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Term 1 – I am Warrior!

We are brave, powerful warriors, and we will meet in battle! We’ll research Celtic and Roman warriors and write soliloquies as soldiers. Using different source materials, we’ll investigate the Roman Empire and read Roman numerals. After designing and making shields, we’ll test them in battle and practise our attacking and defending skills. The Celtic warrior queen, Boudicca, will inspire us to create stories, models and artwork. Using maps, globes and information books, we’ll compare Britain (the home of the Celts) and Rome (the home of the Romans).



We will be learning the story of Romulus and Remus and then learning about how to write our own version of the myth. We will then imagine ourselves as Roman soldiers and write a letter back home about the terrible conditions we face. Linked to our history learning, we will be writing a crime report about the rebel queen Boudicca.


Beginning the term by investigating place value, we will use our knowledge to spot pattern in number. We will then apply this to the methods of calculation for the main operations.



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Roman Day


Year 4 will be taking part in a Roman Day on 18th October.  The children will only need to wear their normal uniform.  They will take part in several  activities throughout the day and recreate some of the artefacts that Romans left behind.

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