Some of the Year four children had an amazing time on Monday when they visited the Houses of Parliament. They arrived at 1.30pm and enjoyed a lovely picnic in the park, before entering Parliament’s security. All children and adults were searched and bags were checked as if they were going through an airport. The tour of parliament was fascinating and they even got to sit in the House of Commons and the House of Lords. Once the tour had finished, children split into groups and took part in a workshop. They were placed in different political parties, then created a […]
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Our class teachers are Mrs Hames, Mrs Elvins and Mrs Bridge.
We also have Miss Blundell and Mrs Robinson working with us in our classes.
Year 4 are looking forward to enjoying their last half term at Oak Hill First school before moving on to their middle schools, but we do not have time to relax. Miss Kelly has commissioned us to put on an end of term play so there is no time to waste because we have got auditions to do, songs to learn and dances to create. The play has arrived “Treachery at traitors quay!” sounds intriguing doesn’t it? Based during World War Two, this play has it all, spies, traitors and songs. Learning how to read and create our own play […]
Year 4 Outdoor Learning Day We had a fantastic day on Wednesday with our Outdoor Learning and luckily the weather held off. Children took part in a co-ordinates challenge, where they had to map out an area, then plot features using their co-ordinate skills. They also had the chance to create a scene from Matilda using a range of materials, then acted out the scene in costume. Team building was the next challenge and all classes took part in the activity with such enthusiasm. Well done to all Year 4 children, for helping to create such a fun and memorable […]
The Synagogue trip was amazing! Year four learnt so much more about the Jewish faith and traditions, as well as the important symbols and objects within their magnificent place of worship. Children were given the opportunity to wear a special Jewish cap, called a Kippah, and were lucky enough to see the Torah in all its splendour. What a fabulous way to end our religious studies this term.
Sophie from Dan the skipping man visited our school and we learnt some amazing new tricks. We discovered new skipping techniques and then shared our talent with the rest of the school during an assembly. Reece was crowned ‘star skipper’ and received a solar skipping rope to develop his new found skills with.