Our final week as Year 4 has been an eventful one, as usual! We've been busy getting ready for our film premier. We had to make sure our final versions of our films were perfect for our awaiting audience and we finally completed our film journals where we've been documenting our film making journey. On Tuesday afternoon, we also made some refreshing Eton Mess for those coming to our premier. It was just perfect for the warm weather!
As well as all that, we went into town to complete our book corner project. We had the last of our money to spend as well as a donation from Mrs Hines after we persuaded her with a presentation we made. We went to the local charity shops and found some real treasures. We were very impressed with our choices as we had been desperate for some more non-fiction books. We had the opportunity to enjoy them later on in the day.
We've also been reflecting on our time in Year 4. We found it really difficult to pick one favourite moment as we've had so many experiences. We loved our visits to the British Museum, the Sea Life Centre and Kingswood. We've been inspired by our Roman Day and are incredibly proud of our achivements during our Book Corner Project. Here are some more things we said:
"It's been a long year and we've done so many fun things. It was all worth it!"
"It's been the best year!"
"I've really liked having new people join our class."
"I'm looking forward to our new class and teacher."
"It's been fantastic and memorable."
"In the future, I'll look back on this and remember this as a really good year."
While we are sad that Year 4 has come to an end, we have many good memories and are very excited about what next year will bring... Watch this space!
|Posted by: The Teachers||on: 20/07/2016|