One Halloween, Bob was walking down the cobbled stone path. It was way past dusk. But then he heard MARCH MARCH and an army of zombies stomped behind the Skeleton King with a battered sword.
He followed them into a millennium year old church with a statue made from pure bronze saying ‘Go back!’ He barely listened and crept into a creeky tunnel.
He saw a zombie and chased it with the battle pike to kill it. In the basement, the wooden pillars would not hold much longer. BOOM! CRASH!!! The roof fell down and he saw the Skeleton King. The Skeleton King consumed Bob.
‘Ha ha ha ha haaaaaa,’ croacked the Skeleton King. He was half human half skeleton.
‘Ha ha ha ha haaaaaaaaaaaa!’
To give our Year 4 children a brain break and also to make sure they’re staying healthy, we do lots of dancing in Class 4.
Here’s one of the videos we use. Practise at home and then show us how good you are at school!
One day in a small town, a girl called Lila Rose age 18 was walking home and on the way she noticed she forgot to get money out of her bank.
I was on my Police patrol driving past the bank all of a sudden I saw a young lady sitting on the floor crying I jumped out of the car and ran to the lady she had scars on her face and a knocked out tooth ! “Are you ok”I said. “He tttook mmy bbag” the lady said.
I immediately got my radio and called for an ambulance, and gave them our location, witnesses stayed with the girl until the ambulance came.
I radioed this information to my fellow offers. I immediately got in the car and went out looking for the man. I drove around the shop I could not see him I turned around I spotted him I pounced out the car got my batten and hit his leg he fell to the floor I quickly got my handcuffs out and put them on him, I arrested him I got my radio and called for backup and a van we took him to the station for questioning and later was found guilty in court A witness came forward and described the man I got my note pad and jotted down some stuff.
We returned the lady’s bag and her name was Lila rose age 18.
What type of police are there?
Direct traffic or serve in a traffic or roads policing unit enforcing rules of the road. Traffic police include officers who patrol major roads and also police who address traffic infractions on other roads.
Answer calls for service.
Directive Patrol Team
A squad of experienced officers who target specific problems/problem areas.
Officers who are trained to be the first line of response in any emergency situation.
Armed Response Officer
An armed unit within each territorial police force in the United Kingdom.
There are many different types of police dogs such as sniffer dogs, dogs that can sniff drugs and bombs, attack dogs.
PCSO (community support)
A uniformed civilian member of police support staff in England and Wales.
Air Observer Part of the Air Support Unit
Operates one of the Met’s three Eurocopter EC145 helicopters and provides 24 hour aerial assistance for vehicle pursuits, suspect searches and public order incidents.
Line Access Officer~
These highly trained officers search restricted spaces to help locate vital evidence and search for missing vulnerable people. They also carry out searches in hard to reach places to protect VIPs and the general public at major London events.
These officers are able to reach critical locations in traffic or where there are unexpected obstacles. They help to reduce the number of traffic related deaths, injuries and crimes on London’s roads. Some officers also perform special escort and diplomatic protection roles.
These are specially trained officers who deal with situations involving hazardous materials and who ensure the safety of the public.
Mounted Branch officers’ duties include high visibility patrols and the policing of events such as football matches and demonstrations. The high vantage point and versatility of mounted officers makes them valued police resource.
Volunteers, from all kinds of backgrounds, lend their skills and free time to help make London safer by working in their local borough, in areas such as Safer Neighbourhoods or assisting at the front counter.
Available around the clock for forensic examination of crime scenes, from theft to murder. Their work for Forensic Services includes finger print and DNA recovery and analysis.
Custody Nurse Practitioner
These nurses are responsible for the health and wellbeing of people in police custody, victims of crime as well as police colleagues.
Specialist Firearms Officer
These highly trained officers’ duties include armed stops and hostage rescues. The armed support provided by the Specialist Firearms Command allows the majority of London policing to be perform.
Underwater Search Officer
The trained diving team supports investigations involving crime, reports missing persons or lost property that cost lots of money.
Volunteer Police Cadet
The cadets offer young people aged 14 and over fantastic opportunities to take part in interesting, and challenging activities, to develop skills and to make a real difference to their community.
My grandad and great grandad were both police officers. My great grandad was in the mounted police.
The Green Ship By Quentin Blake
What is it about :
The story is about two kids, who find a green ship in there neighbours garden and ride round on it. But then they get stuck in a storm.
What I enjoyed:
I enjoyed that it wasn’t just a normal ship and it was very creative. Also I enjoyed that you wasn’t going to know what was going to happen.
What I disliked:
I disliked that it wasn’t very long and I wanted to know what was going to happen next.
My favourite part:
My favourite part of the story was when they climbed over the wall and looked thought the vines at the ship.
I would recommend this book to people who like Quentin Blake and people who like adventure story’s.
As part of their time setting up links with schools in the Gambia, Miss O’Neill, Mrs Marsh and Mr. Kendrick spent time in Bijilo Nursery School in Banjul. Whilst working alongside student teachers from Newman College, they arranged a walk around the local area for some of the Gambian children.
Here are some of the photos from their time in Bijilo Nursery School:-
The Year 4 letters to Africa have also been sent to the head of Bijilo Nursery School – Mr. Baboucarr Jobe. Hopefully, we’ll hear back from Mr. Jobe and his school children very soon!
Some of these photos (and some of the photos of Makumbaya Lower Basic School) show the school garden. It’s very big. Learning how to grow fruit and vegetables is very important to Gambian school children and is an important part of their school curriculum.
You can find Bijilo Nursery School in Google Earth by clicking the file below:-
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