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  • With our mother Mary,
  • we gather together joyfully,
  • to love, live, learn and pray,
  • with respect for all God’s family,
  • as Jesus teaches us.

Hello Year 4!

Once again, thank you for looking at our Class Page. I hope you all had an enjoyable Easter weekend and didn't eat too much chocolate... 


This week, I have a task for you... 
I know you all really enjoyed learning about Banksy during Art Week and did some fantastic pieces of art. So now I would love you to design your own Banksy inspired piece of art about tackling Corona Virus or helping the NHS. 


  • You need to create a stencil of an object that you want to use. This may be the NHS sign, or the world, or doctors/nurses...
  • You need to use bold colours so that your image stands out.
  • Remember we need to make sure the background looks Urban/Messy
  • Write a slogan or Quote in block capitals EG: Protect the NHS, Stay at Home, Save Lives... Anything like that. 


Please make sure you take a picture of your amazing pieces and get your parents to Email them to me or post them on Twitter and tag @maryvalebham. 

I will announce my favourites on Tuesday 21st!

Good Luck!!!!!

Here are some ideas to help you...

Special Mentions


Well Done to the following children who have been on all 3 sites (TTRockstars, MyMaths and Oxford Reading Buddy) and completed tasks:


  • Emily 
  • Emmy
  • Caleb
  • Michal
  • Maisey
  • Abigail 
  • Gaby


Homework for this week

Aswell as completing the Banksy Project, I have also set the following work for you to complete by next Tuesday:

  • 3 Festival Sessions on TTRockstars
  • 5 Studio Sessions on TTRockstars 
  • Multiplying by 10 and 100 on MyMaths 
  • Multiplying single digits on MyMaths 
  • Oxford Reading Buddy Read 3 Books 


If you need moving up a level on Oxford Reading Buddy or have any questions or queries about the work set, please get your parents to email me directly -


Thanks Year 4!

I am looking forward to seeing your smiling faces soon.

In the meantime, stay at home and keep safe.


Miss Martin laughheart