Year 4 Beech and AspenMiss 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.
Please find attached this weeks newsletter 02.02.2018 and RRSA Silver ‘Rights Aware’ UNICEF school report:read more
This has been a proud week for our school – as we have gained the UNICEF (silver level) Rights Respecting Schools Award! We are pleased to announce that we are now an official UNICEF Rights Aware School!read more
This week, Mrs Tetley led us in a ‘Rights Respecting’ assembly to celebrate the life of Martin Luther King – who fought for the rights of African Americans in the 1960’s. This assembly focused upon the United Nations Convention on the Rights of The Child: Article 1 (Everyone under the age of 18 has all the rights in the Convention) and Article 2 (The Convention on the Rights of the Child applies to everyone without exception and Governments should take all measures to ensure that children are protected against all forms of discrimination.)read more
When the snow fell on Thursday, Year 6 made use of the free resource – braving the cold and using the snow to our advantage!read more
This week, as part of our whole school learning about the United Nations Convention of The Rights of The Child, Mrs Tetley led us in a ‘Rights Respecting’ assembly focussing upon articles 28 and 31 from The Convention:read more
Year 4 have been learning about Solids, Liquids and Gases in Science. As part of this topic, the children have been experimenting and making raisins dance!read more
This week, pupils from Years 1,2,3,4 and 6 were treated to a an afternoon of ‘music through the decades’ from the fabulous J. Gowland and Co!read more
In our literacy lessons last week in Year 4 Aspen, we read ‘The British’ by Benjamin Zephaniah. Its message, we discovered, was that (in the UK) we are all different but we all have the right to be treated equally. We really enjoyed using our drama skills to perform this poem as a class. Take a look at our film…read more
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.read more
We had a very exciting assembly last week, as Major Heron visited us to talk to years 3,4,5 and 6 about Armistice Day and what life is like in the army…read more
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!read more