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Ysgol yr Holl Saint - All Saints' School

A Voluntary Aided Church in Wales School


Blwyddyn 4

Tiger in the School

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Hello everyone!

We hope you’ve had a lovely Easter break. The plan for the next few weeks is to start a new learning pack called ‘There’s a Tiger in the School’. Take a look at the video below if you don’t believe us! There are some activities based on this theme which we would love you to share with us once you’ve completed them.

As always, we are available on Class Dojo or email at any time if you have any queries. We would also encourage you to continue:

Reading at home as much as possible
Learning your weekly spellings (these will be shared every Monday)
Completing the original learning pack if you wish

Keep in touch, it’s great to see what you’ve all been up to.

Many thanks and take care,

Mrs Mort, Mrs Coombes and Mrs Shelmerdine

Here is the link to the Home Learning Pack should you have difficulty accessing it on Hwb... › images › homepage › My_Activity_Book_Yrs_7_11


Thanks, from Year 3 & 4 Staff.

Not long now until our Tudor Experience day with ‘Real History Alive’! 

There are a few permission slips that I’m still waiting for, in case you have lost the letter, I will resend them home tomorrow with the children who need them. Thanks. 😃


The children had a very interesting lesson about the human digestive system from Miss Jarrett this week. 

Thankfully the children had strong stomachs and we didn’t see the live version of the digestive system in reverse.... just!! 🤢😂








As part of our science work, the children have been using their measuring skills to find out if it is I boys or girls who have the largest craniums and femurs. They collected their measurements and used the ICT suite to input the data and then used a formula to calculate the average. I was very pleased with the facts they came up with when independently analysing the data. Very impressive Year 4!!!




Illustration of Children playing infront of All Saints School building

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