Welcome to Swallow Class
We are a mixed age class with Year 3 and Year 4 pupils. On this page you will find information about our curriculum, the year group expectations, our class timetable and celebration assemblies for the year along with photos of us learning.
Mr Morgan Mrs Johnstone
Class Teacher Teaching Assistant
The children have been sending in images of all the fantastic work they have been completing at home. Here are a few examples:
Friday 17th July 2020
Dear Swallow Class children and parents,
Wow! I can't believe it's the last day of term. You have all been incredible in these uncertain and strange times. Despite being asked to stay at home for the last few months, you have blown me away with the mature and focused attitude you have demonstrated to complete your home learning activities. To say I'm a proud teacher would be a massive understatement. Receiving emails and pictures of your work brightened up my days and it was wonderful to hear how much you enjoyed the tasks which included our English text 'King Kong' and our French lessons.
You have worked tirelessly over the last few months and now need to unwind, relax and enjoy your summer holidays...you've earnt it. Although it is going to be the last thing on your mind at the moment, it is important that during your break, you find the time to do your daily reading (10 minutes a day) and spend a little time on IXL, Spelling Shed and Times Tables Rockstars so you come back in September with your brains warmed up and ready to go.
Thank you again parents for your continued support and engagement during these surreal times. I can appreciate how difficult it must have been juggling your work commitments with teaching responsibilities and you have all done an unbelievable job which has not gone unnoticed.
Although September is going to be slightly different due to restrictions in schools, I am thrilled about seeing you all again! We are going to have an incredible year packed with laughter, learning and fun.
Enjoy your summer holidays, stay safe and have fun.
Underneath, is a collection of photos of some of the brilliant work you have been completing from home during the last two terms. Apologies that I couldn't put more on, you've all been doing so much work :-)