Euxton Primrose Hill Primary School
Primrose Hill Rd

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Year 4 Class News


  • MacMillan Coffee Morning

    Today the Euxton Primrose Hill community, including parents, grandparents, friends and local residents of all ages, turned out in force…

  • Good bye year 4!

    What a wonderful end to a truly wonderful year! Year four have had an outstanding year and I’m incredibly proud…

  • When we were evacuated…

    To round off our work on World War II, last night class 4 were evacuated! The children returned to school…

    by Mrs Swinburn
  • Experimenting with clay!

    Year four have been studying house features so that they could design their own houses. They will go onto make…

  • Brass Concert

    This afternoon year 4 impressed their parents and the school with their skills on their brass instruments and with their…

  • Sporty Year 4!

    Super duper sports this morning as year 4 undertook their Sports Day Challenges. Everyone completed a sprint, a jump, a…

    by Mrs Swinburn
  • A Fantastic Response

    Parents and children have taken part with enthusiasm and donated generously at the year 6 summer fete – Sandcastles here…

  • Year 6 Summer Fete

    This morning has been a resounding success: much cake has been eaten, fortunes told, minds read, teddies won, goals scored,…

  • Science Show 

    Key Stage 2 have enjoy a wonderful science show with Adrian this afternoon.                          

  • Just Amazing…

    As the teacher of year four, it is safe to say I’m proud of my class day in day out.…

    by Mrs Swinburn
  • Terrific T-Rex!

    An unexpected visitor arrived in school today – a baby T-Rex! Misplaced by his owner, Rex wandered the playground until…

  • Official School Opening

    Today many visitors, including the Chairman of Lancashire County Council, the Cabinet Member for Young People and Schools and the…

  • Budding electricians!

    Year 4 had an afternoon of switch making – first building working circuits and then making switches to control bulbs.…

  • Spiral of Money

    It is amazing how much change can be found ‘down the back of the sofa’! Everyone had great fun adding…

  • A thoughtful and generous response from the Primrose Hill community

    Today children and adults contributed to Primrose Hill’s response to the tragic death of Saffie Roussos – messages of faith,…

  • Peace and tranquility

    Today year four ventured north into the Lake District to visit a very special place, we went to Connishead Priory.…

    by Mrs Swinburn
  • Hot Seating in Year 4

    Wow! We have been putting ourselves in the shoes of the main characters from Good Night Mr Tom. We listened…

  • Let’s go fly a kite!

    Class four spent a little while this morning flying kites. The children enjoyed working together to make their kites swoop,…

  • What a wonderful day!

    Fresh air, sunshine and water, what more could we ask for? To round off our topic on rivers, year four…

    by Mrs Swinburn
  • Bin bags and bones.

    Year four have been very busy learning about the human skeleton! They used masking tape and bin bags to make…

    by Mrs Swinburn
  • Jam Coding Club

    The children in Coding Club have made a fantastic start to programming. They have completed Star Wars and Minecraft themed…

  • Superhero dance

    Year four have been working on creating  a dance which reflects the emotions, actions and characteristics of different superheroes. We…

    by Mrs Swinburn
  • Coding Club robotics 

    The last two sessions in Coding Club have involved robots! The groups had to program the raspberry pi’s to move…

  • Jam Coding Club

    This week the Coding Club learnt to program raspberry pi’s.They had to connect them to the laptops and then wrote…

  • Fantastic Fractions in Class Four!

    Maths is fun in class four! Today we used Lego to explore fractions. We reminded ourselves of key vocabulary,( parts…

    by Mrs Swinburn