British Values Week
We have been studying British Values, focusing particularly on 'Respect'. Here is some of our work:
We also discussed the work of the Parliament in the United Kingdom. We discovered what the job of an MP is, and held a debate in our very own House of Commons that we set up in 4Z classroom! We chose a speaker and a Prime Minister, and debated whether to enact a bill about banning smoking.
During British Values week, we also elected class representatives for our year in Year 4. Each candidate had to write a letter stating why they would be a good Class Rep and why they should be chosen by the class. After the election, it was revealed that George will represent 4Z and Olive will represent 4X.
In the Autumn term, our topic has been 'Prehistoric Times' and we have been learning all about Britain in the Stone Age through to the Bronze Age.
We have studied Stonehenge and done lots of fantastic artwork to support our learning!
4Z did an assembly all about our learning in this topic.
We also went on a trip to Outdoor Elements, where we had a fantastic time experiencing what it might have been like to have been living in the Stone Age!
WAGOLL stands for 'What A Good One Looks Like' and whenever we have done some WAGOLL work, it is displayed as a fantastic example of work to be proud of! Here is some WAGOLL work: