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Dunclug Primary School, Ballymena

Primary 4/5

Welcome to our Year 4/5 page. We hope you enjoy seeing what we get up to over the next term!


Welcome back year 4/5


Welcome to our year 4/5 class with our assistants Miss McKendry and Miss O'Kane.




P.E. day for P4/5 is on a Monday and Wednesday so make sure to bring your P.E. kit on these days. 


Class Charter

  • We will be helpful and kind to our classmates.
  • We will tidy up after ourselves to keep the classroom tidy.
  • We will think before we speak so no one’s feelings get hurt.
  • We will try our best in all of our work.
  • Only one person should speak at a time.
  • We will be good listeners to help everyone learn well.
  • We will show our best behaviour.
  • We will work quietly when completing independent work.
  • We will follow the teacher’s instructions.
  • We will respect all other pupils and adults in the school.


1st Jul 2022
Excitement levels = Huge thanks to Mutleys Inflatables Bouncy Castle Hire and Jim's...
11th Feb 2022
Congratulations to our Home Reading winners for this term!!
9th Feb 2022
Today we celebrated Internet Safety Day - this year the focus topic is ‘All...
13th Dec 2021
Earlier this term, our P6 and P7 pupils took part in an online Business in the...

Coaching for Christ Festival


Recycling workshop


Numeracy in the sunshine


Rainforest dioramas


Year 4/5 practising their times tables out in the sunshine. ☀️


Year 4/5 using their modelling skills to create a clay ‘red eyed tree frog' as part of their rainforest topic


Making 3D shapes and discussing their properties


World Book Day in Year 4/5


Perimeter - Last week we got outside to take part in some practical perimeter in the playground working in pairs.


This week a suitcase arrived in our classroom, we came up with some questions about who the suitcase belonged to. We discovered it belonged to Sunny the meerkat from 'Meerkat Mail'. We then practised using apsotrophes for possession to show what items b


Chest, Heart and Stroke one mile run


Henri Rousseau ‘Tiger in a Tropical Rainforest'


‘The Dot'

This week in Year 4/5 we have been reading the story ‘The Dot’ and creating our own artistic dots. After having read the story we had some class discussions about having the self confidence to believe in ourselves and encouraging others to do so also. In this scenario, all we have to do is to ‘make a mark’ and we will become artists. We also discussed the fact that if we are ever finding something difficult we need to just give it a go and try our best, keep working hard or ask for help. As we like to say in Year 4/5, we may not have got it …YET, but if we keep going we will be able to do it one day. Keep believing in ourselves


Watercolour paintings of the River Nile


SU light party - what a great time!

Year 4/5 had a fantastic time in the SU light party.


Pedestrian safety walk


Preparing for our Christmas parade making lanterns


Year 4 and 5 Pharaohs


Celebrating National Poetry Day


Making champ


European Day of Languages


Coaching for Christ


Ancient Egypt Artwork


Mummification process


Our pharaoh crowns


The Boy, the Mole, the Fox and the Horse


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