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Headteacher - Mrs Sally Buckton

Guiseley Primary School

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We would like to encourage parents, carers, wider family and friends in the community to visit and comment on our blog. It really makes a huge difference to the children when they can see that one of their comments or pieces of work has been seen and acknowledged by people outside of the classroom. Comments might include things like “Wow – that is a super piece of writing” or “I agree. You have put lots of thought into this”. You do not need to subscribe to the blog in order to comment. You simply put in your email address (this can be fictitious  and name (no surnames please – just “Josh’s mum” or Lucy’s grandma”).
Early in KS2, children learn about E-safety through their Computing sessions. The children will be encouraged to comment on the postings on the blog. To do this, they will use their first name and a made-up email address.

 

Year Four Blog

Greek Gyros

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This week the children designed and prepared a traditional Greek dish called Gyros.  They really enjoyed this activity, especially the taste testing! 

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International week 2018

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The last week of half term, was International Week at Guiseley Primary. Year 4 had an amazing time getting involved in lots of Greek activities. They made 3D pots in DT; rubbings of mythological creatures and columns in Art; wrote their own Greek myths in English; created graphs of their favourite Greek food in Maths; baked their own Greek 'kourabiedes' biscuits in the curriculum kitchen and built 3D models of the Parthenon from cocktail sticks and sweets!

It was a fun week, enjoyed by the children and staff. We hope parents enjoyed travelling round the world on Friday afternoon :)  Thank you for coming!

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Harvest Festival Fun!!

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Year 4 performed a brilliant Harvest rap this afternoon as part of the whole school Harvest Festival. Thanks to everyone who donated food items for an extremely important cause - the Safe Haven in Guiseley.

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Cooking up a storm

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Harrison has been enjoying some cooking recently. He is a dab hand in the kitchen and can follow instructions well.

He has made a delicious pizza and a very tasty fruit salad (he even saved some for the staff to enjoy - YUM!!)

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Science this week

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In Science, we have been learning about sound. This week, we investigated which materials would make good ear defenders, to protect our ears at a rock concert! We thought about the quality of each material when making our predictions.... Watch this space for our results.....

          

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Coral Class Blog

The Digestive System

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Coral class enjoyed a very hands-on, practical lesson about how the digestive system works.  It was very messy and sticky!

        

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Sssssh, it's library time!

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Our library is finally open and we love it, there are so many books to choose from.

         

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Guiseley AFC Football Training

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  Coral class practicing their passing and shooting skills!

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St John Ambulance - Big First Aid Lesson

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This afternoon the children joined in the St John Ambulance Big First Aid Lesson.  During this interactive session the children learned how to treat burns, how to help someone who is choking and how to call 999 in an emergency.

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Coral Class Football Coaching by Guiseley AFC

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First session from Guiseley AFC - S C O R E !!!  Follow our blog to see how our footballers progress over the coming weeks.

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Proud Teacher Alert!!!

Year 4, you were a credit to our school on our trip to the Leeds City Museum, your behaviour and the way you interacted with each other and the activities was fabulous - well done!