As you are probably aware, we had planned to perform the Christmas carol concert outside on the playground, until the weather intervened! We therefore decided to record the children singing the carols indoors and then make audio recordings available here on our blog.
This week at Gardening Club we dismantled an old greenhouse, planted daffodil bulbs donated by Fareham Borough Council , and harvested a crop of chillies. Mrs Hills found the spider!
The children from the infants and junior school attend gardening club every Tuesday after school. They, along with Mrs Jones look after the gardens around the school, keeping them looking neat and watering the plants. They plant flowers to make our grounds look attractive and vegetables to use for cooking in school. The children at gardening club not only get to have fun and provide vegetables, they are also learning about how to grow plants and vegetables and nature. Staff and friends of the school helped to clear the garden area so that we can now use it as an outdoor learning area.
Gardening Club is on after school on a Tuesday with Mrs Jones meeting at the Infants school.
Welcome to the 2018 Y4 blog. We will be adding content to this as soon as we can! Make sure you have a look at the Year 4 pages!
Scroll to the bottom of the page to find out about some famous figures from World War 1.
I have recently got myself an outdoor webcam with night vision to see who visits my garden at night. Here are some videos from last night, who can you see?
We had a fantastic day at CADJS on Friday 15th June celebrating the official opening of our new library.The Friends of Anne Dale were all welcomed to join us along with all 12 members of the school council and Caroline Dineage, the Conservative MP for Gosport.
Here are the spellings for this term:
Attached is the PDF sent home in September of all of the spellings we have been learning throughout Year 4.
It has been lovely to have lots of new children interested in joining the Fox team with lots of wonderful news to share with everyone.
On Tuesday, Year 6 visited Hillier’s Gardens in Romsey as part of their new topic. They took part in a range of activities including pond dipping, minibeast hunting, and sweeping. They identified a variety of species and discussed how best to care for a nature reserve.
Thank you to Mrs Cooper-Brunink, Mrs Triggs, Mr Murdoch, Mrs Chambers, Mrs Allen and Mrs Coleman for supporting Year 6 on the trip.