Author Archives: MrCorker
In the final week of the half term, Class 4 made their own Viking Longships! We designed them ourselves and each pair made a step by step guide on how to make their ship. What did you like the most about making the Longships? What can you tell me about the features of a Viking … Continue reading
In the final week of the half-term, Class 4 went on an amazing trip to the National Media Museum in Bradford. In the morning, the children went on a guided TV production tour, where they got to explore the exciting world of television, including becoming actors and cameramen themselves! In the afternoon, the children went … Continue reading
Class 4 have been learning all about states of matter, and in our final two sessions the focus was on evaporation and condensation. Class 4 had lots of fun trying to dry Ziggy’s clothes ready for his birthday party!! We had a selection of equipment and resources around the classroom and had to think of our … Continue reading
On Tuesday 12th April 2016, St. Matthew’s were treated to a visit from the Road Safety team! Each class had an informative session where they were questioned, and given the opportunity to perform a role-playing scenario. What did you enjoy and learn from the session?
During the summer term, Class 4 will be learning all about Vikings! We will learn about the Viking raiders, the Viking way of life, trade, and also Viking culture. What are you most looking forward to learning about the Vikings and why?
On Friday 11th March, Class 4 joined Class 3 to take part in the 2016 Skipton Music Festival. The annual festival takes place in March at Skipton Town Hall. This year there was a big crowd and the highly anticipated performances were a joy to behold. St. Matthew’s were first on stage and set the … Continue reading
As you will be aware, eSafety is becoming an increasingly crucial aspect of a child’s education, as many children now have access to the internet. As well as the benefits, it is important we learn about the possible dangers the internet can bring, and Class 4 & 5 have been doing exactly that! On Tuesday … Continue reading
Class 4 have spent two Tuesday afternoons creating their Anglo-Saxon settlements. We cut up cereal boxes and used wood, straw, card, different types of paper, cocktail sticks, cotton wool and lollipop sticks to create our settlements. Don’t they look pretty!
This week, Class 4 have been learning all about Roman numerals! Can you tell me which numbers/symbols we have created with our bodies? Which is your favourite Roman numeral symbol?
In January, Class 4 will begin their exciting new topic studying the Anglo-Saxons! What are you most looking forward to learning about in this topic?