To continue Year 4’s very busy week, both Class 11 and 12 had a fab time on their visit to Eden Camp War Museum in Malton.
The children enjoyed exploring the 29 different huts that were once occupied by prisoners, followed by a great old fashioned puppet show (even though some of the front row got squirted with water-whoops!!) and finally finished off with a visit to the museum gift shop.
Later in the week, the children were then Connecting Connie’s in Literacy and produced their own non-chronological reports on Eden Camp as this is our current focus in writing. What super stars!
Last week, both Year 4 classes were fortunate enough to visit the local church and see the absolutely stunning display that has been created for Remembrance Day- including seeing their own beautiful art work that has been on display too! The children also took a 2 minute silence where they were able to reflect on the 100 year celebration and what it meant to them.
The children from years 3/4 played amazing this afternoon. There were amazing footballing skills but even better team work and I couldn’t be prouder. A huge well done to all involved! Also a huge thank you to parents for your support in transporting them there and supporting us!
I couldn’t be any prouder of these superstars who played at the bench ball tournament tonight. They have never played as a team before and they showed so much determination and enthusiasm whilst playing. They didn’t win the overall tournament but won lots of games! Well done to you all! Also a huge thank you to all parents and carers who showed heir support. It really is appreciated. I can’t wait for the re-match at Green Top next half-term.
More photos will be available on the year 3/4 classes blogs very soon.
The Year 3 and Year 4 children have been busy this half term creating some beautiful poppy canvases for the ‘Thorne Remembers’ gallery at St Nicolas’ Church that will be on display from 9th – 11th November. Why not pop down and take a look!