Class News 24.5.24

Well done Year 3 & 4 for another brilliant week!

This week we were lucky enough to take a trip to Middlesbrough Town Hall. Once we were there, we got to meet local author, Lisette Auton. She spoke to us all about becoming an author and shared some of her books with us. At the end of the event, we chose another book to take home and she signed them for us. Even though it was a very wet morning, we had a great time. We also made use of homework this week and staged our own march around the school grounds! Thank you for your support with this half terms homework, the results were amazing and the children loved sharing their work with their classmates.

Have a lovely half term break. We’ll see you back in school for the last half term on the year on Monday 3rd June.

Notices and dates

Next half term, our PE days are Wednesday and Thursday. Please ensure your child arrives at school on those days wearing the correct kit. Spare kits are limited, but will be provided for those children who aren’t in PE kits.

Our kits are a plain white t.shirt, plain black shorts, leggings or jogging bottoms and their red school jumper.


We will also begin our new topic all about wild weather and rivers. To link to this, we will be visiting Tees Barrage and the river Tees. Year 3 will visit on Wednesday 12th June and Y4 the following day on Thursday 13th June. Letters will be sent home on the first day back after half term.


As we approach the final half term, it would be great to see all of our children in the correct uniform each day. Our uniform includes grey trousers, shorts or skirts and plain black shoes. More information can be found on our weekly newsletter.

Pupil of the week

A big well done to our Pupils of the Week in Y3/4 this week.

In 2HH, the star this week is Caesar for his excellent topic homework. Well done.

In 2SS, Rumaysaa is our POW for a  wonderful attitude and excellent enthusiasm during our Year 3 / 4  reading event at The Town Hall. Well done, Rumaysaa!

In 2BH, Peyton is our POW for showing an excellent attitude to learning all week. Well done.

This week some of our children were awarded our special ‘Inspire, Enjoy, Achieve’ awards. This are awarded each half term to those children who show our school values each day.

This half term the following children were awarded –

Year 3:

Inspire – Isla I P – she inspires others with her exciting vocabulary

Enjoy – Clayton – he shows effort and enjoyment in every lesson

Acheive – Lucas – for fantastic progress due to his dedication in all lessons

Year 4:

Inspire – Shanaya – Rai – for outstanding effort in all of her lessons this half term

Enjoy – Toyah – she always tackles her tasks with a smile and positive attitude

Achieve – Chloe – who has achieved in all areas this half term.

Well done to all of our winners. Wear your special badges with pride!

TTRS Loyalty Card Winners!

The following children won bottomless juice, first lunch and an extra outside play by filling their loyalty card. Next week, if the children go on TTRS for 15 mins at home on four occasions and get their loyalty card stamped by Miss Horvath more winning prizes will be on offer.

Well done to:-

Angel, Isla, Lucas, Alice, Amber, JJ, Toyah, Georgie, Shanaya, Bailey, Nancy B, Vincent, Chloe, Leo, Alex, Rayan, Chloe K, Jack, Tommy, Isabelle C, Albie

Well done to the following children who also did really well and received a treat this week:

Lucas, Toyah, Georgie, Shanaya G, Vincent, Alex, Chloe K, Jack.

Mrs Horvath has also found a great website for our children to use at home to work on their times https://www.timestables.co.uk/

Superstar Readers!

Brilliant effort to the following children who have read at least 3 times at home this week:

Aya, Alex, Edith, Isha, Hazel, Rayan, Hizar, Jack, Lewis, Musa S, Pixie, Helen, Albie, Eddie, Oli S, Elsie, Peyton, Mason, Toyah, Subhan, Elissia, Leo, Luna, Grace, Vincent, Freddie, Oli C, Mika, Lily M-S, Amber, Aston, Harry, Isabelle, Nancy, Riley, Shanaya N, Alice, Angel, Eveyah, Isla, JJ, Lucas and Millie. Well done everyone!

You’ve all taken your reading books home over half term, so make sure you keep reading!


We would like to wish Isha and Jemima a HUGE happy birthday! We hope you have a super day!

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