We have been uncovering some magnificent facts surrounding the great Anglo-Saxon ship burial site this week!
Sutton Hoo was such an important discovery as so many treasures were found of great value.
This indicates that an important person was buried there. Historians believe it was the grave of King Raedwold.
We will be using our recently excavated facts to help us write newspaper stories about the event from the 1939 archaeological dig!
This week's homework is also asking you to dig deeper to share more learning about Sutton Hoo! Enjoy your history task Year 4N :-)
Since we need to know our times tables back to front, upside down and topsy turvy by the end of Year 4 we thought it would be fun to explore arrays all around us!
There were lots around school!
Can you work out the multiplication calculation to match the photograph of the array?
How many arrays can you find around your house or in your local area?
Investigate and share with the class!
Year 4 have been exploring recipes so thought we'd test our skills in following instructions to make some party food from the past! (and taste the results too!)
Unfortunately Mary Berry couldn't visit school but Miss Needham was willing to step in her baking shoes to give some feedback!
We were surprised at how tasty these Anglo-Saxon cakes were and feel even more inspired to write our own recipes instructing others how to make them too!
Why not try making some at home this weekend! I'm sure you will remember the steps when you see the photographs!