St Saviour C of E Primary School, Fold Rd, Radcliffe, Manchester M26 1EU


St Saviour C of E Primary School

Striving for excellence whilst caring for all

It’s time for another fantastic term for Class Four! Well done on your great Advent and Christmas performances in the last term. You have been working very hard!


This term we will be exploring Sound and also Living Things in Science. We will carry out investigations and lines of enquiry, let’s hope they aren’t too noisy! In Topic we will then extend this to analyse, design and make musical instruments out of recycled materials. Finally, we shall evaluate them.

In History, we will be looking at Crime and Punishment since 1066 which will probably be pretty gruesome but interesting!


The second half term will focus on different types of Art – we will make mosaics and look at Pop Art with a focus on Andy Warhol.. Music will be in the form of Guitar lessons each week and at the end of the term, we will perform for others in the school!


Maths is focused around the key concepts and the basics are still very crucial – focus on the Times Tables Challenge! Of course, we will be doing PSHE and PE, continuing French with Mrs Banks and our guitar lessons with Mr Jones! PE will be as Swimming in a two week block and Beth Tweddle Gymnastics will be working with us each week too. RE will focus on God, David and the Psalms, some on Sacred Places, then Easter. Hopefully the weather will warm up and the sun will shine for us!

Class Four Work

 To follow...


Class 4 Information



Class 4 Team


Teacher- Miss McCutcheon


Teaching Assistants- Mrs Carr, Mrs Caine

- Mrs Hackett (SNA), Mrs Northrop (SNA), Mrs Williams (SNA)

Here is our current overview of what we are covering this term

And here are the last two terms...

Year Four Calculation Policy

Key events to remember-

Monday - Spellings, Djembe Drums at lunch

Tuesday - Homework handed in. Guitar lessons

Monday and Wednesday - PE

Thursday and Friday - Reading Books changed (read 3x week)

Friday - Homework given

Useful websites to support learning at home in Maths and English: