Year 4 News, 28.06.2024

This week has been our assessment week. I am immensely proud of everyone and of how hard they have all tried in every one of our tests.

On Tuesday and Wednesday, we went to work with a first aid team who showed us how to perform CPR – it is hoped that this very valuable skill will save lives. Our visitors were impressed with the children’s behaviour and the incredible questions they asked about heart health and CPR.

On Tuesday, we also had our last violin lesson with the fabulous Olivia Jago, who has taught us so much about how to handle the instrument. We had a final play-along to celebrate our new-found skills and even found the time to try a couple of new pieces! We would like to thank Olivia, Mitch and the WCET team for their support in helping us to try the violin and ukulele.

We have also had our Sports Day today. I cannot describe how proud I felt to see every child doing their level best to reach the finish line. While there were many 1st, 2nd and 3rd places awarded, everyone worked with their whole hearts to cross the finish line. I feel that today, everyone in 4B truly demonstrated the Christian value of resilience to finish the race, no matter what.


Wishing you all a great weekend – let’s pray for a return of the sunshine!


Miss Brotherton