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'In every child there is a space that only God can fill' St Thomas Aquinas

We are a Catholic Primary and Nursery School, part of Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Multi-Academy Trust

Year 3/4J

Welcome to the Year 3/4J class page.

Miss Jezioro is our class teacher. 

Mrs Allen and Mrs Lowther are our Year 3/4 teaching assistants. 


On this page, you can find lots of information about Year Three and Year Four, as well as keeping up to date with all of the exciting things that we get up to throughout the school year.

Please follow our class page on Twitter, where you will see tweets and pictures about all the exciting things your children will be doing this year:


This year, we will be using class dojo to award 'dojo/house points' and communicate with parents/carers. Please do not hesitate to message me on class dojo, speak to me at school or contact the school office if you have any questions or queries.



Throughout the Pentecost term our focus will be Universal Church - our world and our locality.


In English this term the children will be investigating a range of different text types, including The Abomianbles, Mountains of the World, Charlotte's Web and Open Wide Tooth School Inside. Within each unit the children will study a variety of different skills. Each unit will end with an opportunity to produce a piece of independent extended writing. There will also be specific grammar sessions and Active English sessions in order to develop and practise the children’s understanding of the structure of the English language. Separate to the English lessons, the children will also be taught through whole class modelled reading sessions. Our spelling objectives will be met through the teaching of the RWI Get Spelling Programme in Key Stage 2. 


This term's Maths units will cover Fractions, Decimals, Money, Time and Geometry. Children will be given the chance to explore ‘real-life’ problem solving and develop their mathematical reasoning skills throughout their work. We will continue to develop our mental arithmetic strategies including using times tables up to 12x12.  Each week during our Maths lessons, children will have the opportunity to work on specific objectives on IXL and practise their times tables using TT Rockstars.


 In Come & See we will be following the topics; New Life, Building Bridges and God's People. During these topics, children will have the opportunity to explore Bible Scriptures and make links between these and their own lives as well as giving reasons for their actions and the actions of Christians in our community.  We will also learn about Hinduism and will complete the Journey in Love programme.

Children will continue to have the opportunity to prepare class liturgies and our class will prepare this term's Word of the Week films on Nature and Honesty.

In Geography we will learn about the main mountain ranges in the world and find out about the climate in mountainous regions.  In Scienc we will be investigating the questions 'Can all animals live in the mountains?', 'Do food chains affect habitats?' and 'What is the best drink to maintain healthy teeth and gums?'. In Design and Technology we will be designing, making and evaluating a bug hotel and this term’s Art focus is on printing. In French we will learn about playground games, in Music we will focus on composing and in Computing we will revisit e-safety. 


PE for our class will be on Tusedays and Thursdays and children should continue to come to school wearing their PE kit on those days.  This term's lessons will cover Cricket, Outdoor & Adventurous Activities, Athletics and Rounders.

Our Routines


Homework:  Each week we will set up to three pieces of homework.  This will consist of spellings to learn for a test on Mondays, a grammar exercise, maths and from time to time work linked to other subjects such as Come and See or Geography.   Homework will be set on a Tuesday and should be completed by the following Monday.  This year, we will be setting homework using Class Dojo and we would encourage you to return the homework by uploading a document or photograph of the completed work to your child's portfolio.  If you require any support with this, please do get in touch. 


Reading: Regular reading is an incredibly important skill.  Please do encourage your child to read at home as much as possible and support them by talking about the text and asking questions to check that they have understood what they have read.  I have a passion for reading and can recommend lots of wonderful children's books. Please sign or initial their reading diary to show when this has been done. This can be signatures for both their school reading book and a 'free reader' chosen from either our class library or home. I will be checking reading diaries on a Friday and would expect at least three signatures from an adult over the course of a week. If your child is struggling with this, then please let us know. In Y3/4J, reading books will be changed on a Friday. If you require any support with encouraging your child to read at home, please do speak to me.


Times tables:  Please support your child to learn and practise their times tables at home.  This will help them in all areas of their maths work.  All children have access to the Times Tables Rockstar online platform whcih is a great way to practise and develop speed and confidence when recalling times tables facts.


PE:  Our PE lessons this term will be on a Monday (indoor) and a Thursday (outdoor).  On these days, your child should come to school wearing their PE kit rather than their school uniform.  It is expected that your child will have the appropriate indoor and outdoor PE kit for these days in order to access the sessions appropriately.  The correct PE kit consists of; a white T-shirt, red shorts and plimsolls/trainers.   A tracksuit can also be worn, especially when the weather is colder. Please ensure that earrings are not worn on PE days.