Year 3 & Year 4
Happy New Year 2020!
Welcome back! We all hope you had a restful Christmas and are looking forward to a great term ahead.
Friday 20th December 2019
Christmas Jumper Day!
Have a happy Christmas holiday everyone!
See you in 2020!
Thursday 19th December 2019
This morning, Year 3 and Year 4 had their decorations morning. Everyone had great fun creating lots of Christmas decorations to celebrate the Christmas season. Thank you to all the parents and carers that supported us.
At lunchtime, everyone gathered together to enjoy a delicious Christmas dinner.
Wednesday 18th December 2019
Christmas Carol Service
This afternoon, KS2 took part in a carol service at St John Bosco’s Church. It was a lovely service and everyone sang the hymns beautifully.
Tuesday 17th December 2019
KS1 and KS2 Pantomime
Everyone in KS1 and KS2 attended Demonfort Hall to watch the performance of Aladdin. The pantomime was fantastic and everyone thoroughly enjoyed themselves. We can’t wait for next year’s pantomime!
Monday 16th December 2019
Father Christmas visited Holy Cross this morning and gave each child a present.
This afternoon, we had our Christmas Fair. Each class had the opportunity to visit the fair to spend their money and win some prizes. A big thank you to the visitors who popped along and supported the fair.
Thursday 5th December 2019
This morning, Father David celebrated Advent Mass in school with us. This marked the beginning of our Advent preparations as we wait for the birth of Jesus. To mark the start of Advent, we lit the first candle on our Advent wreath, reflecting on ‘Hope’ in the coming of Our Lord.
Wednesday 27th November and Thursday 28th November 2019
Over the past two days, Year 3 and Year 4 had Anti-Bullying workshops. The workshops highlighted to all of the children just how easily bullying can happen. The children were able to witness typical scenarios of bullying behaviour and find solutions to decreasing this behaviour in school. Overall, the workshops were very interesting and the children enjoyed participating in them.
Wednesday 27th November 2019
Author visit- Steve Skidmore
This afternoon, Steve Skidmore, our Patron of Reading, visited Year 3 and Year 4 to talk about being an author. Several children from each class in KS2 were also incredibly lucky to be chosen to sit and eat their lunch with him, as well as being able to ask him lots of questions. I think it was a lunchtime that Steve or the children won’t forget in a hurry!
British Values Week
This week, Year 3 and Year discussed what individual liberty means. The children now know that individual liberty means being able to make certain choices, like what to do in their spare time, what they eat and the friends they have. Everyone is now more able to understand everyone’s right to individual liberty. Just as no one should stop our individual liberty, we should not prevent anyone else’s.
Friday 22nd November 2019
Massed Singing Day at Avenue
Today, Y3/4GJ travelled to Avenue Primary School to sing and perform songs from ‘Aladdin Trouble’ by Out of the Ark. In the morning, Y3/4GJ practised the 7 songs before performing them to a packed audience in the afternoon. It was a great day and everyone sang their hearts out!
Wednesday 20th November 2019
Key stage 2 had an amazing opportunity to listen to the Philharmonic Orchestra at Demonfort Hall today. It was an amazing opportunity to experience professional musicians performing brilliant musical compositions. Everyone also thoroughly enjoyed seeing members of Year 3/4SM/KW on the screen performing a dance to a piece of music.
Tuesday 19th November 2019
Oh Happy Days
This evening, Year 3/4SM/KW took part in a lovely concert at The Curve. Adults from the ‘Oh Happy Days’ team worked with Year 3/4SM/KW for a few months before their special performance to prepare them, teaching them key singing and performance skills for their show stopping concert. The children sang beautifully and they made Holy Cross very proud. Well done!
This week, Year 3 and Year 4 have discussed the importance of taking a stand against racism. Racism is not to be accepted and we must work together to challenge this. Our classes created posters to spread the message to “Show Racism the Red Card!”. Everyone in school also wore something red on ‘Wear Red Day’ on 22.11.19 to show unity against racism.
Wednesday 13th November 2019
No Pens Wednesday
Today, Year 3 and Year 4 had a great time working with no pens. We took part in lots of speaking and listening activities, as well as using other imaginative ways to learn without using a pen. Everyone had a great day and we can’t wait till next year!
W.C. 11.11.19- 15.11.19
Throughout the week, Year 3 and Year 4 have discussed what bullying is and how we can work together to stop it. In our school, we believe that all pupils have the right to learn in a supportive, caring and safe environment without the fear of bullying or harassment. Bullying is not tolerated at our school and we have a clear policy on how to prevent, identify and respond to bullying behaviour. For our H.W, we produced posters reinforcing the important message about anti-bullying.
Welcome back! Here’s to another fun and busy half term ahead!
Miss Johnson, Miss Wilson, Mrs Mee and Mrs Ward.
Tuesday 1st October 2019 and Thursday 3rd October 2019.
Monday 30th September 2109
Visit to King Richard III Visitor Centre
Today, Year 3 and Year 4 visited King Richard III Visitor Centre. During the day, we also explored Leicester Cathedral where King Richard III’s tomb is, as well as attending a workshop linked to our bone topic. Throughout the day, the children learnt all about the Battle of Bosworth and how King Richard III ended up in Leicester. It was also fantastic to see the site where the king’s remains were found 500 years later too. Everyone had a brilliant time and thoroughly enjoyed learning more fascinating facts about Richard III. Thank you to the parents who joined us on our trip today.
Wednesday 9th October 2019
Harvest Festival Mass
This afternoon, we celebrated our Harvest Festival Mass. It was a great opportunity to come together as a school and be thankful for the things we have. Thank you to everyone who remembered to bring a donation of food for people less fortunate than ourselves.
British Values Week-Democracy
This week, Year 3 and Year 4 have explored the word democracy, what it is and how people take part in it. We’ve discovered that democracy is a system of government where the citizens exercise power by voting. In our democracy, every citizen has basic rights, and all citizens are equal under the law. Each class completed work linked to the class discussion.
Year 3 and Year 4
Welcome back to the new school year. We hope you’ve all had a lovely summer and are ready to enjoy another exciting year ahead.
Miss Johnson, Miss Wilson, Mrs Mee and Mrs Ward.
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