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Thurstonland First School

Marsh Hall Lane, Huddersfield, West Yorkshire HD4 6XD

01484 666480

Pupil Poem

Cece was so inspired by our One Tree campaign and her awareness of the issues around climate change that she wrote this poem over the weekend:


What Did We Do To Help?


The sea levels are rising

And what did we do to help,

The icebergs are melting

And what did we do to help,

The polar bears are losing their lives

And what did we do to help

The floods are pushing people out of their homes

And what did we do to help.

The temperature is rising madly

And what did we do to help,

The forest are burning from impeccable heat

And what did we do to help,

The Rainforests are shrinking and are left with little wisps of fire

And what did we do to help,

The world is being covered in fire

And what did we do to help.

The plastic is being consumed by sea life

And what did we do to help

The cans we throw away are being caught on seal's necks

And what did we do to help,

The best fishing spots are no longer to be used since there are none

And what did we do to help

The whales population is dropping by miles

And what did we do to help.

So now it is time to help.


By Cece

Computing Workshop

We recently enjoyed a computing workshop provided by our IT Technicians Global Computing.

Robinwood Residential

Mrs McFarlane and Mrs Oldham had a wonderful 3 days at Robinwood with Years 4 and 5.

They were all absolutely brilliant and gave the best of themselves in all the activities. All the children supported and encouraged each other, co-operated excellently under some quite tense conditions (especially in the Piranha Pool, Dungeons and Night line) and we are very proud of them all.

Mrs McFarlane can honestly say, she would be happy to take the whole group away again!

Thank you Year 4/5 for being such superstars!

World Book Day 2019

Year 4/5 used the book ‘Fractions in Disguise’ to learn about simplifying fractions. The fraction 7/9 had gone missing so they had to use their ‘trusty reducer’ to strip away the disguises and find it!

In the afternoon parent volunteers came into our class to read with us - thank you!

Young Voices 2019

Year 4/5 pupils enjoyed a fantastic afternoon and evening at Sheffield Arena on Friday 11th January when they participated in the Young Voices concert.

Supported by some amazing artists (including Tony Hadley from Spandau Ballet!) the children performed brilliantly along with the thousands of other children from schools in our area.

Young Voices concerts are the biggest school choir concerts in the world and sell out venues year after year. The children love taking part and certainly have a day to remember.

Take a look at the Young Voices website for further information.

Curriculum plan

Select the link below to view the Year 4 / 5 curriculum plan.

 Year 4 and 5 Curriculum Plan for 2018 Cycle 1 Website.docxDownload
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