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Elephant Class

Year 4 
Ellie Chambers – Teacher, Joanne Dodds – Teaching Assistant

4 days ago

Denbigh Community Primary School

Year 4 had a fun morning in maths playing ‘Capture the Island - perimeter challenge’. The aim of the game was to plot coordinates to make shapes and calculate the perimeter of each shape. The person with the most land captured at the end of the game wins. #dcpsmaths #dcpsgiraffes #dcpselephants ... See MoreSee Less

Listen to our clapping warm up! #dcpselephants #dcpsmusic ... See MoreSee Less

5 days ago

Denbigh Community Primary School

The elephants having a fantastic music session with Mr Brown learning how to turn ‘Achey Breaky Heart’ into a samba song! #dcpselephants #dcpsmusic ... See MoreSee Less

The elephants having a fantastic music session with Mr Brown learning how to turn ‘Achey Breaky Heart’ into a samba song! #dcpselephants #dcpsmusicImage attachmentImage attachment

7 days ago

Denbigh Community Primary School

Year 4 having an energetic time this morning with our athlete, David Guest. We loved all of the exercises and gave it 100% effort! #dcpsPE #dcpselephants #dcpsgiraffes ... See MoreSee Less

7 days ago

Denbigh Community Primary School

Year 4 Elephants making prototypes of their inventions. We’ve got some inventors in the making! #dcpsSTEM #dcpselephants ... See MoreSee Less

2 weeks ago

Denbigh Community Primary School

Year 4 Elephants working hard to build a reinforced structure using newspaper and tape! Do you think their structures can hold the weight of a dictionary? They’re having so much fun exploring British Inventions for DT this week. #dcpselephants #dcpsSTEM ... See MoreSee Less

2 weeks ago

Denbigh Community Primary School

It’s National Mental Health week this week. Year 4 spent time discussing what mental health is and how it is just as important to look after our minds as it is our bodies. They produced some great, thought provoking posters. Well done Year 4. #dcpsgiraffes #dcpselephants #dcpsPSHE ... See MoreSee Less

 

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I think it's good they are. Everyone has mental health, just some are better than others. It's good they will grow up learning its nothing to be ashamed of and not to be discriminated against. These young people are gonna learn to breakdown the stigma that is attatched to it. All good

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