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Sports Day Fun!😃🥇

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Hockey in the sunshine!

4F have been practising their hockey skills outside this afternoon. So far they have learnt how to dribble and pass the ball, focusing on push passes today. Comment below with what you have enjoyed so far, how you have improved … Continue reading

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Terracotta Warriors Trip

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Busy Day in 4F!!!

Finished off our R.E topic about Islam & our History topic about Ancient China! check out the video below: We have made our very own tomb and personal artifacts that Lady Fu Hao was burned with! Well done 4F keep … Continue reading

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Sports Relief Run!

Great Fun! Thanks to everyone who joined in! Don’t forget to bring your sponsor money in!

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Swimming champions!

A huge well done to everyone in 4F for their achievements in swimming.  They enjoyed a fun play session for their last visit today! Miss Pounder x

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Pizza fun!

On Tuesday, 4F learnt about the Food Pyramid in Science and what they need to eat to have a healthy, balanced diet.  They made pizzas using a selection of ingredients from the different food groups. Comment below with what you … Continue reading

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World Book Day!

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Oracle Bones!

Oracle bones were used in Ancient China to ask questions to the Gods and the answers would be interpreted by the people based on what happened to the bone.  For example, a crack appearing on the bone (and where) would … Continue reading

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The Willow Plate Story

A belated post but I thoroughly enjoyed watching your performance of The Willow Plate Story, 4F!  A Chinese legend that can still be seen on china plates today.  (Thank you Michael for bringing yours in from home to share). You … Continue reading

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