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Monkey Class

🏆⭐️ Pupil Of The Week ⭐️🏆

Daisy

Introductory Information for Monkey Class

Trip to Rippledown

Year 4 had a great trip to Rippledown to explore different habitats ready for our next Science topic. The children gained experience of pond dipping where they were amazed by the different creatures found! This was followed by exploring the habitats of mini beasts in a woodland setting and we were even lucky enough to spot a baby rabbit heading back to it's warren. We finished the day with a woodland walk where the children were shown different plants and animal tracks. In the local church yard we even saw a 1,300 year old Yew tree and a genuine pirate grave!

World Book Day

We all dressed up as a book character to celebrate World Book Day.

Can you tell who we are?

Picture 1

'The Day The Crayons Quit' by Drew Daywalt

 Have a look at the photographs below to see some of the activities that we have been doing around the book of 'The Day The Crayons Quit'. The children worked enthusiastically all week to produce some great work. 

'Our European Neighbours' Geography Project

Monkey Class have been learning about our European neighbours. They have been working in groups to help research each of their chosen countries. They have not only learnt lots of new facts but have also been working hard to work collaboratively and support each other.

Trip to the 'Kent Museum of Life'

In Term 2, Year 4 visited the 'Kent Museum of Life' to learn about how the Ancient Egyptians lived. They all looked fantastic in their Egyptian outfits and gained a lot of knowledge which helped them to understand what it would have been like to live 5,000 years ago.

Egyptian Day

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