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Queen Eleanor's C of E Junior School

Queen Eleanor's C of E Junior School"A caring, supportive community, grounded in a Christian ethos, where children are inspired to explore their potential and develop skills for life."

4T's class page

Here are some examples of the electronic games we have been making.

During our Victorian Day, we experienced what it was like to be taught by a strict teacher in a Victorian classroom and we learnt about Victorian food. We made sandwiches and our very own Victoria Sponge Cakes which we enjoyed in the afternoon when we had a picnic. Here are some of our photographs.

Here are some photographs taken during our visit to Milestone Museum. The children got to experience what it was like to attend school in Victorian times. The teacher was very strict and the boys and girls had to sit separately. We found that writing on a slate and using an abacus for maths was not that easy. It was harder still having to work in silence!

Here are some photos our maths work - we have been finding fractions of different amounts and used bar models to help us.

Here are some of our suspense stories which we proof-read and edited.

Here are 4T working in groups looking for examples of biography features.

As part of RE, Year 4 had a guest speaker to talk to them all about Judaism.