Lining up for Mondrian art in Year 4

In this last and very busy week of term it has been nice to think back over this first part of Year 4 and how hard the children have worked. So much progress has been made and I’m excited to look forward to the New Year and a hopefully much more settled term – for all of us.

I wanted to show you a picture of the art work the class did, inspired by the Dutch artist, Piet Mondrian. The pictures have been up in our classroom, but some of you might not have had a chance to see them properly – they are very authentic looking, I’m sure you’ll agree!

Learn more about Piet Mondrian here.

Here are 10 crafty projects should your child be interested in doing more art over the holidays.

The class have started their new topic, learning about the Roman Empire and this will continue next term  – any research, learning or reading over the holidays about this huge and fascinating part of history will help the children with their understanding and learning next term.

Mrs Rochelle and I both want to thank you all for your support and understanding in what has been a very busy term. We wish you and your families a joyous and restful break and look forward to seeing all the children refreshed and ready in January.


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