Year Four thoroughly enjoyed their party. They danced the afternoon away and enjoyed building a snowman with toilet roll!
There is a Year 4 liturgy this Thursday (28th) in the Junior school hall for both classes at 9:10. All parents are invited.
This is just a reminder that there is a First Holy Communion parent/child session this Saturday at 10 am (16th November)
Many thanks for your continual support.
As part of our Mexico topic, we have been having day of the dead celebrations in class. We all came into school in our costumes and took part in lots of different activities. We have been making decorations, designing and making our own versions of sugar skulls and other Mexican crafts. We have played games, quizzes and listened to Mexican music while sampling a range of Mexican foods.
What a week the Year 4 children had at Boggle Hole.
They arrived on the Monday and went for a walk to a Robin Hood’s Bay. Once they arrived there, the children went on a hunt around the bay and finished by going for ice cream and a visit to the Fossil Shop.
The following day, the children enjoyed some delicious breakfast and went on a fossil hunt along the beach. They were so excited and found lots of treasures. To make the day even more exciting, they finished with a pirate party where they played lots of pirate games and dressed up!
On the final day, the children enjoyed going rock pooling. They hunted for different sea creatures and lots of the children conquered their fears by holding different crabs.
Their behaviour was exemplary and we would like to say a huge thank you to all staff at Boggle Hole for making it so enjoyable.
This week Year 4 have been learning about the Jewish New Year celebration of Rosh Hashanah which took place between 29th September and 1st October. To celebrate we had some apples dipped in honey and listened to some Jewish music. We greeted each other with the words, ” Shanah tovah’, which means, ‘Good year.’
First Holy Communion session on Saturday 12th October
In Year 4 the children have been taking part in a selection of activities on the topic of electricity. They played with a remote control car and a ‘Monster Surgery’ game and thought about how the games worked. They made their own circuits and discussed what life would be like without electricity. They even had a go at wiring their own plugs!