Well done to Year 4, not only did they look fantastic on World Book Day but they also played fantastic as they learnt to play the ukulele with Mr Simms from St Anthony's.
We have been having music lessons with Mr Simms from St Antony's Catholic College. The first task he set us was to make our own musical instruments.
The instruments produced were amazing!
We had a great day visiting Stretford Police Station, although some found the cells a little bit too cosy!
Today we had a visit from author Steve Hartley. He talked to us about how he gets his ideas for his books by creating 'what if...'scenarios!
Over the last few weeks coaches from Lancashire GAA have been in school teaching Y4 the basics in Gaelic football. Despite the cold conditions the children have been having a great time.
Something amazing happened over night at our school. Two giant eggs or so they appeared were found in the middle of the school field. Scientists arrived to investigate. In Y4 we did our own investigations and came up with some interesting results. Watch this space...
Some of our class at 'Rock Over Climbing' reaching the summit!!
This weeks 'Think Friday', proved to be a real challenge for Year 4, as none of the children managed to solve this puzzle!
The objective of the problem was to make the ball miss the goal by moving only two sticks. Can you solve it?
In this weeks 'Think Friday', the class played a game called 'Traffic Lights'. The objective of the game was to get three counters of the same colour in a row, column or diagonal using a 3 x 3 grid. There were certain rules they had to follow, hence there was a lot of head scratching going on!!…
This afternoon Year 4 had a fun cricket session with Derek from the Lancashire County Cricket Board, focussing on catching and the art of batting. Are we looking at the next Alastair Cook?