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Year Four Class Trips

St Ffagans – Iron Age Roundhouse

Class 4 visited the Iron Age roundhouse at St Ffagans. We learned all about daily life in the Iron Age, how people lived and what they ate.

Life Exhibition

Class 4 visited the Life exhibition in Rhiwbeina, to learn about what Christians believe about the life of Jesus.

Gabalfa & Llandaff North Hwb and Library

On the 11th of June, we went to the Gabalfa & Llandaff North Hwb and library where we played some games based on Billionaire Boy. We then chose 2 books each to take home.


Class 4 went to Techniquest in Cardiff Bay on Wednesday March 21st. We saw a show about the adventures of Dr Isosceles in the Peruvian jungle and used our maths skills to help her find a lost treasure. We then went to explore the rest of the exhibitions and had a great time experimenting with water, sound, light, electricity and lots, lots more.

Bethel Baptist Church

On Wednesday, February 28th, Class 4 went to Bethel Baptist Church in Whitchurch. Jonathan and Carwyn gave a us a very warm welcome and we learned about the Bible and the life of Jesus by taking part in drama workshops to illustrate some of the events from Jesus’s life. Everyone had a great time and enjoyed the workshops very much.

Llancaiach Fawr Manor

On the 12th of October, we went with Class 3 to Llancaiach Fawr Manor to experience what life was like in the Tudor and Stuart times. We had a superb day, finding out how children were treated in the past and learning some of the games they played. We made our own sweetmeats from sugar paste and fennel seeds. Then we went on a tour of the house to find out how the servants lived and what life was like 400 years ago.

E-safety topic trip

On Tuesday, 28th February, 3 representatives from Class 4 went to City Hall in Cardiff to present their E-Safety topic work. In class, we had found out about the types of information that are ok to share online and the types you should never share. At City Hall, there were teachers from across South Wales, who were all attending a conference about e-safety. The children spoke to various groups of teachers, passing on what they had learned and sharing posters, short films and even a song that they had written to give advice about how to stay safe while using the internet.

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