Christ the King RC Primary School

Christ the King RC Primary School

Christ at the Heart Of All We Do

Year 4 Class

In Year 4 we are taught by Mr Perry. We are supported by Mrs Allen,  Mr Ashworth (mornings) and Mrs Connolly (afternoons). Mrs Room also teaches us when Mr Perry is completing his planning and preparation. 

We follow the school ethos 'Christ at the Heart of All We Do'  to ensure that we can complete our learning to the best of our ability.

Reading books can be changed daily but can only be changed once an adult has signed to say the book has been read and finished. As well as reading books there will also be daily guided reading sessions.

Spellings are sent home every Friday to be learnt and practiced for the test on the following Friday. All spellings will be in the Spelling booklet which was given out at the beginning of the year.

P.E. in the Spring term will be on Monday and Wednesday


Please visit our home learning class page for lots of information. This will be updated weekly.

Once we are out of lockdown, I will add a lot more to this page. For now, all of the information that you need will be on the home learning page.

Take care everyone!

Welcome from Mr Perry

Dear Parents/Carers,

As your child’s new class teacher, I would like to take the opportunity to introduce myself. My name is Mark Perry and I am absolutely delighted to be joining a wonderful team at Christ the King. Your child may be worried about meeting a new teacher but I will do everything in my power to support your child and to ensure that they continue to love school life!

Personally, this is a big change for me. I have taught for 16 years at my previous school and although I feel fortunate to have worked at a fantastic school, I was ready for a new challenge. I didn’t want to leave until I found a school that felt right for me. It is clear to me that Christ the King is a wonderful and warm school.  I know parents whose children have attended the school and have had only positive things to say about it. Christ the King was the school I attended as a little boy and from the first time I considered applying for the post, it just felt right! I have experienced working in one-form and two-form entry schools and there is something extra special about working in a smaller team and in a school where you really get to know all of the children. I am really excited to get started!

There will be some familiar faces amongst you all and I will look forward to meeting everyone after Christmas. I hope that you all manage to have a safe and enjoyable Christmas. Please feel free to contact me whenever you need.

See you in the New Year!

Mr. Perry

Sacramental Programme

Reconciliation Letter - Tuesday 13th October

Please contact the school office if you are unsure of your allocated time slot.

Learning Letters

 Every half term a Homework Challenge will be sent home and this will be linked to what we are learning about in class. 

Autumn 1     Autumn 2

Spring 1         Spring 2

Summer 1      Summer 2 

Spellings - Autumn 1 

James D          Austyn C          Grace C           Bradley D           Aaron F       Rafferty J

Grace R           Jessica S          Amelia T 

KIRF's (Key Instant Recall Facts)

Our Curriculum

Our class read is this half-term is ...







Despite the restrictions on our musical creativity, Mrs Room has been able to introduce silent music lessons, yes silent!

The children are learning signing to music and have had great fun learning this new skill.


Here are Year 4 retelling Le Monstre in French