St Patrick's Church of England School

St Patrick'sChurch of England School

Learning Together, Growing Together, Supporting Each Other

Class 3

Welcome to Class 3


Year four parents, here you will find useful information, pictures of children and their work. At the top of this page, there are useful links for supporting home learning.


Class 3 Curriculum Planning for 2022-2023 Summer Term



Useful Websites

Sports Champion

Jaydon Paddock, a national gymnast, visited St Patrick's to discuss his sporting career. He showed the children a series of exercises that he uses as part of a warm up routine. 

Geography talk

We were fortunate enough to have a visitor, Peter, discuss his experience of living in Kenya. The children thoroughly enjoyed learning about the culture in Kenya. 

Science presentations

Class 3 researched and then created a slideshow presentation on various endangered animals. They explored the different causes that could lead to an endangered species such as global warming, oil spills and urbanisation. They did a fantastic job of conveying the struggles animals face in our modern world. 


Times Tables Rock stars Day

Class 3 thoroughly enjoyed times tables rock stars day. It is a fantastic program that helps children learn their times tables homework in a fun and exciting way. Today, they took part in a battle of the bands!


Scientific investigation 

The children conducted an investigation to determine the preferred niche habitats of minibeasts. They worked on their scientific skills including: making predictions, creating a fair test and discussing possible human errors that could be made. 



Harvest Festival 

Year 4 confidently delivered their acrostic poem for the Harvest Festival. 




Viking Workshop

The Imagining History team delivered a fantastic, drama - led workshop to support children's knowledge of Vikings and Anglo-Saxons.  



Arnside and Levens Hall Geography trip

The children walked up Arnside Knott to have a vantage point of River Kent's estuary. They recreated the journey of the river using natural resource found at the top of Arnside Knott.  In the afternoon, the children conducted a study of a meander and saw examples of erosion and deposition.