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KS2 summer production of "Dream On"

A full dress rehearsal took place yesterday (16.7.18) and it's first night tonight at Bishop Wilton Hall. The children have worked very hard to be ready and we're sure the audience will love it! 

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Service for Mr Edwards 

A leaving service for Mr Edwards, organised by the governors, was held this afternoon (12.7.19) at St Martin's Church. Presentations were made by church wardens, ex pupils, Mr Sloman of Woldgate School and Revd Jan. 

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Penalty shoot-out in aid of the NSPCC

Class 4 have today (29.6.18) taken part in a penalty shoot-out during their PE lesson with Mr Simms.  Each child had 60 seconds to score as many goals as possible. If you are able, please sponsor your child. They will come home with a record of their score. Monies need to be returned to school by Monday 9 July. Many thanks for supporting your children and the work of the NSPCC. 

 

 

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Dream On 

 

Rehearsals are going well for this year's KS2 performance of Dream On, an entertaining tale with a nod to Shakespeare's A Midsummer Night's Dream. Don't forget to order your tickets for the show which takes place at Bishop Wilton Village Hall on Tuesday 17 July and Wednesday 18 July at 6.30pm. Tickets are £2.50 for adults and £1.50 for children. 

 

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What an inspiration!

 

In today's morning work, Class 4  had to come up with a class motto. There were plenty of inspirational examples. Here are just a few of them. 

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Visit to Stockbridge Technology Centre 

 

On Monday 25 June, Class 4 enjoyed a visit to Stockbridge Technology Centre near Cawood. The children learnt about food production and were able to pick their own peas (and ate them straight from the pod); tomatoes, lettuces, radishes and strawberries. They also heard about how the produce is used in medicines and the pharmaceutical industry. They also made healthy pizzas as well as strawberry buns. The weather was fantastic and they all brought a goody bag home! 

 

 

 

 

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Activity day at Allerthorpe Lakeland Park 

Along with other local schools, Class 4 enjoyed a day of survival skills at Allerthorpe Lakeland Park on Tuesday, 19 June 2018. The two teams had a go at several activities including building a shelter, filtering water, rowing and getting across to an island before hoisting a flag they'd made. Some participants got wetter than others but we all had a great day. 

 

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Curriculum letter summer 2018

Design & technology challenge 

 

Year 6 spent Thursday afternoon at the KP Club near Pocklington at the Woldgate School Design & Technology Challenge. The teams were tasked with designing a form of transport to take a large number of people to work without causing congestion on the roads and stopping other traffic. All the children contributed to the ideas and worked well as a team. The Woldgate staff were very impressed with all the teams and we came second. Well done. Thanks to Woldgate School for organising not only the event, but the transport and refreshments too.

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The Forbidden Corner

 

Using the money they raised "Making £5 Grow", Class 4 had a fabulous time at The Forbidden Corner. Some of them got soaked; some of them nearly got stuck and some of them found a way to get neither wet nor soaked. After enjoying a lovely lunch, the class went off exploring and towards the end of the trip, enjoyed an ice cream in the lovely June sunshine. Thanks again for all the support during the Grow £5 project. 

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FANGFOSS POTTERY 

Class 4 was invited to Fangfoss Pottery in order to make some tiles to replace those that had been damaged at Jubilee Park. Firstly, the children watched a demonstration by Gerry and learnt about the process of making pottery from Lyn. They then moved upstairs to make their tiles. 

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Eastern Europe project day 

Class 4's Eastern European studies culminated in an open afternoon where parents and Class 3 were invited to come and see the projects the children have been busy working on. The guests also had the opportunity to try some delicious and some not-so delicious fare! There were displays about Moldova, Croatia, Turkey, Russia, Poland, Hungary, Lithuania and Slovakia. One parent remarked how great it was to see what the children had been up to in their Geography lessons and how enthusiastic they were when talking about their chosen country. 

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Tidying the wildlife area

On Wednesday morning, as Year 6s were busy with SATs, the Year 5s started to tidy the wildlife area. The first job was to weed. Lots of buckets were filled and emptied into the compost bin. The children were very enthusiastic and worked hard, despite the inclement weather. 

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Making Maths pizzas

 

On Monday and Tuesday, when the Year 6s were busy with their SATs tests, the Year 5s were using their maths, art and cooking skills to design and cook pizzas. Some children chose to have 25% pineapple on their creation whilst others had 1/8 of ham.  They understood the importance of hygiene and safety as they prepared the food. The delicious fare was shared with the rest of the class. 

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Creating shrines in RE

Following on from our visit to the Buddhist centre in Pocklington, we've been creating shrines in Class 4. 

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Disability Awareness 

Staff from the East Riding of Yorkshire Council's Sports, Play and Arts department came into school recently. We enjoyed taking part in the activities. The weather was kind to us and the games we took part in, gave us a greater understanding of disabilities such as being blind. 

 

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Performance poet visit

Thanks to the generosity of F.O.S.S, the school was able to enjoy a visit from multicultural poet Donavan Christopher, aka Rappaman on Monday, 23 April.  He spent the day in school and following an all-school assembly, led workshops in each class. We had a great session with him and he was very impressed with the raps we came up with. 

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Catch us in the Pocklington Post!

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Exploring Eastern Europe 

As part of their Geography lessons, Class 4 had a visit from Meriem and Mehmed who are from Bulgaria. The children listened as Meriem and Mehmed described life in their native country. During their presentation, they told the class about the beautiful buildings, the weather, the customs, religious beliefs and tourist attractions from that part of Eastern Europe. The class then tried reciting the Bulgarian alphabet.  They also had the chance to try some traditional Bulgarian food – lutenitca and lokum (Bulgarian delight).

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RE trip to York Mosque and the Buddhist Centre at Kilnwick Percy 

On Monday 16 April, Class 4 went on an RE trip. Firstly, they visited the Mosque in York. The Imam there talked to the children about his faith and asked them lots of questions about their knowledge of Islam. He was very impressed with what they knew. The children in turn, asked many questions of the Imam. They also got a chance to look in the new mosque which is being built as the old mosque is too small now. From York, the class travelled to the Buddhist centre just outside Pocklington. After lunch the children re-enacted Buddha's life story and took part in meditation. Again they answered questions and asked many questions.  Their behaviour was impeccable and they were a credit to the school! 

 

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We Made £5 Grow!

 

Thanks to everyone who helped and supported us during our Make £5 Grow project. There were nine teams and we sold a variety of products from bird feeders to buns to painted stones. In total, we were given £105 by Virgin Bank and our total profit to date is £841.15 with money still coming in. We'll be spending the money on a class trip to The Forbidden Corner in North Yorkshire. 

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Make £5 Grow - selling in Virgin Bank in York 

 

On a wet and windy Friday, Miss Brindley and Mr Edwards ventured into York with GEMpire, one of class 4's Make £5 Grow teams. The team, made up of Bethany, Eve and Lily, was chosen by Virgin Bank staff to go into the branch and set up a stall to sell the class's products to the public. It was a valuable learning experience for the girls as they had to target their market and really work hard to secure sales. Don't forget, the last sale takes place after school tomorrow (Tuesday 20 March). Many thanks for all your continued support. 

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Orienteering at Woldgate School

It was a busy old Tuesday after school for Class 4. As well as doing the Make £5 Grow sale, four pupils took part in an orienteering competition at Woldgate School. Despite the very wet and muddy conditions, they all made it round - some getting a bit muddier than others! Well done Amy, Bethany, Finley and Matthew. Thanks to the parents who provided transport. 

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WORLD BOOK DAY

 

Because of the snow last week, World Book Day was rearranged and staff and children got into the spirit coming to school as their favourite characters. Horrid Henry, Harry Potter, Mary Poppins, The Tiger Who Came To Tea, Paddington Bear...the list is endless!  

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Messy Church 

Mrs Brown from St Martin's Messy Church came into Class 4 recently to tell the children all about Messy Church. The class took part in fun activities including making butter - this activity reminds us that the Spirit changes us. The children had to make a hat with three sheets of newspaper - the three sheets represent the Trinity and another task saw them blowing three bubbles in one - again representing the Trinity. The next Messy Church is here at school on Sunday 18 March at 3.30pm. All ages welcome. 

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Make £5 Grow 

Due to the inclement weather, this week's sale was held indoors and again sales were brisk. Thanks to all those who supported Class 4. Next week's sale will be on Wednesday 7 March after school. 

 

Indoor Make £5 Grow sale

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Don't forget...

It's Class 4's Make £5 Grow sale tomorrow (Tuesday 27 February.) Weather-permitting, it'll be held on the playground after school. In the case of inclement weather, the sale will take place in Class 4's classroom. Due to the Parent Consultations' evening, next week's sale will take place on Wednesday 7 March. Thank you for your continued support and we look forward to seeing you and your money! 

MAKE £5 GROW 

Class 4's first Make £5 Grow sale took place on Tuesday 20 February in the playground after school. It was very well supported. The children did amazingly well and a good deal of money changed hands! Thank you to everyone who bought something. There was a good variety of stalls from bird boxes to painted rocks; from glitter tea lights to handmade biscuits. Next week's sale takes place on Tuesday 27 February. On the week of the parents' consultation evenings, the sale will take place on the Wednesday (7 March) instead.  

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Picture 5 Fangfoss Rocks!
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PITCHING OUR MAKE £5 GROW IDEAS

Just before we broke up, representatives from Virgin Bank in York came to Class 4 to listen to the children's ideas and to give out advice. The children asked questions and their ideas were judged and prizes given out. One lucky team will be going to Virgin Bank in York to sell theirs and other children's wares. 

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Preparations are well under way for Class 4's Make £5 Grow project. The first sale will be after school on Tuesday 20 February. Bring your pennies (and £s!)

Preparations are well under way for Class 4's Make £5 Grow project. The first sale will be after school on Tuesday 20 February. Bring your pennies (and £s!) 1 Pupils in Class 4, each with their £5.

A TASTE OF PASSOVER 

In RE, Class 4 has been learning about the Jewish festival of Passover when people remember how the children of Israel were led out of slavery in Egypt. The class enjoyed some traditional Passover foods - Charoset - which with its chopped apples represents the mortar used by the slaves; Matzah crackers - representing the fact that the Israelites couldn't wait for their bread to rise and red grape juice (wine) representing freedom from slavery. 

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Spring 2018 Curriculum letter

Christmas Crafts in Class 4

Christmas Crafts in Class 4 1 Class 4's home-made Christmas decorations.
Christmas Crafts in Class 4 2 Getting crafty in Class 4.
Christmas Crafts in Class 4 3 Christingles for the service at St Martin's Church
Christmas Crafts in Class 4 4 You can never have too much glitter!
Christmas Crafts in Class 4 5 Nice Christmas jumper Miss B!
Christmas Crafts in Class 4 6 Edible crafts too.

September 2017 Curriculum Letter

Class 4 have been taking part in Active English, which combines writing, creativity and physical exercise!

A Sad Goodbye

Today is my last day at St Martin's School, after having worked here for over 8 years it's a very sad day for me. The school, children and staff are wonderful and I shall sorely miss coming here each day. Miss Brindley and Class 4 are fabulous and do brilliant things...keep being amazing, love Miss Andrews xx

History of Medicine Project

Class 4 really enjoyed our History topic looking at medicine through the ages, so much so, the children did a homework project on a period of history that they were particularly interested in. We had some Tudor herbs, Medieval humours and Plague Doctors. Parents came to our open afternoon and Class 3 popped in for a visit. The children had certainly put in a lot of effort.

This half term in D&T we have been learning about yeast and bread making. We decided to do this topic in the form of 'The Great British Bake Off' - Bread Week! Over the weeks the children had to research, design then make their bread. We were very lucky to have the assistance and knowledge of 2 professional bread bakers...Vicky and Jess from Patacakes Bakery in Dunnington, they came in for 3 weeks to help and finally judge the children's finished products. It was an extremely tense final with the overall winning team creating a very tasty raisin bread.

All of KS2 attended a Creative Writing day at Beningbrough Hall, the children were split into groups to write a collaborative piece. Each group were taken to a room, given a character, genre and item to include in their story. A great day was had by all and the children showed what fabulous imaginations they have!

Summer Term 2017 curriculum letter

We took the Year 6's out for a 'Leavers meal' to Cosmo in York. We had a walk down by the river and ate far too much for lunch but it was delicious!

To end the topic on food in our French lessons, we held 'market stalls' where we had to buy and sell fruit and vegetables using French language only.

Our annual end of year play took place this half term, we performed 'Porridge' to audiences over 2 nights. A great time was had by all...some of us loved our costumes more than others!

Class 4 had a day at Stocksbridge Technology Centre learning about various ways to grow fruit and vegetables. At the end of the day everybody got to bring home a bag of vegetables to enjoy which they had picked.

During SATs week, the rest of the class spent some time on a maths pizza project. The children were given the brief of creating maths related toppings, for example we had some ratio, fractions, doubling and symmetry. They designed the pizzas on paper, worked out the ingredients for the base then made the dough and put their toppings on. Once the pizzas were finished we compared their designs to their finished product then shared them with the Year 6's to celebrate the end of SATs.

In History we have been learning about Tudor Life. We decided to end the topic by holding a Tudor project afternoon for parents and children in Class 3 to come and see everything we have learnt.

Spring Term Curriculum Letter

Our finished bowls from Fangfoss Pottery, we are very pleased with them!

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We were invited by Jerry and Lyn Grant, from Fangfoss Pottery, to spend an afternoon learning how they work and also making our own bowls using leaves we found.

Class 4 enjoying World Book Day (spot the 2 Wallys in the background...).

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Mr Simms and Mr Edwards performing the Class 4 dance - maybe enjoying themselves a little too much!

Anne Frank

This half term we have been learning about Anne Frank by reading her diary and moving on to writing radio play scripts based on her story. Below are the recordings of our plays, we hope you enjoy listening to them...

Eve, Bethany, Amy, Skye and Lily

Harry, Skye and Matthew M.

Helen, Daisy, Lauren and Harry

Ivo, Ellie, Harry and Ruby

Lauren, Ruby, Daisy, Helen and Ellie

Lawrence, Matthew M. and Archie

Lily, Edie, Matthew B, Beatrice and Poppy

Matthew B, Finley, Adam and Edie

Poppy, Skye, Amy, Molly and Adam

Autumn 2016 curriculum letter

We have had a little visitor in Class 4 over the festive period, the cheeky Elf! Each night he has had a bit of fun in our classroom, the children have had fun coming in and finding what he's been up to!

Our English topic is currently Rap Poetry, this rap was written by one of the year 6 pupils.

To round off our topics of Roald Dahl (Charlie and the Chocolate Factory) and From Bean to Bar, we visited York Chocolate Story to learn more about the process. We had a great time tasting the chocolate and we made our own lollies!

We had East Riding Youth Dance in for a session.

Summer 2016 Curriculum Letter

We designed and created Buddhist shrines to bring our topic to a close.

As part of our Buddhist topic, we decided to create our own mandalas using coloured sand.

On Thursday 23rd June, the EU referendum took place. We at St Martin's decided to hold our own vote...the children voted overwhelmingly to stay in the EU.

To bring some more understanding of how Fairtrade works and why we should support it, we held a Fairtrade afternoon for the whole school. Dr & Mrs Smith came to give a talk and answer questions, they also brought various Fairtrade products to buy and we supplied cakes and drinks made with Fairtrade ingredients.

We spent the day at Madhyamaka Kadampa Meditation Centre learning all about the Buddhist faith. Polly, who is a volunteer at the centre, took us around the hall explaining the history and the day to day life. We then spent some time in the meditation room having a go at 'Take 5' meditation we also acted out the story of Buddha. Afterwards the Buddhist nun, Lekmo, answered any questions the children had regarding Buddhism and the life of a nun/monk.

We held our final sale for Virgin Money 'Make £5 Grow' scheme, Anna from Virgin Bank came to support us and we handed over the cheque to repay the loan the children were given. The children raised an amazing £795 over the course of the enterprise, great work by the pupils and many thanks to the parents for giving their support. We are now looking forward to a great day out at York Maze with the profits!

As part of our Virgin Money 'Make £5 Grow' enterprise we are currently taking part in, we were kindly offered the opportunity to hold a stall at Langlands garden centre by Mr and Mrs Ducker. 5 groups of children took up this offer and raised a huge £161 on the day. Fantastic!

Spring 2016 Curriculum Letter

As part of our Easter activities in class, we learnt about the meaning behind a simnel cake and enjoyed tasting it. We also made lovely Easter cards using a block printing technique that we had been doing in art.

After our Big Easter day, we created a display to show the activities we took part in.

The whole school took part in our annual Big Easter day, we went round the different stations having a go at the activities. Rev Jan joined us for the afternoon too.

In Class 4 we have a reward system of a 'ping pong pot', when the pot is full the children choose a treat. This time they decided they'd love a chocolate fountain so...we gave them a chocolate fountain!

We are currently taking part in the Virgin Money 'Grow £5' scheme. The children have each received a £5 loan from Virgin Money to invest in their own business. Each week we have been holding selling opportunities in school. The children are hoping to raise enough money to pay for a fun day out towards the end of the school year.

In our Geography lessons we have been looking at the question 'Why on Earth?' We have been very lucky to have had reports sent back from a 6 week boat journey, which began in Singapore and has just ended in Ghana, by Mr Collins our Admin Officer's husband. Mr Collins works for the oil industry and has been involved in a huge project to build and sail a 'floating oil rig' which is to be used off the Ghanian coast for approx the next 25 years. We have been in email contact with Mr Collins along the journey, asking questions ranging from 'how do you get water?' to 'have you seen any sea creatures?' Mr Collins left the ship to come home on leave for a couple of weeks and came into school to talk about his experiences and answer more questions from the children.

We spent an afternoon looking at 'What is a Diocese' and learning about the York Diocese. The whole of KS2 got together and split into 5 groups, we went around each 'station' in our groups and had a go at the different activities. Afterwards we came back together to look at the different ideas and thoughts from all the groups and discuss what we had learnt.

World Book Day 2016 in Class 4!

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September 2015 Curriculum Letter

In Class 4, our topic in Science has been Earth, Sun and Moon. The children have had the half term to create a Space project to show to the rest of the class and the pupils in class 3.

We took a slow motion video of one group trying to show how craters are made on the moon.

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Dawn Holgate, a dance teacher, from Woldgate School spent the afternoon giving Class 4 dancing lessons.

We held an open afternoon for parents to come and see what we had learnt during our Viking topic.

On Saturday, we ran stalls and games for the school Christmas fair in our classroom. We had lots of customers and really enjoyed ourselves.

The Live Debate

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This half term we have been learning the art of debating. We decided to bring this topic to a conclusion by holding a live debate on 'Age Rating on Films and Games - Yes or No?'

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The children have enjoyed learning the art of Siu Lim Tau which is the 1st form of Wing Chun (Little ideas, small thoughts)

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During this half term in science we have been looking at reversible and irreversible changes, we spent a full day conducting various experiments.

Class 4 have been learning the traditional martial art of Wing Chun Kung Fu with instructor Sifu Dave

We had a Forensic Science Day in Class 4, where various crimes were committed and the children had to work out 'who did it'.

Summer Term Curriculum letter.

We really enjoyed learning about and creating stoles for the different times of The Litergical Calendar. We were so inspired that we made our own stole for Reverend Jan to wear at our 2015 leavers service.

Virgin Money Grow £5 trip to Forbidden Corner

REaction visited our class, we discussed the 'Send My Friend To School' campaign, had a drama workshop based on the creation story and played drums.

Reverend Jan came into Class 4 to talk to us about Liturgical Colours and Art in Christianity. She brought her stoles in to look at and try on, we are now going to design and make our own.

We had an assembly followed by a workshop by Childline to discuss keeping safe and what to do if we are worried.

'Make £5 Grow'

 

We took part in 'Make £5 Grow' with Virgin Money. Virgin bank lent each child £5 to grow, the children chose whether they did this alone or in groups.

Over 12 weeks the children researched, advertised, made/bought and sold stock and kept profit and loss accounts. The children were very enthusiastic about this project as we gave them the choice of what they would like to do with any profit they made at the end...the decision being a day trip!

As the weeks rolled by, the profits began to creep up and by the end of the final sale day the class had made a total combined profit of an amazing £918.38!  This beats the total made by any other school taken part in Virgin Money 'Make £5 Grow'.

With the money we are able to pay for the full class to enjoy a trip to The Forbidden Corner, the bus journey, lunch and ice-creams. Great work everyone!

 

 

 

Virgin Money 'Make £5 Grow' last sale day

Spring Term Curriculum Letter January 2015

Our Easter Service during which some of us read our Easter poems we had written in class

We had an enjoyable afternoon taking part in Easter activities at church with Reverend Jan

We Love Dressing Up In Class 4! World Book Day 2015

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Autumn Term 2 curriculum letter

Our topic has been The Ancient Maya, to bring this to a close we decided to have an activity day.