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Our fabulous sporting champions!

Jayden and Michael won second place at sporting event taking place in the borough today! They took part in many different activities against lots of different other schools and triumphed.  They returned elated and joyful, confidently telling the class about their achievements. We are so proud of you boys!

A trip to Tesco!

Farm to Fork at Tesco

Today's trip for 4NC was at Roneo Corner Tesco. The session we attended was called 'Farm to Fork' and its aim was to teach us all a little bit more about where our food comes from. 

We visited the fishmonger, the freezer, the warehouse and the bakery, seeing all that went on behind the scenes. We also looked around the fruit and vegetable section, discovering the continents where the food had come from. 

The best part was the rainbow platter of fruits and vegetables at the end for all to try. 

A great day for 4NC!

The Chase

Today, Year 4 visited The Chase where they enjoyed roaming around and exploring the outdoor space. The children took part in activities involving symmetry and shapes, and had to identify these mathematical concepts in nature.  They also had the chance to build animal habitats from natural resources and were encouraged to think about their effectiveness.  Year 4 will have no trouble getting to sleep tonight after all that running around in the cold weather!

Once again, thank you to all the parent/family helpers! Your support is always appreciated!



Particle arrangements in solids, liquids and gases

Christmas Dinner - yummy!!!!

Year 4 Christmas Party

Jingle Bells

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We have been practising on the glockenspiels in our music lessons and wanted to share this with you!

An afternoon with Anne Stairmand.

We have a weekly music lesson to learn about musicality

We made reindeer shortbread biscuits for the Christmas Fayre.

We used:

100g  butter

50g. Caster sugar

150g plain flour

50g  ground rice


To decorate



curly wurly



Cream together the butter and sugar.

stir in the flour and rice.

Mix the ingredients until they come together in a dough.

Roll out the dough and cut out the shapes.

Bake in the oven at 170 C for 30 minutes.

Decorate with raisin eyes, cherry nose and curly wurly antlers

Anglo-Saxon cookery