Mandarin Songs to Practise for the Summer Concert

On Thursday 13th May, the children will performing in two Summer Concerts at St Catherine’s Church.

10:00 until 11:00 – Reception, Yr1, Yr2, Yr3

13:50 until 15:10 – Yr4, Yr5, Yr6, Orchestra, Choir and Steel Pans

The children in Years 2 and 3 will be singing:

小兔子乖乖  (xiǎo tù zǐ guāi guāi) “Well-Behaved Little Rabbit”

The children in Years 4-6 will be singing:

蜗牛与黄鹂鸟 (Wō niú yǔ huáng lí  niǎo) Snail and Oriole Birds

You can listen to the songs by pressing the hyperlinks above.  The lyrics to both songs can be found on the PowerPoint below.

Download (PDF, 737KB)

Happy practising.





In art, year 4 have been doing observational drawings of the facial features.   P1070686     P1070687

We did a experiment about our drawings with a portrait in each corner.P1070689+                P1070688        


In art we have been drawing our selves . different fetcher’s  of our face first we drew our eyes and our lips the next day we had to draw our face within one minute  next we had to draw our self’s with are eye closed. After that we had to draw our selves with the hand we don’t normally write with.




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Maths: Measuring mass

In 4S we have been measuring mass

In our maths we had to measure the weight mass of different objects in the classroom. The below resources are the types of scales we used. We also learned the difference between weight and mass which is affected by gravity. We have all learnt a lot on our first day back!


Organs by Abel

4S went  to the Centre of the Cell last Monday. In it we saw real human organs given to the centre after they die so that scientists can investigate on the body parts.



Also, as our topic is Machines Including Amazing Me, we have learned about the digestive system.

Food is chopped, teared, crushed and ground by the teeth. Then it is pushed down the esophagus. The liver absorbs the nutrients, while the stomach blends. The large intestines take out the liquid and the small digest the food before it goes out the anus.

I hope you  enjoyed my blog.

4S Maths by Abel

In maths 4S has been studying Multiplication.

At the beginning of the first week my group used The Bar Method to calculate sums of 2-Digit x 2-Digit.

A few days later we used  Expanded Long Multiplication to calculate the same type of equation, but it was the next step forward in Multiplication.

Today we learnt Long Multiplication, one of the hardest ways of calculating Multiplication Questions.

Grid Method
Grid Method
Expanded Long Multiplication
Expanded Long Multiplication
Long Multiplication
Long Multiplication

I enjoyed learning about Multiplication very much in our Maths Lessons.

Our new topic is going to be measurements in length, weight and space.

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Wind Mill Hill



On our school journey we did lot of activities including problem solving. In problem solving we solved lots of problems, like this one where we could not walk or run to the place we needed to get to otherwise we would float in space. So one person held the base as one person made a chain to hold on to the next base and on and on and on till we got to are next activity base.

centre of the cell

Today is Monday.  Sorry but I don’t know the exact date.  It was so cool!  We went on a educational visit to the Centre of the Cell. I love organs for some reason so I was so excited. don’t you think that they are super cool too? Well I don’t think many of my other class mates are as obsessed. But any way, I saw some real organs. Yes real ones that humans had donated when they died. There was half a brain, some kidneys, a liver, some skin and a nee cap. See, I’m obsessed. This look like fun? It was. No doubt about it. If you’re planning to go visit sorry to say it’s only for schools.


4S Masks

In 4S we have been making Aztec Masks. First, we drew them in our Art books. Next, we started to make the outline of the masks with clay. We flattened the clay with rolling pins and sticks. We made all the holes that there were on the mask and used special tools to make the patterns. After that, we were given another giant piece of clay. We had to stick it on the old piece because on some masks there were things that stuck out. We were very careful not to mix it with the old piece because if we did, when we put our masks in the kiln they would explode and the force would make all the rest break as well. When we had finished shaping them we gave them to our teacher who put them on trays. The kiln heated them 1000 degrees!

The next week we got our heated masks. A few had broken in the kiln, but apart from that they were fine. They had turned white in the kiln and some looked identical. We started to glaze them but we got a bit confused. The glaze colours were not the colours they said they were! For example, the white was sky blue, the green a muddy brown and the blue was grey. P1070304 - CopyWe put them in the kiln again, but even though we have not painted them yet we will do soon!