This afternoon, the children have worked hard to reflect and think about the work and support that 'Children in Need' provides others. In order to take part in the bake sale, we had some fantastic donations in our class to sell and the children also were...
This week the children used their brilliant researching skills to discover lots of information about The Ruthless Romans! Each group of children were given a specific research area to look at - Home Life, School, Battles and Weapons, Food and Drink and...
Hooray for hockey! A couple of weeks ago, the children began practicing their new sport in P.E - hockey! They have showed nothing but enthusiasm, sportsmanship and team work during these first few lessons and I can't wait to see their skills and knowledge...
Today in Year 4, we explored our musical senses by feeling the rhythm and the beat of music. We began with a warm up, using different parts of our body to make sounds and passing these around using a steady beat. They agreed this was a lot easier said than...
As part of the Northern Children's Book Festival, the children in KS2 enjoyed a very humorous visit from author Guy Bass. He had us in stitches telling us all about his childhood, the lies he was told and how he wanted to be a dinosaur when he grew up....
I would like to welcome you all to 4O where you can keep up to date with all the exciting adventures and activities we will be taking part in over the school year! Make sure you keep an eye out for all our amazing photos and posts – I know we are going to have a brilliant year in 4O with lots of great opportunities and educational experiences.
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P.E takes place on a Monday and a Thursday
Forest School takes place on a Tuesday until Christmas (Suitable clothing is provided at school but please ensure your child has a pair of wellies in school)
Water bottles are allowed in school if your child would like to bring one in
I also ask that your child spends at least ten minutes a day reading at home to support their reading in school. They should bring their reading book back into school each day
Every Friday, children will bring home spellings and times tables to learn for the following week. Please support your child with these at home! (Topmarks – Hit the Button is a great game the children can play online to support their Maths learning!)