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From your Year 4 team:

Dear Year 4,


Welcome back to the final half-term of the year!

We would like to say a big thank you to all of the Year 4 children and parents for your hard work. We have been very impressed with the work you have been handing in. We will be continuing with our home learning this half term. 

As before, please keep sending in photos of you learning from home to as it really cheers everyone up.

When photos or work or questions are emailed in, please put your child's name and class as the subject of the email so that we can forward it to the relevant class teacher.

Don't forget to add a message to your class blog. There is a pdf document showing children how to access the class blog and how they can leave a comment for their teacher/classmates to see (Check blue post-it note named Class blogs for help). Children will need their USO login details to access the blog.

Good luck and keep well. See below for the latest home learning tasks.

All the very best,


Yr 4 team

Mrs Casey (4LC), Mr Sheehan (4AS) and Mr Brooks (4EB)

Class blog update 22.06.2020


We have added a new post to your class blogs. The question is: 

What is the most exciting thing you have done during Lockdown?


Please leave a comment under the post on your class blog. All the comments are reviewed by your teacher so check back to see once it has been posted.​ for 4S​ for 4B for 4C 


All the best.


Yr 4 team

Mrs Casey (4LC), Mr Sheehan (4AS) and Mr Brooks (4EB)


Dear Parents and Carers,

We strive to promote equality and celebrate diversity in all its forms at St Joseph’s. We thought that it would be useful to make resources available to you which address and look at the ongoing events across the world following George Floyd’s tragic death. We thought that it would also support you if and when you have discussions about this with your children.


The following  resource on the pdf below has been produced by Votesforschools. It explores the current Black Lives Matter protests and is mainly focused on the USA.


Please go through these slides (one or two slides each week) so that we are regularly talking to the children about the issues involved - thanks. We hope that this resource will help give the children a good understanding about what is happening and why things need to change.

Hopefully, this resource will enable some important discussions at home.

Black Lives Matter - a resource to use to promote discussion at home

On behalf of all the staff at St. Joseph's, we hope you are staying safe and healthy.

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