Poetry in motion22-05-2018 | 11:11:02 | No Comments

Today the  children have been acting out a poem.

After reading ‘The Rainforest Grew All Around’ by Susan K.Mitchell the children were given a verse each to act out. Adding relevant movements to the words.

Can you guess some of the words from the children’s actions?

Gymnastics in the Sun!17-05-2018 | 11:20:54 | No Comments

This morning, Year 4 have taken their gymnastics lesson outside. They worked hard to incorporate some pieces of equipment into their routines and performed them to each other. The children all demonstrated excellent control and imagination in their performances. Well done!

Outdoor Adventures14-05-2018 | 14:35:13 | No Comments

Today Year 4 have been working on their map reading skills and as part of their PE lesson completed ‘Rainforest Orienteering’. They had to navigate their way around the school grounds to locate 9 animals found in the Amazon Rainforest. They then had to unscramble the letters found along the way to discover a 10th rainforest creature. They showed superb teamwork and map reading skills. Well done to all. 

4RH Writer of the Week11-05-2018 | 11:07:03 | No Comments

Well done Finley! We all thoroughly enjoyed reading your sense poem on the rainforest and were impressed by you challenging yourself to make your poem rhyme. We hope you enjoy reading the poem too…

Groovey Gymnastics10-05-2018 | 10:57:30 | No Comments

We have now been working with Bee Active on our gymnastic skills for three weeks and this week we have been working hard to improve our control. It was a challenge to work in groups to create a well controlled routine but they turned out fantastic!


Backpacking through the Amazon10-05-2018 | 10:12:47 | No Comments

Yesterday year 4 worked in teams to discuss why people may visit the Amazon Rainforest.

We decided that if we were to visit we would go to try and discover new and exciting creatures or plants. To do that we needed to pack. We considered hygiene, collecting information, the climate, and our safety when packing.

Here are some of our ideas…

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