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Kampala (Year 4)

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Important things to remember:

*We usually have PE on Tuesday afternoons. Make sure you bring in your PE kit and that you have a warmer kit during these colder months.

*Homework is normally set on a Friday and due in on a Wednesday. There may be the odd occasion when we set a piece of homework on a different day or ask for you to bring it in on a different day.

*Remember to read every day after school and bring in your signed reading diary every morning.

We went on a trip to see the features of the River Wandle. We found meandors, a source, a tributary, rapids, cascades and river banks. We also got to have our break time at the park by the River Wandle!

We have worked hard with our entry to the Wheelbarrow Garden competition. We decided to create a mini allotment. Erica, Sydney, Ridaa, Kadi and Tommy even donated plants and seeds to go inside our allotment!

We have worked hard with our entry to the Wheelbarrow Garden competition. We decided to create a mini allotment. Erica, Sydney, Ridaa, Kadi and Tommy even donated plants and seeds to go inside our allotment! 1

In R.E. we have been exploring Easter through art. We learnt about the story behind Easter and how it is celebrated. Then on the last day before our Easter break we found that the Easter bunny had paid Kampala Class a visit!

'Willy the Wimp' Moving Book

In D&T we celebrated book week by creating a moving book inspired by the Anthony Browne story Willy the Wimp.

Our Book Week was all about poetry and Anthony Browne this year. During Book Week we invited our parents in to class for a reading breakfast, we read in unusual places, we dressed up for World Book Day and we read to a year one class, Rome.

Our last topic was all about the Ancient Greeks. We made sandals and dressed up for a special Ancient Greek day!

In P.S.H.E. we had to make a difference to a cause we were passionate about. Kampala Class decided they wanted to help Children in Need and our class raised over £335 by doing a sponsored run, cake sale, non-uniform day and a cake raffle!

After our English unit on 'The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe' Kampala Class walked through the wardrobe door on the last day of the Autumn term to find that our classroom had magically turned into Narnia!


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