Welcome to Primary 4!
Seaforde Tropical Butterfly House & Gardens
Our end of year class trip was linked to our Minibeasts topic. We spent the day at Seaforde Tropical Butterfly House & Gardens. After eating our snack we split into two groups and we both took it in turns to explore the different areas. One group observed the peacocks and penhens that we could see in the gardens, while the other group went into the Butterfly House to spend some time looking at a variety of butterfly species. We also saw some tropical birds, as well as a variety of other minibeasts, such as the Chilean Rose Tarantula; Mrs Evans wasn't too keen on him!! We ended our day by trying to find our way round the very tricky maze; I think we all managed to get to the centre and back out again! A fantastic day was had by all!
We went into Botanic Gardens to release our class butterflies that we watched change from caterpillars. Each child got the chance to carefully take a butterfly out of the pavilion and observe it on their hand. The butterflies stayed with us for quite some time before flying off to make their way into the world!
Our Summer Walk with Park Life
On Tuesday 20th June our class went into Botanic Gardens. We completed a few really exciting activities; our favourite was hunting for worms in the ground! Have a look at our slideshow below to see what an enjoyable afternoon we had in the sunshine!
Easter Egg Hunt
On Friday 7th April we went with our nursery reading partners on an Easter Egg hunt, it was great fun and quite tricky to find our own Easter baskets!
Last Thursday we went for our Spring walk in the Botanic Gardens. We were amazed at the different sounds, smells and beautiful flowers that we saw. We write poems when we returned to school.
Every week P4 enjoy reading with our partners in the Nursery. We worked together on World Book Day to create a new Gruffalo monster.
Autumn Walk in Botanic Gardens
Music Makers 10th November
We had great fun performing our composition about the sea and singing songs with four other schools.
We were very proud to play all our percussion instruments at the right time!
Primary 4 enjoyed preparing and performing our Harvest assembly. We taught everyone about what happens at Harvest and how it is an important time to help others who are less-fortunate than us. We did lots of artwork about things that farmers grow for Harvest. We painted beautiful field mice on ears of corn. At Harvest there is enough for everyone - even the field mice! We learnt a new song that we really enjoyed. Click below to hear us singing it.
Halloween celebrations 2016