Ann Cam Church of England Primary School

Ann Cam Church of England Primary School
& Little Daffodils Pre-School

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Class 4

Welcome to our new Year 5 and 6s

Our topic this term is: the Extreme Earth!

What we are up to in Class 4

A Visit from the Dog's Trust and Mo from Stemworks (we built and programmed Lego Robots!)


After weeks of hard work, we have finally finished our moving Ferris Wheels!



Class 4 celebrates their love of reading with a visit to Newent Library (we will try and go every half term!)


This week we began our 12 week scheme with Chris Andrews from Project Touchline. Here, through Rugby, Mr Andrews will be teaching Christian Values and distinctiveness.

Well what a few weeks it's been! We've had visits from lots of amazing people including Anita from the Conram Life Trust who talked to Class 4 about keeping safe online:


and Kev Sutherland, an amazing comicstrip artist (his work includes the Beano!) who taught the children how to write and illustrate their own comics!


In Science we've been experimenting again, this time designing and making boats to test water resistance!


Cooking with Mrs Dyer takes place every week! This term pupils are making reindeer cupcakes :)


Science lessons in Class 4 exploring weight and mass using Newton Metres


Keep track of the gallery below (and in the gallery section of the website) to see what Class 4 get up to every week with Mini Marines!













 Walk Through the Bible (5 weeks learning all about the Old Testament through actions and interactive stories!)


Sporting Events

 Fit4Schools morning learning about diet and exercise and their benefits


Inter-house Cross Country


 Trips in Class 4

Class 4 had a fantastic time at Young Voices In Birmingham, the largest school choir concert in the world! They sang and danced among 8,000 children and watched by hundred of parents! They did Ann Cam proud!


A super trip Gloucester Cathedral this week for a Christingle Service (even a visit from the Bishop of Gloucester!)


Class 4 were kindly invited to Hellen's Farm in Much Marcle to see the Young Shakespeare company perform Macbeth. It was absolutely incredible and the acting was inspired!