Mrs Day is our teacher and Mrs Neale and they are supported by Mrs Mitton and Mrs Potts. Year 4 is a fantastic year when we are really settling in to life in KS2 (Juniors!). We have a lot of fun and throw ourselves into learning with a ‘can do’ attitude. We our partnered with a St Peter’s CE School in Rochdale who visit us and we visit them in the year. This year we will be staying overnight in Rochdale to compare and contrast the area with our own town.
Mrs Potts works to support children with specific needs within the class, delivering a range of interventions.
Mr Watson provides support through the school support our children. During the lunch time session he offers sports opportunities for our children in the Infants and Juniors.
I am married to Steve and have two children, Ellie and Isaac. In my spare time I love being outdoors and enjoy mountain biking, running and skiing. I love working with children as no two days are ever the same and you get to see the children grow and develop.
My name is Andrea Day. I have two children aged 17 and 21. Martha, my youngest, is at QES and currently helping at After School Club. Kim is at Newcastle University studying Heritage. After years of mothering, I am facing an ‘empty nest,’ so I am going to keep very busy with some gardening, home […]
I trained in Exeter and then spent six years teaching in west London before moving to France (Strasbourg) for three years with my husband’s work. I have four children, the first two being born in France. We moved to Cumbria 18 years ago and all four of my children have been through QES and the […]
Rosie’s Grandma, Mrs Burnett, came to school for the afternoon to talk about the food that people ate during the Second World War. She brought in a basket of provisions that rationing provided for a grown man for a week. There were a few slices of bacon, some corned beef, a little margerine, butter, sugar […]
Well done to all of our children who took part in the school concert at the end of term. We had a wonderful array of instruments played by a large amount of children from Year 2 to Year 6. Our choir also sang two songs with superb harmonies. Congratulations to all involved.
Regimental Sergeant Major Jack Wadsworth, visited Year 4 to make sure the army recruits were up to scratch. The children listened to their orders and became a disciplined force ready to go to war at any moment. They learnt how to march up and down the playground and turn in different directions. There was lots […]
Year 4 went to Casterton to play in a tag rugby festival for the under 9’s. Amazingly they won all six of their matches. They didn’t let one try in from their opposing teams. They were also great sportsmen and ambassadors for St Marys, as they shook everyone’s hand and led the cheers for their […]
Jack and Daisy, our head boy and girl took part in the Remembrance service held at St Mary’s Church. Many thanks for their contribution to this very important service of remembrance.
Year 4 really enjoyed a whole day devoted to exploring electricity. Fran, from C-STEM, delivered an entertaining and interesting day and we all learnt a lot. We became electrical engineers, building different kinds of circuit using wire, batteries, bulbs and switches. We tested materials to see if they were insulators or conductors of electricity. We […]
Our children have helped fill a Volvo estate full of food kindly donated by our children as part of our Harvest giving. We are really trying to express our value of responsibility in as many practical ways as possible. This year we wanted to provide a bumper delivery of food although we support throughout the food bank […]
Year 4 are once again taking part in the Comic Art Festival in Kendal. We have produced a display of Moomins for Oxfam. If you’re in Kendal please take a tour around all the displays…..and then vote for St Mary’s!
In Year 4 we have been studying the Maya of Central America. They lived approximately a thousand years ago. For our home projects we explored the invention of chocolate; their number system and the construction of their amazing temples. These were often splattered with blood from their human sacrifices! Some children made Power Point Presentations […]
Year 4 studied Sweden. We looked at the history of Sweden and studied the Vikings. Some of our Vikings went on a rampage! We baked ginger biscuits; listened to the music of Abba and created a dance; we made small rooms inspired by IKEA and made detailed drawings of Viking long boats. We had a […]
4th May - Governor Day
29th March - Easter Service
22nd March - Sports Relief
21st March - Spring Music Concert
12th March - Science Week
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