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Welcome to Larch Class!


Happy New Year from Larch Class!


Following Prime Minister Boris Johnson's announcement on Monday 04/01/2021, Y4 children will continue to learn remotely. 


All work completed at home should be completed in your home learning books sent home before the Christmas holidays and emailed to 

Please also email Mrs Hester any lovely photos of your home learning so she can add it to our class page! 


Please follow the Remote Learning link below. 

Remote Learning


As we can't see each other in person, it would be great to share what we are doing at home with each other. Please send any pictures and videos to if you would like to add some of your learning or a message on the website for the rest of Larch class. 



SNOW DAY! Mrs Hester had great fun with her boys in the snow on Sunday. She would love to see any of your snowy pictures. Send them to the Larch email address.

Staff in Larch Class

Class teacher - Mrs Hester

HLTA - Mrs Rayatt

TA - Mrs Akram 

AtL Team - Mrs Jackson and Mrs Brotherston


Important Information

Reading books must be in school every day. They will be changed on Monday and Thursday

PE day is Friday


School Day

Monday to Thursday 8.45am - 3.00pm

Friday 8.45am - 12.50pm

Class Book

Larch class are reading Land of Roar by Jenny McLachlan. 


Twins Arthur and Rose loved staying with Grandad and would spend days in the Land of Roar where dragons, mermaids and ninja wizards kept them safe from the sinister scarecrow, Crowky.

Now they are 11, Rose spends hours on her phone and worries about fitting in and Arthur, despite the scar on his wrist where he was bitten by a dragon, has almost forgotten about Roar. But then a mysterious figure appears at the attic window, an old map turns up, and Grandad vanishes...

It seems ridiculous but could Roar be real after all? And can Rose and Arthur find Grandad before he is lost forever?


We are eager to find out if the twins can save their Grandad before it is too late!


What do you think will happen next, Larch class? Let Mrs Hester know your predictions. 


Come back soon to read our book reviews. 



Email Mrs Hester with any concerns, questions or ideas for the class webpage.