King Kong by Ethan

King Kong mounted the spire of the Empire State Building. How old was he? It’s a mystery. How tall was he? It’s a mystery. Where was he born? It’s a mystery.

Taller than a double decker bus, Kong gripped onto a ledge on the Empire State Building in the enchanted moonlight, searching for his true love. The stars glared at King Kong’s piercing, aqua blue eyes. His titanic fangs, which were shaped like katanas, gleamed in the chaos. His triangular nose twitched in the gust. His jaw gaped open, letting out an earsplitting roar.

The moonlight consumed his sharp vision. The blinded ape stumbled over a corner of the skyscraper. And his immense head dived over the brink of the tower into the vast abyss.


Glass ghost! By Greta

The rain cackled through a cracked window. The glass ghost’s dark, cutout eyes, which were shaped like shiny marbles, searched through creaky doors and windows. Her transparent, cracked glass skin shattered through walls. Shattered, then reformed. Shattered then reformed. Shattered then reformed. She was searching for her menacing sister. She was the reason she was dead.

King Kong by Olivia

The wind danced on King Kong’ s black fur. His immense fists, which were as big as basketballs, hit his fierce, strong chest. His bloody, powerful fangs bit into the Empire State Building. His red, raging eyes blinked with anger.




Roman Museum Extravaganza

Thank you so much to everyone who visited the Year 4 Roman Museum Extravaganzas on Wednesday 8th November or Thursday 9th November. The children really enjoyed sharing their knowledge interactively!

The Americas – Geography

We have started to learn about the Americas this week. Here are some links to explore:

North America:

Where is North America?

The Geography of North America:

A Map of the USA

South America:


Click the correct country on the map:

The Romans – Explore the areas we’ve learnt about

Lunt Fort

Roman Army

Here are some links to help you think about the Roman army, weapons and tactics:


Emperor Claudius

Roman Towns and Celt Villages,that%20were%20built%20to%20last.

Roman Roads–ks2-explain-this-roman-roads/z7c8wty

How the Romans changed Britain

Hadrian’s Wall

Roman Numerals


Maths Workshop – Multiplication and maths fluency

Thank you so much to all of the grown ups who came and joined in the fun. This is some of the information we discussed:

As promised, here is the link to the Times Table Check simulator:

A link to Times Tables Rockstars:

Some images of the slides explaining some of the games:

Super fingers

Times Tables Snap

Get confident with times tables, doubles and halves and number bonds if you need to:

Get active with your times tables:

Virtual dice:

Fraction Walls / Fun

100 square

Don’t forget to have fun with your chatterbox/ fortune teller!