Just before the rain came this afternoon, Year 4 had a fantastic sensory English lesson down in the Cedars before lunch. They were asked to use their senses to describe the Cedars and they were taken down to Cedars to get some ideas.

They started the lesson by with what they could see in the Cedars and writing notes, “green leaves” became “leaves as green as an emerald”.  They went on to make notes of what they could hear, smell, feel and taste.  The children found seeing, hearing and touching easier than smelling and tasting but with some help from each other they have completed some great planning to be able to use in their description back in the classroom.