Staff in Year 4
Teachers - Miss Walker (Y3/4), Miss Greenan and Mrs Wood (4GW)
Support staff - Mrs Anderson (Y3/4), Mrs Pullan (Y3/4) and Mrs Howarth (4GW)
A message from Peter H. Reynolds...
Mrs Lambert has been talking to the author of the book 'The Dot' and telling him all about 4GW's wonderful assembly. Peter said that it sounds as though the children were all amazing (which they were) and that they really brought Vashti to life in their drama.
Peter said that he was so happy that his story had inspired the children (which it did) to produce some lovely messages for their assembly and also that it inspired the children to create some super paintings. He said he couldn't stop smiling!
Mrs Lambert will take pictures of some of the paintings and post them on this site so that Peter can have a look at your work!
Well done 4GW.
Hindu Temple Visit
Classes 3/4 SW and 4GW have had a great time at the Hindu Temple today.
We went to the Hindu Mandir in Burley and were greeted with a very warm and friendly welcome.
We were lucky enough to watch their prayers and the Priest told us lots of information about their faith.
The temple was amazing inside. It was very brightly coloured and even had flashing lights!
We learned about all the different Gods in the temple and how they pray and show respect to each God and one another.
We are looking forward to visiting again next year!
World Book Day 2016
We really enjoyed the the activities in our World Book Day and Leeds Rhino takeover day.
We shared our favourite books with a partner and read to each other. Our teddies listened carefully too!
We had a great time outside with the Rhinos practising our rugby skills on the rugby inflatable.
We were really proud of the children in year 4. Their behaviour was excellent and they joined in all activities with great enthusiasm.
4GW's Anglo Saxon Day
We have had a great introduction to our Anglo Saxon history topic.
We have learned where the Anglo Saxons came from, why they came to Britain and where they settled.
We have also learned about typical male and female jobs in an Anglo Saxon Village and have had a go at some of them ourselves!
We have weaved, braided and churned our own butter. It has taught us how hard the Anglo Saxons worked every day.