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Welcome to Seahorse Class

Welcome to Seahorse Class. We are all in Year 4 and are aged between 8 and 9 years old.

At school we benefit from learning about lots of different things in Maths, Geography and English. We all particularly enjoy our Science and History activities. Our teacher is Mr Wood.

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February 2016

Here's the lists of words your children should know!

Year 3,4,5 and 6 Word Lists


Autumn 2014

This term our whole school topic is weather.  we were delighted to be joined by TV weatherman Paul Mooney!

Autumn 2013

We had a fantastic term learning all about Space! We also had a 'no pens day' where we had the opportunity to do lots of drama.

June 2013

Our visit to Eden Camp was fantastic !! We learned lots about World War 2.

February 2012

This term our class is learning about Ancient Greece as part of our whole school topic on 'Our World'. Look out for photographs of our Greek production we are putting on at the end of this term!

November 2011

Our whole school is learning about the rainforest this term, we have a rainforest in our reading area. We have painted our faces in tribal designs, and visited Tropical World in Leeds. We have enjoyed practical maths this term on the playground.

Seahorses 2010/2011

Seahorses - Spring Term

This term we have been looking at inspirational Victorians as part of our 'Inspirational People' school topic. We had a fantastic day at the Railway Museum in York looking at the birth of the steam engine. We were joined by Penguin Class too as we are working on this topic together.

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