Newton Road, Warrington, Cheshire, WA3 2AW
Mrs Alison Davies
Welcome to Lowton Junior and Infant School, encouraging growth at every stage of your child’s development.
Friday 23rd June
Welcome back to Year 4’s Weekly Blog!
This week has been Assessment Week in school and the children have worked extremely hard to show off all their knowledge in Maths, Reading and Spelling. Miss Myers is extremely proud of the children, as they have all done really well. They are definitely ready for Year 5, but Miss Myers isn’t just yet!
On Tuesday afternoon, we had our annual school sports day. The weather was glorious and the children did really well in the heat. Thank you to all of the parents/ carers who attended the event, the children loved you being there to watch them. The highlight of the day for Miss Myers was definitely beating Miss Green in the teacher/parent race… Miss Green is very competitive, so Miss Myers felt the need to remind her of the result for the rest of the week!
The children are working really hard practising for our end of year summer performance. The children may have already told you, but this year’s performance is Aladdin. It is always lovely to see children acting on stage…we have discovered that Oliver makes a fabulous king! Tickets will be on sale soon…
Please remember to come to our Summer Fayre this Saturday! There are lots of stalls, a raffle and BBQ amongst other things. Don’t forget to come in fancy dress and be in to win a prize at the parade at 2pm!
Have a lovely weekend everyone, see you on Monday!
Love from Miss Myers, Miss Hughes and Y4 x
Friday 23rd December
We've made it! We’ve had a very busy week, mainly doing Christmas activities.
The children sang ‘The 12 Days of Christmas’ at the Grandparents’ Afternoon Tea in the hall, and they were very professional! Well done! The audience loved it. This was followed by watching ‘Oliver!’ on DVD, as we have been using an extract from the story, in our Guided Reading sessions.
Father Christmas took time out of his busy schedule to come and visit all the children on Wednesday, at the PTFA Christmas Party. How exciting! He actually knew that Calum wanted more dinosaurs to add to his (already large) collection!
On Tuesday everyone had their Christmas dinner, prepared by our wonderful school cook! It really got us all in the festive mood. Many of the children even managed to eat their sprouts, Miss Myers on the other hand….
We hope you all have a wonderful Christmas, which is healthy and fun! All our best wishes for an amazing New Year. We look forward to seeing you bright and refreshed in January, ready for our new Spring term.
Lots of love from
Miss Myers, Mrs Owen and all of Y4 children Xx