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Year 4J: Gallery

Manchester United Player Led Competition, by Miss Kyte

Date: 5th Dec 2022 @ 1:59pm

Last week, seven Year Five and Six pupils were chosen to represent St Peters at a football tournament held by Manchester United Academy. The tournament was player led meaning that the team had to manage themselves in terms of formation, substitutions and game strategy. The tournament also had a World Cup theme and the country we were chosen to represent was Brazil. The boys played a range of teams and all of our players were fantastic. Their determination, competitiveness and sportsmanship throughout the competitition was impeccable. Well done boys! 

4J's Class Assembly, by Mr Jolly

Date: 24th Nov 2022 @ 10:26am

4J's Class Assembly was all about their Linking Network with Hopwood Community. It explored the idea of indetify and friendship amongst different cultures and generations with the message that you should love your neighbour. 

4J's Poetry Recital, by Mr Jolly

Date: 15th Nov 2022 @ 2:43pm

Today, we learnt our poems, that we created earlier in the unit, off by heart and then performed them. We could either choose our Haiku or Tanka about bonfire night or our Cinquain about Armistice Day.

A Haiku is a Japanese poem about nature with 3 lines and a syllable pattern of 5,7,5. A Tanka is a reply to somebodies Haiku. It adds two extra lines with 7 syllables in each of those. A Cinquain is a 5 lined poem, oriignating in France, with a syllable pattern of 2,4,6,8,2. 

Cross Country Competition, by Miss Kyte

Date: 1st Nov 2022 @ 5:50pm

Before half term six children from Years Five and Six represented St Peters Church of England Primary School in a cross country event at Fallinge Park High school. The event consisted of lots of primary schools from the Rochdale borough and was a mix of both boys and girls races. The children each ran 2 kilometers on a track that had been set up on Fallinge Park school field. Despite the cold and windy conditions, each pupil performed excellently and they all confidently completed the cross country run within the alloted time. Well done! 

Linking Network Poem, by Mr Jolly

Date: 20th Oct 2022 @ 10:28am

Macmillan Coffee Morning 30th September, by Mr Wood

Date: 6th Oct 2022 @ 2:22pm

We had a fantastic time raising money for Macmillan - have a look at some of the photos below to see our families getting involved!

4J visit the Catalyst Science Museum - September 22, by Mr Jolly

Date: 13th Sep 2022 @ 5:55pm

On Tuesday 13th September, we completed two workshops and had some time to explore the interactive gallery.

One workshop was based on working scientifically. Firstly, we explored stereotypes of what a scientist looked like or did and debunked this. Afterwards we went through some areas of what a scientist does: predict, question, observe and evaluate.

The other workshop explored proving that gas exists and that is all around us, as it is harder to observe and see it in comparison to solids and liquids.

KS1 Sports Day, by Miss Kyte

Date: 27th Jun 2022 @ 3:03pm

Take a look at some of our photographs and videos from our fantastic KS1 Sports Day! 

Reading the News, by Mr Jolly

Date: 23rd Jun 2022 @ 3:47pm

EYFS and KS1 'Washing the Feet' Collective Worship Service, by Mrs Andrews

Date: 8th Apr 2022 @ 3:22pm

Today we learnt about Maundy Thursday and why Jesus washed the feet of his disciples.  Mr Whelan and Mr Wood washed 12 children’s feet to show us how we can show kindness to other people, just like Jesus did.

Stations of the Cross Service - April 2022, by Mrs Cavill

Date: 8th Apr 2022 @ 2:54pm

This morning Reverend Anne and Father Darren came to school to watch and take part in our Stations of the cross service. Children from each year group read a reading and a prayer for eac station. Reverend Anne and Father Darren lit a Paschal candle to remind us that Jesus was resurrected on Easter Sunday. He gave His life to save us all. We wish you all a Happy Easter.

4J Cornet Concert - April 22, by Mr Jolly

Date: 7th Apr 2022 @ 4:40pm

Over the last three months, 4J have been learning to play the cornet. They built up their initial skills by learning individual notes of C, D and E. Then they learnt to play songs with one note and then multiple notes. Finally, they learnt another note - B flat -  in order to play and sing the well known song - The Eye of the Tiger.

The concert today was the culumiation of their hard work with Mr Merter. They played and sung six different pieces of music:

1. Cha Cha Cha 
2. William Tell
3. Boogie Shoes
4. Limbo Rock
5. Achy Braky Leg
6. Eye of the Tiger

Well done on your performance. KS2 and the parents who attended thoroughly enjoyed it.

Easter Church Service - April 22, by Mr Jolly

Date: 4th Apr 2022 @ 5:56pm

4J Class Assembly - March 22, by Mr Jolly

Date: 29th Mar 2022 @ 8:34am

4J's assembly was on the theme of Trust and Betrayal in the lead up to the Easter Story.

 

World Book Day in 4J - March 22, by Mr Jolly

Date: 7th Mar 2022 @ 4:45pm

On Friday, Year 4 caught up with the rest of the school and we had our World Book Day celebrations.  We started the day with some drama games to get us into working in groups and building our confidence to speak and act. Mrs Freeman gave Year 4 the book, "Voices in the Park," by Anthony Browne. This book is about four gorillas, a mother, a father,a son and a daughter from different backgrounds. We had lots of fun looking at  pictures of the characters and deciding what kind of person they would be, what they would say, how they would talk. We created our own little scenes and acted them out, before we even read the book. Well done 4J, I was very impressed with your group work today. You worked co-operatively and listened realy ell to each other.

Your costumes as always were fantastic-thanks to parents and carers!  

World Book Day 2022, by Mr Wood

Date: 4th Mar 2022 @ 10:28am

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We all had a great time on World Book Day! Please click below to see all our costumes, even the teachers dressed up!

4J visits Anglo-Saxon Village in Tatton Park, by Mr Jolly

Date: 4th Mar 2022 @ 10:06am

The intention of the visit to Tatton Park was to be immersed in Anglo- Saxon and Viking life. We completed 5 activities throughou the day which included:

  • Bread making from planting to eating;
  • Armour and weaponry;
  • Shield Wars;
  • Weaving to sell at the market; and
  • Deer hunting – chasing the footprints and the poo.

Christmas Church Visit - December 21, by Mr Jolly

Date: 7th Dec 2021 @ 12:06pm

4J visit M6 Theatre, by Mr Jolly

Date: 16th Nov 2021 @ 3:45pm

Today, Tuesday 16th November, 4J visited M6 Theatre to have their first linking schools meeting with St Joseph’s (Heywood). First, they were split into two groups, cuckoos and hedgehogs. In these groups, they then met a randomly assigned partner to work with throughout the day. After the introductions and some games, the two groups came together and watched a production called Mavis Sparkles.

It was the story of a cleaner with an extraordinary story to tell. Mavis was on a journey north to see nature’s biggest light show with her own eyes. With a cleaning trolley full of secrets and surprises, and a little help from Spike the hedgehog, Mavis moved ever closer to making her dream come true. It featured a heart-warming mix of illusion, animation and captivating performance. This life-affirming production inspired us all to think about being brave, dust away doubts and reach for the stars!

After lunch, they were split into their two groups and worked on freeze framing feelings, some of which were experienced during the performance. The afternoon concluded with a group freeze frame of people’s wishes for the world including: ending homelessness, being kinder to the environment and stopping violence.

They were extremely well behaved and I know 4J are looking forward to meeting Class 9 again both at St Peter’s and when visiting St Joseph’s at some point in the Spring term.

Church Visit - Harvest - October 21, by Mr Jolly

Date: 12th Oct 2021 @ 4:50pm

On Tuesday 12th October, we went to Church with Nursery. We sang hymns, read prayers, heard a Bible message and explored words we could make from the word harvest.

Catalyst Science Museum, by Mr Jolly

Date: 16th Sep 2021 @ 2:41pm

Today, 16/9/21, Year 4 visited the Catalyst Science Musemum in Widnes. 

In the morning, we attended the first of two work shops; it was on fair testing and working scientifically. We explored what a scientist looked like and what they do - work safely, oberserve, mkae predictions and then test fair, chaning only one small thing.

Before lunch, we had the opprutninty to explore the rest of the mseum and we really enjoyed the interaction elements on the ground floor. Here we could pretend to be a weather reporter using a green screen and an auto cue, catch cloths from a vaccum and find out which parts of the body were the warmest using a heat map.

After lunch, we had the second workshop which was called glorious gases. Here we used the knoweldge we had learnt last week in Science to sort items into solids, liquids and gases. After this, we made a rainbow using air pressure, made a fire entiguisher using bicabinate of soda and vinegar and finally made a vacuum and observed an even bigger one. 

Y4 Sports Day, by Mr Jolly

Date: 16th Jul 2021 @ 10:20am

4J and 4C competed in a Year 4 Sports Day. They were split into 6 groups to go round a carousel of events: sprinting, ball and spoon, skipping, javelin, long jump and an obstacle course.

In each group, there were a mixture of children from the 4 houses (St Andrews, St David, St Georges and St Patricks). They all competed for points  with 4 points avoided for 1st, 3 for 2nd, 2 for 3rd and 1 for 4th. 

Maths Hunt in 4J - July 21, by Mr Jolly

Date: 9th Jul 2021 @ 12:21pm

Today, Year 4 completed a problem solving treasure hunt around the Woodland Walk. 

St Peter's Day in Y4 - June 21, by Mr Jolly

Date: 9th Jul 2021 @ 12:09pm

Own Clothes fun and Ice Cream!!!!

Wow a whole week has disappeared since St. Peter's Day. What a great day we had.  We started the day with a lovely assembly on Zoom with Mrs. Parr. We then devoured a gorgeous ice cream with sherbet, ( most of us had sherbet) and we had so much fun watching Dazzling Darren -he was so funny and VERY clever. Have a look at our photographs and  see if you can spot Year 4's very own St. Peter's Day birthday boy!

4J as News readers, by Mr Jolly

Date: 17th Jun 2021 @ 1:19pm

Today, 4J pretended they were news readers, reporting on the beheading of Henry XIII’s second wife, Anne Boleyn.

They maintained eye contact with the camera; used loud, clear voices; and spoke in a confident, formal manner.

View the excellent performances.

Who we are

We look to provide a safe, secure, stimulating Christian environment in which all our children feel happy and valued as individuals, and where they can learn and play to the best of their abilities, and therefore reach their full potential.

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St Peter's Church of England Primary School
Muriel Street,
Rochdale,
OL16 5JQ

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