St. Anthony's Catholic Primary School

At St. Anthony’s we bring faith, fun, learning and culture together, relating Christ’s message of love, mercy and kindness to modern life. Our Catholic identity is not exclusive to RE lessons and worship but shines throughout every aspect of school and every adult in school, helping the children in their lifelong journey with God as part of our community of faith as we ourselves journey towards our 'Outstanding 2020 Vision'. Our wonderful children are bright eyed and enthusiastic: they want to achieve in all areas of the curriculum - thanks to the work of our staff and governors and the steadfast support of our parents. We hope you enjoy browsing our website and even following us on Twitter. We can only show you a fraction of the vibrant work that happens here each day and offer you a glimpse of our exciting developments. I would love you to accept an invite to come and visit us in person where you can see every child, every chance, every day in action together with Christ. We look forward to welcoming you, your children and your family to the family of St. Anthony's Catholic Primary School as we stay focused on our 'Outstanding 2020 Vision'

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Class 4


Mr Buckroyd is the Class 4 teacher.

Religious Education - Children are looking at The Bible stories from the Old Testament and are discussing why God chose specific people E.G. Abraham and Moses.

We are focussing on Thankfulness over the next few weeks as our school virtue.

Maths - Children In Class 4 will be looking at Place value  and Addition, Subtraction this half term.

English - In English children will be looking at King of the Cloud Forests and writing  a Non Chronological report and a setting description based on creatures and environments in the book.

Guided Reading - The Abominals is the book we are reading during guided reading time in Class.

Science - Children will be looking at Living things and their habitats - looking at different life cycles and discussing similarities and differences between them.

Physical Education - Children will be focussing on Rugby this half term and the benefits of warming up on the body before exercise.


As previously stated in the new homework policy, children are expected to spend time on their project, it is not optional. Children should be encouraged not too rush and expect to bring in evidence of what they have learnt or made at regular intervals. If Children are unsure of what to do or you are having any problems please let me know and I am sure we can arrange an appointment. 

Part 2) Children should be practising spellings and Maths facts at home, and children will be tested regularly.

Part 3) Reading - Children should be reading at home - a minimum of 15 minutes a day but also someone should read to them as well. 


 Class 4's current reading book