Amazing pieces of art created for homework projects linked to the Vikings and How to Train Your Dragon
Year 4 have worked as a team to create origami virus structures after learning all about immunity and vaccines
We created and painted our own sculptures in the style of Henry Moore.
We have been comparing world Religions and looking at current issues and how we can make our world a better place. Some very thoughtful answers from our mature Year 4’s
We have enjoyed listening to to our composer Igor Stravinsky. We discussed how his music made us feel.
We produced some excellent work to celebrate Chinese New Year.
Year 4 had an interesting first lesson on area where they created rectilinear shapes using post-its!
The rain did not stop year 4 from playing hockey this week.
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Year 4 had a brilliant, festive afternoon creating Christmas cards inspired by Andy Warhol.
After working extremely hard in History, we enjoyed going to visit the Yorkshire Air Museum where we were able to see the planes used in the war.
Year 4 enjoyed using the Olympic equipment sent by North Kirklees School Sport Partnership. It definitely got out heart rates going!
Year 4 are exploring Pop Art art this term and have really enjoyed colour matching by recreating different pieces of Andy Warhol’s artwork.
Year 4 have enjoyed completing activities for Children in Need. They created Pudsey Bear Fact Files and Posters all about this charity, they solved Children in Need code breakers and made their own Children in Need board game.
We enjoyed taking part in Outdoor Classroom Day, we completed a scavenger hunt and played duck, duck goose!
Carlton Junior and Infant School
Upper Road, Dewsbury,
West Yorkshire, WF13 2DQ
Tel: 01924 325265
If you have any queries or require further information please contact school by email, telephone or letter and the office staff (Mrs O'Brien or Mrs Hussain) will be more than happy to help in any way they can.
Headteacher: Ms Mahmood
Chair of Governors: Mr A Afzal
SENCO: Miss E Hewitt