Years three & four
Good morning! Please find below a few links for PE and great books. Take the chance to do the PE to start the day with Joe Wicks – follow the link on his blog to his live Youtube channel. https://www.thebodycoach.com/blog/pe-with-joe-1254.html Also try the picture below to go to David Walliam’s free daily story! Today – The world’s worse three children.
Starting in three days! For a week! The chance to show your top skills! Everytime you play next week your scores and times will go towards School, Class and your own score compared to children across our wider church school family in Derbyshire.
All the juniors joined together on Shrove Tuesday to play a variety of relay races to celebrate our local links to all things pancake and Shrovetide. We all made teams of mixed ages, worked out strategies and supported eachother. There will be photos to follow as year 5 / 6 are using their photo editing skills to learn about digital
Year 3 /4 have produced a mural of their amazing printing and sewing. They have worked hard with Mrs. Scott to create individual animals with such detail and character. We are so lucky to have Miss who then turned it in to a whole wall display in the corridor.
As part of our new Geography topic of Europe, year 3 and 4 spent Wednesday afternoon cooking traditional German recipes for meatballs and a carrot salad. We had the opportunity to try each dish in class as well as taking some home to share with our families.
A fanfare of “well dones” to the Year 3/4 class today after they gave the whole school and parents a concert of song and brass music. The concert included tunes from a variety of genres – jazz, blues and rock and even “Baby Shark”. The Year 3/4 children gave examples of reading music, understanding and using symbols and musical terms
On Tuesday 25th June, year 3 and 4 went to Lea Green activity centre for their residential trip. During a fun packed 31 hours, we enjoyed many outdoor and adventurous activities- such as stream scrambling, the climbing tower, den building and balancing the whole class on a giant seesaw. The children showed exemplary behaviour throughout, and despite the rain and
And the bright sun to warm us.. this Summer term Year 3/4 researched, baked and wrote recipes for Egyptian bread and, all of a sudden, the garden is flowing with fish as the Year 1/2 class did more weaving – this time using natural materials gathered from our own garden. Saboob Bread – The year 3/4 class munched their way
On Wednesday 28th November, we were delighted to welcome back our Knex experts: Diane, Keith, Peter and Mrs Thomas to help us with a new Knex challenge. This time, we had to collaborate in pairs to design and build a vehicle that could carry unusual and precious cargo, namely a PE shoe and a rubber! As
On Wednesday 14th November, the children in year 3 and 4 enjoyed a visit to Lea Green activity centre. Our main purpose, was to practise the orienteering skills we had learnt at school but in a bigger and stranger environment! After a safety and information talk, we were let loose with a map to find the five controls hidden all