Dream