You are invited to an evening of singing, dancing, morale boosting, rabble rousing and so much more…….! The Members of ENSA (the Year 4 children) will be performing for one night only on Wednesday 7th February at 6:00pm until approximately 7:15pm.
As part of our history topic, which focuses on World War 2, we are organising two World War days for all the children in Year 4. The days will enable the children to experience various activities focused on what life was like in 1940’s Britain for children. These history days will be held on Thursday 30th November and Friday 1st December and will take place in normal school hours. A letter confirming the details has been sent home with the children, a copy of which can be found by following the link below.
In May 2018 we will be going on our annual year 4 residential trip. Little Canada is a PGL run camp which is based on the Isle of Wight. Spaces on the trip are limited but we hope enough interest will be shown. The trip will run for 3 days and 2 nights from Wednesday 9th to Friday 11th May 2018.We will be holding a meeting in school at 5:00pm on Tuesday 26th September when we will give more details about the trip and answer any questions about the week. We strongly encourage you to come along to the meeting and hear what is planned so that you can discuss the trip at home and make an informed decision about your child’s participation. Please follow the link below to see a copy of the letter that has been sent home with the children
We are going to make a super start to our Roald Dahl topic in literacy and we would like the children to come dressed up as a Roald Dahl character on Wednesday 13th September. Follow the link below for a copy of the letter that has been sent home with the children
Year 3 and 4 Open Afternoon. Please click on the link below to view the invitation
We are really excited to offer our Year 4 pupils a trip to Marwell Zoo in July. This is to support our Science curriculum about habitats and the day will include an interactive workshop where the children will have the opportunity to observe a number of animals close up.
The letter to parents can be found by clicking the link below.
Those children in Year 4 who are not attending the residential trip to Windmill Hill will be taking part in some fun activities here in school during those three days. Click on the link below to see what is in store for them!
What’s happening in the classroom this year?