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Class 4 News

Class 4 took part in a Cross Country Run on Nov 1st at Thirsk High School. All of the children tried their very hardest and did themselves proud. A special well done to Joe for coming third in the Year 6 boys race and progressing through to the finals!!

Class 4 visited Beamish as part of our topic on The Victorians. We all had a great day learning about what it was like to live nearly 200 years ago - we even experienced a Victorian school lesson (the teacher was much harsher than Mrs D!!).

Year 5/6 Tag Rugby tournament at Thirsk High School!

Lovely creative RE lesson through Art!

Drama lesson exploring friendship and bullying led by Mrs Monaghan

One of the Class 4 Liturgy groups led a wonderful Collective Worship for the rest of the school. They were very prayerful and sensible. Well done!

World Book Day - Mr Tulloch

Today local author, Jonathan Tulloch, visited us for World Book Day and talked to us about how to develop a character to use in an adventure story.  He really inspired us and we have begun some fantastic character profiles and story openings using his ideas.  Thank you Mr Tulloch!

Yesterday Class 4 went to Eden Camp to supplement our work on World War 2. We had a great time and learned so much. We visited most of the huts (even the scary ones!) and discovered new information everywhere we went. We would love to go back!!

On Wednesday 16th November, our boys football team played in the finals of the football tournament. There were 60 teams in all, and our fantastic boys came 5th overall! we were delighted! Well done to Jarrad (Captain), Anselm (goalkeeper), Alfie, Matthew, Noah, Stanley, Joe, Charli and Patryk.

Football TournamentFootball Tournament

Today Class 4 worked in groups to dramatise a scene from our Class Reader 'The Borrowers'. The children worked really hard under direction from Mrs Monaghan to 'freeze-frame' aspects of the role play and on ensuring their facial expressions and body language matched the action. We had fun acting these out for the other children to watch! Enjoy looking through our freeze frame photographs!

Today Class 4 had an engineering challenge, as part our Super Structures topic, to build the tallest structure they could using only dry spaghetti and marshmallows. They learned a lot about the shapes and style needed to create a strong, sturdy structure and about how to work as part of a team. Simon, Reece and Patryk were the clear winners with their amazing structure complete with flags! Well done boys!

Today Class 4 visited Crucial Crew at RAF Leeming. We had a great afternoon learning about lots of different ways to stay safe, from road, fire and e-safety to CPR and knowing who to talk to at times of need. The staff helped us understand lots of ways to keep ourselves and others safe.

Today the Year 6 children had some Sports Leader training along with some children from Sowerby Primary. They then put their new skills to the test by assisting with the KS1 Fun Run. Mr Burgess commented on how fantastic our children were at listening, following instructions and helping out to encourage the younger pupils in their run. Well done Year 6!

Mrs Davies is so pleased to have such a lovelyclass for the year! She is hoping they are all ready to work hard!

Mrs Davies' new class came to visit and did lots of work in preparation for September. They even got themselves into a huge knot and managed to untie themselves!

The Year 6 pupils had their final school mass where they were presented with a Bible by Father Jerry.

June 2016

Today Class 4 had a visit from lecturers from the University of Leeds who came to do an engineering workshop with us.  We learned lots of new things including about the suitability and properties of a material to create a product.  We had a competition to make boxes using specific materials and instructions.  Rowan, Erin, Millie and Alfie's team won.  We also learned how to make a tetrahedron individually, how to join four together to make a double sized tetrahedron and how to use more to make a giant one!  We had a great morning and learned so much!  Thank you to Mrs Noakes for organising it for us!

Noah in Year 5 brought in a house he has been making at home with a friend of his mum's.  It has taken a few weeks to construct the house and Noah is very proud of himself for finishing it so well - as are we! Noah has taken a lot of care with this project - a carpenter of the future perhaps!

A selection of us with our favourite books on World Book Day.

On World Book Day, we played Musical Chairs to tell our friends about our favourite books while sitting on their knee!!

Trip to Beamish

Here are some photographs from our school trip to Beamish, where we learned lots about life in the Victorian times.  We were a little frightened by the Victorian school master!  We had chance to ride on a tram and a bus, visit the shops in the town and look inside pit cottages and terraced houses.  We had a great day!!

Sports Leaders

Our Year 6 pupils were excellent ambassadors for the school when they worked as Sports Leaders at a Key Stage One Cross Country event this week.  They were superb and this was commented upon by several teachers from other schools.  Well done Year 6!!

Our Bodies

We have been learning about the circulation of our blood around our bodies.  We drew diagrams of our bodies and measured them to work out how long it would take for our blood to flow from our heart to our fingers, toes and brains.

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