JunePosted by Year 4 Mon, June 26, 2017 14:39:41
A piercing scream ecoed through Dangy End. Kalos was woken by it,realising it was midnight, he nervously plodded outside. A bright light flashed in the sky.....but there was a dramatic change in the weather...Cats an dogs were raining from the sky-literally! Kalos managed to catch a cat, it seemed to like him. So he kept it-and, supprize supprize . Collars were raining down from the sky. With the name Kalos was thinking of for his cat, he got a collar. More screams were coming."It must have been the animals," thought Kalos. Kalos chuckled very broadly.
JunePosted by Year 4 Mon, June 26, 2017 12:04:32
Alberto was slowly plodding along,but the weather changed dramatically... It was raining cats and dogs... Literally! Main coons, British shorthairs and tortoise shell cats were falling on every poor mans,woman's and child's head. Not to mention the Great Danes,Dobermans and chuawawas falling on the street pigeons. Alberto started running for the hills, amazed about what's happening. Crazily, he managed to leg it home with a Doberman chasing him.He opened the door to his house,then a fat kiwi bird attacked him. It pecked him like a devil,but suddenly a whale came and ate Alberto...Ouch!!! That must of hurt.
JunePosted by Year 4 Mon, June 26, 2017 10:11:35
At the athletics competition at sellwood we did 400m,howler,50metre sprint and the long jump into sand . It was fun but very hard to run the 400m run 🏃. We thought that the 50m sprint was one of the easiest things to do . Also the standing long jump was also one of the easiest to do . The 400m run was a bit hard but no so much . The most easiest was probably the howler because all you had to do was throw it from the centre of the howler but it was fun. The 400m was hard because you had to run 🏃 around the hole field and that was hard.but it was good 😊 fun
JunePosted by Year 4 Thu, June 22, 2017 13:32:02
Wednesday was National Writing day. The whole school took part in writing something about courage. After watching a YouTube video the previous day about what courage means to different children, we had a go and writing some inspirational words about what courage means to us.
JunePosted by Year 4 Wed, June 21, 2017 20:30:18
to the Year 4s who took part in the Clive Lewis Tag Rugby tournament this afternoon. A terrific team effort saw St John's beat Springmead 2-1 in the final!
Well done to Harry, Mike, Rudy, Caleb, Igor, Lucy, Mimi and Ayla.
JunePosted by Year 4 Mon, June 19, 2017 07:42:50
As the hot sunny weather is set to continue, please remember to bring a bottle of water to school to drink throughout the day, wear your sun hot and get your parents to put on sun cream.
JunePosted by Year 4 Fri, June 16, 2017 11:19:09
Yesterday, 12 Year 4 children went to the Frome Tennis Club to take part in a tennis competition with 7 other schools. After a number of games and some great rallies, it got to the final match which St John's won. In fact, St John's teams finished 1st, 2nd and 4th! What a fantastic result!
JunePosted by Year 4 Fri, June 16, 2017 08:23:37
Yesterday, Year 4 welcomed a visitor to school who talked about the different communities within Frome. The children then decorated pieces of fabric with words and images that represented them. These will be made into bunting and used to decorate the Children's Festival on July 9th at the Cheese and Grain and Welshmill park.