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Dear Parents/Guardians,


This message is to inform you about remote learning from home on Monday 6th December as the school will be closed. You will be able to find remote learning resources on our KS2 (year 3/4) Remote learning page which is located on the school web page in the class pages section. Please see attached link below:

Most of the work set can be completed on the Century App. However if your child is unable to access this learning tool then there are worksheets to complete on this page as an alternative. Please send any pictures of completed pupil's work to your class email address.


Kind regards


Mrs Archer

Welcome to Class 8. 

Class teacher: Mrs Archer

Class Teaching Assistant : Miss Baines


Please read the welcome letter below for further information.

During the first week we will be giving children reading books to take home. We would also ask that you read the pupil and parent school agreement which will be in the front of the children's reading diary and sign and date it.


Kind regards 

Mrs Archer


Class 8 Timetable

Isolation information letter

Information regarding COVID-19




If this happens, I will email you a letter containing information about what to do whilst at home. There will be work set for you to complete at home, if you are well enough. The work can be accessed via the files section on MS Teams, the same platform we used during lockdown. You need to email your work to me/bring it in on your return. There will be work only, no live lessons. 


If you have any questions/need to send me work, please email me using the address: I will try and answers emails within two working days.

Our ‘Golden Rules’

At St. George’s we expect all children to be well behaved and ready to learn. Remember that each new term is a fresh start. Here is a reminder of our school rules so that you know what we expect from you.

  • Treat other people how you would like to be treated.
  • Keep your hands, feet and objects to yourself.
  • Always do as you are told straight away.
  • Play your part in keeping our school clean and tidy.
  • If you have nothing nice to say – say nothing at all.
  • Respect other people and their property.
  • Walk around school quietly, on the left and in single file.


Homework is given out on a Monday and will be handed in on a Friday.

Sometimes we will revisit knowledge and skills and assignments may be set on Century (login details in back of reading diary)


Ways to support your child at home:


Please find below links to useful documents that can offer some guidance as to how you can support your child at home. They will also give you an understanding of what a year 3/4 child is expected to know by the end of the year.

You can also find websites that they can go on to, to support their learning and to support your understanding of the year 3/4 curriculum. Also, you can visit the curriculum pages on the website for more information.  

Please complete TT rockstars and My Book Blog weekly. You will find the links below:


It has recently been brought to my attention that some pupils 

have been unable to login with their username and password but there is no error coming up just the page refreshes and asks for the username and password again, they need to type in the following website and try logging in again and it should work.


Website they need to type in to the address bar :


List of My Book Blog Books you could read at home

Knowledge Organisers.


Please support your child to learn the information on these organisers over the year.

Listen to Stories Online!


You can now listen to authors reading their own books via Youtube. How exciting! Simply click on the link below and follow the instructions on the web page. 

Spellings to practice this term 5 mins daily

Busy Things- online learning platform

Please find below links to useful websites if you require any extension activities or extra work:
Science revisits

Physical Education

Please find below a list of free websites to support with mindfulness and keeping active






We've been learning lots in our topics and we've condensed the learning into single pages called knowledge webs.  Why not try and learn the key information on the pages as a family.  You could even make up little quizzes to test each other around the tea table!