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Year 3/4

Welcome to Year 3/4

In Year 3/4 we have 3 classes:
3/4 M  - Mr Williams
3/4 G   - Ms Vaughan/Mrs Nuttall
3/4 S   - Ms Galbraith 

Key Information:
Every day children will need to have in school a water bottle, a book bag (with reading book and reading record) and a named P.E. kit.

Children will be set a piece of English (Spellings and Reading) and Maths (Mathletics - based upon the topic being studied and Times Tables Rock Starts - Times Table practice) homework each week.


Our topics this term will included Stone Age and the Romans. Our topic for the first half term of summer was exploring the period of time from the Stone Age to the Iron Age. The children enjoyed this topic and learned a lot about the prehistoric part of our history. Our new topic this term is the Romans and we'll be looking at the rise and fall of this once mighty empire.

Please look at our topic webs on the curriculum section of the website for further details.

In Maths we use Key Instant Recall Facts (KIRFs) to help with children's fluency of number.
Please find below examples of the KIRFs we use in Year 3/4, alongside the KIRFs they should know from previous years. 


Please take time to read through our calculation policy. It contains lots of useful information about the maths your children are expected to know by the end of their year. 

Picture 1

This half term we have been fortunate to have Henry Chapman, professor of archaeology at Birmingham University, to talk to the children about the prehistoric age and give the children the opportunity to examine historical artefacts from this period. 


Many thanks to Mr Chapman who gave up his morning to enhance the children's knowledge of this period of time. The children had a fantastic time and asked a lot of great historical questions.



A range of neolithic artefacts.                                                                Discussing what archaeology is.


Examining the artefacts and exploring their functions.