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Year Three/Four

Welcome to Year 3-4!

Meet the Staff


Mrs Catalano - Class Teacher

Mrs Harvey-Oates - Teaching Assistant



Our Class Saint





St William of Perth




Practically most that is known of William comes from the Nova Legenda Anglie, and that is little. He was born in Perth, at that time one of the principal towns of Scotland. In youth, he had been somewhat wild, but on reaching manhood, he devoted himself wholly to the service of God. A baker by trade (some sources say he was a fisherman), he was accustomed to setting aside every tenth loaf for the poor.


He went to Mass daily, early one morning he was walking to his bakery as he passed St John’s Church he saw a wicker basket lying in the doorway.  Upon inspection, he saw that the basket contained a sleeping baby. William gently picked up this basket and took it to the warmth of his bakery. As he worked, he thought about this baby, it was clearly abandoned, he then decided as he had no children and was financially secure he could bring this child up as if it were his own. 


William was canonised by Pope Alexander IV in 1256 and became St William of Perth, he is the patron saint of adopted children. 


Feast Day - Sunday 23rd May. We will celebrate this in school on Monday 24th May.

Class Text



  • Write recounts based on Cat Tales features to include- Written in chronological order (in the order that events happened).
  • Written in the first person (diaries and letters).
  • Written in the past tense.
  • Use time connectives (words that join phrases or sentences together to help us understand when something is happening.
  • Explanation texts- Written in the present tense, in formal language.
  • Text arranged into numbered points.
  • Sub-headings to separate sections of text.
  • Time connectives, such as: first, then, next, later, finally.




  • Know that human beings can make wrong choices.
  • Recall some of the things Jesus said about forgiveness.
  • Christ’s forgiveness is celebrated in Reconciliation.
  • know some teaching of Jesus

about the forgiveness of sin when wrong choices have been made.

  • understand that the Sacrament of Reconciliation is the Church’s celebration of God’s forgiveness of sin.


Choices, sin, reconciliation, forgiveness,

change, penance, absolution, act of contrition, parable, Prodigal Son, Zacchaeus.




  • Daily Maths and Literacy set each day
  • Two pieces of homework (Maths or English plus one foundation subject) will be handed out on a Thursday and should be completed and handed in on the following Monday.
  • Spellings and Times tables are tested on a Friday




  • In the garden try to run over a long distance
  • Sprint over a short distance
  • Throw in different ways
  • Hit a target
  • Jump in different ways
  • Use your maths skills by timing yourself and try to improve it each time!!

Year 3/4 P.E. at Home

For more information on what we will be looking at across the curriculum in Summer 2 please see the information sheet below.


Our Creative Day theme this year was Ancient Eygpt!

We`ve all had a lot of fun learning about the digestive system in our science lessons!

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