Class 4

Welcome to Class 4’s Page


Welcome to the page for all things Class 4, on this page you can stay up to date with all the news that relates to our class, so make sure you keep coming back to check on all the exciting things we get up to.

Class 4 Facts

  • Teacher:  Mrs King
  • Number of Pupils: 31
  • Key Stage: 2
  • Email: [email protected]


Over the last few months Seesaw has proved to be an invaluable tool in Class 4 for the children to showcase their home learning. We are using this fabulous online tool to document some of the learning the children do in school too, as it allows the children to get creative, practise their computing skills and allows us to share their amazing work, and special photo and video moments with parents and guardians.

Of course, not every piece of work will be detailed on this journal, but it should help to open the dialogue with your children and give you a peek at their week! I encourage you to comment and like their work too! If the children choose to complete the home learning activities, you can use the Class App to upload their work, send in photos or videos etc to add to their learning journey too.

Below, I have attached important information that you might find useful as a parent/guardian about the journal. It is important to note that you will only be able to access the work/images of your child. I would also like to emphasize that the photographs may contain other children that they have worked with and you must therefore respect the privacy of other individuals by not sharing such images online.

First Week Back

Class 4 have had a fabulous first week back and have settled into their new routines exceptionally well. I am very proud of them!

We have started our ‘Here We Are’ unit and went outside to help us think about why school and other places are so amazing and so special to us. Then, we wrote poems about these for our display. In Maths, we have been exploring place value and we went outside on the playground with chalk and dice to see who can create the largest numbers up to ten million. Then, in our Computing work, we practised using tinkering to create codes for our ‘ Here We Are’ scratch animations.

Return to School

As the start of a new year approaches, I am very excited to welcome my new class back to school!

We will begin our year with a short topic entitled ‘Here We Are’ to help the children settle back into class and all of their new routines. Below is a map of what the next couple of weeks will look like before we start our main Autumn Term units.

Should you have any questions, or you feel apprehensive about your child’s return to school, do not hesitate to email me at [email protected]

Learning This Term

Below you will find an overview of all our learning this Autumn term following our transition topic! I have also included our spellings for the first half term and our home learning rubric. These, of course, are NOT compulsory, as the children will be covering much of these in class. They are there should you want to continue your home learning.


Following the success of Seesaw over the last several months, I have decided to continue to use this this term and will hopefully have this setup and running for the children within the next couple of weeks so that they can submit what they’ve been up to at home and homework online. This should hopefully give the children more freedom and help us to be more eco-friendly too! I will, of course, email out details about how to sign up to the app when the children have settled back in.

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