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Eagle Classes - Years 3 & 4

Welcome to Eagles

Eagles consists of the year 3/4 classes - Verreaux, Imperial and Pallas.



Mrs Veeder & Mrs Tustin - Imperial class

Mrs Henderson - Pallas class

Miss Rodgers - Verreaux class


Teaching Assistants

Mrs Miles, Mrs Ashley-Cox and Mrs Hathaway - Imperial class

Mrs Russell - Pallas class

Mrs Harris - Verreaux class


We will use this page to keep you up to date with all the relevant information that you will need to know throughout the school year and we will use our class pages to showcase snippets of our fantastic learning and the wonderful work produced by the children.


We look forward to the fabulous year ahead with our classes! smiley


You will recieve homework from your class teacher weekly. Homework is handed out every Wednesday and children must return it by Monday.

Homework includes: 

  • Reading
  • Theme
  • Maths (set by your maths teacher)
  • Spelling


Spelling homework is sent home in a seperate homework book on Thursday and returned for the following Thursday.


This term our theme is 'Into the Wild' we are enjoying looking at non chronological reports and learning about various animals. 


This term the Eagles classes will be learning about the story of the 'Snow Queen'. We are very excited about the fantastic wintery term ahead. We hope you all enjoyed the half term and are well rested ready to begin!

20.10.17 - Diwali celebrations



We had a fantastic day. We participated in activities involving art, building shapes and drama.


We all had a fantastic trip to Blenheim Palace and have improved our Winston Churchill knowledge. We enjoyed sketching the Palace, a tour of the Palace and an afternoon in the 'Pleasure Gardens'. Lots of fun, laughter and learning occured. 


Roald Dahl Day -13/9/17


The children in Eagles had a great day yesterday. They were lucky enough to be a part of an online stream with other schools across the country to celebrate Roald Dahl's Birthday.

We saw Quentin Blake illustrate a character from 'Billy and the Minpins' and the children had a go at drawing along.