Tulips (Y4)

Mr Murray

Welcome to Tulips

Our teacher is Mr. Murray!

Our class philosophy is to work hard, encourage one another and have fun!

Resources:

LKS2 essential reads

https://ttrockstars.com/login

https://play.spellingshed.com/#/login

https://www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games/hit-the-button

http://www.sheppardsoftware.com/mathgames/fruitshoot/fruitshoot_addition.htm

Important information:

Homework will be given out on a Friday and returned the following Thursday (Maths, Grammar, Reading Comprehension and Vocabulary)

Diaries are to be brought in on a daily basis and signed when your child has read at home. Spellings and times table are expected to be practised regularly over the week.

P.E. is on a Thursday – children are expected to have their kit to participate (P.E. kit will be taken home after use and not left on school premises).

If your child is having a school lunch please ensure that payment is brought in at the beginning of the week.

 

Tulips

World Cup Fever at the Nook!

Windy Nook have been having a fantastic day of face painting, photographing and dancing with a bit of retail therapy! Good preparation for an England win tonight! Article 31: You have the right to play and rest. Article 29: Your education should help you use and...

Music, Music, Music!

What a sensational violin concert took place this afternoon, it was a testament to the commitment and hard work put in by all of the children of LKS2. From learning to play a violin and reading music during weekly lessons, remembering a new song or lines to introduce...

The Global Goals at Windy Nook Primary School

Last month in June there was a focused week on sustainability called Climate Week. During this week the pupils in each class focused on a different goal from the Global Goals. The Global Goals were created by world leaders to aim for a better and fairer world by...

Gateshead Athletics Festival

On Friday, while most of Windy Nook children were enjoying a lie in, 15 children represented the school at the annual Athletics Festival.  Children were challenged across a track, field and relay discipline, all participating in at least one semi-final each. ...

KS2 School Games Day

Our KS2 School Games Day 'World Cup theme' didn't disappoint in the glorious sunshine.  Years 5 and 6 led the children around 10 sporting disciplines.  The Key Stage were entertained by an excellent performance from children in Early Years before parading onto the top...

Tag Rubgy Festival in LSK2

Today, LKS2 took part in a fantastic Tag Rugby Tournament at Newcastle Falcons in Kingston Park. It was an amazing event with many schools from across the North East taking part. Although it wasn't a competitive event, Windy Nook won every single game that they played...

LKS2 Quad Kids Final

Yesterday, LKS2 took part in the Quad Kids Final at Kingsmeadow. Although we didn't get the result we wanted, the children fought to the very end through the wind and injuries to finish in a very respectable 6th place out of 11 schools. As always their behaviour was...

Quadkids reach the final

Children from across Lower Key Stage 2 took part in a Thomas Hepburn cluster tournament.  Windy Nook competed against representatives from South Street and Colegate, in track and field events.  All the children gave it their all, demonstrating their athletic prowess. ...

Science and Family Learning at Windy Nook

Last week, as part of our Science focus, we welcomed Kay and her team from Family Learning. They delivered three science workshops across school. The spaces were limited and the lucky few experienced a range of experiments and science fun! Take a look at the pics....

Super Science Festival

Today, was a special day in school. Our Science week culminated with workshops from Mike Fletcher, from Sunderland College. We then took our learning outside and participated in a science festival. We show cased our experiments, took part in a playground challenge an...

Confusing Concoctions in LKS2

Today, LKS2 were lucky enough to have a visit from the science team from Kepier School and took part in a potion making workshop. They learnt all about reversible and irreversible changes, the pH scale and how to make whizzes and bangs! They've had a fantastic...

Tulips go gardening at St Alban’s Church

This afternoon, a group of children from Tulips class had a fantastic afternoon at St Alban's Church, playing their part in making the garden around the church a beautiful place for the whole community to enjoy. Article 29: Your education should help you use and...

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