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Saturday, 28 March 2015

Tudor Banquet

Year 4 had a fantastic time yesterday at their banquet. Mrs Porter and Mrs Khan were busy bees in the kitchen on Thursday and Friday morning. With the help of the pupils, they prepared a delicious feast of cinnamon and cheese tarts, Elizabethan cake and much more.

It was a brilliant end to our term. Thank you for sending the ingredients and costumes into school to help the Year 4 staff with the preparation for this event.

Golden Ticket Fun!

We had a brilliant time on Wednesday as it was the awaited Golden Ticket day. During the morning, we were very lucky as the Golden Ticket pupils watched an entertaining circus show. Once the show was over, we went into the lower school hall to learn different circus skills. Well done to all of the pupils who achieved the Golden ticket!

Monday, 23 March 2015

100% spellers
I would like to congratulate the children who achieved 100% in their spellings test this week.I would also like to say a special well done to Gurpal as he was the most improved speller again for the second week running!

Solar Eclipse
4.1 were very lucky on Friday morning as Miss McGeory ordered special glasses so that the children were able to go outside to safely view the partial solar eclipse. The pupils were all very excited about this rare event. I hope that they told you all about it.

Loudmouth workshop

Loudmouth visited school on Tuesday to deliver a special assembly about anti bullying. Each class also worked with Loudmouth in a smaller workshop during the day. The pupils learnt about e safety and how to protect themselves on-line.

Practising the actions for e safety protection: flag it, save it, block it, zip it and cool it.

Discussing different scenarios.

Recognising bullying.

Saturday, 14 March 2015

Welcome to 4.1s blogging page.

Spelling Scores

We would like to congratulate the 100% and most improved spellers in 4.1.
Please look at the posters on 4.3 s window, or visit our blogging page each Friday to find out who our spelling bees are.

Well done to all 6 pupils.