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Welcome to Stanwick Class...

In Stanwick class, you’ll find year 3 and 4 hard at work with Mrs Murray and Miss Blain. This term, our class theme is ‘Raiders and Traders’. We are learning about the history of the trading Anglo-Saxon’s and the raiding Vikings.  We will look at the geography of where they came from and how they settled into life in Britain. We will look at comparing and contrasting their religious beliefs and their home lives. Finally, we will look at how their historical eras came to an end. In our art (which is inspired by these historical giants), we will be looking at watercolours of Viking boats, weaving and even sewing our own mini tapestry. In English, we will be looking at Mrs Murray’s favourite story, Beowulf and creating our own epic tale. 

English

Here are some of the books that Stanwick class will be using this term which you may like to purchase and read with your child are home:

 

Maths

The links below will enable you to see the maths curriculum for year 3 and 4 combined.  You will also be able to click on the knowledge organisers for each year group which will be useful when you are supporting your child at home.

Knowledge Organisers

Click on the links below for the termly knowldge organisers for different subject areas.  You can support your child at home by helping them to learn the key vocabulary and facts witin these documents.

Curriculum Web

Long Term Map

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Milton Parochial Primary School

Green Street
Milton Malsor
Northampton
NN7 3AT

Tel: 01604 858816

​NB: Fully accessible entrance via car park. Assistance available via intercom.

About Us

We are a small well-resourced Church of England primary school with 89 pupils currently on roll. At Milton, there is a strong Christian ethos that pervades all areas of school life. We have strong links with our local church and community. There is a good 'family' feel - we know each other well. 

New children are assigned a 'buddy', settle well and make friends quickly. We are pleased to be a member of the Peterborough Diocese Education Trust. Click here for the PDET news page.