Thursday 4th October 2018 Year 4 visited Wroxeter to explore the well preserved remains of a Roman city. It was a beautiful sunny day and our guide Lucy was informative and taught us amazing facts. Do you know what the Romans used to make leather? We were able to visit a replica Roman villa before…
Hola! In Ocean class we have been learning Spanish. We have learnt numbers 1 -10, days of the week, colours and simple phrases such as “How are you?” The highlight of the morning was tasting churros with chocolate. As you can see everyone enjoyed the delicious doughnuts!
To link with our learning all about The Romans our first trip will be to Wroxeter Roman City on 4th October. Please can you ensure you return the consent forms as soon as possible. Thank you!
As the new term begins, I would like to welcome everyone to Year 4 Ocean and an excellent year ahead. Our P.E lessons will commence next week and take place every Monday and Wednesday. Please ensure your child has their kit in school for these sessions. All children have been given a reading book which…
We spent the morning designing, making and testing catapults which was extremely fun. Then in the afternoon, we made our brooches using card, paper, sequins and gems. As you can see they are fabulous!
In Emerald today we have had a focus on Art. We have looked at two different artists, Wallisy Kandinsky and Andy Goldsworthy. We have had amazing fun and created fantastic artwork. Take a look.
Jack swims every week and competed in five events on Saturday. He achieved Bronze in the front crawl and Silver in both butterfly and the back stroke. You are an absolute superstar Jack. Thank you for bringing in your well deserved medals to show the class. Keep up this amazing effort – you may be…
Christian stunned us during our Praise Assembly today showcasing his skills on his drum kit. We were lost for words at his talent and he undoubtedly deserved the Praise for Music.
Key Stage 2 had a fantastic time during sports day. Well done to Griffin House for winning the House Cup.
KS 2 had the opportunity to watch the CBSO perform at Symphony Hall. We had an amazing experience and learnt about the instruments of the orchestra and the purpose of the conductor. It was awe inspiring. Thank you Mrs Baker and Miss Bedesha for organising it all. We can’t wait until next year.