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Term 4


This term our topic is 'What did the Romans leave behind?'


In History, we will be learning all about the Romans and how they changed Britain.

In English, we are reading Escape from Pompeii by Christina Balit. We will write a dilemma story, a Volcano explanation text and Volcano concrete poem.



In Maths, we will finish looking at multiplication and division.


In Science, we will be continuing our work on light and shadows. 


In Art, we will be creating our own mosaics using a variety of media. In DT Food Technology, we will be designing, creating and evaluating pizzas. 


In P.E., we will finish our swimming lessons and then cover gymnastics.


Our R.E. topic is 'What do people believe about God?' and our PSHE topic is 'Healthy Me'. In Computing, we will be learning about animation.

Measuring shadows

Volcano concrete poems using word art

Some of our Coronation poster entries for the Killamarsh Parish Council competition

British Science Week 2023

The theme for British Science Week this year is CONNECTIONS.



Miss Gelder from Wales High School created a video lesson for us. She choose the activity BRIDGE BLUNDER from the Primary Activity British Science Week pack. This activity is designed to get you thinking about the connections between weights, forces and measures.



We tested the bridges by adding pebbles. We made a bridge with paper and noticed that it was strong enough to hold the weight of one pebble. Every child/group managed to improve and strengthen their design. 


Our winning bridge was made by Olly. It held all of the pebbles and didn't bend at all!


Look at our photos below.


Have a look at the link below to try this activity at home.

Some of our BSW competition entries

Roman display- 'What did the Romans leave behind?'

Sheffield Hallam University nurses, using ABCDE for casualties and the recovery position

RSPB Wild Challenge

Last year, Y3/4D took part in the RSPB Wild Challenge and completed their Bronze award. This year, we are aiming to achieve our Silver award and maybe even Gold. Each award involves completing 6 challenges. 3 challenges need to Help nature and 3 need to Experience nature.




This year, we have completed 3 challenges. Wild Writing linked to our Science/Art work based on Wilson 'Snowflake' Bentley, Weather Wizard by enjoying playing out in the snow and Planting for Wildlife with Rykneld homes and the Killamarsh Conservation Group.


We only have two more challenges to complete to achieve our Silver award!

World Book Day - Reading in unusual places

Computing - animations

Bulb planting in the community with Rykneld Homes and the Killamarsh Conservation Goup