As part of our work on teeth and digestion, we used disclosing tablets today to help us see how well we keep our teeth clean.
This week, as part of our learning about the Mass, Year 4 dramatised and reflected on different Bible stories. Here is a group acting out the story of 'Jesus calms the storm' just before the disciples wake Jesus up in the boat. Try and find time to ask your child what they have learnt about the…
Today, Year 4 class represented our school during the pilgrimage of the statue of Our Lady of Walsingham. The statue of Mary has been around the country on a pilgrimage, and is in Lancaster for three days.
Eighteen schools listened to the background and history of the state and then toured…
This week, in response to a poetry competition launched by the Mayor of Lancaster, we have been reflecting on what creates 'unity in the community' and children in Year 4 have composed some thoughtful poems - here is a selection:
Year 4 have been learning about teeth and how different animals have adapted their teeth depending on what sort of food they eat (carnivore, herbivore or omnivore).
Matching the skull to the animal was a challenge, but we got there in the end!
Year 4 are learning about the Alps this half term. This week, they used the information they found during research to draw a diagram showing the climate zones in the Alps. Well done, Year 4!
Year 4 are working on a gymnastics sequence using balances, rolls, jumps and different forms of travel. It is great to see much greater control in their movement, as shown in this balance. Well done, Year 4!
Year 4 are starting to use the glockenspiels to accompany our singing of 'Lean On Me'. Today they used a musical stave to read and play the notes C, F and G. Well done, Year 4!
Today, Diana from NISCU (Northern Inter-Schools Christian Union) led a workshop on 'Jesus the Light of the World' with Years 3 and 4. She used some great props and videos to show us why Jesus is called 'The Light of the World' and then led us in a lantern making activity.
It was wonderful to have the opportunity to talk to some of our parents and friends of our school to find out more about different jobs today. Our visitors gave great insight into what is involved in different jobs and the skills and training that are needed. Thank you to everyone who gave up…
The whole school gathered in the hall this morning for 'Carols around the tree'. It was a wonderful shared time of carol singing, accompanied by our very able percussionists.
Year 4 sang beautifully to residents of Laurel Bank Nursing Home this morning. It was a lovely time of singing and chatting with some of the residents. The children were amazed to meet one lady who is 100 years old and a gentleman who went to The Cathedral School many years ago.