Month: March 2016

Tennis Skills

This term we’ve been battling the weather to learn tennis (sun, fog, rain and snow – we’ve been out in all of them at some point.) Here we are developing our forehand skills through our own games before combining our ideas to make a relay race.

Welcome to our NEW website

Welcome to my Headteacher’s blog where I will share the latest LHPSN news, achievements and celebrations with you.

Welcome back to the summer term, I hope all our children are feeling refreshed, renergised and ready for some new learning. 

World Book Day: Shakespeare Challenge

To celebrate World Book Day, 4RF sat reading and discussing books of some of Shakespeare’s most famous plays – from Hamlet to A Midsummer’s Night Dream, from Romeo and Juliet to Macbeth. Then we watched a performance of a famous speech from Henry V! We loved these stories and wanted to read more…


Language Base reading afternoon!

What a lovely afternoon we had on Wednesday! Thank you to all of those parents that were able to join us and share their favourite story. The children really enjoyed the novelty of their mums reading to their class. During the morning the children spent time working together to make some treats for their parents (and themselves) which seemed to be a success! Stories and treats… A perfect combination!

World Book Day: Book corner designers

We have been designing a new book corner for our classroom. We came up with lots of ideas… Hogwarts, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Beastquest, jungles, underwater and space themes to name just a few.

Y4 Reading Corner