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Autumn Term Two…                              Value: Community 

For nothing will be impossible with God 

Luke 1 v37  


‘How good and pleasant it is when God’s people live together in unity!’


Welcome to Term Two of Year Four.


We had a very successful start to the year and I am looking forward to continuing this into Term 2. I think a highlight for myself and the children was definitely our trip into Bristol. All the children were incredibly well behaved and I even received an email from The Matthew to say what a lovely, respectful group we were. I was very proud! 


Any questions please e-mail the class page


Miss Johnson 

Diary Dates

November 1st - INSET

November 15th - Diwali Dance Workshop

December 17th - Last day of term 

January 4th - INSET

Weekly Check List

Monday – PE  (Dance) 

Wednesday – Art lesson with Mrs Bullock & Home Learning due 

Thursday – PE (Fitness) 

Friday - Homework on Google Classroom 


See below a link to our PE Uniform policy:

Our Learning Journey

This section of our class page will be used to provide you with an insight into our classroom and learning adventures.

Our Autumn Term Adventures

Children in Need!

Wow! You all put in so much effort for Children in need! We even had an inflatable shark! Thank you so much for all your contributions. 

Circle Time!

Yesterday, we had a special circle time all about friendships. The session was extremely positive and beneficial. The children really reflected on how their actions and words can impact other people both positively and negatively. I was very proud at their mature and sensible approach to our discussions! 

Diwali Dance Workshop

This week we had West End In Schools come in and teach us a traditional Diwali dance! We had to act out the fascinating story of Ramayana which Hindu's celebrate during Diwali. The children really enjoyed it. Right is a picture of them all being fireworks! 

Creating our own mythical creatures!

This week in English we have been creating our own fictional animals with the aim to write a non-chronological report. Some of the children's fascinating, mythical creatures can be seen left. Here we have a Lava-spitting Cobra, a Neon Viper, a Devil Koalo and a super-smart Flash Guinea Pig. I can't wait to read their reports when we write them next week! 

The Matthew School Trip

What an amazing trip into Bristol! First we went on The Matthew, a replica of the ship John Cabot used to find Newfoundland in 1497! We toured around Bristol Harbour and the children very much enjoyed waving at passerbys. We then learnt all about the history of Bristol from the very knowledgeable captain of the ship and got to explore the upper decks. After lunch, we went on a walking tour of Bristol where the children had to complete a Treasure Hunt along the way. There was going to be a prize of chocolate for the winning pair, however, because every single child was so brilliant, they all deserved the prize! T