Welcome to Robins Class
Robins class is one of two Year 4 classes, the other being Hedgehogs. We work closely together to provide a curriculum of rich learning opportunities and to prepare pupils for Upper Key Stage 2. In Lower Key Stage 2, the children are encouraged to become more independent in all areas of their learning and school life. 

On this page you will find more information about learning experiences and useful links. Please visit our class page frequently as it will be updated on a regular basis so that you are able to access information to support your child as well as being kept up to date on all the forthcoming events your child may be involved in.


In Year 4, children are expected to be reading, practising spellings and times tables at home daily, and will be given additional homework which links in with either Topic, English or Maths. If children are struggling with their homework they are encouraged to speak to myself before it is due in so that they can be supported to complete it. 


We hope you find this page informative but if there is something you feel we are missing please bring it to our attention.


Take Care

Miss Gries

  • Mrs Stephanie Felton

    Teaching Assistant

Termly Topic
PE Days & Activities
Important Dates
Romans in Britain 
(History Driver)  
Our P.E. will be taking place outdoors this half term.
Please send your child into school wearing a suitable P.E. Kit on the days they have P.E. 
Our P.E. Days are; TUESDAY and THURSDAY
Monday 28th June Roman Soldier Visit 
TUESDAY 13th July
Move Up Starts
Class Updates: 

As we prepare for move up, we would like to celebrate all of the hard work that the Robins have been completing this term! We have thoroughly enjoyed learning about the Romans in Britain and were lucky enough to be visited by a Roman Soldier who told us what life was like in the Roman Army. We also got to make our very own Roman artefacts which can be seen in our Roman Museum on our class blog. 
On Earth Day, we had a fantastic conversation in Robin's class about all of the ways we can help our planet. We all made a commitment to do or try to change something in our lives that will have a positive impact on the world. You can see some of our commitments in the pictures below!
Here are some amazing examples of poems that the children wrote for World Book Day this year with the theme of kindness. Some of the children followed the same structure for their poem that was used by A. F. Harrold and his poem that appears in The Book of Hopes. 
Here are some images of our Rainforest topic from Spring Term:) You can also check out our class blog to see some of our amazing Save the Orangutan presentations. 
Below you can download supporting documents which will help with home-learning:
The links below include another way we share our learning with the world via our class blog.  We also use core interactive and exciting programmes to support our learning, which can be logged into at home using the children's provided usernames and passwords.