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Class 4

Summer Project

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Hi Class 4, Mr. K here. I have just read your lovely message from Miss Waktkins and she is telling the truth! She has told me how fabulous you are!

Just a quick post to remind you of the summer project and challenges. 

Solar System Project

Pick a planet in the solar system (not Earth!) and create a booklet all about it. I would love to see photographs/drawings, facts, diagrams, descriptions and more! I really wanted to make a display using these projects, so feel free to be as creative as possible. You don't need to email me in the work, just bring it back on the first day. If you do have any questions, you can of course email me and I will reply as soon as I can.

Summer Challenge

All that is left to say is have a lovely summer. I can't wait to teach you in September!

Mr. K

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Friday 17th July 2020

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Heart anatomy: how does the heart work?

This has been one of the most incredible years in my 22 years of teaching!  I know that Mrs Kendal agrees.  It began in such a lovely way, with you all settled and happy.  When I look back on my time with you, my greatest memory is the giggles and laughter.  You have all been so completely amazing, each and every one of you.  You have mummified tomatoes, created you own poo, played cricket, learnt your times tables and become rock stars! 

And then on the 20th of March 2020 we all said a strange goodbye.  We put our chairs up and shut the doors, for who knew how long.  We never guessed it would be for so very long.  This is when you amazed us even more!  You became go-kart builders, Lego experts, artists, scientists and mathematicians.  You wrote stories, poems and facts.  You became TV chefs and the next David Attenborough's, animal carers, garden builders and expert cement mixers!

When I look back now, I also know how terribly proud of you, we all are.  We would like to say an enormous thank you to all of you.  Each and every one of you have done everything you can to keep going and keep smiling.  We would like to also say a big thank you to your grown ups, who turned teachers, whilst keeping working and smiling too.  Thank you.  You have been so wonderful to keep your children going.  This has been really hard.  Tuning into the blog and keeping in touch.  We have loved getting your emails everyday and took pleasure in replying to them.  The photos you have sent in have kept us smiling, which has sometimes been hard.  We have missed you all so much, so receive these has really helped us too.  You are such a great class and Mr Kershaw is so lucky to be having you next year.  Don't worry we have told him how fab you are!

I would also like to say a thank you for the gifts that you so generously gave.  Thank you.

Today, if you were in school, you would be having lots of fun, maybe playing games or watching a film.  I would like you to have a fun day.  You can chose something to do.  You could play a board game, do a jigsaw, paint, watch a film or build with your Lego.  The most important thing is to have a fun day and send your photos please.

The last thing I have to say well done Class 4 of 2020!  You have been astounding in every way.  Have a wonderful and safe summer and we will see you in September.

Lots of Love Miss Watkins, Mrs Kendal, Mrs Kewley and Mrs Scott


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Thursday 16th July 2020

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I don't think the smile has fallen off my face yet.   What an absolutely wonderful day for us.  Mrs Kendal and myself were delighted to see so many of you today.  We really enjoyed our chats about all of the fantastic things that you have been doing during our time in lock down.  I hope that you all enjoyed your time as much as we did.

Seeing you all today made me think about something that my old school made for me when I let and joined the amazing Netherthong family.  They made me a memory jar.  It is full of little notes and memories of our time together.

It sits on my dressing table for me to see and remember every single day.  It is very special to me and I read all of the lovely messages every now and then.  

I thought that it would be lovely to have a virtual memory jar.  So I am asking you to write a small note, with one of your happiest or funniest memories of Year 4.  Think all the way back to September.  I have so many memories, but one of my favourites was when we were reading Hugo Cabret at the beginning of the year.  It was getting to a dramatic part and the pictures were so wonderful.  I can just picture the looks on all of your faces as we reached the most dramatic part and the enthusiasm you had when we talked about it.  It was fantastic.  This sums up your attitudes to life - loving the dramatic excitement of a good story, keen to discuss absolutely everything, understanding of the world and those involved in it and the empathy you had for the characters.  I could list many more.  This is one of my memories of you as a class.  So thinking caps on and email us your memories and I will post a blog with them all on.  The more the merrier please.

Keep safe lovelies and I am looking forward to reading your memories.

Love Miss Watkins and the Year 4 Team


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Summer Send Off 15.7.2020

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Well this year will certainly be etched into Mrs Kendal and my minds forever!  In 22 Years of teaching I have never known anything like it.  We have both loved every minute of having you in our class!  I think that you will agree that this is the most special year and certainly one we will never, ever forget.  And tomorrow will be so special to see as many as possible back in our classroom.  School has not been the same without you and we are so proud of you all.

So no work for today, unless you have a burning desire to write a long story about our special year or do a quick session on TT Rockstars, please turn up to school with a smile on your face and a spring in your step, and remember that we are so excited to see you.

See you all soon

Love Miss Watkins and the Year 4 Team


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Tuesday 14th July 2020

admin on: Class 4

Good morning! 

I hope you all had a good day yesterday doing things that made you happy. Here are some of the photos I received of your happy things! 






Today will be my last blog for you before the summer holidays (I can't believe we are here already). The last few months have been a mixture of all sorts of emotions - lots of happiness, getting to spend so much time with family but also some sadness, missing out on seeing wider relatives and friends.

Miss Watkins and I are so very proud of you all for adapting so well in these strange times. Whether you have been following the blog and producing some wonderful work or filling your time with other creative, sporty, or imaginative activities - you are all amazing! You will forever be remembered as our little rainbow class and although we have not been able to spend as much time together as we should have, I feel as though I have got to know you all even better by seeing the fantastic things that you have been doing at home. 

I am so very excited about seeing most of you again tomorrow but for those who will not be in school, I will be coming to find you in September (like it or not!) just to say hello and have a good old natter. 

If there is one thing I have learned during the last few months is to feel grateful for what I have and that is the theme for today. 

Have a go at a gratefulness scavenger hunt: 

Thank you so much for keeping me going over the past few months; I am very grateful for being able to teach such a wonderful class! 

Have a lovely day. 

Love from Mrs Kendal and the year 4 team xx

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