A friendly reminder that we start swimming lessons tomorrow – Thursday February, 7th.
- Wear your swimming bathers underneath your sport uniform or bring them to change at 1st break
- Use a small waterproof bag to keep your belongings safe
- Children with long hair must tie their hair back or wear a swimming cap
- Bring thongs to change into and wear at the leisure centre to keep our socks and shoes dry
- Bring clean underwear to change into after swimming
- Label all clothing and items with your child’s name
We are excited to practise our super swimming skills over the coming weeks!
Why is it important to learn to swim?
How can you follow the FARM code at the pool?
Welcome Penguins, Seals and Turtles to Year Four!
We have have made a fantastic start to the school year and have been getting to know our home groups for 2019.
We have been demonstrating our understanding of the FARM code – in morning gatherings, transitions, library, learning time, outside play, inside play and at eating time.
We are looking forward to sharing our learning adventures on this blog. We will keep you updated about our learning experiences, provide reminders and important information.
You will find weekly and termly reminders in our Whats On section.
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The Sustainable Club has been created by some of the Year 3 students and everyone is welcome to join! We meet every Monday and Friday at 2nd Break to look after our environment and spread the message about being responsible with our waste.
What things do you do to help look after our environment?
Is there anything you would like us to focus on in The Sustainable Club?
Dear Year Four students,
Your two classes are learning a dance for the community carols event. Carols this year will be on Thursday evening the 13th December, see the newsletter for more information. Your dance will be the song ‘Need a Little Christmas’
Practise your dance at home by using the recording I have below. You can also practise with your home group teacher any chance you have, so you are very prepared.
Enjoy this dance! It is definitely fun and has a bit of a Broadway theme. Jess.