The children had a fantastic time at Lister Hill Baptist church learning all about what tne Chrjstmas story means to Christians.Rewind to Christmas
This week in year 4 we investigated the question where on earth is Rome. The children investigated using different sources that included maps, images and photographs.Where on earth is Rome?
What an amazing amount of homework from both classes. We were so proud of all the examples we put on an exhibition. We think you will agree we really are a creative group.Roman homework
What an eventful day, lots of historica and geographical enquiry going on along with having a lot of fun.Roman day
The Northern Ballet company visited our school where we learned some of the skills needed to be a ballerina. We practised some different movements, listening carefully to the music and keeping count. We stretched and tested our flexibility. Most importantly, we enjoyed ourselves and learned that it is a great way to keep fit and healthy.Northern Ballet Workshop
This week we took our learning outside and built our own city of Rome. We had a fantastic session team building and problem solving much like the early Romans would have done.Outdoor Learning
And so our journey into the story of Romulus and Remus has begun! After creating a class story map, we retold the story thinking carefully about the skills needed to be a good actor. We also learned that listening carefully to other peoples ideas is vital when working as a team! Keep on looking to watch as our adventure into the story unfolds...Retelling a story
Kirkstall have been enjoying some relaxation during PE, stretching and being mindful about our bodies. Each week we are getting better and better at each of the poses as we are determined to master a new skill!Yoga in Kirkstall