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Year 4 News

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Last week in Year 4!

Throughout English last week, Year 4 took a step back in time to experience what life was like in Tudor London in comparison to the countryside. Luckily, we could just step outside and immerse ourselves in the countryside. We sat in the forest area and listened to nature, smelt the fresh air and just took a moment to think about what it is actually like in the countryside. After this, we watched video, listened to audios, explored drawings and read extract to help us understand what life might be like in Tudor England — it was not pleasant! We used all of this fantastic work to create a bank of ideas we could refer to in our writing. The end result was a fantastic letter written to Margery (our Main character's sister) telling her about what Matthew's new life in London was like. I am so proud of what Year 4 have achieved.

In Maths we learnt how to use bar charts and line graphs to represent data. We even collated data about Year 4 children's favourite books. I was very happy to see that Treason made it on our list! We then used these graphs to answer some very difficult questions. Everyone worked very hard especially on their presentation.

With DT this week we have learnt even more about Tudor houses. We explored what they were made out of and what patterns were used. We were then able to sketch our own design for our Tudor houses. As part of computing we continued to use Skitch to annotate the features of Little Moreton Hall. They are looking great!

It was another fantastic week!

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