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Class 9 (Y4)

Welcome to Class 9! page will provide you with all the essential information you will need to support your child throughout the year.


You can keep up to date with the exciting things we have been learning about on our class blog.


If you have any question or queries  then please do not hesitate to email me at


Miss French smiley




Other adults working in Class 9:

Mrs Bytheway

Miss Brown 

Mrs Short (PPA Cover - Tuesday PM)

Mr Thomasson (PE)



In Class 9, PE lessons take place on Wednesday & Thursday every week. Please ensure that your child's comes to school in their PE kit (including trainers) on these days. PE is being taught outside (no matter the weather) so children will need black jogging pants and a waterproof coat in addition to their usual PE kit. 



Children are expected to read daily at home. Children will be issued with reading books along with a reading record and these must be brought into school every day. Books will be changed on a Monday, Wednesday & Friday. Please ensure that when your child reads at home that you sign their reading record to let their teacher know. If a child's reading record is signed at least 3 times a week they will receive a treat in class.



Homework this year will be set online via Microsoft Teams for Education. Tasks will be set every Friday and will need to be handed in by Wednesday. To access Microsoft Teams, please visit and sign in, then press the 'Teams' button. 


At the end of each half-term, children will be given a pre-learning task in order to prepare them for the next half-term's topic. This must be completed and handed back in on the first day back after the holidays.



Class 9's weekly spelling test is on a Friday. A new list of spellings to practice will be given to take home every week and will also be uploaded to Microsoft Teams. 


What we are learning

Spring Term:

English: Street Child (Berlie Doherty) & Erik the Viking (Terry Jones)

Maths: Multiplication, Division & Fractions

Computing: Online Safety & Spreadsheets

History: Anglo Saxons and Vikings

Geography: Europe, Climate Zones and The Local Area

Science: Living in Environments & States of Matter

RE: Why do some people consider life a journey?


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