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Year 4

Women’s International Day at the King Power

14 Year 4 children had a very active day, working with dancers from a range of cultures. They were buzzing when they got back and were demonstrating the dance moves as they came into school. They said they had danced all day long!

Skipping Challenge

The Year 4 children took part in the skipping challenge to raise money for Leicester Children’s Holiday Homes, a charity which provides holidays for children not as lucky as most of us. The charity also supports schools with funding for school trips. The children did so well. They got better and better as they practised and as you can see really enjoyed it! Well done everyone!

Djembe drumming 2024

Once again, our Year 4 children have experienced learning to play and perform on the djembe drums.2 of our friends from the DSP Superstars joined them. It was Mrs Mc Culloch’s class who went first this year and they worked hard over a term and a bit and then performed very professionally in front of their parents and other classes of pupils.

Leicester City in the Community Trust Anti-bullying event

Ten Year 4 children, Miss Williams and Mr Osborn ( governor) attended the Leicester City in the Community Trust Anti-bullying event. They joined children from other schools and took part in lots of fun activities. One of the favourites was making the anti-bullying chain which you can see in the photos. The children also enjoyed looking around the stadium.

Gurdwara Visit

The Year 4 pupils visited the Sikh Gurdwara at Holy Bones, Leicester to experience first hand the artefacts of the Sikh religion and to hear from the Sikhs at the Gurdwara all about the Sikh religion. Staff and pupils had to wear head coverings and they were all made very welcome.