Class 3 have had a very exciting week!

‘Real History Alive’ production company came to visit us on our hook day. We went back in time to 1666 and explore the Great Fire of London with Daisy. The children were also visited by the Plague Doctor who was able to successfully cure Miss Sheldrake, after carrying out several remedies. Each child also tried their hands at baking and each made a bread roll from scratch.

We had a wonderful time at Tesco this week..

. The children enjoyed finding lots of coloured fruit and vegetables in the store. They also looked at how much sugar was in different foods by counting out sugar cubes. Then  the children tasted; carrots, cucumber, Rye bread, pitta bread, tzatziki and prunes.
Tesco staff thanked all the children for being well behaved. You should all be really proud.

This week class 4 have had a lovely visit from the PTA and the Easter Bunny. 

The children were thrilled when the Easter bunny came into class and each child received a delicious creme egg as an early Easter treat.

Also, children who took part in the character alphabet hunt and raised money also received extra sweets, a certificate and a pack of books to read.

I would like to thank the PTA for putting lots of smiles on the children’s faces this week.

Thank you, Miss Tinkler.

What an amazing achievement! 

Class 4 had 99.1% attendance last week. Which means we had an extra playtime. The children enjoyed the playground to themselves on Friday afternoon and loved playing with the new equipment. Thank you to all grown ups for getting children to school on time, it is really appreciated and has fun rewards for the children too. Keep it up class 4 and maybe we can win again next week.

World Book Day in Class 4!

We have had a wonderful time celebrating World Book Day in Class 4. The children have made a scarecrow, used paint and oil pastels to draw a scarecrow and they have even written some instructions on how to make a scarecrow. The amazing book that inspired all of these learning opportunities was: The Scarecrows’ Wedding by Julia Donaldson. We also dressed as our favourite book characters and the costumes were amazing! A huge thank you to parents for organising these, they created a very exciting learning environment for the children.

Tudor Village! 


We now have a small Tudor Village in Class 4. It is so lovely to see children and parents so enthused to contribute towards their learning in school. The children have really embraced this topic and are very eager to tell me facts that they have learnt about Henry VIII. Building the houses has created lots of discussion and excitement in the classroom for the children which has developed their learning.
I cannot thank you all enough for the effort that has gone into the houses and we still have a couple more weeks to go before they are all due in. If you need some inspiration, look no further than right here. There are some amazing examples of what to make at home.

A huge congratulations to this pupil.

Last week our first Tudor House was brought into class! This term we are challenging all the children in our class to design, build and make a Tudor House to support us with our topic: The Tudors.

Class 4 are beginning to develop and show a love of reading in school.

It is so nice to see many different children accessing lots of stories in many different ways. Keep it up!