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World Mental Health Day - Thursday 10th

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7th October 2019

It is World Mental Health Day this Thursday and we are going to be raising money for Young Minds, a charity which supports young people with their mental health. It is a key focusing point on the School Governments agenda to promote the health and well-being for children in school. The Minister of Health and Well-being, the Chancellor of the Exchequer and Miss Hemingway will be selling yellow ribbon badges for 20p on Wednesday and Thursday break times. We ask the children to then wear them on Thursday to show their support.All proceeds will be donated to Young Minds. Here is a link to the Young Minds website: https://youngminds.org.uk/

Look out for staff wearing yellow on #HelloYellow Thursday! 

(Written by the Minister of Media, Katie-Belle)

   

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27.9.2019

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We have had another great week in year 4.  The children have enjoyed our work on The Lorax.  We will be starting a new (and very exciting) book next week.

Here are the words that we sent home yesterday for your children to keep having a go at spelling and reading.

Once again thank you for all your support.

Miss Watkins and Mrs Kendal

Accident

Accidentally

Answer

Appear

Breath

Breathe

Busy

Centre

Circle

Describe

Different

Disappear

Early

Eight

Eighth

Forward

Forwards

Grammar

Group

Heard

 

Height

Imagine

Important

Learn

Length

Material

Minute

Occasion

Occasionally

Possess

Possession

Question

Remember

Sentence

Strange

Though

Thought

Although

Woman

Women

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Climate Crisis Protest

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20th September 2019

Today we supported Greta Thunberg and other school children across the country by participating in the Global Earth Strike. This is raise awareness of global warming and promote natural climate solutions. From 11.45 to 12 pm years 4,5 and 6 went outside and peacefully sat on the playground in solidarity listened to the natural beauty surrounding us. We watched a video that Greta made with George Monbiot about the climate crisis. Here is a link if you would like to view it: 

https://www.theguardian.com/environment/2019/sep/19/greta-thunberg-we-are-ignoring-natural-climate-solutions 

(Written by the Minister of Media, Katie-Belle)

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Our New Year! - 12.9.2019

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Well what a great start to the year we have had and a busy one!  We have been learning about different inventors, which has been interesting.  Our swimming on Friday was a great success.  The children are going to great fishes by the end of the year!  Judging by our first Netball lesson, we will be signing up for the Olympic team before you know it too!

Lets keep this amazing work up all year. 

Well Done Year 4.

Miss Watkins and Mrs Kendal

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Happy holidays!

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I have sent some homework home with the children. It is optional Summer homework, but if the children fancy having a go at some of those tasks, that would be great!

Have a great break! Thank you for the incredible support I have received all year. I couldn't think of a better bunch to follow up to Year 5. Looking forward to doing it all again next year! 

Mr. K

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Brass Performance

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The reason for the delay with our brass performance video is I didn't realise I couldn't upload videos to the blog! So I have been trying to do something that isn't possible to do! I will attach some photographs here and I will ask Miss Kelly to upload the video onto the main website on Monday. Also, I will show the video after I have done my curriculum evening on Monday. In the meantime, here are some screenshots of the performance video.

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Cliffe House

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I just wanted to say what a fantastic time we have had with Class 4 this week at Cliffe House. The children were impeccably behaved throughout and although we had a couple of tears on the first night, by the second night they were very mature and independent and it was so rewarding to see them grow in that way. Normally by now I would be feeling sad that I have to send my class on to their next teacher, but I think Cliffe House has made me even more excited for next year. 

Here are a selection of photographs from Cliffe House. Enjoy your weekend! I hope they sleep tonight, they should do!!

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Cliffe House Day 2

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Evening! 

Today we have really got our steps up with a river walk. Roughly a 3.5 mile walk around the local stream, we had the opportunity to see real life examples of river features. 

We have also tried our hand at archery. The high score went to Eavan! Well done! 

This evening, we have watched a film and had an early night. All the children are (seemingly!) asleep, getting some much needed rest after a very busy day. 

We are looking forward to our final day at Cliffe House. See you for pickup at 1pm tomorrow! 

Mr. K 

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Cliffe House Day 1

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Morning!

Yesterday, the children were very excited to arrive at Cliffe House. They played lots of different team-building games and then had an orienteering challenge. 

After a tasty tea, we went to the adventure playground to let off some steam. Ms Kewley particularly enjoyed the zip line! 

We have some very sleepy, but happy and excited, children this morning! Everyone is absolutely fine. I will post another update this evening. 

Mr. K

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No homework this week

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There will be no homework this week, due to Cliffe House.

Many thanks to the parents who attended our brass performance yesterday. It was lovely to see so many of you there. I will be uploading photographs and a video of the performance, so keep an eye out for this on the blog.

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