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Primary Four

Mighty Me

In our first Primary 4 topic, the children love to explore their senses through a range of activities in ABL (Activity Based Learning).  The children will be tasting, smelling, touching, hearing and seeing a variety of fantastic things.

Grand Designs

In Primary Four we will be exploring the materials used to build houses and research different types of houses.  During ABL the children will visit our Estate Agents and discover the people involved in the planning of and building of a house.

World War 2

The children are always extremely keen to start the War topic. Through ABL the children will explore what it would be like to be an evacuee, rationing, and what an air raid shelter looked like and how it was used.


Our final topic of Primary Four is Minibeasts. Throughout our Minibeasts topic we will hunt for minibeasts, identify them and even create a magic minibeast potion!  Through ABL the children will explore why minibeasts live in certain places.  The children will be given the opportunity to make an imaginary minibeast using a range of interesting materials and research different minibeasts in group work.

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