Every Friday, one child is awarded a bronze certificate for going above Green behaviour.
Another child is awarded a Merit certificate for fantastic work efforts.
Silver Certificates are earned a few times a term for going above Bronze behaviour.
Gold certificates are earned each term for going above silver certificates.
Thank you to Year 4 for wearing your Christmas jumpers.
Year 3 and 4 Nativity Production 2017
Of all the sheep in the flock, the smallest, youngest ewe is the most inquisitive.
She is always busy getting under the shepherds' feet, asking questions and, to the irritation of the rest of the flock, demanding to know exactly what is going on.
One night, however, while all the other sheep are trying to sleep, some extraordinary events unfold that excite her curiosity more than ever before!
This is the Nativity from the perspective of the Ewe.
These are the photos from the production.
A Visit from Arsenal Football Club
Year 4 were visited by players from Arsenal football club who came bearing gifts.
Arsenal is involved in many aspects of education including Arsenal Double Club.
Arsenal Double club allows children to receive football training from a qualified coach and then develop their Literacy skills.
Harvest Assembly 2017
Year 4 performed the song Harvest Samba which thanks God for creating all the wonderful fruits and vegetables of the world.
They combined their singing skills with their instrument skills to create their version of the song.
Each child wore something bright to raise money for CAFOD which will go towards helping others around the world.
Hour of Code
All around Europe, children have been taking part in code week where they spend time using lots of different skills to code objects in different ways.
Year 4 had the task of coding Anna and Elsa of Frozen fame, to ice-skate in different directional patterns using a range of maths skills such as angles and team work skills.
At the end they got certificates to celebrate taking part.
Year 4 Autumn Assembly
In Literacy, Year 4 have been studying Fables.
Fables are stories with important messages or morals. In their first play of Autumn Term they have retold the fables of the Boy who cried Wolf and the Lion and the Mouse written by Aesop.
The morals of these fables focus on the importance of being honest and the importance of being kind.