Welcome to Class 4
Mr. Stainton and Mr Gaye welcome you all to Class 4. This is the final stage of your child’s journey through primary as they prepare for the transition to secondary school and beyond. A big part of the focus over the course of the two years spent in class 4 is working towards the SATS. Our program encourages the child to challenge themselves with this goal in mind. Although this is a big part of Class 4 it is not the whole and every effort is made to provide a broad and exciting curriculum (See our curriculum chart below).
Here you will find helpful information concerning the curriculum that will be taught, homework and other useful information.
Homework is given out each Friday. This normally involves a grammar or punctuation task (via Google Classroom), spellings to practice and a maths task. The maths task is given via MyMaths and your child will have been given access to it which can be completed online. We ask that their homework be complete by the following Wednesday.
P.E. occurs regularly on Thursday afternoon. We ask that children come to school in their PE kit.
Useful links for Class 4
Online Library for lots of reading opportunities.
Staffordshire Library not only offer books from traditional libraries but they now offer online services including eBooks, audiobooks and comics. This is a free resources that only requires you to join then use your membership number and pin to log into various app(see below).
You can then download from apps like Borrowbox and Libby which are available on apple store and the Google play store. Enjoy
Oak National Academy - https://www.thenational.academy
This is a website developed by the Department of Education to aid children's learning during the lockdown. It offers daily scheduled lessons with video, slides and worksheets if necessary across English, Maths and Foundation subjects. It can be used as the main source of learning materials or as a supplementary tool.
BBC Bitesize - https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize
The Bitesize website has also developed 3 lessons a day with interactive resources that are colourful and use the BBC catalogue of talent to make it entertaining. This is a real step-up from their previous resources and can be used as an alternative or supplementary resource for learning in conjunction with other resources.
This website not only has tasks set by the teacher but also children can practice any math topic they wish. Lessons are also accessible which are great to help if you get stuck.
English Revision - There are lots of links to different areas of English to be found on BBC bitesize: English, click here.
Maths Revision - There are also lots of links to different areas of Maths to be found on BBC bitesize: Maths, click here.