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Welcome to Elves class.  

I am Mrs Rendell, the class teacher who is supported daily by two amazing ta's - Mrs Robson and Mrs Prior. We are a year 4/5 class.

In the mornings, we complete daily mental maths sessions using a fun passport as well as completing daily written arithmetic and daily multiplication tests, followed by a maths lesson.

In literacy, we are focussing our work on Charlie and the Chocolate Factory which will include, description, reading, tasting and designing.

Our afternoons are when we do non-core subjects including science, art, ICT, DT, projects, history and geography. Where possible, we complete our learning in a cross-curricular, topic-based fashion. 

This term, in history, we are looking at Anglo-Saxons.  Our RE topic is based on Christmas and Symbols.

This term we will focus our homework on TTrockstars, blog, reading and edshed.  The children can choose a topic that interests them to do at home, if they wish, and can bring to school to share with the class.  This is optional but I know how some of you like to do extra worksmiley.  

I have included a list below of home learning that your child can do if they are off from school isolating or they want to earn extra housepoints. Below is a list of ideas that are relevant to our learning in class.


Home learning

Research Anglo Saxons and create a poster.

Write a description of a new chocolate room.

Keep a diary using 24hr clock for a week.

Bake a cake and write the recipe on your blog.

Design a Christmas decoration for your tree.

Write a story about a naughty elf.


Here are some websites that may help you with your home learning:


BBC Bitesize

Hit the button

Abacus Active Learn


Mrs Rendell




Home learning 2020/21

Welcome to Elves Class!


Elves Class is a mixed Year 4/5 class.

In our classroom you will also find our awesome teacher, Mrs Rendell and our fabulous TA, Mrs Robson. 




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