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Welcome to Class 4

Class Teacher: Miss Scutt

Teaching Assistants: Mrs Clarke and Miss Hunt (Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday) and Mrs Cluff (Wednesday)

We have lots of interesting and exciting things to learn this half term. Please look below to find information on the Class 4 curriculum, activities, timetable, spellings and homework.

This half term...

Our Learning Challenge question this half term is 'Why is the River Mersey so important?' and our class text is The Wind in the Willows by Kenneth Grahame. 

Homework, Spellings and Activities


Homework books are sent home on Wednesday and expected to be returned to school on each Monday. Children should complete one homework task, of their choice, from the menu each week.

There will also be activities set on My Maths and DB Primary, which the children can choose to complete to develop their skills and learning at home.


Spelling lists will be sent home every Monday and the children will be tested on the spellings from that week on the Friday. Children are expected to practice their spellings at home in preparation for the test. The spelling journal has a 'Look, Cover, Write, Check' grid for children to use when practising. Please bring your spelling journal to school everyday. You will need this for our spelling lessons. You can also use the DB Primary website to practise your spellings at home.

Physical Education

Physical Education lessons will take place on a Tuesday and Friday. On Tuesday we will be learning striking and fielding with progressive sports (outdoors) and on Friday we will be having atheletics lessons with Miss Scutt (outdoors).

Children are expected to have full P.E kit in school for both sessions and suitable outdoor clothing for any lessons which are outdoors. If the weather conditions are poor P.E will take place in the school hall. 

Indoor: white t-shirt, navy shorts, white socks, black plimsolls.

Outdoor: white t-shirt, navy jogging bottoms, school hoodie, white socks, trainers.

Reading Records

Reading books and a signed reading record should be brought into school daily. Children will earn praise points if they read every night and if their reading record is signed. 


Class Four are participating in Gospel singing this year, every Wednesday afternoon. Our wonderful teacher, Alison, is teaching us how to perform and show off our voices.

Useful Documents for Parents

Useful Links for Children

Trip to the World Museum

What a great trip! We had such a fantastic day exploring the different floors of the museum. First, we explored sea life and mini-beast creatures. After that, we explore Ancient Egypt, which was very interesting. We saw real mummies from Ancient Egypt and completed an information hunt which took us on a trip across the River Nile.

Trip to the Dewa Roman Experience

The children had a fantastic time today exploring the Romans in Chester. The day started with a Roman soldier foot patrol where we practised defending ourselves using Roman shields. After that, we watched Miss Scutt and Mrs Turner battle it out in the amphitheatre. In the afternoon, we explored the museum and looked at some Roman artifacts. The children demonstrated excellent behaviour, manners and engagment. What an enjoyable day!

Lunch Time at the Top Table

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