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Year 4's Cup Song

Enjoy the videos and music you love, upload original content, and share it all with friends, family, and the world on YouTube.

Dragon Stew by Steve Smallman

Friday 15th January 2021- Snow Day Learning

Lowercase Handwriting Formation guide and Handwriting Paper

6.1.21 Home Learning

Remote Learning


Following school closures, we have decided to make the children’s learning experience streamlined and as simplistic as possible. Therefore we will ensure that we upload content ready for Monday mornings. The Government advice is that primary schools should have approximately three hours of work per day. With this in mind, St Mary’s will concentrate on at least three areas of study per day which will vary from year group to year group and may change each week.

The work will begin from tomorrow.


To supplement your child’s learning, we will be offering CGP books at a significantly discounted price which the office will need to know by Friday the 8th January. These books have been handpicked by the teachers in order to best support the needs of the children. These are available via the school office.


Books (if you wish to buy them):

Year 4

E4W22: Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling book £3.60

E4CW21: English Comprehension £1.85

S4C22: States of Matter £1.25

EEF Daily Routine

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Spring 1- Were the Vikings really vicious?


Happy New Year to all members of Laughton class. Spring 1 will see the class delving into the history of the Vikings, toying with fractions and becoming immersed in the world of Beowulf. We will be jumping back into our French and will be going shopping. In Art, we will be getting our hands dirty with clay. Times are tough at the moment so sticking together, remaining focused and working hard will be our main focuses. I'm looking forward to getting 2021 off to a great start!


Mr. D

Lockdown Learning


If you are having to self-isolate then don't worry; there is still work to do done! 

Follow the flow of lessons from September 7th on Oak Academy via the link:

Additional English Units:

T4W Units attached below.

Purple Mash: 

Set online.

Please remember, work whilst isolating should be revision. Moreover, if you have any worries, concerns or questions then please don't hesitate to ask via phoning school or emailing me at


Many Thanks, 


Mr. D 

Laughton's Creative Homework so far!

Autumn 2: Who were the Significant Saxons?

This term will see Laughton Class travel back in time around 1500 years! We will be learning all about the Anglo-Saxons. In Maths, we will be moving onto Multiplication & Division and Discrete & Continuous Data. English will see us get to grips with the short film Alma in our writing and delving into Anglo Saxon Boy in reading. In Music we will be learning the song 'Blackbird' and exploring dance and basketball in P.E.

I hope we have a cracking term together!

Our Freedom Quilt

Y4 Creative Homework - Please find attached your homework for this half term. It's time to get creative and make something related to your topic this term. Please take a photo of your work and email it through to your class teacher. We ask that you do not bring it in after Half Term. Enjoy getting creative this Half Term!


Hello to all of our brand new year fours! Welcome to Laughton Class.

After a strange end to the year, I'm looking forward to getting back to a bit of normality and getting to know my brand new class. We'll focus on getting to know each other, covering expectations and getting familiarised with school standards once again. 

Our first topic is geography based and is called 'Deep South and all that Jazz!' It will delve into the geography of North America and it lends itself to exploring the history of the continent. Our text for this term is called Henry's Freedom Box and we will use this across a number of subjects this term including writing and guided reading. Maths will focus on place value and getting back in the mathematical swing of things!

I understand everyone's concern or worry regarding returning to school but rest assured, working together, we will help the children feel safe and loving school once again. 

If parents need to contact me, please email me via


Mr. D