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  • Year 4 Swinton High Open Morning

    Published 23/10/17, by David Foster

    Y4 – Open Morning at Swinton High School

    All pupils behaved fantastically and were a credit to themselves, Wardley Primary and their parents.


    1. Head teacher (Mr Harrison – not me!) – gave a brief and very friendly welcome to the children.

    1. Geography – children learned about different types of clouds and how clouds are formed. Individually made their own type of cloud with a certificate stating when it was made, its name and a signature of authenticity.

    2. Art – children took part in a series of activities which resulted in them producing several cartoon monster designs morphed into ‘coffee stains’.

    3. PE - children took part in a series of team work races aimed at improving their balance, speed and co-ordination. They had a fab time.

    All staff at Swinton HS where very friendly and welcoming.

    With thanks.

    Mr Harrison (Y4)

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  • Style Mill trip

    Published 13/02/17, by David Foster

    Year 4 visit Style Mill

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  • Year 4 Performance Poetry

    Published 22/12/16, by David Foster




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  • Performance Poetry

    Published 23/11/16, by David Foster

    This half term, we have been reading Ted Hughes’s “The Iron Man” as a stimulus for our own writing. We have also looked at Brenda Williams’s “The Coming of the Iron Man”, a poem based upon the same story. Year Four have taken part in some performance poetry. We looked at how expression and intonation can make poetry reciting more interesting and used actions to explore another way in which the poem can be delivered. 

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  • French Afternoon

    Published 27/09/16, by David Foster

    Year 4 spent the afternoon tasting French delicacies such as croissants and baguettes. We practised reviewing our food in French and writing this in our books.

    We learnt lots about French culture. We looked at the location of France, its landmarks, what life is like in France and how this is different to England.

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  • Roald Dahl Day

    Published 13/09/16, by David Foster

    Today, Year Four celebrated what would have been Roald Dahl’s 100th birthday.

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