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Year 4 History

In history this term the children have been building on their learning in Year 3 about Ancient Romans. We have been learning about their society and belliefs. In art we have been looking at Ancient Roman murals and mosaics.

Archeologists have discovered many examples of Roman art work in the ruins of Herculaneum and Pompei. Hurculaneum was on the opposite side of Mount Vesuvius to Pompeii, and both towns were destroyed when the volcano erupted. To find out more information check with an adult and follow the links.



Pompei video image


Herculaneum video

Year 4 Curriculum

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Recent Comments

This looks like an amazing experience. Just amazing! Well done to all involved ?
We had such a wonderful time!
I loved science week it was really intresting.
I enjoyed learning out Abington park
I have enjoyed making canopic jars ?

Helping at Home

As always at home we encourage regular reading and spellings and times tables practise. Home Learning is given out on a Thursday and due in on a Tuesday. Spellings are given out on a Monday and tested the following Monday. 

Web links

Here are some links to useful websites:  - Times Tables Rockstars – A selection of Maths and English games - A fantastic resource for our theme