Benedict Biscop Prince Bishop School Teaching Alliance Leading School
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Years 3 & 4

“All things are possible”

Luke 18:27

In Year 3 and 4, we aim to support a smooth transition from Key Stage 1 into Key stage 2 by engaging children in lessons and experiences within school. We build on previous knowledge in a safe and secure environment, learning to be courageous advocates, grow in confidence and start to understand the importance of education and its impact on their own lives now and in their future success.

Teaching Team

Miss Pickles

Mrs Flounders

Mrs Dignen


PE Lessons

Our PE lessons are usually on Monday and Wednesday afternoons. However, these days may change to accommodate other events so your child should have their PE kit in school for a full week.


Each week, your child will be given the following homework:

  • One piece of English or Maths (alternate weeks)
  • A reading book
  • Spellings (tested on Wednesdays)
  • A choice of activities from this half term’s Topic Grid (optional)

Frequently Used Links






Additional Websites

myON – Free access to over 7000 online books and graphic novels to read.


AUTHORFY – Access to masterclasses on texts from a range of authors, including videos from the authors and activities linked to novels.

BookTrust – Recommended booklists

The World of David Walliams  – Free audio book readings from David Walliams 

English Mastery – Downloadable resource packs

Literacy Shed Plus – Writing stimuli using creative YouTube clips and animations

Pobble365 – A daily image to use as a stimulus for creative writing 

Poetry By Heart – A wide selection of poetry to view online

Ruth Miskin Training – Available from Monday 20th April. Films of well-loved stories read by Nick Cannon, a trained actor, teacher and trainer

The Children’s Poetry Archive – Archive of spoken poetry recordings 

THEDAY – A daily newsletter for parents and carers at home with children, helping to enrich learning with real-world knowledge and skills


Mathematics Mastery – Downloadable guidance and resource packs

NRICH – Maths puzzles and challenges sorted by age and challenge level

Topmarks – Interactive maths games to improve your arithmetic


BBC Bitesize – Interactive resources covering the primary science curriculum

STEM Learning – An online resource bank, which links resources on external websites. The site features a live chat function offering support from subject experts. New home learning resources are being developed

The James Dyson Foundation – A free set of STEM challenge cards from the James Dyson Foundation

WOW Science – Experiment ideas, games, videos and fact files (most are free)


BBC Teach Super Movers – Key stages 1 and 2 

Videos which help children move while they learn. They support curriculum subjects, including maths and English


Children’s Commissioner – A downloadable guide for children about Coronavirus 

StarLine – Home learning advice for parents with a hotline open 6 days a week to offer support and answer questions

Cosmic Kids – Free yoga videos for children 


Virtual Musical Instruments – Play a range of instruments online for free


The British Museum – Explore the British Museum from your house


National Geographic Kids – Games, competitions and news about countries from around the world


Home Learning Y3

Home Learning Pack – Summer 1

Guidance and Answers

Practical Ideas

Home Learning Pack – Summer 2

Home Learning Answers 

Maths Learning Pack – Summer 2

Maths Learning Answers

Home Learning Y4

Home Learning Pack – Summer 1

Guidance and Answers

Practical Ideas

Home Learning Pack – Summer 2

Home Learning Answers

Maths Learning Pack – Summer 2

Maths Learning Answers

Oak National Academy

Oak National Timetable Year 3 (22.06.20)

Oak National Timetable Year 3 (29.06.20)

Oak National Timetable Year 3 (06.07.20)

Oak National Timetable Year 4 (20.06.20)

Oak National Timetable Year 4 (29.06.20)

Oak National Timetable Year 4 (06.07.20)


Spring 2 Home Learning

Spring 2 Homework Grid

KS2 Summer Home Learning

Reading Comprehension Y3 Week 1


Roman Britain 

Reading Comprehension Y4 Week 1

Amphitheatres – Blue

Roman Britain – Blue 

Reading Comprehension Y4 Week 2

Amphitheatres – Green 

Roman Britain – Green 

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Our Values and Ethos

Christian teachings play a large part in the daily goings on at St Peter's

Friendship & Trust




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