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Class 4

March 20, 2015: Mrs Ingle's Maths group take maths outdoors
I set the children in my maths group a measuring challenge today. They worked in pairs to solve a series of measuring challenges. Take a look at their super maths skills. Well done to my maths group, I am so very proud of you My Movie 2 from Porchester Junior on Vimeo. Posted with Blogsy

March 20, 2015: Class four create solar eclipse art
We watched the total eclipse today as a school, we decided to create some art work to remember where we were in when the eclipse happened. Class Four Create Memories from Porchester Junior on Vimeo. Posted with Blogsy

March 19, 2015: Porchester Junior's Guitarists display their skills.
This week our guitarists put on a spectacular show of their musical skills. Our resident guitar teacher uses popular music to enable his pupils to learn and hone their plucking and strumming skills. We were treated to fabulous renditions of 'Shake it off' and 'Uptown Funk' and they had the whole hall rockin' - well done guitarists you were amazing. Posted with Blogsy

March 18, 2015: Porchester Junior School and Parents - 'Sing Up' Day Celebration
Check out our fabulous singing for 'Sing Up' Day! Porchester Juniors 'Sing Up, from Porchester Class 7 on Vimeo. Posted with Blogsy

March 17, 2015: Old Newspapers please
Lower school will be making erupting volcanoes as their D &T project during our topic on mountains this term. Please can you send any old newspapers to the teachers in Class 1, Class 6 or Class 7. Thank you Posted with Blogsy

March 11, 2015: Class four visit Brackenhurst
A superb day trip to Brackenhurst, we witnessed twins being born, made cheese, went on a ramble and made Woolley book marks. A brilliant fun packed day. Class four , I am so proud of you, you were superb ambassadors for Porchester. Your behaviour and conduct were impeccable. Class 4 Visit Brackenhurst from Porchester Junior on Vimeo. My Movie from Porchester Junior on Vimeo. Class 4 Visit Brackenhurst from Porchester Junior on Vimeo. Posted with Blogsy

March 8, 2015: Brackenhurst visit reminder
Just a reminder we are going to Brackenhurst this week. Class four and seven are going on Wednesday 11th March Class one and six are going on Thursday 12th March Class three and five are going on Friday 13th March Children need to wear their own clothes, we will be outside all day so children need to wear layers of clothes to keep themselves warm. Hats and gloves are a good idea as it can be very cold in the lambing sheds. Wellington boots are advisable, don't worry if you don't have any, Brackenhurst has a supply of wellies to borrow. Children will need a pack lunch for their trip. We will be back at school in time for the end of the school day, traffic permitting. Posted with Blogsy

March 7, 2015: Mothers Day Activity Event 10.3.15
The Friends of Porchester Junior school are holding a Mothers Day activity event on From 3.15pm until 4.30pm There are 30 places available at £2 per child - tickets from the office Your child will have the chance to make a card and create a gift. Posted with Blogsy

February 13, 2015: The carnival comes to class four
This term we have looking at Brazil. We have looked at carnivals and festivals, the children have designed their own carnivals masks today so we couldn't resist having a little carnival in the classroom. Well done class four. Class Four Carnival from Porchester Junior on Vimeo. Posted with Blogsy

February 4, 2015: An unexpected visitor to class four
We have been exploring the animals that live in the rainforest, Many of the children researched the different snakes that live in the rainforest. Today we had an expert talk about corn snakes. B brought his corn snake in to school. B was a superb expert and shared his knowledge and expertise with the class. Corn Snakes are a small sized colubrid snake native to Central and the South-East of North America. They have been popular in the pet trade for many years and are a great beginner's snake for those new to snake keeping. Corn Snakes come in a variety of colours and patterns (morphs) and are a very attractive and docile species of snake. Posted with Blogsy

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