Welcome to our class page. Our teacher is Miss M Crozier and our Classroom Assistant is Mrs Kirk. Our class page will help you keep up to date with all the fun and learning that happens in our class. Article 28 states that every child has the right to an education.
Well done to the children in Foundation Stage and Key Stage One on their two fabulous Nativity performances. They put us all in a festive mood with their amazing singing, dancing and drama! #itsaparty #starsofthefuture
We carried out a range of activities to mark Anti-Bullying Week. 2018 This year's theme was 'Choose Respect'. We designed anti-bullying posters , created a graffiti wall with anti-bullying messages and took part in 'Odd Socks Day'. Article 15 states that you have the right to choose your own friends and join or set up groups, as long as it isn’t harmful to others.
Year 4 had great fun dressing up in their costumes and taking part in Halloween Art activities. What a great day! Article 31 states that every child has the right to relax, play and take part in a wide range of cultural and artistic activities.
On Friday 26th October we all had great fun participating in our PTA 'Spookathon' Fundraiser. We all came to school dressed in our Halloween costumes and completed our 'Mile a Day'. Our 'Spookathon' Fundraiser was a huge success, raising over £4000. Thank you to everyone who sponsored us.
Year Four enjoyed celebrating Code Week by creating a project using the app Scratch Junior. They enjoyed working in pairs, sharing ideas and helping each other. Article 15 states that every child has the right to meet with other children.
Representatives from Cancer Focus visited Year Four to remind us of the importance of keeping our bodies fit and healthy! We were food detectives, searching for salt, sugar and fat in different foods! Article 24 states that every child has the right to an education on health and well-being so that children can stay healthy.
Check out our wonderful Autumn acrostic poems that we created to celebrate National Poetry day! Article 13 states that every child has the right to freedom of expression. Poetry was a wonderful way for year 4 to express themselves.
Year Four celebrated European Languages Day by learning how to say hello in a range of different languages. Can you identify the language by the flag?
Some children in our class speak Polish and so they spent the morning teaching the rest of the class Polish words. We all enjoyed experiencing their language but found some of the words a little tricky to say...especially Miss Crozier!! Article 30 states that every child has the right to learn and use the language of their family.
Budding authors in Year 4 planning their own stories as part of International Literacy Day!