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

Hello and Welcome to Spring Term in Class 4! 

Below are the things we are covering this term in class:-


In Geography, we will be looking at Sustainability.


In Art, we will be looking at artist Andy Warhol and Pop Art.


Our next DT project will be making Roman Bread. 


In History, we will be exploring The Anglo-Saxons, how they settled in Britain and their lifestyles.


In English, we are embarking on our 'Villainous Verses' unit with the intention of writing our own villainous speech by the end of the unit.


In Maths we will be focussing on multiplication and division, area and fractions.


Guitar will continue on a Tuesday and our Tuesday PE will now change to Friday where the children will be taught dance.


All other subject topics can be found to the right of this column. 


To see some exciting Blogs by us please visit our Blog page and give us a comment and share! 

Year 4 Blog – The National Year 6 ClusterBlogging Writing Project by DeputyMitchell 


Here is a letter explaining what would happen if school was to close again. We have sent this home with Sumdog and Purple Mash passwords too.



Statutory Spelling List Y3/4.

Common Exception Words for Y3/4


Class 4 Information 2021-2022


 Class 4 Team 

Teacher- Mrs Horrobin

Teaching Assistant- Mrs Carr

Special Needs Assistant- Mrs Williams


Here are our overviews for what we are looking at each term in each subject area.

Year Four Calculation Policy

Please follow this for any Maths sent home for homework.

Key Events to Remember-

Monday - Spelling test, homework handed in, French lesson

Tuesday- Guitar lesson as a class

Wednesday and Friday - PE

Friday - Homework given

Reading books to be handed in on the days written on the front of reading diaries

Reading in School

Update 7.3.22:- This section outlines the phonics and reading schemes that we use in Year Four. We are currently in the process of taking part in 'Essential Letters + Sounds' training. This is a government approved synthetic phonics programme that has its own linked reading scheme that we are working towards introducing at St Saviours this academic year. We will use this ELS Scheme in place of our current Letters and Sounds work we use for our phonics interventions in class.

Our home and guided reading books are a mixture of schemes, including: Oxford Reading Tree, Rigby Rocket, Big Cat and Planet X. This is the colour band system we follow:
Dark Blue
Dark Red

Please ensure you are hearing your child read three times a week and recording this in their reading diary. 

If you have any questions regarding your child's reading book please make a note of this in their yellow reading record book.


Useful websites to support learning at home: