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Welcome to Jaguars of South America



Our Year 4 class is called Elephants of Africa.

Our teachers are Mr Harrison and Mrs Stewart

Our Classroom Reflective Area

The spiritual, moral, social and cultural development of our school community plays a major role in school life. Each classroom has a reflective space where children can go to reflect, pray or simply ‘be’.

Worship cross(4)

Year 4 Reflection area with Rainforest waterfall prayers of thanks and our new big book of questions! Question one - 'What does heaven look like?'

Year 4 Aut 21

Zoolab visiting Year 4

'Year 4 had a memorable morning of Rainforest creepy crawly fun (if your idea of fun is holding a giant African millipede or a hissing cockroach named Colin!) with the visit of Ranger Rhys (and tropical friends) from ZooLab. And as these photos go to prove - you can take the Jaguars out of the Rainforest...'

'Year 4 have been taking advantage of the fantastic Yoga Bugs sessions to stretch their Rainforest imaginations. From disastrous deforestation to tireless tree frogs, the Jaguars had all the moves!'

Year 4 class enjoying a Forest Schools afternoon

'The Jaguars, had a lot to stomach (and poop) recently as they re-created a human digestive system using a handful of crackers, a splash of orange juice and water, some banana and half a pair of tights (thank you so much for the mountain of donations!).'

'Ashington Book Week 2022 saw the Jaguars take on the 'Donut Stop Reading Challenge!' Mr Harrison set the class the tricky task of reading a different book each day for the week. They did not have to finish the books but get a good 'taste' of each one. Then to qualify for a tasty treat on Friday (along with a well-deserved certificate and book mark) the children had to rate and briefly review each text so far. The variety on show was superb with over 100 titles touched upon. Congratulations Year 4!'

Year 4 Egyptian Day

Sussex Green Living Day

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