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Abbey Primary School

A caring, sharing, achieving school, putting the child at the heart of everything we do.

Year 4 Miss Slater

In Geography, the children used compasses to navigate the school grounds. They marked North, East, South and West onto their maps to help them.

Year 4 Miss Slater also known as... SUPER SCIENTISTS!

As part of our Art, the children created Tudor Roses out of clay and then painted them.

As part of our History study of Richard III, Year 4 recreated the famous archaeological excavation of the King in the car park.

Tudor portrait painting

Year 4 came altogether for a Tudor feast, we ate our homemade bread and gingerbread!

We started off our Tudor topic by making some delicious Tudor bread, ready for our feast!

We continued our research with solids, liquids and gases by melting chocolate! Yum!

Super scientists were out again, this time looking at ice melting!

Year 4 chocolate tasting - mixed reviews!

Art inspired by our trip to Magna

Super scientists at work, investigating melting ice with different variables

Our amazing trip to Magna Science Adventure

We started our new topic off with a bang, exploring different transformations!

Using our researching and ICT skills to find out about Mexican artist, Frida Kahlo.

Large-Scale Digestive Systems

 

ICT and artistic skills supported our large-scale scientific diagrams of the digestive system today. Can you guess who we drew around to create our human body outlines? How does the human digestive system work and why it is so important? Ask us - we’re overflowing with knowledge!

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