Here are some more pictures from our wonderful show last week!

As well as our show we were also treated to a brilliant show by Mr Crouch and his friends on the trombones. We loved their music and it was very funny when they played music through the hoses!

Congratulations on a fantastic show!

Well done everyone!!

The play was a huge success! The children really acted, danced and sang their hearts out!

We are so proud of them and all of the hard work they have put in.

Thank you for all of your help with costumes and learning lines.

Year 3 / 4 Team

Transition Day for Year 3 and 4

Next Wednesday we are having a transition day in class to introduce our new topic and motivate the children!

Please could your child bring in a bag of junk modelling (cereal boxes, pringles tubes, etc) on Wednesday to take part in a fun activity!

Please do not bring them in before Wednesday as we do not have much space to store the modelling materials!

Thank you

Year 3 /4 Team

RSPCA Charity Day

On Friday 18th March we are having a charity day in support of the RSPCA.

If the children come to school with a donation of a can of pet food they can also dress up like an animal of their choice!

There are going to be fun events running throughout the day including a Cat-Walk!

We can’t wait to see your exciting outfits!

Year 3 and 4 Team


As a school, we embrace the benefits technology brings. However, as each generation becomes more tech-savvy, it is important that we are aware of the potential pitfalls that the opportunities provided by technology brings.

Parental filters are a simple way of preventing inappropriate content from reaching children. To find out how to apply them to multiple devices, please visit InternetMatters. It should be noted that these filters aren’t 100% secure and occasionally children will come across inappropriate content by accident. In such cases, research shows that it is best to remain calm and discuss the perils with the child.

Keeping computers and other internet ready devices within common family areas is another great way to be aware of what your children accesses.

Children will continue to use technology, likely with a greater competency than our own. Methods such as filtering only offer a limited protection. By having open discussions about concerns, we can educate children to be self aware of pitfalls regarding technology.

Next week we will be looking at this further in classes. As a precursor to this, it would be beneficial to discuss these matters with your children over the weekend

For further information on eSafety, at home and beyond, please visit ThinkUKnow for further details.

Thank you

The Year 3 and 4 Team.