Lower Key Stage 2: 'The Hedgehogs' 2018 - 2019

Mr Goodwin

Mr Goodwin

Mrs Agnew

Mrs Agnew

Mrs Lycett

Mrs Lycett

Welcome to the LKS2 (Hedgehogs) Class Page!


We are looking forward to all the exciting oppurtunities, trips and learning of our creative curriculum this Summer Term. 

Summer Term 2019

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We are very excited about the Summer Term and all the exciting learning opportunities ahead:

Y3/4 Summer Term 2019 Curriculum:

Summer Term Topic - 'Great Adventurers' 


  • This cross Curricula topic will based around exploration, adventure, outdoors, looking after our enviroment, Gepography or local area, countries, contenets and specific Geography of Greece.
  • Within English and topic the books we will be using as a catalyst will be:  Great Adventurers by Alister Humphries as well as Theseus and the Minatour in English. Both of these books will be used as a catalyst to approach English genres of writing as well as Geographical topics as well as art and DT. 
  • English - The story of 'Theseus and the Minatour'  will act as the stimulus for various writing cycles including: non-chronological reports, diary entries, explanation texts and narrative.  
  • Maths - Focusing in Summer Term on embedding the learning measures, area, perimter, decimals, angles and 2/3D Shapes.
  • Music - We will be continuing with our sessions through LMT with Mr Birch and the  ‘p type’ brass instruments on a Friday afternoon with plastic style brass instruments suitable for this age group.
  • RE - The Kingdom of God and Forgiveness are the topics following the Chester Diocesan scheme of work. This will be interlinked with our whole school Christian Value and Parable being taught in worship. 
  • French - Weekly sessions taught by Mrs Craven - including practical speaking and listening activities, games and reading and writing French.
  • Science - We will looking at rocks and fossils in the first half of the spring term and this will be linked to the cross curricula topic of 'Here we Are' and the focus on the planet. 
  • PE - Indoor and Outdoor team games with Mr Dooley

Year 3/4 Staff:

We are very lucky in the Y3/4 class to have the following staff to support and help the children in their learning:

Mr Goodwin and Mrs Agnew: Y3/4 Teachers.

Mrs Lycett: We are really lucky to have to have Mrs Lycett who will be supporting and leading children in their learning.She is a fantastic addition to the team!

Mrs Craven: It will be brilliant to have Mrs Craven in on a Wednesday afternoon. She will be teaching the children French.

Mr Dooley: Teaching PE to the class on a Tuesday and Wednesday afternoon. 

Mr Birch: We are fortunate to have Mr Birch on a Friday afternoon to teach P Brass instruments to the Year 3/4 class. 


P.E Sessions:

During the Summer months children will need to make sure they have the right clothes and footwear for all weather. It is likely they will still be outside in the Summer term where possible and will need to bring appropriate footwear. PE kits are to be brought into school on a Monday and left in class for the whole week in case PE sessions change due to the weather. PE kit is red polo shirt, blue / black shorts, socks and trainers. Warm tracksuit / sweatshirt is allowed for the cold weather conditions. 

Tuesday PM:

With Mr Dooley and include a variety of different team sports. 

Wednesday PM:

With Mr Dooley - A mixture of team sports and indoor and outdoor games. 


We are lucky as we will now be having weekly ‘P type’ (Plastic) brass lessons which will now take place on a Friday afternoon. It is essential that the children bring in their instruments every week on a Friday and practise their brass instruments at home every week ready for the next session.

Homework Explained!

Creative Learning Projects:

These will be ‘creative project’ based on topic work taking place in the classroom and will be handed out every two / three weeks to give children enough time to do a good job! These missions are aimed to give children more time and more say in how they present their homework. Each child will be given a personalised Learning log that will include their mission brief, options on how they can present their homework and the date it is due in. We will NOT be writing corrections or comments over their homework in order not to ruin their beautifully presented work, however, will write comments and award merits on a ‘mission de-brief sheet’ in the back of their learning log.

In my experience, children seem to prefer these types of homework and henceforth produce some high quality work.

English Homework:

SPAG based homework based on what they have been learning in class. This will involve a focus on either punctuation or grammar sentence / word level activities.

Weekly Spellings:

10 spellings handed out weekly on a Friday and expected back in on the following Friday showing they have practised at least 4 times during the week. These spellings will be tested on a Friday.


Maths Homework:

This will also be handed out on a Friday and expected in the following Wednesday. This might be a worksheet type activity or problem-solving question related to maths work they have been undertaking in class. In addition, the children in Y3/4 class are expected to be regularly logging onto Mathletics and ideally achieving 1,000 points per week – this equates to roughly 30 minutes work.

Homework Club:

We know how busy home life can often be and how hard it is to squeeze time into complete homework each week. Because of this, we will run a weekly lunchtime homework club on a Friday in the Year 3/4  class with Mrs Agnew and Mr Goodwin for children who need extra time and/or support in completing their homework.

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