Class 4 will be holding a Google Classroom assembly on Friday at 2pm, a link will publish in the Google Classroom task pane for that day. I hope that gives enough notice for a few more of you to join in and show your smiling faces. See you then! Mr Hopegood
In case any of you are either having trouble logging into Google Classroom or have yet to try please see our weekly homework below. I look forward to seeing your work. Mr Hopegood
Today we have been designing and building bridges, I have put some of our fantastic work on here and would love to see what you have managed at home. Mr Hopegood
It’s the last week of January already and Monday is Burns Night. In class today we will be looking at Rabbie Burns’ life and work with a number of activities and I have included them here, lots of the tasks are suitable for a wide age range and I hope that siblings might want to… Read more »
On Friday we made some rather nice cheese straws and some of Class 4 asked if the recipe could be posted on the blog. Here it is, a little bit late, some pupils remarked that they could have been cheesier but I found that the taste was stronger when they were cold. Not, of course,… Read more »
Class 4 has had an exciting week of learning with kites and baking included!
Good morning, From today all of Class 4’s work is set on Google Classroom where everyone can get feedback from me about their wonderful work. If you are having any difficulties in accessing Google Classroom please contact the school office so that we can help. When the school is open all pupils spend at least… Read more »
Good morning Class 4, All of our work will now be published on google classrooms. Everyone has been sent their log-in, if you don’t have yours then please give the school office your up to date email address so that it can be sent to you. The blog will now go back to being a… Read more »
This morning Class 4 designed and created a working sail! We had a discussion about the history of sailing and the science behind a working sail. As a class, we created a large make shift sail and we had perfect weather for it!
How did you do? Whodunnit?