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Hello Williams


I hope you have had a lovely weekend!

Hopefully you are enjoying your trip Around the World

Lots of you seem to be having fun with the activities that Mrs Sibley and I have planned for you so far. Don't forget to send in all your learning so that we can see how hard you are working!


I am working in school now but please keep sending your learning and Mrs Sibley will pick it up. I am still checking the page regularly too to check your progress. If you need anything at all, please use the contact form for Mrs Sibley on Churchill's class page or contact the school office. You can still send me a message via this page, if you would like to, and I will reply as soon as I can. 


Stay safe,

Miss Stanbridge

Links to Home Learning:

How amazing are these Rainforest pieces of learning!

Unity has a special message for you, please click the link below...

Hello Williams Class, 


Welcome to your class page with your new teacher, Miss Stanbridge (me!).


I hope you are staying safe and busy. I will put up lots of activities and ideas for your learning on this page over the summer term.

I will introduce myself here soon so watch this space!


Miss Stanbridge

Hello from Miss Stanbridge

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Contact Miss Stanbridge

If you need help, want to show me something, need me to answer a question or simply want to say hello, then leave me a message.

Welcome to Williams Class Page

Teacher: Miss Stanbridge    LSA: Mrs Feaviour


Important information



Wednesday morning - please send your child in wearing their PE kit (plain white top and black/grey bottoms) and their Unity purple jumper.


Monday afternoon Year 4 will be going swimming at the Academy. Please send you PE child in with a bag containing a swimsuit, a towel and goggles (if they want). 

Home learning: 

On occasion we will be sending home activities for your children to complete, these don’t need to be brought back in unless simply for sharing what they have done. 
Children are expected to read for at least 5 minutes a day with someone at home and then have their reading records sign so we can see. This is to enable them to achieve Reading Certificates and be celebrated.  

Follow this link to all the home learning websites available to the children. 

Other websites you could use:






Spring Term Project: 


Where would we be without water?

Autumn Term Project:


What did the Romans do for us?


Our Autumn term project asked 'What did the Romans do for us?' and encouraged us to look at our local surroundings for clues. 


In December, we visited Colchester Castle, which showcases many Roman treasures and inventions to give us clues about how the Romans have shaped our lives.


We started by learning about the struggle for power between the Romans and the Celts including East Anglia's own Boudicca.

We researched the life of a Roman gladiator and their journey to becoming a fighting machine.

In Science, we explored different ways that we can look after our teeth and what can happen if we don't.