Welcome Class 4!

Welcome Class 4

Hello Parents / Carers and children of Class 4!  We hope that you are all keeping well.

Below will help to explain where you will find the work we would like your child to do and where they can record it. All of the work we would like your child to do will either be available on the school’s website or you will be directed to other sites such as Education City or Active Learn.

A weekly overview / timetable has been created to help give a sense of routine and structure for your child and sets out the work we would like your child to try and complete. 

This is a suggested timetable.  Please adapt and change according to your needs and what works best for you.   

You may find that not all of the work detailed on the timetable is available on the school’s website all at once.  Teachers continue to work in school, home-school their own children and look after members of their own family. Work that is detailed on the timetable will be available for that day – please do check the school’s website daily.   Thank you for your patience and understanding with this.  

We would like your child to record their work in the two books they were given.  In this way we are hoping to minimise the need for the printing out of sheets.  At times, you may feel that this is necessary.  Your child may wish to record their work on the sheet so we ask that they stick this into their book please. Answers will also be provided for the work set.  Exercise books can be collected from the box outside school during school hours for those children who were absent prior to school closure.  Please collect as part of your daily exercise allowance or if making an essential journey.  We ask that you wear a pair of the disposable gloves provided when collecting books. Thank you.  There is no need to record work completed on Education City or Active Learn as these are saved to the site directly.  As with Times Tables Rock Stars, teachers are able to monitor remotely how children are getting on.

Best wishes from us all.  Keep safe and well.

Lauren Stewart, Angela Aylmore and Marina Spruce.



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Blockley C of E Primary School

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01386 700 567


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