Our last weekly update!
Well done to Mrs Karia’s class for their habitats assembly, they did a fantastic job and they should be very proud of themselves!
We have had an amazing year and the children have been a wonderful year group – we have so many highlights and happy memories. We will miss them all!
Here’s what’s happening in our last week:-
DT: We will be finishing our interactive nursery rhyme storyboards to share with our partners in year 1.
Moulin Huet Trip Wednesday: A reminder that we are off to Moulin Huet for some rock pooling, lunch and and beach art. Please see separate letter which was sent out on Wednesday.
Art: We will looking at Goldsworthy art using repeated patterns. Children will be creating their own stencil designs and use printing to display repeated patterns, We will then create our own versions of Goldsworthy, using nature, on the beach!
Can we remind you that school finishes Friday 21st July at 1pm. Please bring a snack for playtime. Lunches will not be needed at school that day. The children can bring in quiet games on Friday and please bring a plastic bag / rucksack for their books each day.
We would like to take this opportunity to thank you for all your support this year, we couldn’t do it without you!
Have a fantastic summer and see you in September!
Year 4 team
Year 4 trip to Moulin Huet
Wednesday July 19th
- Please wear sensible clothes-school uniform does not have to be worn.
- Trainers MUST be worn for the walk
- Bring shoes suitable for rock-pooling on the beach- sandals, wetsuit boots, jellies…
- Sunhat and cream needed and possibly a rain coat-please see forecast
- Please provide a packed lunch in a plastic bag which can be re-used when finished. No lunch boxes, glass bottles or food which could get squashed (or explode!) in a bag.
- Please bring a labelled water bottle
- Store all equipment in a light rucksack if possible
- We will leave school at 10am and head for Moulin Huet via the water lanes.
- Please bring inhalers, epipens, piriton etc
Any helpers are welcome. Come and join us for lunch! See itinerary for times:
9:00 Prepare for trip
10:00 Head off for Moulin Huet-via water lanes
11:00 Rock pooling
12:00 Lunch on the beach
2:00 ice creams/party and head back to school up the hill and through nature walk
Golden Time: Thursday 13th July-TOMORROW!
A special Golden Time will be held on the field tomorrow, please bring:-
- A change of lightweight clothes (e.g. shorts and t-shirt or bathers) that can get wet
- A towel
- A water pistol (no water bombs please)
Thank you to everyone for such a fantastic rehearsal yesterday. As you can imagine, with only 2 days to put everything together it takes a great effort from everyone involved.
Mrs Mason has confirmed that your children may arrive late to school both tomorrow and Wednesday mornings.
Please arrive at St James for 6.30pm tonight . Come down the side, through the doors and up the stairs to the café. The rehearsal will finish by 10, but if you feel that your child needs to be picked up earlier, that is also fine by me.
Please come upstairs to collect them, and please see me before you take them!
Dress is casual wear, such as leggings and t shirts, but no white. They will have their faces painted . Also, they will need a party hat/brightly coloured for a carnival. I will try and bring spares.
What a great Sports Day! Thanks to the children for their efforts and great team spirit!
Now to our penultimate week:-
Numeracy: Having a last push at this term’s Rainbow Targets and times tables.
DT: We are making some interactive nursery rhyme storyboards to share with our partners in year 1.
We would appreciate some help with this, please let class teachers know if you are able to. Afternoons would be great!
Special Golden Time: As a thank you to the children for their wonderful behaviour in Lihou and across the year, we would like to hold a special Golden Time on Thursday afternoon. This involves a party on the field with water! Children can bring in water pistols or buckets and will need a set of clothes or bathers that they can get wet. A towel, sun hat and sunscreen.
End of year celebration: As a way to celebrate a fantastic year and to make the most of the learning opportunities our local area offers we would like to take the children to Moulin Huet on Wednesday 19th July. We intend to ‘womble’ down to the beach, possibly visit Renoir’s hut, create some ‘Goldsworthy-inspired art on the beach, explore the rock pools, have some lunch and then wander back up for the end of school. There will be a letter next week with more details. However, you are welcome to join us as some point… why not pop down and have your lunch with us, or come for a spot of rock pooling? Such a beautiful place to relax (even with 80 children!). We do need some help walking to and from the beach so please let us know if you can help with that.
Books: Please could library books and any books borrowed from our bookshelves at school be returned in the next week-our bookshelves are looking empty!
Lost Property: We will be displaying lost property outside the year 4 exit doors at the end of school each day next week. Please have a good look for any ‘lost’ items. Anything left will either be old as 2nd hand uniform, donated to charity or disposed of.
Mrs Karia’s class assembly: Children should have brought home a script, please could you encourage them to learn their lines over the weekend.
Have a good weekend!
Year 4 Team
A reminder that Lower Junior Sports Day takes place from 1pm tomorrow afternoon. The children should come to school in their sports kit with a t-shirt representing their house colour. Please ensure children have suncream on, a hat and water bottle. You are welcome to watch and follow your child!
What a great time was had by all in Lihou. We would just like to say how well behaved the children were and their enthusiasm and enjoyment made it a delight to take them. We hope they slept well afterwards.
Here’s what’s coming up this week:
Literacy: Finishing off our persuasive leaflets and editing and improving them.
Numeracy: Having a last push at this term’s Rainbow Targets.
DT: Children will be planning their interactive nursery rhyme storyboards.
Science: We will be finishing our expedition work for our Habitats topic.
Sports Day: We will be having the Lower Junior Sports Day on Friday 7th July (13:00-15:00). Please could you make sure children come into school in their sports kit, in the correct house colour and bring a hat, sunscreen and water bottle. Feel free to come along to support the children!
Transition: Throughout the week, children will be participating in transition sessions and will be meeting their class teacher on Friday 7th July.
Have a good weekend!
Year 4 Team
Please find a letter attached about the final rehearsals for the Mystery Plays at St James. Thank you to those who have offered to help with face painting. Please could you confirm this when you complete the form at the bottom of the letter.
Any queries, please notify Mrs Dempster.
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Just to confirm, Miss Dyke’s class bus to Lihou is at tomorrow at 2pm and pick up on Wednesday from the car park is at 3.30pm.
Apologies for the confusion!
Well, we’re finally here! Lihou week!
Please click on the link for the Guernsey Weather Fox’s summary of the week. WATERPROOF coats a MUST! And warm clothes.
A reminder of the kit list below. Have a great time everyone!
Essential Kit-All clearly named please!
Sleeping bag or quilt (packed in a waterproof cover/bag e.g. bin liner
Pillow case and a single sheet
Wash kit and towel
Warm jumper/fleece top
Indoor footwear ((e.g. slippers, crocs, flip flops-but MUST be clean)
Wellington boots/ spare trainers (they may get wet crossing the
Training shoes appropriate for climbing/ scrambling etc
Personal clothing (not your best stuff!)
Sun cream/sun hat
Any medicines / inhalers that have been prescribed-clearly labelled with name and dosage instructions*
Drink bottle clearly named
Pen/pencil and notebook
Book to read
Biscuits/ cakes for tea and evening snack-to be handed to teachers.
No sweets or treats to be packed in suitcases please!
No torches required. Please do not bring any valuables to the house such as ipods or mobile phones as no responsibility can be taken for these items should they get damaged or lost. There is no need to bring any money as there is no facility to purchase anything on Lihou.
*Please provide any hayfever medication such as Piriton if your child suffers from hayfever-we are outside most of the time!
Year 4 Weekly Update for week beginning 26.06.17
We have had another busy week at school with lots of outdoor numeracy! The children really enjoyed calculating the age of different trees and using sticks to create rectangles, to work out the area and perimeter! Here’s what’s happening next week:-
Lihou: We are off to Lihou!
Mrs Karia’s class – Monday 26th at 1.30 and return 2.30 on Tuesday 27th (Prosperity car park).
Miss Dyke’s – Tuesday 27th at 2.00 and return at 3.00 (Prosperity car park)
Mrs Dowding’s class – Wednesday 28th 3.30pm (Prosperity car park) and return Thursday 29th 4.30pm (Prosperity car park).
Just a gentle reminder, if you still haven’t paid for Lihou please can you pass on that payment to your child’s class teacher as soon as possible.
Numeracy: Looking at co-ordinates on a Lihou grid map.
Literacy: We will be finishing off our persuasive leaflets on the 3 R’s.
Science: We will be carrying on with our habitats topic.
Art: We will be creating our own ‘Goldsworthy’ inspired artwork and doing some printing from these designs.
Homework: There will be no official homework set this week so please encourage children to carry on with practising their Rainbow Targets, Mathletics and reading.
Please bring any remaining Sponsored Swim forms in as soon as possible and don’t forget that sponsored swim takes place on Tuesday (Mrs Dowding’s class) and Friday (Mrs Karia’s class).
The countdown to Lihou begins! Start getting your belongings together and watch the weather forecast!
Year 4 Team