We have had a fantastic start to the year, settling quickly into new routines and have taken part in lots of fun activities with enthusiasm and beaming smiles on our faces! Visit from the Fire and Rescue Service. We also had a special visitor today – the guide dog Lilly. This week was also our Athletics competition. They have all performed so wonderfully on Thursday. I will let you know whose trial is when. We have not verified or confirmed the accuracy of any of the information and members should undertake their own vigorous checks and references..
We saw tropical plants in a very warm greenhouse and spring flowers around the grounds. We also had a special visitor today – the guide dog Lilly. I first want to say that I am amazed by the musicians in year 4! They also experimented with chopsticks, trying to pick up wool ‘noodles’ and pompom ‘dumplings’. It encourages your child to explore subjects more fully than classroom time permits. On Monday we have our PE lesson.
What a fun week we have had in year 4 — a school trip and our class assembly. In maths, we are becoming experts on quadrilaterals.
St Peter’s Catholic Primary School
We then made a felting sample of a water scene. It was a smash! We walked along the Thames path and learnt about the geography and history of the Thames. I hope everyone has had a good half term and is looking forward to a well deserved rest.
St George’s Catholic Primary School
As part of English another thing we have done is perform a poem that we memorised by heart. We have also been looking at pictograms and line graphs.
My 27 year old daughter is also registered childminders with ofsted. If you don’t have an account then Register Free now. On Thursday it is Family Supper — so please come along and bring a dish to yeae and eat.
Year 4 | St Peter’s Catholic Primary School
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Friday 14th December is Christmas Jumper Day – come to school in your most festive attire and donations will be collected outside school in the morning for the charity Save the Children.
Our local history trip will be rescheduled to a day with better weather most likely next week. We have also been being to read our new class book — Varjak Paw! See you all on Yesr. We understand that it is a difficult and hard decision to leave your child with someone else and our sole aim is to offer them safe, fun and comfortable time with us. On Monday we have our PE lesson.
And on Fridays children will need to arrive at school in PE kits. Hopefully, you should have a lovely crop of beans for dinner soon! We also looked at the Chinese characters representing their initials and watched lion dancers and dragon dancers on film.
In science, we learnt all about particles in solids, liquids and gases. In maths, we have been working on perimeter and solving problems based on what we know. Everyone has been imagining what life as an evacuee would be like and have written some fantastic work.
My name is Julie Small. I hope everyone has had a lovely time off — I have heard lots about what everyone has been up billerjcay It allows your child to review and practice what has been covered billerixay class. References can be seen from my satisfied parents and any new families that contact me are usually from recommendations from current or past parents.
PE will still be on Mondays and Fridays. This has involved money and working out how much you can buy with it. We even had a visit from Miss Trunchbull homeowrk her chocolate cake!
Please have no nuts in your dishes. The art created this week has blown me away! Details will be given out next week. We’ve written about our summer holidays; my goodness have we had some adventures billericcay summer! Today we had fun practicing bandaging, using syringes and taking temperatures when Mrs O’Mahoney came in to tell us about her life as a nurse.