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Welcome to Year 4

Cherry Blossom Class

Cherry Blossom

Class Teacher: Ms M  Davies

Super Amazing Teaching  Assistant: Mrs Epps


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Class Teacher: Mrs Jones and Mrs Prior

Teaching Assistant: Miss Nichol

Cherry Blossom Class Blog

Friday 8th November

Did you know that everyone in Cherry Blossom won the cup this week for being excellent representatives of Blean Primary on our visit to the cathedral last week?smiley

Last week was “Collaboration week” and it began with a gruesome crime scene – full of clues that we had to work together to solve.  As detectives we had to record our thoughts in our collaboration leaflets – great fun!

During the week we collaborated on our next Hall display and then we chopped and peeled lots of vegetables to make vegetable soup, just like the food medieval pilgrims would eat. We tasted it at the end of the afternoon – delicious!

But the highlight of the week was on Friday….

We had an energetic start to the morning walking like pilgrims on a journey to the Westgate Towers to meet Hugh the medieval pilgrim.  He walked with us to the cathedral where we had a busy morning finding out about and retelling the story of Thomas Becket.  We all enjoyed the other learning experiences too – practising chipping away at stone like a stonemason, writing with feather quills and printing with illuminated letters.   Luckily we caught the double decker bus back to school because there was more excitement to come as it was the school disco!

We have been completing our Walter Tull paintings and Paper plate poppies for Remembrance Day. Our pebbles will be on display outside school on Monday, 11th November.


We have made the most amazing information leaflets about the Arctic this week as we are starting our unit on Arctic explorers. They are on display in class now that our poppies are on display outside school.

    We have been learning about Perimeter in maths and nouns and pronouns in English.  This afternoon we are looking forward to starting our Science unit on sound and doing some active learning with a “Sound Walk”.  Here are some examples of our prior knowledge…