Year 4 have been getting hot under the collar this week. We intercepted a message from the trapped scientists and discovered that they thought that we had lost interest in them because they had not heard from us for so long. We had to convince them that we were the right people for the job. We wrote them letters to persuade them that our rescue service was the best for the job. Next week we will be designing and making rescue machines with a winding mechanism to lift injured scientists up into the rescue helicopters. We have also been chatting […]
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Our class teachers are Mrs Colley, Mrs Hames, Mrs Elvins and Mr Pemble.
We also have Miss Blundell, Mrs Robinson and Mrs Pullen working with us in our classes.
On Monday afternoon following our visit to Condover we found we had a delivery of lots of information that had been spread around the room. Our teachers could make no sense of it so we tried hard to make the links. While we were trying to find connections between the different parts of information an alarm sounded and we received a message from a Professor Mitch. He had heard that we worked well as a team during Condover week and so he needs our help to rescue him and his team. They had been studying volcanic action somewhere in the […]
Hello from Condover Hall…our Year 4 children are having an amazing time and are loving all their activities. So far we have enjoyed climbing, abseiling, archery tag, tunnelling, lazer maze and the mini Olympic event last night. We have also been surprised by a couple of extra activities which we have been able to try – rocket launch and circus skills. All the Oak Hill staff are very proud of the children who are keen to try everything, and we have already seen several occasions where fears have been overcome. We are hearing lots of positive things about the food […]
Year four put on two fantastic performances this week and we’re sure parents will agree the singing was amazing! We really enjoyed solving the mystery surrounding the spy at Traitors’ Quay and reminding ourselves of what life was like during World War Two. A special thanks to all the children with speaking parts who worked hard to learn their lines. Thank you also to those children who worked hard back stage preparing props and ensuring everything was where it needed to be! Putting on a performance like this really is a team effort and it was lovely to see Year […]
Last Friday, the year four children arrived looking very smart, although feeling a little nervous. They needn’t have worried as they soon adapted to their new roles. We had children taking over the office, gold book assembly, teaching lessons and completing lots of different monitoring tasks around the school on behalf of the senior leadership team! Thank you to all children who were efficient and very professional. I think there is potential for some future teachers here!