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Welcome to the P.4 class page. This year Mrs Cousins and Mrs Hetherington are the P.4 teachers.

Please have a look through our page to see some of the activities we have been getting up to!

 

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Pancake Tuesday in P.4, yum!

P.4 had a very exciting first day back to school, from our half term break, with a visit from Mr and Mrs Bond (Rosa's mum and dad). Mr Bond is a history teacher and was able to tell us some amazing facts and show us some artefacts from W.W.2. Mrs Bond used her creative talents to help the children make identity braclets and keyrings. The children had a fantastic day! Thank you very much to the Bond family :)

Ashton brought in a ‘Fairbairn-Sykes ‘ fighting knife for the P.4 class to see. The knife belonged to his Great, Great Granda and was used during W.W.2. We learnt how the knife got its name from its inventors and would have been worn on a soldiers belt.

Ashton brought in a ‘Fairbairn-Sykes ‘ fighting knife for the P.4 class to see. The knife belonged to his Great, Great Granda and was used during W.W.2.  We learnt how the knife got its name from its inventors and would have been worn on a soldiers belt.  1
Ashton brought in a ‘Fairbairn-Sykes ‘ fighting knife for the P.4 class to see. The knife belonged to his Great, Great Granda and was used during W.W.2.  We learnt how the knife got its name from its inventors and would have been worn on a soldiers belt.  2

Tyler kindly brought some W.W.2 medals for us to look at in P.4. Thank you Tyler!

Amelia brought a 'Dead man's penny' for the class to see. It was given in memory of her Great Granda's cousin, Private William Fisher, who fought and died in action during W.W.1.

Amelia brought a 'Dead man's penny' for the class to see. It was given in memory of her Great Granda's cousin, Private William Fisher, who fought and died in action during W.W.1. 1
Amelia brought a 'Dead man's penny' for the class to see. It was given in memory of her Great Granda's cousin, Private William Fisher, who fought and died in action during W.W.1. 2

P.4 are working hard designing and constructing W.W.2 Anderson Shelters. Watch this space to see the finished models!

George came to visit P.4 with his African drum. We enjoyed a fun drumming session. Thank you Geroge!

Making chocolate apples in P.4, yum!

The RSPB visit Donacloney Primary School! P.4-P.7 children got to enjoy an educational visit from Noreen, an RSPB officer. She taught us about Red Kites.

'Green Fingers' in P.4! Some of the P.4 children helped Mrs Cousins to plant flowers in the tubs outside our classroom.

Our trip to Hillsborough Castle. Thank you to Mrs Laird, Mrs Younge and Mrs Ervine for coming with us and making our trip possible. We had a brilliant day!

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