Welcome to Class 4
Hello, my name is Mrs O'Hare and I am the Class 4 teacher.
We are a mixed class of Year 2 and Year 3 children. We are a very friendly class, and we aim to make learning fun.
CLASS 4 CAKE SALE
Well done to all of the class for raising a massive £155-38 in our class cake sale! I hope you are enjoying all the new equipment that you now have in class. Thank you to all the parents and children who kindly provided all the wonderful cakes for us to sell.
Our new topic for the Summer term is
We will be continuing to learn about the Ancient Greeks, by finding out about the very first olympics. We will also be basing most of our curriculum areas around the olympics. More details to follow in our Summer Term newsletter. Get ready for an action packed Summer Term!
Ukulele lessons will now be every Monday. Mr Bett and myself will teach the children the ukulele on alternate weeks.
Emma in Year 2 and Matthew in Year 3 are continuing to do an excellent job as our school council representatives.
Rockford's Rock Opera letters
Matthew and Elaine Sweetapple have received and read your wonderful letters to them. They apologise for not being in touch sooner, but they have just had a baby, so have been rather busy. They promise to write back to you soon!
We would like to welcome Miss Croxford, a student teacher, into our class for her final teaching practice. We wish her the best of luck.
Rockford's Rock Opera!
Matthew and Elaine Sweetapple and Steve Punt have sent you a letter! Click on the link below to read it.
Well done to all the class for a brilliant musical class assembly. You are all very talented!
Congratulations, thank you and goodbye
It is with much sadness that we have to say goodbye to Miss Croxford this week, as she is leaving us on Thursday 28th June. Congratulations for passing your final teaching practice to become a qualified teacher. We have all really enjoyed having you in class and for teaching fantastic lessons. We wish you all the best in your future teaching career.
CLASS 4 HOLD A REAL OLYMPIC TORCH!!!
Miss Bown brought in the olympic torch she carried. We all had a turn at holding the torch. It was much larger and heavier than we thought it would be. Have a look below at pictures of us holding an official olympic torch.