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Year 3 and 4 Curriculum Information Booklet

Please click on the links below to see what we will be learning this half term and our Homework Grid

Year 3 and 4 Curriculum Newsletter Spring 2

Year 3 and 4 Homework Grid


Mrs Emery

I have been teaching at Greyfriars since 2009 and I am also one of the school’s Assistant Head Teachers. I currently teach year 4’s and oversee our school’s curriculum. I run our school’s running club ‘The Greyfriars Greyhounds’ and our school choir. In Brancaster class we enjoy our learning and always strive to do our very best in everything we do. Outside of school I enjoy running and spending time with my family!

Medicspot Handwashing Competition

Posted on Monday, April 6th, 2020

Medicspot is calling all primary school children to share their creative ideas to help encourage frequent hand washing – the best way to keep yourself and others safe from coronavirus. Find out how you can enter and win £500 for Greyfriars Academy here:

Hi Brancaster Class ~ You have been busy

Posted on Friday, April 3rd, 2020

Hi Brancaster Class

Your emails have been coming in fast this week and it’s great to see what you’ve all been up to!

Jack has been super busy and a real star contacting me each day and telling me what he’s been up to (definitely over and above). He has been busy working through his home learning grid as well as working hard on Tackling Tables, he’s had some amazing scores this week!


Well done to Sonny who has produced a fantastic Chocolate Bar Timeline! He’s also been working hard each morning and completing the Joe Wicks workouts! I’ve done them every day this week too! Anyone else?

Ethan has also been really busy, he’s been designing and creating his own chocolate bar. I must say it looks rather yummy!


Education City

Well done to all of you who have had a go at the games I put on the Classwork pages of Education City. Well done to; Nicole, Joseph, Alfie, Luja, Freya, Andrew, Matthew, Logan and Andreas, who all had a go at all of the games! A special mention to Alfie, Joseph and Nicole who all scored over 75% on all of the games and activities! Great work guys! If you haven’t logged on yet then please have a go! I won’t put any new classwork up until after Easter but there’s lots on there for you to explore. Don’t forget the Play Live games, they’re great fun and I know how much you all like a bit of competition.


Annabelle has also completed some fantastic work this week. She also sent me a video of her completing her Tackling Tables but it was too big to share on here! Well done Annabelle – TablesTastic!!!!!

I loved Annabelle’s rainbow drawing, it’s beautiful. Did anyone else go outside last night and take part in the ‘Clap for the NHS and Carers’? I did but as I live in a small village I didn’t hear many other people clapping. My son, who’s a Police Officer in Birmingham, sent me this video, his Police car even joined in too!

I think it’s really important to thank all the NHS staff and carers who are all doing an amazing job! I found these cards that you could print and send to anyone who you know who works for the NHS or as a carer. It’s good to say thank you!

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It’s very strange not seeing you all each day but I know that we will all see each other again soon.


Missing you all lots, stay safe and well

Mrs Emery

Brancaster Class – Monday 30th March

Posted on Monday, March 30th, 2020

Wow! What a great start to the week.


I have already seen some fantastic work, keep it up all of you, you’re doing great!

New activities have been uploaded onto Education City so make sure you log on and give it a go.

Ethan has been busy baking and I must say, his apple crumble looks amazing!

Ksenia has been busy on her Power Maths, well done Ksenia.

Here’s Emily’s poetry work from last week. Excellent research Emily!



I am really enjoying seeing all your hard work, keep the emails coming!


Yera 3/4 Home Learning Grid

Posted on Monday, March 30th, 2020

Good morning all


We hope you had a good week last week. It was great to hear from so many of you and to see what you have been up to!


Here’s the home learning grid for the children in Years 3 & 4 for this week. We can’t wait to see what you achieve!

Have fun


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Chocolate History Work3


The End of Week 1 in Brancaster Class

Posted on Saturday, March 28th, 2020

Hi all

It seems strange that it’s been a whole week!

It’s been great to keep in touch with lots of you and see all the amazing work you are completing at home. Some of you are sending me daily updates, showing me what you have been doing! Thank you, I love receiving your emails and updates.

Education City

Well done to Andrew, Logan, Luja and Joseph who all completed ALL of the work I set on Education City last week. Over half our class had a go at some of the activities, well done to all of you who had a go and tried your best! Remember to watch the learn screens, these will help you to complete the activities. I will be uploading new activities on Monday morning for you all to try next week!

Home Learning Grid

Well done to those of you who completed some of the activities on the Home Learning Grid. I have seen some excellent designs for your chocolate bars, (Isaac, I loved your Boris Bar idea! ) terrific timelines and some lovely work on Christopher Columbus. I especially enjoyed the videos some of you sent me reciting your poems! Lovely reading and actions, well done to all of you who gave it a go. I also liked seeing the pictures of your ‘Happy Places’.


Power Maths 

Pleased to see that many of you are working hard on your Power Maths, don’t forget to message me if you are stuck on anything. I’m here to help.


Fantastic Fractions from Logan!


Annabelle Working hard!


Have a wonderful weekend and make sure you keep an eye on the website on Monday morning when I’ll upload the new Home Learning Grid.

Keep smiling

Mrs Emery


A Message for Brancaster Class from Mrs Lacey!

Posted on Saturday, March 28th, 2020

A week away from school and missing you all.  I have been keeping busy with some DIY at home, walking my dogs, Ben and Ruby, reading and cooking for my family. I hope you are all helping out at home and busying yourself with all the work that has been organised for you.  I look forward to seeing what you have been up to on the class pages. See you soon. Mrs Lacey

Update! EducationCity

Posted on Friday, March 27th, 2020


EducationCity is up and working again at a slightly new address.

If you need a reminder of your login, please email me ( ) and I will sort that for you as soon as I can.

They had to work through the night to get it sorted, but it is done, so well done them!  They know how much you need it.

Take care (and wash your hands!)


Miss Cook


Posted on Thursday, March 26th, 2020

Good morning,

EducationCity is on it’s way to getting new servers because so many people are using it at the moment. I phoned them up and spoke to Kirsty, who said that this might mean that it’s difficult to log into today. Kirsty is going to email me when everything is up and running again.  She says they are working really hard because they know how much you all want to work really hard!

When I know more about it, I’ll let you know as well!

Take care,

Miss Cook

Brancaster Class

Posted on Wednesday, March 25th, 2020

Good afternoon everyone and Happy Birthday to Annabelle, I hope you’ve had a lovely day.

Have you tried the Joe Wicks PE lesson yet? Logan had a go yesterday so I thought I’d give it a try. It’s great fun and is a fantastic way to wake yourself up in the morning and get ready for a day of learning.

You can find Joe’s PE lesson on his YouTube channel every weekday morning at 9am, let me know if you give it a go.


Thank you to those of you who have sent over some work or just emailed me to let me know what you’ve been up to!

Well done to Jack who has been working hard on his Tackling Tables and has already completed some of the activities on the Learning Grid.

Isaac has also been busy working through our learning grid! He even found time to do some baking, I hope they were yummy Isaac.

Keep sending over your updates, they make me smile!

Keep well and keep exercising those brains.

Miss you all and see you soon.

Mrs Emery

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