A visit from the Dentist.

This week the children in Year 4 had a visit from Grange Road West Dental Practice. The children found out about how to keep their teeth clean and why  it is so important  to keep their teeth clean. They also found out about the foods they need to eat to keep their teeth healthy. The children were shocked at the amount of sugar in their favourite drinks.

 

Virtual Reality, WOW!

Thank you Mrs Tumelty for the virtual reality headsets. Y4 had so much fun experiencing virtual reality.

Some of us went off to Egypt and saw the ancient pyramids, some went to London and New York and some even went to China, all within one ICT lesson!

The quickest way to travel!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

French Day – fantastique!

We have had an amazing day with lots of French activities.

Enjoy the photos!

Merci, we had a great day!

Fantastique!

Super singing!

Super singing! Y4 sang in French in front of lots of other schools at the Gala Theatre in Durham. Well done, you were all amazing! We are very proud of you all!

Y 4 Tennis

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We learned about the ‘nike tick’ stance, how to serve, how to be ready and how to hold the racket properly!

We might have some stars in the making as they were all very good!

Watch out Andy Murray!

Watch out Andy Murray!

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Year 4 Holy Thursday Liturgy

Thank you to everyone who could join us to celebrate our Holy Thursday Liturgy.

I’m sure you’ll all agree that every single student from Y4 did an amazing job in presenting a very important part of the Easter Triduum.

Reconciliation Service

On Tuesday the Holy Communion children attended their first confession. The parents, staff and catechists gathered together to pray for the children. The children then went onto their first confession with Fr Saji. At the end of the service the children gathered in the garden to release the balloons as a symbol of letting go of their worries and sins.

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