Miss Clare’s Class Assembly

On Thursday 23rd May, Miss Clare’s Year 4 children presented their assembly to parents and carers. Their topic was The Romans and they provided a detailed account of key events in Roman Britain.

They told us lots of facts, sang two songs and finished off with a Roman Rap!

Thank you to the parents and carers who were able to support our assembly and take part in activities back in the classroom. I’m sure you will agree that the children did a fantastic job!

NEW BOOKS FOR OUR LIBRARY!

On Friday 17th May, some of our children were given a special job to do – help unpack our new library books with Mrs Johns and Mrs Newall.  Our school successfully applied to the National Literacy Trust to be part of their ‘Libraries for Primaries’ programme. 

As part of this programme, we received 500 new books.  The children loved looking through the new books and they all  worked really hard unpacking and sorting the books ready to be put on the shelves.  We hope our new books will be well-loved by all the children and encourage them to become life-long readers. 

Please see our Grosvenor Road Reading Journey on the School Website, if you would like more information on the Reading Curriculum at Grosvenor Road.

MISS DIXON’S CLASS ASSEMBLY

On Friday 10th May, Miss Dixon’s Year 4 children presented their assembly about The Romans to their parents and carers. All the children contributed, learning their lines and songs really well.

Thank you to the parents and carers who were able to support our assembly and take part in activities back in the classroom. I’m sure you will agree that the children did a fantastic job!

MISS FISHER’S CLASS ASSEMBLY

On Friday 3rd May, Miss Fisher’s Year 4 children presented their assembly to parents and carers. Their topic was The Romans and they provided a detailed account of key events in Roman Britain.

Thank you to the parents and carers who were able to support our assembly and take part in activities back in the classroom. I’m sure you will agree that the children did a fantastic job!

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