14 Jan 2022
Our first week back
06 Jan 2022
Welcome back.
04 Jan 2022
Merry Christmas from Class 4!
17 Dec 2021
More stories!
15 Dec 2021
Our stories
15 Dec 2021
Christmas jumper day in Class 4
10 Dec 2021
Our Islam workshop
09 Dec 2021
A bit of a mixture!
03 Dec 2021
Compasses, maps and our local area
26 Nov 2021
Class 4 Parents Evening
22 Nov 2021
Children in Need in Class 4
19 Nov 2021
Living things and their habitats
18 Nov 2021
Dear Diary
12 Nov 2021
Our Science launch day
04 Nov 2021
Biographies of Henry VIII
22 Oct 2021
What do we believe?
21 Oct 2021
The Terrific Tudors!
14 Oct 2021
Class 4's week
07 Oct 2021
Our Terrific Tudor day
29 Sep 2021
23 Sep 2021
Tudor Day - 28th September
20 Sep 2021
Lots of beginnings...
17 Sep 2021
Year 6 - Deadline for applying for a Secondary School place
14 Sep 2021
The first week in Class 4.
09 Sep 2021
Welcome back!
05 Sep 2021




A bit of a mixture!

03 Dec 2021

 Although we are rapidly heading towards Christmas, we are still working hard and learning lots in all of our subjects. The children's attitudes towards their learning are faultless, and I remain very proud of them. 

We love reading in Class 4, and we have recently finished our class text, 'My friend Walter'. We enjoyed reading this in Guided Reading lessons as well as in class, and the children really enjoyed doing an AR quiz on it to test their knowledge. Along with the books we share together, the children are individually devouring books at a very quick rate. They are working towards their AR targets quickly, and in actual fact, lots of them have already met it with two weeks to spare. 

Here are a few of the books we have read recently... 

Maths is a subject that isn't as easy to share with you, but rest assured that the children are working hard at it. We have just mastered long division and have now moved on to fractions.


We are enjoying our current RE unit, which is called 'Creation and Science: conflicting or complementary?' It has been such an interesting unit to investigate. After the first few lessons, we were sure they were conflicting, but then after the last couple of lessons, we have moved towards thinking they are actually complementary. 

This week, we looked at the viewpoints of scientists who are Christians. This opened our eyes to completely different ideas on Genesis 1 and ways to interpret it. The children completed an activity which included placing statements on a continuum between 'all Christians believe' and 'no Christians believe.'  

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