Ninfield C of E Primary School

Diocese of Chichester Academy Trust

Indoor Athletics 15.3.23


Allotment 16.3.23




  • Leafhoppers Class

    - Leafhoppers -

    Welcome to our class page



     What was life like in Victorian Britain?

    Victorian Britain was a significant period of huge change in industry and technology, with amazing inventions that we still use today. But it was also a time of shocking divisions between rich and poor, when the population more than doubled and many people moved from the countryside to the towns in search of work in the new factories. We investigate what life was like in Victorian Britain.


    Website links you might like to explore:

    BBC History

     BBC History


    Keep revising your times tables using TTRS. You need to be able to quickly recall your facts up to 12 x 12 and their corresponding division facts.

    Both Year 3 and 4 children will need to complete the Multiplication Tables Check, so regularly looking at 'Soundcheck' on TTRS will really help you! You can also have a go at Multiplication Tables Check at home!

    TTRSMultiplication Tables Check



    This term, we will continue to read 'The Wind in the Willows' by Kenneth Grahame. We will keep using our reading strategies to support us with this!

    The Wind In The Willows (with an Introduction by Brian Jacques) by Kenneth  Grahame (9780141321134/Paperback) | LoveReading4Kids

    Please try to ensure you are reading at home as much as possible! Children who have read at home 5 days a week will receive a special 'READING ALL WEEK' Dojo. This will help you significantly in other areas of the curriculum! 



    Throughout the year, we will continue to look at the Year 3/4 Statutory Spellings. These are spellings that we are expected to learn throughout LKS2. Please follow the link to see these spellings and continue learning at home. We will also continue to follow the 'No Nonsense Spelling' curriculum.

    Statutory Spellings


    Here are some general educational resources  saved here for you to explore!