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Year 3 & 4


            Blyton             Cadbury            Jobs
   Mrs Talbot             Mrs Malin              Mrs  Pegley


Also within year 3/4 are:

Mrs Hemsley (TA)

Mrs Newton (TA)

Mrs Potter (TA)

Mrs Stanley (HLTA)



Autumn 1st Half Term


Geography: We are learning about the location of areas on the world map and using our map reading skills to find out more about the world we live in.


Maths: We will be learning about place value, addition, subtraction, multiplication and division facts.  

We will also be strengthening our times tables knowledge.


English: We will be reading Charlotte's Web, identifying the meanings of unfamiliar words and

re-writing parts of the story in our own words.


Science: We will be learning about animals, their bones and also their eating habits. 


Art: We will be designing and drawing characters from the Enid Blyton books.


R.E: We will be finding out about the Lord's Prayer and what it means to pray.






Our focus is...         Charlotte's Web


     written by E.B. White 


The book that we are currently reading in

Year 3/4 is:


Charlotte's Web     


What do you think will happen in this story ?


Who do you think the main characters are ?




Immersive Classroom Displays


Since the beginning of term we have been immersing ourselves in our class read.

In each classroom there is an amazing inspirational display that has been taken from this terms book      Charlotte's Web

Blyton Class Immersive Corner

Blyton Class Immersive Corner 1
Blyton Class Immersive Corner 2

Cadbury Class Immersive Corner

Cadbury Class Immersive Corner 1
Cadbury Class Immersive Corner 2
Cadbury Class Immersive Corner 3

Jobs Class Immersive Corner

Jobs Class Immersive Corner 1






Our Wonderful Classroom Book Corners








Our Current Christian Value is Friendship


We have some wonderful Friendship displays in year 3/4



(more pictures to follow)







R.E. week


We enjoyed learning about the Trinity and the importance of the Gospel in telling the stories of Jesus.


The children loved making fidget spinners, showing the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit in the Trinity.


We created a display of stained glass windows and stories from the Gospels.






In R.E. we are also learning about the Lord's Prayer and the history of the Lord's prayer.

We have researched and written some of our own versions.


(Pictures to follow)

R.E. displays in the hall

To celebrate Remembrance Day, Year 3 /4 made poppies for our corridor.

The whole school contributed to this fantastic display.




Remembrance day - Our School Corridor

Remembrance day - Our School Corridor 1

Our FANTASTIC Year 3/4 Homework projects!




Year 3/4 are expected to complete reading, spelling 

and times tables homework every week.


Reading: 5 reads every week.

Children are expected to record five reads into their reading record with an adult signature next to every read.                    


                                     READING DIARIES ARE DUE IN ON WEDNESDAYS.





At the end of Year 4, children are expected to know all their multiplication facts, up to 12 x 12.
You will be given a times table book to fill out weekly to help you learn your times tables.









Learn your list of spellings every week.

Your child will be given a list of their spellings to learn each week.

 The National Curriculum spellings expected of Year 3/4 can be found here.





Optional Homework:

Children are more than welcome to request more activities for home! 
They have the choice of...

Topic Project 

Time to get crafty!
Children will have three options
to choose from, all linked
to our current topic.




ActiveLearn Maths

Additional maths games with your abacus account can be requested from your maths teacher.










Tuesday 7th February was E-safety day and the children were reminded about why it is important, and how to stay safe online and on mobile devices. Here is the PowerPoint the children were shown:





More information about how to keep your child safe online can be seen in this leaflet below.


Helpful Links:

National Curriculum - Spellings