Key Stage Two

Welcome to Year 3 and 4!
Miss Simmons and Miss Rose warmly invite you to browse the photo's and learning of their superstars in Lower Key Stage 2. Both classes benefit from their own outdoor learning spaces which are adjacent to their classrooms and make regular use of this space to enhance learning and develop independence.
Year 4 residential to Robinwood
History: Roman Britain
Year 4 enjoyed making their own Roman shields after putting a lot of research into the meaning behind the different symbols.
Year 4 had a fantastic watersports session at Druridge Lake with Coquet Shorebase.  The sky kept getting darker and the rain was torrential but they were absolutely brilliant on the kayaks and paddle boards. 
Well done to everyone and a big thank you to the fantastic instructors!
Year 3 have been learning about Ramadan. The month long celebration for Muslims.   They learned that the Islamic calendar is a lunar calendar and used Oreos to create and order the various moon phases.  The new moon signifies the beginning of Ramadan. 
The children had great fun creating the moon phases and even more fun eating their Oreos.
Year 3 and 4 came together with Naz from Kielder Observatory for an Egg Landers workshop. They learned all about life in space and worked together in teams to create a space craft that could safely land their ‘eggstranaut’.  They also learned all about the solar system.
Year 3 have been working incredibly hard on their sketching and shading skills in Art this half term. There are definitely some budding artists in this class! 
Year 3 and 4 have kindly worked together to clear up the litter that found itself on our school grounds after weeks of high winds. 
Their enthusiasm was at such a high that we can’t imagine you ever have a problem asking them to tidy their bedrooms!
Year 4 have made some beautiful snow globes this week as part of their Winter crafts
Poppy, poppy what do you see?
Illustrated remembrance poetry by Year 3.
Where the poppies now grow…
Year 4 have created some beautiful remembrance art this week. We particularly love their wool woven poppies.