This week saw our performance of Romeo and Juliet at The Lamproom Theatre. It was the culmination of 10 months of hard work and we are so proud of everyone who took part. It was an amazing afternoon.
Here it is – the live recording of the Year 4 show! Sorry that the quality isn’t perfect but the show is still just as amazing!
We are so proud of you Year 4!
Mrs Miller, Miss Lloyd and Mrs Bramall
That’s a wrap! 😊 We don’t know where to begin in saying how unbelievably proud we are of each and everyone of your children. The hard work, effort, determination and resilience they have given throughout this topic and the show has been amazing! It has been an absolute pleasure taking them on the journey, thank you Legion X!
Can you write a short story to go with the image below. Remember, anything can happen – just use your imagination!
Wow Class 10! What a fantastic few days! There have been laughs, smiles, tears and amazing triumphs that we have both had the pleasure of witnessing.
Each and every one of you have overcome some sort of challenge this week. Whether it be your fear of heights, riding a bike or just being away from home; you have all conquered them! We are so proud of you all and have the pleasure of saying that you are our class, our children! We just want to say a HUGE thank you for your enthusiasm and making our time with you so enjoyable. We have great memories to look back on! You really are Legion X Pars Optima – ‘The Best!’
We can’t wait for the final term with you all!
Mrs Bramall and Miss Lloyd 😊😊
Here are a few of our favourite memories with you… please feel free to come into class to see the rest!
This morning, we were joined by a Roman soldier on our walk to school. He even helped support on our crossing!
A great way to start the day! Did you enjoy it? Can you name any items of armour that he was wearing?
Last week, as part of Science Week, year 4 started to investigate sound. We looked into what sound is, how we hear and how differently it travels depending on varying factors. In order to investigate this, we used a decibel reader to read different sounds around us. We estimated before recording the actual decibels.
Class 10, what was the highest decibel reading that you recorded? How can you describe the change in the sound waves dependent on the sound made? Your homework, across this week, is to explore the sounds around you at home. Can you estimate the decibel reading or record it?
Excellent effort this morning Class 5!