Rivington Avenue, Platt Bridge, Wigan, Lancashire WN2 5NG
|Class of 2017 - 18|
|Class of 2016 -17|
This term 4A have had a very exciting time we were very lucky to be able to go and stay at Low Bank Ground in the Lake District. The whole class got to take part in lots of different activities such as ghyll scrambling, orienteering, canoeing, rock climbing, hill walking and night games such as Alien Hunt to name but a few. We had a very busy time but so much fun. The food was amazing !
What a fun filled half term we’ve had!
Our new theme this term is all about rivers and mountains of the world. We have researched the mountain ranges of the world and discovered lots of facts about how mountains are made. We were amazed to find out that Everest, the tallest mountain in the world, is 8,848 meters high! We explored the base camp and role played being explorers.
In our Asian world, we also tasted delicious, scrumptious Indian food. Mrs Dean cooked an amazing vegetable curry and we also had spicy samosa, garlic naan bread and crunchy popadoms! Some of the children found it rather hot to eat but we enjoyed the banquet!
“My mouth is on fire like a volcano”
“I’ve never had this before, it’s yummy, can I have some more?
To finish off our wonderful half term, we had a very special visitor who taught us how to dance in an Indian style. Bollywood , here we come!!!! We had to learn a routine and perform it to our other year 4 class. It was so much fun and we all really loved it. Yes, the boys too!!!!!
As a WOW launch to E Safety day we wanted to do something memorable for the children around keeping children safe on the Internet. With the help of One Day Creative, all the children in the school got to take part in a fun creative workshop and learn all about E Safety through Drama.
Year 4-5 explored E safety issues the same way but through a super heroes and villains theme. Some children were in charge of E- safety and had to Buzz and shout “Stop” when there was something suspicious or unsafe happening in the game. The foam numbers and letters represented the keyboard on the game and the children acted out behind these as though in the game.
Year 4A came back to school all raring to go after the Christmas holidays. This term we have all been making a splash at the Ashton pool where we go every Thursday for our lessons. We are all working hard to pass our next grades in swimming. We have wonderful teachers and every single member of the class is making fantastic progress.
Go little fishes of year 4 !
This term Year 4 has been working hard but having lots of fun as well! We’ve had some very special visitors coming into our class this term, they were soldiers from the Army and Airforce.
The School of Military have been teaching us all about survival, healthy eating and the human body. At the end of term we had an awards ceremony were all the children were presented with a certificate for all their hard work. After the ceremony we all got to go on the School of Military’s bouncy castle.
This term we have been learning about The Gunpowder Plot! We’ve had lots of fun looking at the life of Guy Fawkes and why we celebrate Bonfire Night. We had a great debate about whether he was a hero or a villain. Our classroom display is lovely showing the work we have done.
We’ve also had lots of fun as we celebrated Book Week too. Our class have been reading Matilda and we have been very busy writing play scripts and acting them out to each other. (I think some of the children liked being Miss Trunchbull a little too much!!)
Welcome to Class 4A!
We came back to school and found our classroom has become a magical land, full of potions, spells, witches and wizards, and yes, we’ve even got a castle!!
We have had a lovely couple of weeks getting used to being back in school and are really looking forward to designing and making a magicians cape and learning how to perform a trick. Bethany is already well on her way, she amazed us with her card trick. How did she do it?
We’re also having sessions with School of Military. Last week we were building shelters and we had to make sure we wouldn’t get wet! They tested our shelters by throwing buckets of water over them! Some of us got a little wet but we had lots of fun.
|Class of 2015 - 16|
During eco-week, Year 4 looked at different ways that they could protect the environment. One big part of this was by planting. We planted a range of flowers in the flower beds as well as onions. We are making sure that we look after our plants by regularly watering and weeding them.
This term, we have been practising our gymnastic techniques and incorporating them into sequences. We evaluated our sequences and thought of ways to improve them further, for example, we changed the speed, level, direction and shape of the sequences.
We have also been looking at plants and animals. We planted our own flowers and onions in the flower beds.