Mr Walsh's Year 4 Class Blog

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Congratulations

January20

Well done to this week’s award winners.

Bronze Award – Max, Sonnie and Keigan

Honesty Award – Sophia

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Award Winners

January11

Congratulatuons to the first award winners of the new year!

James – Star of the Week

Honesty Award – Ole

Bronze Winners – Oscar, Arran and Oscar

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Dance

January9

This week we have begun our next topic in PE, dance. Using the theme of a feast dance during Anglo Saxon times we have been working on beats and creating a character through dance. Hopefully you can watch the final results in a few weeks during our class assembly.

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Welcome to the World of Saxons and Vikings

January7

Happy New Year to all. We hope you have enjoyed your festive break. Our first two days into the school term have allowed us to explore our creativity through producing self portraits in the form of Viking warriors and designing our own Dragon kites, inspired by those from How to Train Your Dragon. Keep checking back for more updates as we move through the term.

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Congratulations

December14

Here are our final award winners of the year. Congratulations to you all.

Bronze Award Winners: Daniel, James, Lewis C, Joseph, Tiana and Deacon

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DT

December14

As our Romans topic is coming to an end, we have been looking at the final component of the Roman Army. Weaponary. We have studied the different components of Roman catapults creating our own versions on a smaller scale. We even tested the items with different sweets to test their effectiveness.

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Rome

December14

The bright, yellow lights came on. The more it got darker the ,more  the lights came on. The tall ,giant  trees and the light brown bridge were covered in light . The sky  was orange was like  fire. The lights came on. The sky, was orange as can be. On the bridge , was lots of lights .  Wen it is night the lights wake up.  The  houses are small but  the cathedral  is  giant.

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Beautiful sunset in Rome

December14

The sky is as clear as see through dust. The  more the dark it got the more the lights burned in the evening sun set . The long  , stone bridge stood over the shimmering lake . As orange as fire the sun came  down .The lights got lighter and, lighter .Under the bridge the lake shimmered like diamonds  .The trees sawed like the wind . It  was getting darker so the came on.

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The beautiful , bright distance

December14

The blue , reflective and glass looking river ( lake ) was standing still in the cold in the distance in Rome . The more it became  darker the more eye catching the lights were . The peach , dusky sky was so beautiful and bright . The lights on the bridge were as bright as a star and the river was sparkling like dimonds . The distance is so mesmerizing . In the distance , there were III (3) domes . On the sky , there were clear, evening clouds . The sun waved goodbye to the buildings . The distance was so beautiful and colourful .

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what is it like in Rome at dusk?

December14

In the gloomy, dusk  sky the orange lights turned on. The more dusk it came, the more the lights got brighter. As the long, straight bridge got brighter the sparkling, diamond river shone out.  The trees like giants  stretched before they went to sleep. Everything  is quiet. At dusk, the lights wake up and meet together. At the Cathedral , the lights make it stand out. the lights blinked into operation. The lights are stunning, but they are very bright.

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