.....Kindness.....Dignity.....Endurance.....Welcome to our school. Things are a bit different right now, but we are so pleased to see you!.....Kindness.....Dignity.....Endurance.....


Teachers: Miss P Clowes

Teaching Assistants - Mrs Wells (pm) and Mrs G Gurung

PPA Cover - Ms C Wildman (Monday and Wednesday am)


Welcome to Wardour Class

You have all settled back into the school rhythm really well ensuring that you are following our new rules to help keep everyone safe during this time. It has been great getting to know you this past week and seeing some of your excellent work.

Already we have learnt how to read and plot coordinates, how to partition a four-digit number, what electricity is, as well as diving into our Roman topic, looking at where they came from and what they brought with them. We have been recapping our 2, 5 and 10 times table, improving each day. Please continue this hard work. You have really engaged in our guided reading text of Charlotte's Web as well as our reading for pleasure book, Milton the Mighty.

You are all trying so hard at showing our values of dignity, endurance and kindness in everything we do – keep it up!

Each week I will be updating this page with our phonic recap focus (our tricky alternative sounds) to support our spellings and interactive multiplication games! See this weeks below: 


The /s/ sound on the end of a word is sometimes spelled ce

Here are some examples:

Lace, pace, race, juice, choice, advice, device, sacrifice


On the end of a word the /s/ sound after the letter n is most often spelled ce.

Here are some examples:

Chance, glance, stance, instance, commence, sentence, announce, pronounce


On the end of a word the /s/ sound after the letter r can sometimes be spelled ce.

Here are some examples:

Farce, fierce, resource, divorce, pierce, force


On the end of a word of more than on syllable the /iss/ sound is usually spelled ice.

Here are some examples:

Bodice, hospice, novice, office, practice, service, solstice, apprentice, prejudice


Before the letter y the sound /s/ can be spelled with the letter c.

Here are some examples:

Cynic, emergency, fancy, mercy, policy, privacy, urgency, accuracy



Interactive maths sites: 




Miss Clowes