Class 4

Welcome to Class 4

Updated 19th January

Class 4 is solely made up of Year 6 children this year. There are 7 boys and 9 girls. 

Mr Brough is our class teacher when he's not on headteacher duty. He teaches the class every morning and a couple of afternoon each week. Other lessons are led by Mrs Littlar and Mrs Capleton. Mr Bennett teaches a music lesson each Wednesday morning and Mr Croton takes PE on Friday afternoon.


 Week beginning 18th January 2021

The child’s class teacher will email parents each day (it will actually be the evening before) with a list of activities to complete during the following day. The school is setting approximately 3 hours of activities each day; parents and children can then choose how best to organise the day ahead. Please acknowledge receipt of emails. Parents can let us know of anything they’ve found tricky that we may need to cover again. It would be helpful if certain task are photographed and emailed back so we can see how they’re getting on.

Children learn and work at different rates so you may find your child sometimes completes a task very quickly. If they are taking much longer than the time indicated for the session, please don’t feel they have to complete it.

This is the time table for beginning 18th January


The pages on the pdf are from the PowerPoint slides that we will be using with the children of critical workers who are attending school so that you have the same input at home as those children in school. If your child is attending school, please make sure they bring their home learning packs with them.

Read our Autumn term Class letter here

Over the summer holidays our classroom has been given a face lift. It has had a new ceiling with state-of-the-art LED lighting, a new door and a fresh coat of paint on the walls. I hope you like the colours. 

You can see photographs of the decoration work on the events pages.


In the event of a child needing to self-isolate, we would ask them to complete the following learning at home every day if they are well. Please also use the useful links to explore other home learning options.

Reading (20 mins daily) = Reading aloud and sharing books together will help your reading improve. Please use your school home reading books or your own books to read every day 

Spelling (10 mins daily) = Spelling shed assignments refresh weekly and are linked to the homework pack spelling sheets.  

Writing (20 mins daily) = Practising writing is important. You can practise your handwriting by copying out writing from a book. You could do some news writing, create a story, write a poem or write some instructions. Please write every day.

Grammar and punctuation (Year 3, 10 mins daily) = Use the CGP books sent home in the Summer term to practice skills.

Maths Number Facts (20 mins daily) = You can use Number gym and Maths shed for number facts practice as well as completing the homework pack KIRFs sheets. Year 4 & 5 can also use the CGP books sent home in the Summer term to practice skills.

Please let me know if the CGP books are complete - I can get you the next one to start!

Our other home learning links can be found here.