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What a brilliant afternoon learning about some of the paralympic sports and meeting some paralympians. The children experienced what it was like to play sport blindfolded using their other senses to listen and feel for a ball. In addition to that they had a judo coaching session with Dan Powell and met his guide dog - Elmo! Sitting on the floor, the children got to experience sitting down volleyball and taking part in a running coaching session with Chris -Libby's running guide.

They met Libby Clegg and listened to what it was like to run in the London paralympic games with a super question and answer session. Libby had kindly brought her medals to show the children who all got the chance to wear them. The gold medals were really heavy!

An inspirational afternoon was had by all.

4TS Parent representitive

4TS Parent representitive 1
Mrs Tooley is the parent class rep for 4TS. She will represent you at half termly meetings. If you have any common issues or ideas that need addressing please let her know.

Some of the class were enjoying maths so much that it was continued outside at lunchtime.

Some of the class were enjoying maths so much that it was continued outside at lunchtime. 1
Some of the class were enjoying maths so much that it was continued outside at lunchtime. 2
Some of the class were enjoying maths so much that it was continued outside at lunchtime. 3

Welcome to 4TS's class page!

What a wonderful start we have had to the term, all of the children have got stuck into our new topic the Vikings.


We have attached the curriculum map for you to see what we will be learning this half term.


Pictures and useful links will be posted on this page throughout the year to help you with your learning and so you can show your adults what we have been busy doing in school.


We would also like to thank all of the parents who came along to our meet the teacher meeting this morning, if you have any further questions about your child's learning please do not hesitate to ask at the end of the day.

Mrs Thomas and Mrs Stephenson 

Viking Helmets

We looked at some Viking helmets based on accurate archeological finds. We were surprised how decorative they were. First we drew our own design in our art books and then made a framework. There was some wonderful teamwork working together to construct the frame.

Then we started to  build on our design using papier mache. Keep looking back for updates. 


Problem solving in maths.

We had a problem solving session in school on Tuesday.

The children had to use maths talk to describe a lego structure hidden in a box.  They they had to relay that information to their team who needed to build an identical structure. It was hard!

The children had great fun (added to some frustration) when the models took a while to become identical. 

Great team working skills were required. Well done 4TS!

Problems! Problems! Problems! Where do we start?

Named Uniform.

As I am sure you can imagine, there are many items of clothing which look similar in school. This week some jumpers have been misplaced already. Unfortunately, they were not named which makes it tricky to return. 

Please name ALL clothes with a PERMANENT PEN.



A reminder that our PE days are Tuesdays and Fridays.

Please make sure that PE kits are in school on these days.

We will continue to do PE outside as long as the weather allows.

Children may bring a jumper/tracksuit top and jogging bottoms to wear as the weather turns cooler. 


The Daily Mile

We will be running (to the best of our ability)  one mile everyday. It is therefore very important that trainers are in school everyday. It is stony track and tricky to run on in thin shoes. Log onto the website for more information on the value of this exercise. 


The topic question we want to answer this term is...

Were the Vikings Vicious?

Our WOW day!

We had a very busy day designing and making shields in the style of a Viking. Then we had our own version of

'The Great Viking Bake Off'.

Shields: The children looked at designs which had been discovered from archaeological digs. This inspired them to create their own.(Photos to be added soon.)

Bake Off: The children were given a technical challenge to follow a recipe to make an authentic Viking loaf of bread.

It was interesting to see how different the shapes and sizes were! Perhaps more practise weighing ingredients is required.



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