Welcome to Year 3 and 4!
Our class teacher is Mrs Robinson and we have 3 teaching assistants who also help us with our learning. Mrs Bainbridge and Miss Hetherington help us in the mornings and Miss Gibson helps us in the afternoon.
We are an exciting year group who love to learn new things every day, ask lots of questions to enhance our learning and ensure we make lots of happy memories over the year.
Our current topic for this half term is: WW1
Year 4 Residential - Thursday 28th April (Part 1)
Year 4 thoroughly enjoyed an overnight residential to Newcastle last week. Despite an eventful journey there with delayed trains and a bus replacement, we had a fantastic time at the Life Centre and enjoyed staying at Newcastle Central Youth Hostel on day 1.
Year 4 Residential - Friday 29th April (Part 2)
Year 4 enjoyed a second day in Newcastle and visited the Seven Stories Children's Centre for books, where they took part in an exciting workshop based around the story: 'The Queen's Knickers'. Following this, they made their way back to the station for the train journey home. A fantastic couple of days with some fantastic children!
Visit to St Michael's Church
During our RE lessons, our focus has been looking at different sacred buildings and the important items inside them. As part of our topic, we visited the local Church in Burgh by Sands to see some of these special items. Tudor gave us a very informative talk about them and we were allowed to look closely at some of the items. We asked a range of questions to expand our knowledge of this particular sacred place.
During our topic of transport, we have been learning about different modes of flight. Last week we researched different facts about different aircrafts and used this information to create some top trumps cards. We had so much fun playing a game of top trumps in our groups!
Ian Bland visit
We thoroughly enjoyed a visit from poet Ian Bland last week. He started off the day with a fun, action packed and exciting assembly where we enjoying performing some of his poetry. Following this, Ian worked with every class to create different style poems. Year 3/4 focused on writing kennings and had some excellent ideas!
At the end of the day some of us performed them in a KS2 assembly.
Thanks Ian for a great day!