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Welcome to Swallows Class! 

Swallows Class are our Year 3 and 4 children.

Mrs Robinson is the class teacher on a Monday and Tuesday and Mrs Hopkin is the class teacher on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday.  

We are supported by our wonderful Teaching Assistants Mrs Moss and Mrs Worsfold.


We are Swallows Class and we soar high together!

Spring Term 2024

History - Anglo-Saxons.  As always, the children are full of enthusiasm for our History topic.  So far we have learnt about where they came from and migration, how they lived in settlements and key historical figures such as Alfred the Great.  Last week, the children also enjoyed making some Anglo-Saxon shields and weaving.

English - 'Frindleswylde' - a story about a cold-hearted imp has been our text for writing.  Keep watch for the sequel 'Frindleswylde Returns' which we are writing soon.

Art - we have been exploring colour, including primary and secondary colours and tone.  This week we looked at warm and cold colours and how colour can show emotion.

RE - Swallows have explored how Christians use artwork to help them to understand the meaning behind the Trinity.  The children had a relaxing lesson painting their own interpretations and were really pleased with the outcomes.

Science - We have been looking at States of Matter and investigating solids, liquids and gases.

Host Country

We have some exciting countries that we will learn about this year!

Autumn Term- Thailand

Spring Term- Norway

Summer Term- The Gambia 



Reading for Pleasure


We love reading in Swallows Class! Whether we're reading in our reading corner,  exploring books in our cosy library or sharing our class text during story time, we are always enjoying a good book. 


Not sure which book to read next at home? Try using this book tube map to choose your next reading adventure!

Times Tables


By the end of Year 4, our children are expected to recall all times table facts up to 12 x 12.

Each week, we focus on one or two times table facts to learn. These are at the top of the weekly math home learning so they can be learnt at home too.

Below are some useful websites to help learn times table facts in fun ways.