Our class representatives:
Meet the Green Team:
Our job is to make sure the school is being as environmentally friendly as possible. We are responsible for litter picking, energy saving and recycling in the classroom and around the school.
Meet our Maths Ambassadors:
Our role is to promote a love of maths in our school. We lead the way in school maths competitions, support our classmates with their maths work and run challenges for our classmates to enjoy.
Meet our Librarians:
Our job is to encourage a love of reading. We help in the library to sort and distribute the books, help the teacher to read our class story and make suggestions for a book of the week.
Meet the Prayer Leaders:
We help to encourage prayer in the classroom by leading the daily prayers and by leading and supporting others to lead collective worships.
Meet our Sports Reps:
We are responsible for encouraging exercise in our class. We have designed and lead games for our class to play together at playtime.
We were lucky enough to be chosen to receive free copies of the Happy News Newspaper today. What a welcome addition to our book corner!
It's been so lovely to see all the children back in school again.
A couple of changes for this term:
* We now have PE three times a week - Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday - so please make sure that your kits are in schools on these days.
* Weekly home learning is going to continue on Seesaw so please keep an eye out for those homework tasks.
* Celebration/Presentation awards are going to continue to be received in the post so keep an eye out for those certificates and chocolate treats making their way to you soon!
I just wanted to say a huge well done to all the children in Year 4 for all their hard work so far this term. Remote learning is very different to learning in school and I have been so impressed with the level of work that you have sent in so far. The key-worker children in school have also been fantastic and have adapted really well to the strange scenario when I am teaching both them in class and on the screen at the same time
Thank you as well to all the parents. Your support has made the transition to learning online so much smoother and I am very grateful for that. I'm sure that you are equally proud of how well your child is working too.
To recognise the hard work of the children, I am introducing 'Seesaw Stars of the Week'. Each week, a small reward will be sent out in the post (or given to them in class if they are in school) to children who are working really hard on their learning. Look out for your name coming soon ...
Quick reminder for children in school -
Mr Percival is in school on Tuesday and Thursday for our PE sessions so please come to your school in your PE Kit on those days..
Children in Need 2020
Today we've had a great day celebrating Children in Need alongside our learning.
We held a class raffle to win a jar of sweets and a Pudsey teddy, we joined in Joe Wicks PE and we learned all about the good work that Children in Need do. Did you know that Children in Need has been around since 1980? - That's older than Mrs Thorneycroft!
Welcome Back Year 4!
This first term has been absolutely amazing. I have been blown away by the positive working attitudes that Year 4 have come back to school with. They've produced some fantastic work and definitely came back ready to learn. This meant that we've had time to have fun too! Check out some of the things we have been up to this term: