Year 4 News!

Children In Need

Posted: 18 November 2019

Sacred Heart raised a staggering £300 hundred pounds (and still counting) yesterday for BBC Children in Need. Thank you to everyone who bought merchandise or gave a donation to wear their pyjamas for the day.

Remembrance Service

Posted: 12 November 2019

Yesterday, we were honoured to be invited to sing at South Devon College’s annual Remembrance Service. For the past seven years, Y6 pupils at Sacred Heart have participated in the poignant event by reading their self-penned war poetry. This year, along with the poems, we brought along sixteen young singers to mark this special day. It was by far my proudest moment as a headteacher so far as the children brought tears to the eyes of hundreds of staff and learners at the college as well as other visiting dignitaries. The children were outstanding in every sense of the word and were great ambassadors for Sacred Heart.

As a reward and thank you, the children were treated to bacon sandwiches, biscuits, cake and squash in the VIP area. Their smiles say it all.

Sailing – Year 4

Posted: 26 March 2018

Year Four were able to move their sailing days last week because of the snow. They have all now completed their course and are RYA qualified Junior Sailors, a great achievement for them all.

More news from Year 4

Autumn News

Reach Outdoors

On Thursday 15th June 2017, Year 4 went on an outdoor learning day with Reach Outdoors. They had fun learning how to build a raft, orienteer around woodland and make shelters and fires during bushcraft.

 

Bygones!

On Tuesday 28th March 2017, the children of year 4 stepped back in time to the Victorian era. The afternoon was a great opportunity for the children to consolidate their understanding of this eventful time in our history. The children enjoyed their visit and dressing up in Victorian clothes.

Tennis Festival

On Thursday 27th April, Year 4 went to PCSA for a tennis festival. The children enjoyed the drills and skills, and having fun while keeping fit and improving their hand-eye co-ordination. Four children from the class entered a singles tournament and came 3rd overall! Well done!