Year 4 are taking on an important role of becoming ‘Kindness Ambassadors’ for our school. They have developed a random acts of kindness project which they will be reflecting on the kind deeds they complete.
-Why don’t you ask your child about the kind things they have done/seen in school?
Some of the children had a change of scenery last week and went to Condover.
Lily couldn’t wait to share this with you…
“At JCA we did lots of fun activities. Some of the activities were;
A sensory trail and you get to get really muddy.
Rocket launcher – what you had to do was get into groups and choose bottles and fill it up with how much water you want and then attached to a tube then put in on a two sticks and adjust it to what level you want (low or high) and then you push a pump up and down and then it will suddenly it will go high or far and then your instructor will tell you to go and fetch it for the other person to have there turn and then they will do the same.”
The children came back with huge smiles and couldn’t wait to tell me about all the fun things that they did! I hope you enjoyed hearing their stories too!
The children that stayed at school had an important project for ‘Cadburys’
“At school we had to make some flapjacks. First we had to do some research of what ingredients can go in flapjacks and how to make it a Halloween theme. Then we designed our flapjacks and made up a catchy name for them. We also looked at how we would make them and wrote some instructions. We designed our logos and drew them onto a computer. Then we designed our packaging and made our flapjacks they turned out really good. Next we decorated our flapjacks. After that we drew our designs on to the template and then photocopied them onto card. Then we cut them out and made them, we packaged them up and took them home. Finally we ate them!”
Hallie and Scarlett
Thanks for reading,
Year 4 and Miss Sims