Welcome to Autumn Term in Coral Class!

Welcome Coral Class! I hope you’ve had a lovely summer holiday. I am also very excited for the fantastic learning opportunities we’ve got planned this term.

Thank you for the fantastic roman artefacts that were completed over the summer holiday. We had lots of fun seeing the amazing artefacts that were created over the holiday. We also had an opportunity to enjoy some fabulous power-point presentations.

Our Enquiry Based Concepts this term is Growing in Confidence.

The curriculum will be delivered through the following topics: –


Our English core texts this term is ‘The Lion and the Unicorn and other hairy tales’ by Jane Ray. The quality and rich texts will provide us the opportunity to teach literacy creatively and effectively. All children will write their own fairy-tale, using a number of writing techniques and features. we will then explore the book, ‘African Tales’ by Genia Mhlophe & Rachel Griffin, where we will consolidate our yr3 writing knowledge.


This term, topics will include numbers & place value recognising the place value of each digit in a four-digit number (1,000s, 100s, 10s, and 1s), addition and subtraction, multiplication and division as part of our yr 4 curriculum.



In R.E this term we will be looking at how belief in God affected the actions of people in the Old Testament. Exploring its hidden magnificent truth about the love and power of God.



Our Science topic this term is Sound.  We will use different objects to make sounds and record observations. We will investigate different sounds and how we hear sound differently, focusing on key vocabulary.



This term, children have opportunity to learn all about the Romans. We will be exploring the Roman invasion in preparation for our class assembly. All roads lead to Rome!


We will be focusing on online safety and how to keep safe on and offline.




This term we will create media and record sounds.




This term we will be working on our football skills. Football will be with Lance every Wednesday afternoon from 1.30pm. And on Friday’s morning, we will be working on our fitness as a class. Please don’t forget your PE kit.


This term in music the children will be learning to play the clarinet every Monday afternoon with the music teacher, from guildhall school of music.

This term every Friday we will be learning our days of the week and learning how to formulate sentences with our new learning.


This term Art will be linked to our English and topic. We can’t wait to show you our fantastic art work.

Class information

Homework will be set each Friday and is expected back on the following Wednesday. Remember to read and practise multiplication tables every night. Reading should be every day, minimum 20 minutes.