Welcome to our Year 4 Topic Work
Message from Vice Chair of Governors – Marie Blewitt
Tatton Park on a very wet Tuesday did not promising. However, thanks to the co-operation of our sensible, very well behaved Year 4 pupils, every activity was deemed to be ‘amazing’ and everyone participated enthusiastically.
We were based around the Old Hall, which is not an area open to the public. We learned about life in the Stone, Iron and Bronze Ages.
Well done Year 4, you asked some really good questions, which showed how well you were listening.
Thanks to the staff for organising the outing
Year 4 Trip – Stockport Air Raid Shelters
Year 4 brought their topic on the Second World War to life when they became evacuees for the day. At Stockport Museum, they were fully immersed into life during World War 2 – everything from ‘Make Do and Mend’ to acting as an ARP warden during an air raid.
Visiting the air raid shelters showed the children what life was like in the underground shelters. The children made the Year 4 staff extremely proud both with their behaviour (which was absolutely fantastic throughout the day) and the way they shared the knowledge which they had gained throughout the topic in school.
They also looked amazing in their costumes.
Thank you to Miss Wardle and Mr Copley for organising this event.
Also, thank you to all of the parents for their help with providing the outfits.
Well done, Year 4!
We hope that you have enjoyed looking at our
Year 4 Topic Work!
From Mrs Rimmer-Phillips, Mr Copley and all of