Hello and welcome to Year 3 and 4 at St Mary’s CE Primary school.
The teaching staff in this class are Mrs McPhail, Mrs O'Brien, Mrs Hissitt and Miss McCulloch. We would like you to visit this page to find out everything that is happening in Year 3 and 4. We hope to keep you updated on what we have been learning and you can look out for any homework that we would like your child to complete.
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As part of their Romans history work, Year 3 and 4 visited Segedunum Roman Fort in Wallsend. They learned what life was like in the Fort and pretended to be new recruits in the Roman army arriving for training. They also had the opportunity to explore the fort remains and discover what life was like nearly 2000 years ago!
This half term, we have been developing our drawing skills using line, texture and tone. We used different lines and techniques such as cross hatching and stippling to add texture to our drawings.
We used all our skills to design our own Mexican Sugar Skull.
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