Primary 4/3

Class Teacher: Mrs Kellett

Welcome to the P4/3 class page.  What a fabulous start to the new term we all have had!  We have all settled in and are looking forward to the fantastic year we have ahead!

We have all been working hard to make our classroom a lovely place to learn.  We  have taken time to discuss what we want out of this year to make it the best we possibly can.  Everyone contributed to our Class Charter which will be there for us all year to ensure we value, respect and work together as a team always striving for our best.

Our Pupil Group is DIGITAL LEADERS which we are all very excited about.  We have lots of ideas and plans to lead through the school this year.  Watch out for what we get up to!

Now we have settled into the routines of P4/3 we will be working hard using lots of different resources where our learning will be active and challenging.  We have already enjoyed out first Talk For Writing project on the book ‘Somebody Swallowed Stanley’.  We all did some fantastic writing linked with this have already made progress with our skills.

Our topic this term is ‘The Oceans’ and so far we have loved learning all about the different layers and creatures we find there.  We have been set a Talk to do on our own chosen layer.  This will be great for us all to inform and learn from each other.  Mrs Kellett is particularly excited about this!

This term we have 2 indoor P.E. days which are Tuesdays and Fridays.  We also have Outdoor Learning on a Wednesday.  For the next few weeks we will be using our P.E. times to go for walks in the ‘Beat the Street’ challenge!


All homework can now be accessed via Seesaw. Use your child’s Home Learning Code to view activities they need to complete.

A homework overview will be issued every week on Seesaw – this will be pinned at the top pf your child’s journal.  This includes a core piece of numeracy and reading homework expectation for each week

Thank you for your support with homework.


As your child progresses with their reading you may wish to try some of the strategies to make reading even more fun and interesting.

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