Sherwood 2019!

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Wow Class 10! What a fantastic few days! There have been laughs, smiles, tears and amazing triumphs that we have both had the pleasure of witnessing.
Each and every one of you have overcome some sort of challenge this week. Whether it be your fear of heights, riding a bike or just being away from home; you have all conquered them! We are so proud of you all and have the pleasure of saying that you are our class, our children! We just want to say a HUGE thank you for your enthusiasm and making our time with you so enjoyable. We have great memories to look back on! You really are Legion X Pars Optima – ‘The Best!’

We can’t wait for the final term with you all!

Mrs Bramall and Miss Lloyd 😊😊

Here are a few of our favourite memories with you… please feel free to come into class to see the rest!

















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Investigating Sound!

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Last week, as part of Science Week, year 4 started to investigate sound. We looked into what sound is, how we hear and how differently it travels depending on varying factors. In order to investigate this, we used a decibel reader to read different sounds around us. We estimated before recording the actual decibels.

Class 10, what was the highest decibel reading that you recorded? How can you describe the change in the sound waves dependent on the sound made? Your homework, across this week, is to explore the sounds around you at home. Can you estimate the decibel reading or record it?


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Stage 1 complete!

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Today we completed stage one of our Roman shields. The classroom had a lovely atmosphere… there was great teamwork, great fun and everyone enjoyed an afternoon of ‘messy’ learning! Every child had a look of happiness or concentration on their faces! What is the next stage Class 10?



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The opponents… Legio X

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Well done Class 10! Another wonderful week linked to our current topic ‘Revolting Romans!’ You have all produced a fantastic design for a Roman shield based on the symbolic images they held.

Today was decision day, where we all voted for our favourite designs. Our books stayed out in the corridor throughout the afternoon to allow other members of staff and children to get involved… even Mr Fallon cast his vote!




We will now look at the top four designs shown below, identifying similarities and common themes and then refine our class legion design. We can’t wait to see the end result!




Over the weekend, your homework is to begin thinking of a legion name for our class, please post ideas on this blog if you wish!

In preparation for making our life size shield, we have each made our own prototype which is scaled 1:10 to our end creation. Can you describe the process we have carried out? How did we make the ‘boss’ section in the centre?




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Living the life of a Roman!

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Behind this formation stands the amazing children of Class 10 who ‘are a credit to us and our school!’
Every child participated, had fun and have learned about life back in Roman times. We are so proud of each and every one of you! See more of our journey from the day on the Seesaw Family app!

What did you enjoy about the trip today Class 10? Can you share a new fact?

Thank you again! You have been wonderful!

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How the other half lived…

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Today our emperors and gladiator slaves swapped roles to experience how the others lived. The emperors were served fresh, crusty bread and olives whilst they worked aswell as enjoying a few minutes extra play. The gladiator slaves served the food and had a go at making traditional Roman games with sticks and stones. Which role did you prefer and why? Can you find and share any further research on these groups of people from Roman times?












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Emperors and Gladiators

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Today we started our brand new topic!

We were each asked to pick a ticket out of a box. On it was written either ‘Gladiator’ or ‘Emperor’.

Then we had to stay in role all morning!

Gladiators had to wash the Emperor’s hands then make wrist bands with long threads to hold on to by the other Gladiators.

The Emperors made themselves laurel headbands to wear. They were allowed extra playtime and got treats such as drinks and sweets!


We all had a great first morning back. Well done to everyone for getting involved and staying in character. Here’s to a great term.

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