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Voluntary Controlled Primary

Small School, Big Ideas

Kenney Class

Welcome to Kenney Class


Kenney Class is made up of half of Year 4 and all of Year 5 children.  The teachers in the class are Mrs Claypole (Monday-Thursday) and Mrs Carter (Friday). Mrs Halley and Mrs Heaney work in class Kenney providing extra support. 


In the mornings, the children are separated into their year groups for Guided Reading, Spellings and Maths.  We come back together for Literacy and for all our lessons in the afternoon, other than Science which is taught in year groups.


This is what our timetable looks like on a normal week: 


Monday Family Time, Maths, Guided Reading, Literacy Topic 
Tuesday Maths, Guided Reading, Spelling and Literacy Science
Wednesday Maths, Guided Reading, Spelling and Literacy PE and Art
Thursday Maths, Guided Reading, Spelling and Literacy Computing, French or Music (rotation over 3 weeks)
Friday Swimming, Maths and Reading RE and PSHCE 






Current Learning


In Class Kenney our current topic is Around the World. 


In Science this half term Y4  are learning about State of Matter and Y5 are studying Space and Beyond




If you have anything you would like to share with us (non urgent), please feel free to email us at: 


If it something more important, please ring the school office and we will get back to you as soon as possible.


Thank you 



Reading, Family Captain, Swimming and Digital Leader Awards

Our Science Pictures - ask your child about the learning that is tasking place



Class Kenney received a visit from their swimming teacher, Mrs Hargreaves. She shared some important information regarding water safety. The children all know how to stay safe and what to do in an emergency.  



Year Four have been learning about functions of teeth this week. They have been very lucky that Riley's mum was able to get some toothpaste, brushes and information leaflets for the children to take home.


This week the children are investigating the effects of different liquids on teeth. They are observing 6 eggs throughout the week to monitor the changes.