Year 3/4

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 Welcome to Year 3/4 


Meet our team


ClassTeacherTeaching Assistant
3/4EPMiss ParkhillMrs Atkinson
3/4NVMr VickersMrs Lee



Key information

All planners MUST be in school everyday - they are vital for communicating with you, noting when children have read in school and recording homework tasks.


Reading has been proven to improve learning, so we encourage all of our children to read on a daily basis. Please continue to support us in this by listening to your children read at home, as well reading with them and discussing their book.


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Our Class Reader

Both classes will have a dedicated class reader each half term to continue to promote a love of reading and listening to stories.



As we did last year, we will be asking that children come to school in their PE kits on days where they are scheduled to have PE. Please ensure that your child has the appropriate kit and footwear on these days. As per the school policy, this includes a white t-shirt, black tracksuit bottoms or sports leggings and trainers or pumps. Football kits, t-shirts and hoodies with logos, normal leggings and any form of crop top are not permitted. Children without PE kit or who are not wearing the appropriate kit will be asked to wear spare kit provided by school. If children wear earrings, they must be able to remove them before the lesson as we cannot cover them up with plasters or surgical tape.


Our PE days:





Please note that children should be wearing completely black shoes to school each day, as per the school uniform policy. Trainers are not permitted. If children are bringing in wellies for the forest, these must be brought in a bag as a change of footwear at lunch time.



Homework will be set each Friday and will be due in the following Friday. Each week children will have spellings to learn as well as either a reading task, a piece of math work linked to what they have been learning in school or a SPAG activity. Failure to complete homework will result in children missing their play or lunch time during school in order to complete it. 

Multiplication Check - Year 4