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Our Spanish Launch day got off to a great start taking part in various activities with our Spanish Teacher. We took part in a Spanish food tasting session after helping prepare ‘pantomato’ (bread with tomato and olive oil) as well as enjoying some fruit flavoured Spanish Sangria. We also had the opportunity to ask our Spanish visitor questions about life in Spain and enjoyed a Spanish fun quiz using the I-pads. Well done 4S and thank you to parents for organising the array of traditional costumes that were worn.
Monday 5th June 2017
Year 4S recently enjoyed a visit to Forest School. Despite the challenging weather conditions all the children had lots of fun and a wonderful learning experience that the outdoors brings. Excellent team building work constructing ‘dens’, getting the camp fire started, exploring the forest area and enjoying roasting marshmallows over the camp fire and singing camp fire songs.
Congratulations to Class 4S who made their First Holy Communions on Saturday 13th May 2017. It was a beautiful service and we thank all of the families and friends of the children in 4S for showing such support on this very important occasion.
Our Spanish Launch Day got off to a great start when we had the opportunity to participate in various activities throughout the day. All our activities were led by a Spanish teacher. We enjoyed a Spanish food tasting session after helping prepare ‘pantomato’, and we sampled some tasty sangria. We were able to ask our Spanish teacher questions about life in Spain and finished off the day with a ‘fun’, Spanish quiz testing our knowledge about what we had learned during the day. Children wore some great Spanish costumes to embrace the Spanish culture even more. So well done 4S and thank you to parents for all the help organising costumes!
Children are to read daily and bring their book in every day to be checked and changed if needed.
Children are given new spelling lists every Monday. The spelling homework is to be completed in preparation for the spelling test on Friday. Spelling sheets need to be returned to school on the day of the test to be checked.
On Tuesday 4S have P.E. and are to bring in their PE kits/tracksuits for the lesson.
Thank you for your continued support and I look forward to meeting many of you at your child’s First Holy Communion on Saturday 13th May at 10:30 am.
Click here for a copy of our Newsletter Year 4 Summer 2017 and All Saints Key Assessment Criteria – Summer topic Spain to see what we will be learning during the topic.
Here is the padlet for today’s lesson.
Children spoke at length about their uses of social networks.
We also discussed how to stay safe online and what the role children can play as ambassadors for their parents.
See the padlet for info- PS the nations Germany, Italy etc are the names of the children’s tables.
As part of All Saints Autism Awareness Week our pupils have been learning all about Autistic Spectrum Disorders (ASD). As a school we want to ensure that our pupils develop their understanding of Autism and appreciate that everyone is unique.
This week the children have taken part in ASD awareness sessions, have participated in an own clothes day to fund raise for the National Autistic Society as well as releasing balloons carrying messages of how we can support people with ASD in our schools.
We eagerly await a response from the public to see how far our Autism awareness messages have spread.
Here are some of the messages we sent into world:
We would like to say a big thank you to parents/ guardians who have supported the school with fundraising this week!
The total raised from own clothes day and parental donations was a staggering £228.54. A cheque for this amount will now be sent to the National Autistic Society so that they can continue to support families across the country.
The Mini- Hub group have had a fantastic day at the Ice Cream Farm today which was made even more special when they were reunited with the children on the Llandudno residential trip.
The children in the Mini- Hub have had the opportunity to visit the fabulous Honeycomb Canyon (sand and water area), Daisy,s Garden (outdoor play), Fun Factory (soft play area) as well as operating their own JCB digger in the Scoop area.
Here are some photographs we would like to share with you from our trip: