Year 4 Beech and Aspen

Miss Bell and Miss McClure

Welcome to Year 4!

Miss Bell and Miss McClure are our Year 4 teachers, and they are supported by Ms Edgar. Miss Bell teaches Year 4 Beech and Miss  McClure teaches Year 4 Aspen.

Information about what Year 4 will be learning can be found in our ‘Curriculum’ section.

All different all equal…

On Monday this week, Mrs Nugent led KS1 and KS2 in two ‘Rights Respecting School’ assemblies – where the theme of ‘difference’ was considered to recognise the importance of celebrating the wonderful diversity within our school, families and community. 

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Whole School Art Exhibition!

Wow! We have some very talented, budding artists in our lovely school! Thank you to all the parents / carer's and other special adults for coming to see our children's art exhibition this week in our upper and lower school halls. Teachers and staff worked very hard to...

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Our local police officers drop in to say hello…

This week, two of our local police officers (PC Neale and his colleague) dropped in to talk to our Year 6 about responsible use of ICT / social media. They also very kindly took the time to speak with other pupils in the yard and during lunch! It was great to meet them!

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Whole School Harvest Assembly with Father Tom…

This week we welcomed Father Tom (Vicar of our local St Paul's C of E Church, Winlaton), who led us in a whole school 'Harvest Festival Assembly' celebration.  Father Tom spoke about how we can help other (less fortunate) people in the world around us - by being 'good...

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Introducing Rights Respecting Rex!

We are proud to present our new Rights Respecting School Award (RRSA) mascot... 'Righteous Rex' - a very 'righteous' tiger designed by one of our year 5/6 pupils!    Our school is currently working hard to gain Level 1 RRSA (Rights Respecting School Award) -...

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School Parliament ‘take over’ assemblies!

On Monday this week, our school parliament 'took over' our Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2 assemblies - presenting themselves formally to the whole school and explaining their role / responsibilities to pupils. Some of our MP's had prepared a short speech, where they...

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School Parliament Breaking News!!

This week, we held our second school parliamentary meeting of this academic year. We discussed a range of issues raised by our elected class MP’s (on behalf of pupil’s throughout KS2) and also welcomed a visit from Mrs Tetley – who wanted to share some exciting plans and possible developments with us all!


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