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Mr Outson Year 4

Welcome to Class 9!


Welcome to our Class 9 page.

Have a look to catch up with what we have been doing and learning about in class.


We are currently working hard on their times tables in Maths. We are getting really speedy at recalling our seven and nine times table facts. Why not test us at home!


In English, we have be learning how to create amazing explanation texts to explain how to capture dragons and to write our own Viking myths.


Class Reminders:

Spellings - Monday and tested on Friday

Outdoor PE - Tuesday afternoon

Indoor PE - Wednesday morning with Mr Devlin

Mathletics homework- set every Wednesday

Reading records - checked weekly


We read our reading books everyday so please make sure you always have them with you. Thank you!

19.7.17 Our learning celebration was a huge success today. The children shared their memories, photos, videos and sang beautifully. Well done everyone!

Our celebration

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10.7.17 Learning Celebration - Please join us on Wednesday 19th July at 2:45 for a celebration of all our learning this year. We hope you can make it!

30.6.17 As part of our work on Rivers and the UK, Class 9 planned and perfomed their own weather report. They used great subject specific vocabulary!


This year, we are travelling back to the 1970s to experience the world disco! Please could you wear a disco inspired costume on Friday 7th July for the MADD parade. We can't wait to boogie! 

15.5.17 Sports week - Day 4 - We all took part in a fitness session in the hall, following the moves of Joe Wicks (The Body Coach). It was great fun but hard work!

13.6.17 - Class 9 and 10 attempting to break the original 100m and triple jump world records. We came close!

13.6.17 We were lucky enough to have a visit from the fantastic author Guy Bass. He told us all about his inspirations for Stich Head, as well a lots of funny stories from his childhood!

26.5.17 A brilliant day to end the week and half term. We made some delicious, healthy sandwiches and shared them with Year 2 with a picnic in the sun.

18.5.17 We had lots of fun making bread in preparation for our picnic with Year 2 next week. Look out for the finished products.

Our Stitch Head products are complete and we are now ready to evaluate and market them...

Well done Year 4 - you hosted your Science Fair and were very thorough when explaining your projects to our Year 3 guests. Good job.

4.5.17 A massive well done to everyone in Class 9. We are READING CHAMPIONS for the Spring term! We read a staggering 350 books! Keep up all your hard work.

6.4.17 Fantastic work this week Class 9! We really enjoyed solving all the different types of problems and showed great determination throughout.

4.4.17 Well done to everyone who solved the really tricky 'DECA TREE' problem this morning!

3.4.17 MATHS WEEK - Lots of fun solving and making problems on the first day of maths week!

30.3.17 In preperation for making our Stitch Head mercandise, we have been practicing our stitching skills. We used a running stitch and cross stitch to create a bookmark. Fantastic work everyone!

24.3.17 COMIC RELIEF - Thank you for the donations and well done to everyone taking part in the fun run!

Comic Relief Joke Off 2017.

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16.3.17 STITCH HEAD - Today were carried out some product research and analysis in our Topic lesson. We also created a some fantastic designs for our Stitch Head merchandise.



This afternoon, year 4 worked well to create a structure for a HTML file. Eventually, they will be using this format to produce a webpage to write a book review. 

2.3.17 WORLD BOOK DAY! We had a fantastic day doing lots of reading and book related activities, including creating our own front cover and blurb for our favourite book. Great to see so many amazing costumes! We even had the privilege of a Queen's guard!

28.2.17 Les animaux

Today we listened, wrote and even sang in French - you were amazing Year 4! Très Bien!


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16.2.17 Dragonese Day! We had a really excting day and looked amazing. Well done to everyone performing and thanks for coming along! It was a great way to finish our dragon topic!

Our letters and poems have been posted off to Roger McGough. Fingers crossed we get a reply!

7.2.17 Risks and Resilience

In our Life Skills sessions, we have been discussing risks that the children encounter everyday and how we deal with them. We discussed how the internet is an incredibly useful tool but we need to make safe choices to use it responsibly. We made videos to help the children in Year 3 stay safe online. We also built up our resilience by each giving a compliment to ourselves. We were so proud of thoughtful and incisive responses.

31.1.17 We have been busy investigating factor pairs using an array. We found it really useful!

TIMES_TABLE_A_THON We had a great time this morning with our times table challenges. Well done to the boys who won the speed challenge in round one!

Our Dragonese Day is coming........

Year 4 have thoroughly enjoyed reading “How to train your dragon” by Cressida Cowell in English and learning all about the Vikings in our topic lessons this term.


To celebrate our learning we are going to have a fun DRAGONESE day in Year 4 on Thursday 16th February.


The children are invited to come into school that day dressed up as Vikings or dragons (ideas overleaf) and we will have a day packed with fun dragon based activities.


We would like to invite parents to join in the fun by joining us at 2.45pm in the hall where we will perform some of our Viking songs and drama for you. The children will then take their parents back to their classroom where you will be given the chance to have a look at all of the brilliant work the children have done with this topic.


Main reception doors will be open for parents to come into the hall at 2.40pm and parents will then leave through the classroom doors with the children at 3.15 after having a look at all of our amazing learning.


We look forward to seeing you on the 16thand sharing our fun with you!

25.1.17. Well done to our two new members of the School Council! The handing over ceremony took place this afternoon, with some wise words being passed on from our previous members.

24.1.17 We had a great time learning how to stay safe on our scooters. The instructers were really impressed!! Certificates are on the way! Well done class 9!

20.1.17 We enjoyed taking part in READY STEADY COOK this morning.

Make sure you keep practising your times tables because the Year 4 times-table-a-thon is coming soon. Make sure you know all your tables up to 12 x 12! Who will be the ultimate champion? 

17.1.17 Here are some great examples of our collaborative explanation texts so far

13.1.17 Class 9 and 10 showcased their skills on Scratch by creating an animation about preventing cyber bulling!

13.1.17 As part of our RE topic about religions in the community class 9 learnt about some Hindu traditions and enjoyed making Rakhi bracelets. These are presented by sisters to brothers as part of the festival Raksha Bandhan to show love and vow protection.

12.1.17 we performed our Anglo Saxon play scripts today which showed how much we have learnt about what daily life was like. Watch this space for our work about the Viking invaders ...

10.1.17 Spellings

As our spellings went out today instead of Monday, we will have our spelling test on Monday 16th January instead of Friday. We are sorry for any confusion. Thank you for you support!

22.12.16 Class 9 and 10 have had a brilliant toy day to finish the term. Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to you all. We look forward to seeing you all in 2017.

21.12.16 Year 4 looked great in their party clothes and had an amazing time at the Christmas party!!

15.12.16 A Little Christmas Treat!

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19.12.16 Aladdin

The children want to say a huge thank you to the amazing Parents Association for paying for the Panto Company to come and entertain us this morning.  We enjoyed every minute!

Silent Night

Silent night, holy night!
All is calm, all is bright.
Round yon Virgin, Mother and Child.
Holy infant so tender and mild,
Sleep in heavenly peace,
Sleep in heavenly peace

Silent night, holy night!
Shepherds quake at the sight.
Glories stream from heaven afar
Heavenly hosts sing Alleluia,
Christ the Savior is born!
Christ the Savior is born

Silent night, holy night!
Son of God love's pure light.
Radiance beams from Thy holy face
With the dawn of redeeming grace,
Jesus Lord, at Thy birth
Jesus Lord, at Thy birth

It was on a starry night

It was on a starry night when the hills were bright
Earth lay sleeping, sleeping calm and still.
Then in a cattle shed, in a manger bed
a boy was born, king of all the world.

And all the angels sang for him, the bells of heaven rang for him
for a boy was born, king of all the world.
And all the angels sang for him, the bells of heaven rang for him
for a boy was born, king of all the world.

Soon the shepherds came that way where the baby lay
and were kneeling, kneeling by his side.
And their hearts believed again for the peace of men,
for a boy was born, king of all the world.

And all the angels sang for him, the bells of heaven rang for him
for a boy was born, king of all the world.
And all the angels sang for him, the bells of heaven rang for him
for a boy was born, king of all the world.

Calypso carol

See him lying on a bed of straw 
A draughty stable with an open door 
Mary cradling the babe she bore 
The prince of glory is his name.

Oh, now carry me to Bethlehem 
To see the Lord appear to men 
Just as poor as was the stable then 
The prince of glory when he came.

Star of silver sweeps across the skies 
Show where Jesus in the manger lies 
Shepherds swiftly from your stupor rise 
To see the Saviour of the world.


Mine are riches from thy poverty 
From thine innocence, eternity 
Mine, forgiveness by thy death for me 
Child of sorrow, for my joy.


Angels, sing again the song you sang 
Bring God's glory to the heart of man 
Sing, "Bethlehem's little baby can 
Be salvation to the soul."


12.12.16 Important Information about Spellings

As we have a very busy timetable, filled with Christmas activities, we have decided that there will be no spelling homework until after Christmas.  The children have worked very hard to learn their Year 4 spellings and are being to apply their rules in their writing. If you would like to practise any words with your children (for fun!!), the documents below will show you the most frequent words!  Enjoy!

8.12.16 The Anglo-Saxon reporters were working hard collection information for their playscript. Keep your eyes out for the final Broadway performances.

5.12.16 Seven Stories

We are so excited for our trip to Seven Stories on Wednesday.  You can find out more about what we will be seeing by clicking on the link below.  Please remember that we must have your consent through ParentPay by Tuesday for your child to able to attend.  If you have any problems accessing this, please just let us know.  Thank you!

School Fair - Thank you to everyone who came along this afternoon. Look at how professional our stall looked!

2.12.16 Look what turned up in Class 9 today - A Frozen Hand! We think it must be linked to our new story unit all about The Snow Queen! We loved feeling the brittle, cold ice and describing it.

This learner really showed progress with their writing today! An exciting and action packed story - keep it up!

1.12.16 Our Anglo Saxon Gazette reporters interviewed an Anglo Soxon today to find out more about what life was like. Class 9 your questions were amazing!

30.11.16 Our Michael Morpurgo Trip!

We are really looking forward to our fantastic trip next Wednesday to Seven Stories!  We need to make sure that we have consent for children by the end of the week.  Please could you let us know if you are having any difficulty accessing ParentPay.  If we do not receive enough funds, the trip will unfortunately have to be cancelled.  Thank you in advance for all your support!

18.11.16 Thank you for a brilliant contribution this week for our "Random Acts of Kindness" week. You have all made us really proud. Mrs Purdy was very impressed with your thoughtful ideas for our KINDNESS SHOWER in PSHCE.

18.11.16 We had fun today investiagting Professor Drake's tent. Look out for our research and writing about dragons next week when we help him with his project!

15.11.16 Year 4 Visitors

Two new visitors have arrived in the classroom....


11.11.16 After our Remembrance Day assembly we read a narrative poem called "Where the Poppies still grow" and created our own page to show our respect

Anglo-Saxon freeze frames

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10.11.16 Freeze frames

Friday 4th November 2016


Year 4 have been learning about internet safety this afternoon. We watched a video and created a poster to understand the guidelines that we need to follow to stay safe online. We learnt that is important to never give out our passwords, contact details and to always be respectful to others when online. 


Welcome to Class 9!

You will be able to see all the exciting learning, class news and pictures of everything we have been doing.

Make sure you visit this page regularly to keep up to date with all things Class 9!


Class Reminders

Monday - Spellings are set and tested on a Friday

Tuesdays - Swimming

Wednesday - Mathletics homework is set

PE is on Wednesday mornings with Mr Devlin

Fridays - Reading diaries are checked


We have been learning our 4 and 8 times tables this week in Maths, we even had a rap battle to help us remember them!


In English we are exploring narrative poems and will be performing some of them at the end of the week.



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10.10.16 We perfected our Narrative Poem performances and used some excellent expression, actions and teamwork!

6.10.16 Here we are rehearsaing our narrative poems.