In November, Year 4 visited Glastonbury Abbey to enhance their learning of Tudors. Despite the cold weather, they had a fantastic time exploring the ruins of the abbey and picking various herbs and vegetables used during the 16th century. They also had the opportunity to create their own Tudor toothpaste which, although useful, was absolutely disgusting! Before they left, there was just enough time to dress up as monks and learn about how Henry VIII set about removing monasteries. See above.
Pupils in Year 4 had a science lesson outside in which they looked at invertebrates and their habitats.