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Also, please continue to read regularly, complete tasks from your home learning menu and practise maths skills at Top Marks and Mathsframe 

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Over the coming weeks while you are at home there are lots of things you can do to keep busy and stay up-to-speed with your learning. Twinkl are offering free access to parents a huge range of learning resources as a result of schools closing - your free access code is PARENTSTWINKLHELPS


  • Prodigy - I have set a number of assignments for the children on here at their level. I can monitor this and assign more challenges as the children complete them. Your child will be sent home with their password.
  • myminimaths offers lots of examples of arithmetic practice questions 
  • mathsframe and topmarks have many maths games that are fun to play - why not challenge a family member to a timestables challenge?!
  • Hit the Button is our class favourite...
  • nrich has a wide range of more challenging reasoning questions, puzzles and challenges for you to try



  • Pobble365 has lots of daily literacy activities and writing challenges the children will enjoy
  • We have set a number of interactive spelling and grammar activities through PurpleMash - your child will be sent home with their login details to access this. We can monitor this and set new activities as the children complete them.


 Misty Mountain Sierra 



After Easter we are due to start our new topic Misty Mountain Sierra! 

Mighty mountains peak above the morning mists, imposing and eternal, rocky outcrops at their feet. Discover how these giants are formed, as a fold or a block, a dome or a plateau. Follow the water cycle’s course from peak to valley and meet the exceptional tribes of the hostile Himalayas. Then plan a mountain expedition from the BMC that is eco-friendly and safe as can be. But beware, look out! What’s that by that tree? Its footprints are huge! Have we found the Yeti?

Click on the links below to learn more!


Wishing all of our wonderful children and families a safe isolation period. Remember not all learning is done in the classroom. Use these troubling times to spend quality time with your little ones. Make bread and teach them about measurements and capacity, bake cakes, learn to tell the time, create a birds eye view map of your garden or yard.

We will continue to update our class pages to offer new learning ideas and information.


Take care and be safe,

Mrs Potter.



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All homework will be sent home every Friday. Children need to return their homework by no later than the following Thursday.

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Year 3 
Year 4


Will be on Tuesday and Friday afternoons.

Things you need


-Reading wallet.

-PE kit.

-Reading diary.

-Reading book.

-A warm waterproof coat



Teacher: Mrs I. Potter


Our topic this term is Traders and Raiders!



We love reading in Year 3/4- we think it is Magical!
Every Monday Mrs Potter checks our reading diary and if we have read 5 times we get to move up on the clever cauldrons display. Once we have 30 reads we get a treat!Converting


Look below to see what's going on in Year 3/4!

Year 3-4 have evaluated their Viking Longboats against their own design criteria by testing them to see if they floated.

Feeling peckish? Year 3-4 have written some marvellous recipes for making Anglo-Saxon bread based on their forest school lessons.

Some problem solving and reasoning going on in Year 3/4 this morning. They are inverse masters!

Design technology super stars! Year 3-4 are using their designs to create Viking long boats that float! Check back next week to see their evaluations!

Year 3-4 had an amazing time at their stay and read this morning! Thank you to all the parents who came.

Year 3-4 had lots of fun in tennis this afternoon.

Year 3-4 entered a competition to design the Easter service card for Bolton Road and St. Stephen’s Church services.

As Lent starts tomorrow Year 3/4 had a collective worship where they reflected on what they can take on something to make a difference in God’s world #LIVELENT

Year 3-4 have been learning all about imperative verbs to help them write their Anglo-Saxon bread recipes. Today, they had to use imperative verbs to navigate their partner through an obstacle course.

Today Year 3/4 acted out King Alfred the Great's defeat of a Viking army and the signing of the Danelaw.

Today Year 3/4 were Historical master chefs! They made Anglo-Saxon their own Anglo-Saxon bread!

Year 3/4 have been conducting a historical enquiry using artefacts; they were archaeologists who had discovered artefacts that were part of a Viking ship burial. They had to decide what they told them about the Viking they belonged to.

During forest school today Year 3/4 have been grinding oats to make flour just like the Anglo-Saxons would have done. Check back next week when we will be making Anglo-Saxon bread!

Today Year 3/4 made Anglo-Saxon huts. 

Year 3/4 have been mastering the over arm and under arm throws. They had lots of fun, can you tell?

Year 3/4 have blown Mrs Potter's socks off today with their final drafts! Have they persuaded you to visit Iceland?

Year 3/4's assembly was a huge success! Thank you to all the parents who came! 

During forest school this week we used fieldwork to observe and record the human and physical features in the local area using a sketch maps and plans.

Year 3/4 are loving their dance sessions!

As part of our Traders and Raiders topic, Year 3/4 have made Anglo-Saxon Rune stones spelling their name. 

Sometimes, always, never?: When making a number 10 less you only change the 10s column.

It's sometimes and Year 3/4 can prove it!

As part of our Traders and Raiders topic, Year 3/4 have made Anglo-Saxon shields!

The week commencing Monday 20th January 2020 the children of Year 3/4 will be having a 'friendship challenge.' where if they play with someone new they get a dojo. 

Today Year 3/4 learnt that we have a responsibility to protect some habitats including our Forest school. So we did a litter pick to help remove anything that could damage the habitat.

As part of our Traders and Raiders topic, Year 3-4 have been using atlases to identify which countries in Europe the Anglo-Saxons, Vikings and Scots invaded from. 

Today during our Forest School time we explored and used classification keys to help identify and name a variety of living things in our local environment.

Watch out X Factor, Year 3/4 sounded like angels singing Candles in the Window!

We made clay creatures that live in the Great Barrier Reef!