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Class 9's Homepage

ear 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


Mr Holmes

Who is teaching in Class 9?

Hi everybody! Welcome to Class 9's homepage.  Here you'll find all the information you need to help you with your learning this year in Class 9.


First of all, have a read at the Welcome to Class 9 letter here below...

Our Curriculum Plan 2021-22

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.

Learning Resources

Look below for different resources to help you with home learning...

Knowledge Organisers

We've been learning lots in our topics and we've condensed the learning into single pages.  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!


Reading can be a wonderful shared experience.  It's useful to make a routine with your child so that you can share reading five times each week.  Setting a regular time can be helpful.  Find a comfortable place where you can share the book, preferably away from other distractions.  It's better to have 10 minutes of quiet, uninterrupted reading together than half an hour in a room full of hustle and bustle.  Try and ask your child questions about the story - there are some examples of questions you can ask on the document below. Make sure your child is completing any work they need to do on My Book Blog (login details below). And remember - please sign to say you have read with your child and make a positive comment about how they have done.

My Book Blog

Remember, I'll be looking this week to see who has been completing their work on My Book Blog.  Make sure that you blog about the books you read.  


If you have finished your book, go to where you can sign up and listen to stories.  If you search for My Book Blog books, you may find one the that you want which will still allow you to use My Book Blog.

Below is the link for Big Maths.  Here you can complete your CLIC test and Learn Its test each week.  

The School Code: 0029

Username: Firstname.Lastname     (this is YOUR first and last name, obvs!)

Password: Abc123


How to access Busy Things from home

By the end of Year 4, we should confidently know ALL of our times tables - up to 12!!!


Do you know all of your times tables?

How about trying out these online games to help?


Don't forget to try TTRockstars too and see if you can speed up your time and achieve Headliner status (or better!) 


Can you reach the leaderboard?



Home Learning information

Hi Class 9,


If you have to isolate due to the current coronavirus requirements, you'll still need to do some work (unless, of course, you are poorly).


Please head over to our Class 9 Teams page. You'll find work in there for Maths, English and Reading and some other subjects for you to complete.  You can also spend time on TT Rockstars, on Century (following your learning pathways), My Book Blog and Big Maths - make sure you do a CLIC, Learn-its and SAFE test each week.  You can always email your work each day to me so I can have a look and make a comment.


Take care, 



Mr Holmes


More Useful Weblinks

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.