Year four (By Kayleah)

Welldone Year 4 i ythink that we have been improving in every subject 🙂

Especialy literacy in Haikus I made this one :

Friends play together 5……

make friends and play together 7 …………

And  friends forever  5

i like this Haiku because it describes friendships and dont just play with one person play with everryone and dont leave pepole out.

In Numracy we have been improving with are deviding skills here are some that i know :

 14 devided by 2 = 7   

250 devided by 2 = 125        

450 devided by 2 = 225

I also think that everrybody has been improving with History and Henry the 8th and lots of pepole have been doing extra homework welldone everry one here is some infomation of my own : 

 

Henry was just shy of 18 years old when he became king, and had been preparing for it from the time of his older brother Arthur’s death. At this age, he was not the image that we usually call to mind when we hear the name Henry VIII. He was not the overweight and ill man of his later years. In his youth, he was handsome and athletic. He was tall and had a bright red-gold cap of hair and beard, a far cry from the fat, balding and unhealthy man that is often remembered (In his younger days he was verry fond of his carves)

By Kayleah A

Tudors

Henry the 8th was one of the meanest tudor kings. his favriote ship was called the Mary Rose. Henry loved to play tennis he also liked to watch Bear Bating he was very very rich he had 6 wives his 1st wife was Catherine Aragon his 2nd wife was Anne Bolyn his 3rd wife was Jane Seymore his 4th wife was Anne of Cleves his 5th wife was Catherine Howard his 6th wife was Catherine Parr he played tennis indors he played tennis in all his spare time.

by Kayleah

The Tudors

 

Here are some great websites to find out lots more about the Terrible Tudors. You can also have great fun playing the Tudor jousting game. Just click on the red links below. Enjoy 🙂

http://www.woodlands-junior.kent.sch.uk/Homework/Tudors.html

http://www.brims.co.uk/tudors/

http://www.bbc.co.uk/history/british/tudors/

http://www.tudorbritain.org/joust/

http://www.schoolsliaison.org.uk/astonhall/tudor%20k&qu/aatudork&q.htm

http://www.bgfl.org/bgfl/custom/resources_ftp/client_ftp/ks2/history/tudor_quiz/index.htm

Mr Sharkey