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Welcome to 4/5T class page!




This page will be filled with useful information about the class and the topics that we cover this year.


Our first half term has been fantastic and we have learnt so much about the Romans, place value in maths and we are thoroughly enjoying our class book, 'Varjak Paw'.


Our next theme for this year is "Location, Location, Location". We will be looking at geography with a focus on rivers and how they impacted life across the ages.

Our focus book this term is still 'Varjak Paw' which is about a very adventurous cat.  Do you have an adventurous cat?  Bring in a small photo so that we can add it to our cat board. 

In maths, we will be looking at multiplication and division.  If you would like extra work for your child in any subject, please let me know and I can provide that.

We are also introducing Spanish this year and our focus this term will be on numbers and describing people. Muy bien!


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It is set to be a fun filled half-term, packed with creative and inspiring lessons and activities.


We hope to create a positive learning environment where all children feel happy and ready to learn. We will be practising some mindfulness with a focus on calm and kindness.  If you have any questions about your child's learning or progress,

you can catch me 15 minutes before and after the school day.


Class Information

We are so lucky to have Mr Smeaton working with our class every morning this year and providing children with intervention support when necessary. Miss Houldridge will take the class every Tuesday afternoon and Thursday morning.  We also have Mrs Lothian supporting us this year :)

PE will be on a Friday this year.  The second half term of PE will consist of football and gymnastics. Please can you make sure your child has their indoor and outdoor PE kit every week no matter what the weather is as we could still be outside when it is cold.


Many thanks in advance for your support - here's to a great year :)


Autumn Newsletter 4/5T