Year 4

YEAR 4

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Sensational Summer Singing Concerts!

A HUGE well done to all of our classes for their amazing, awesome and outstanding singing performances in our annual summer concerts this week. I am sure it will help us to secure our Gold Sing Up award this year.  A great BIG thank you too, to the teachers,...

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Y3 & Y4 Visit to Beamish Museum

Years 3 and 4 enjoyed a fantastic day out at Beamish Museum, where they became frontline soldiers, during WW1. Following an outreach day earlier in the week with historian Bill Elliot, each class took part in a special WW1 workshop, which was very ‘hands on’. First of...

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My Neighbour and Me Project

This term, Year 4 have been involved with a project called 'My Neighbour and Me'.  Lots of year 4 classes in Gateshead were partnered with a school from the neighbouring Local Authority, County Durham. The aim of the project was to recognise the cultural diversity...

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St Joseph’s Juniors Election Special

At St Joseph's Juniors we are always looking for opportunities to promote British Values and learning all about today's General Election gives us an opportunity to explore the idea of democracy. Following a whole school assembly led by Mrs McDermott, the children from...

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Pilgrimage to Mary’s Grotto

To mark May as a special month of prayer dedicated to the honour of Our Lady, Mary, mother of our Lord Jesus Christ, the children from Years 3 and 4 planned and led a pilgrimage and special liturgy. The children and staff processed to our parish church of St Joseph's...

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Y4 visit Herrington Country Park

As a reward for winning last term's 'Best Attendance' competition, Year 4 chose to celebrate with a visit to Herrington Country Park for a day of cycling, walking and generally enjoying being outdoors. 'The weather couldn't have been better,' commented Miss Allon, 'In...

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A Tudor Day for Year 4

As part of their history topic, our Year 4 class this week visited Washington Old Hall to learn all about life in Tudor times. As soon as they arrived, they were dressed in peasant clothes and put straight to work as maids, pot girls and boys, gardener's assistants...

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Lenten Promises and Fundraising Fridays.

Turn Little Fish into BIG fish. (Cafod 2017) Following on from our CAFOD Lenten assembly, led by the Mini Vinnies, (see photos below) the children all wrote their Lenten promises on the theme of pray, fast & share. These promises were then displayed in our school hall...

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