Class News 7.6.24

We have had a lovely first week back of our Summer Term 2. We cannot believe how quickly this year is going!

It was lovely to see the children back to school this week and enthusiastic about their new topic ‘A Rivers Journey’. In English, we have been planning and publishing Kenning poems about extreme weathers. The children produced some excellent poems and enjoyed performing them to others. In Science, we explored the characteristics of solids, liquids and gases and sorted examples of each into groups. During our Topic lesson, we identified rivers around the world and used an atlas to plot these rivers onto a map. Super work everyone!

The Year 3/4 staff would like to say a huge WELL DONE to the Year 4 children who sat their MTC this week. The children tried their very best and we are extremely proud of them all. Well done, Year 4!

Notices and dates

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.


Our trip to the Tees Barrage and the river Tees is next week. Year 3 will visit on Wednesday 12th June and Y4 the following day on Thursday 13th June. Please ensure all outstanding consent forms are returned to school as soon as possible. Thank you.

Pupil of the week

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

In 2HH, well done to Rhys for excellent enthusiasm in all lessons. Well done!

In 2SS, the POW goes to Albie for trying his very best and for producing an excellent Kenning poem. Well done!

In 2BH, this weeks star is Mason for excellent effort with his times tables. Well done!

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 B, Lucas, Olah and Elizabeth!

Toyah, Shanaya G, Ellisia, Mason, Grace, Chloe C, Raania and Mika!

Rayan, Albie, Elsie and Tommy!

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

Ollie and JJ!

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, Rumaysaa, Isha, Hazel, Hizar, Rayan, Jack, Musa S, Ella, Helen, Albie, Isla I, Eddie, Ollie, Elsie, Tommy, Bella, Peyton, Mason, Toyah, Subhan, Ellisia, Leo, Luna, Vincent, Freddie, Nancy B, Chloe C, Nyolah, Raania, Clayton, Mika, Lily MS, Melissa, Harry, Musa A, Nancy, Riley, Alice, Eveyah, Isla B, JJ, Marcus, Millie and Olivia!

Well done!


We would like to wish Luca, Georgie and Isabelle W a HUGE happy birthday! We hope you had a super day!

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