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World Book Day 2024

Date: 7th Mar 2024 @ 4:58pm

We have had an amazing time celebrating World Book Day 2024!

World Book Day 2024

Date: 7th Mar 2024 @ 4:56pm

We have had a fantastic day celebrating world book day! Lots of fun activities, a cat walk to showcase our costumes and of course some reading. Everybody looked brilliant, thank you for all the support from home.

Mosque Visit

Date: 23rd Feb 2024 @ 7:19am

We enjoyed a visit to Cheadle Mosque to help us understand different beliefs in God. Whilst as the Mosque we we taught abou the five pillars of ISlam, the importance of pilgrimage for Muslims and some of the steps to prayer. We also got to look at the Arabic alphabet and tried to write our names! 

Class Assembly

Date: 29th Jan 2024 @ 10:15am

Our fabulous World War Two assembly! 

Hindu theme day

Date: 29th Jan 2024 @ 10:12am

We learned all about the festival of Holi and celebrated with lots of colourful activities! 

Hindu theme day

Date: 26th Jan 2024 @ 4:00pm

During our Hindu theme day we were learning about the festival 'Makar Sankranti'. We researched the festival, made kite thank you cards, designed our own rangoli patterns, built a kite in teams and even had a go at flying them!

Here are some pictures and videos from our day! 

RE Theme Day - Celebrating Hinduism

Date: 26th Jan 2024 @ 3:39pm

We have had lots fun exploring Hinduism today. We took part in a scavenger hunt to find out some facts about Hinduism, made our own diva lamps out of clay and as part of our learning about the festival Raksha Bandhan we have made friendship bracelets and messages of love to share. 

STEAM week

Date: 12th Jan 2024 @ 3:55pm

We have had a brilliant week, learning about the importance of a balanced diet, creating our stuffed toys and learning about different jobs working with science. 


Date: 11th Jan 2024 @ 4:22pm

We have had lots fun exploring science and textiles this week. Our week started with an introduction to sewing, usinga running stitch. We then progressed to making our own pouches and using a velcro fastener. 

Later in the week we visited MOSI and had great fun on the experiment floor as well as learning all about the revolution of Manchester. The week ended with us using our scooters to learn about friction and stopping distances. 

MOSI trip

Date: 9th Jan 2024 @ 3:11pm

We had a brilliant day searching for information about Manchester's industrial past and enjoying the experiments! 

STEAM WEEK - Water Pollution

Date: 8th Jan 2024 @ 3:48pm

We have started STEAM WEEK by finding out about the consequences of water pollution.  We thought about what we could do to help and how clean we could and should be making our water. 

Look Who Has Been Spotted Reading!

Date: 20th Dec 2023 @ 3:01pm

Have a look at the book recommendations which have been made by Year 4 this term. 

There are some amazing books!

Have you read them all? If not why not try and find a copy of the book, from the library, or ask a school friends for a copy. 

Now enjoy reading. 


Linking schools

Date: 20th Dec 2023 @ 2:33pm

On our linking schools journey with St. Peter's Catholic Primary school so far we have:

  • Learnt about our identities and what makes us unique.
  • Created some identify bunting and sent it to our linking school.
  • Talked at home about our names and shared this with our classmates.
  • Opened our linking schools post and learnt interesting things about them from their bunting.
  • Met our linking class on zoom to talk about 'It's cool to be kind' week and played some games!
  • Created some French Christmas cards for our linking class.
  • Recieved some cards in return!

We can't wait for all the activities next term! 


14.3.24 - I have added some photographs from St. Peter's visit to us. We played circle time games, ate lunch together, made friendship bracelets and had lots of fun playing! We can't wait to visit their school next half term. 

Design and Technology - Prince Grogbah's castles!

Date: 20th Dec 2023 @ 2:22pm

We haved loved our DT project of constructing a castle this half term. As a team, we have worked collaboratively to plan and build some fantastic castle structures for Prince Grogbah. Take a look!


Even the author of 'The Nothing to see here hotel', Steven Lenton has commented to say how brilliant they are!

Lost & Found Theatre Trip

Date: 14th Dec 2023 @ 4:22pm

We had a fantastic time at the Aviva studios!

DT spinners

Date: 12th Dec 2023 @ 8:51am

Our first lesson exploring how motors are used. We had lots of fun making spinners! 

Sustainability Workshop

Date: 12th Dec 2023 @ 8:49am

Volunteers from the Sustainable Living in the Heatons group came in to lead a session on designing an environmentally aware garden! 

What have we been learning this half term?

Date: 8th Dec 2023 @ 7:39am

We have had a busy half term, full of fun and learning! 

This half term we have learnt how to subtract two digit numbers, exchaning a ten. We have taken part in Google's "Be Internet Legends" Day where we develop our awareness of online safety. There have been opporuntiies to reflect and develop personally during "It's cool to be kind" week and on Rememberance Day. As well as lots of teamwork during Geography, Maths, PE and Science.

A visit to Church

Date: 27th Nov 2023 @ 8:10am

We had a lovely morning visiting church. We shared the Christmas story with some of us taking part! Then it was time for crafts to help us remember the importance of Christmas for Christians. 

Rocks and their properties

Date: 20th Oct 2023 @ 8:16am

In year 4, we have been learning about the 3 different types of rocks; igneous, metamorphic and sedimentary rocks.

To find out about their properties, we have performed some test to identify their durability, their permeability and their resistance to erosion.  

It was so much fun!

Creating Stone Age Art!

Date: 20th Oct 2023 @ 8:01am

Toys from the past celebration

Date: 19th Oct 2023 @ 3:28pm

We had a great afternoon looking at and learning about toys from the past! 

Sean Perkins Author Visit

Date: 12th Oct 2023 @ 1:28pm

We had lots of fun listening to Sean's new book then working together on a silly pie rhyme! 

Week 5 learning!

Date: 6th Oct 2023 @ 3:46pm

Wow! What a great week we have had in Year 3.

In art, we were using natural things to make paints like they did in the Stone Age.

In our history lesson we learnt about what the North West was like in the Stone Age.

In science we were investigating rocks and describing their appearances.

In music we used the glockenspiels to play part of the trumpet concerto - we worked brilliantly with our partners.

In maths this week we have been ordering and comparing numbers.

We have amazed Mrs Freeman with our creativity in writing this week and we wanted to show you the endings to our stories so have a look at some of them in this gallery.


Ask us what the numbers 0 - 20 are in French! 


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