Did you know... just registering your child for Free School Meals means that the school gets extra money? Register now to make sure we all don’t miss out

The Government is giving money to schools to help children from lower income families do their very best. This funding is called a “Pupil Premium”.

For every child registered we will be able to reduce the cost of school trips and activities. It will enable us to run some exciting projects in school and get outside groups to come in and present to your child.

Please register before Christmas to make sure your child and others in school don’t miss out.

Free school meals application form

How does it work?

First check if you qualify – it is not just if your unemployed so please look at the list below:

Income Support – Income based Job Seekers Allowance – Support under part VI of the Immigration and Asylum Act 1999 – The guarantee element of the State Pension Credit – Child Tax Credit

If you qualify please call into school for a form to complete. It is only 1 page. It does not affect your benefits at all.

If your child has a free healthy meal at lunchtimes that’s great – and the school will get the extra funding. If you don’t want them have the free meal they can carry on as normal as long as you qualify and register the school still gets the extra.





 Yoga (starts-24/09)  Monday  3.20pm - 4.20pm  Ms Morgan  
 Netball (starts-17/09)  Monday   3.20pm - 4.20pm  Miss Cramp
 Art and Craft (starts-11/09)  Tuesday   3.20pm - 4.20pm  Mrs Pointer
 Choir (starts-11/09)  Tuesday   3.20pm - 4.20pm  Mrs Keen
 Homework (starts-11/09)  Tuesday   3.20pm - 4.20pm  Mrs Revell
 Homework (starts-12/09)  Wednesday   3.20pm - 4.20pm  Mrs Arthur
 Musical Theatre (starts-20/09)  Thursday   3.20pm - 4.20pm  Ms Morgan
 Band (starts-20/09)  Thursday   3.20pm - 4.20pm  Mrs Keen
 Speed Stacking (starts-13/09)  Thursday   3.20pm - 4.20pm  TSC
 Football team (starts-14/09)  Friday   3.20pm - 4.20pm  TSC
 Grub club (starts-14/09)  Friday   3.20pm - 4.20pm Mrs Keeley




Key Text: Matilda

Literacy – Describing characters and settings

Maths – Place value and addition and subtraction

ICT – Introduction to ICT and handling laptops / iPads.

Science – Animals and humans. Healthy eating.

Geography – Our local area.

PE – Developing fundamental sport skills through Tag Rugby and Handball.

Art – Exploring line drawing and self-portraits.

DT – Making a healthy snack or dessert

RE – People of God

PSHE – New beginnings and working collaboratively



Literacy - Descriptive writing- use How to Train your Dragon by Cressida Cowell, to write descriptions of monsters and dragons. Beowulf by Michael Morpurgo- descriptive narrative poem based on Beowulf. And a newspaper report of an Anglo- Saxon invasion.
Maths- Place value- the value of digits in 2, 3 and 4 digit numbers. Comparing and ordering numbers. Mental and written methods to add and subtract 2, 3 and 4 digit numbers. Times Tables.

Science- Humans and other animals- Teeth and digestion

ICT- exploring coding

PE- Dance and swimming

Geography- Map skills- who were the Anglo Saxons? Where did they come from? Locate UK and journeys Anglo Saxons took. Place large Anglo Saxon settlements on UK map.

RE- Christianity- Creation- what do Christians learn from the Creation story?

Art/DT- Design, make, and paint Anglo Saxons houses and model village. Plan, make then evaluate. Research

History- Anglo Saxons and Scots, who were they, where did they come from?

PSHE- New beginnings- Class rules; how to foster a positive learning environment- how to manage difficult situations. Introducing mindfulness.



Literacy- Core text - Michael Morpurgo – The wreck of the Zanzibar
- Descriptive writing
- Letter writing
- Diary writing
- Narrative story creation

Maths- Place value- the value of digits in 4, 5 and 6 digit numbers. Comparing and ordering numbers. Roman numerals up to 1000. Rounding to the nearest 10,100 and 1000. Mental and written methods to add and subtract numbers.

Science- Forces in action

PE- Basketball/netball skills and dance.

ICT- Word processing

Geography- A case study of the United Kingdom

RE- GOD – What does it mean if God is loving and holy?

PSHE- New beginnings- Class rules; how to foster a positive learning environment- how to manage difficult situations. Introducing mindfulness.


Literacy- Core texts- ‘Kensuke’s Kingdom’ by Michael Morpurgo & ‘Goodnight Mr Tom’ by Michelle Magorian. We will be exploring a variety of genres such as letter writing, diary entries, narrative and poetry.

Maths- Place Value, 4 Rules of Number, Fractions & Geometry

Science- Electricity & Classification

Computing – Online Safety & Computer Coding

PE- Netball & Gymnastics

Geography- Japan. Map work relating to countries involved in WW2. Finding out about the axis and allies.

RE- Creation and Science: Conflicting or Complimentary

Art/DT- WW2 propaganda posters. Sketching of WW2 aircrafts. Designing and making an Anderson shelter and gas mask.

History- WW2: Outbreak of War, everyday life, the Blitz, the holocaust, evacuation & rationing.

PSHE- New Beginnings

PTFA dates for your diary

Upper and lower school disco - Wednesday 12th October
Bingo night - Friday 16th November
Christmas fayre - Friday 30th November
Non uniform - Bottles - Friday 16th November
Non uniform - Sweets - Wednesday 21st November
Non uniform - Cakes - Friday 30th November
Christmas jumper day - Friday 14th December
Upper and lower school disco - Friday 15th March
Mothers day - Friday 29th March
Bingo night - Friday 10th May
Fathers day - Friday 14th June
Summer fair - Saturday 29th June
Non uniform - Sweets - Friday 14th June
Non uniform - Sports - Friday 21st June
Non uniform - Cakes - Friday 28th June