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Moat house primary school

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Year 3 & 4


Welcome to the Lower Key Stage 2 website area. There are four classes in this phase: 3NL, 3CD, 4MW and 4SG. Every morning, we have Literacy and Mathematics lessons. In the afternoons we learn French, RE, PE,  Music, computing and PSHE. We also learn History, Geography and Art through the Creative Curriculum topics (see below). 



Mr KellyPhase Leader/Assistant Headteacher 

Miss Lynch

Year 3 Teacher   

Miss Dobos

Year 3 Teacher

Miss Wooding

Year 4 Teacher

Mr Gilmour

Year 4 Teacher

Mrs KriaunHigh Level Teaching Assistant

Mrs Jola

Teaching Assistant

Mrs EdwardsTeaching Assistant
Miss RhodesEAL/Teaching Assistant


Highly Sprung:     

Year 3 are working through a new Highly Sprung topic called ‘Hidden in Plain Sight’. They are helping Sally solve a mystery after she found a box of artefacts from America, dating back to the 1800s. As a result, they have begun to learn about America in the 1800s and the slave trade, through drama and movement sequences. They are only at the beginning of the topic but they can’t wait to learn more about the mysterious artefacts, as well as William and Eileen Craft.


Please see class windows for half termly updates of when your child will participate in PE (outdoor or indoor)


Dance with Token




Swimming in Year 4:          

Every Wednesday, our Year 4 children take part in swimming lessons at the Alan Higgs Centre. They are grouped according to their ability and develop their swimming skills, which can range from developing their confidence in water, to building their swimming stamina to enable them to swim for 25 metres, which is the national expectation for the end of Key Stage 2. It would be really beneficial if parents could support this learning by taking children to the local swimming baths, after school or at weekends as it is a skill which could save their life. Please remember: for swimming lessons, boys need to wear swimming trunks that are above the knee and girls need to wear an all in one swimming costume.

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