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Welcome to E.B. White Class


                    Class Teacher : Miss Ahako                                                                   Teaching Assistant: Miss Rukiye


4A have been learning about Elwyn Brooks White as their class author. E.B. White was an American writer. White was born on July 11, 1899, in Mount Vernon, New York.  He was a writer and contributing editor to The New Yorker magazine, and also a co-author of the English language style guide The Elements of Style.

In 1930, E.B. White started writing  children's fiction books on behalf of a niece, Janice Hart White. He was the author of several highly popular books for children, including Stuart Little, Charlotte's Web, and The Trumpet of the Swan.  


Hello 4A, 

Welcome back to school! It has really been lovely getting to know you all and having you as my new class the last few weeks. Well done to everyone for trying your best and hardest since being back, especially after such a long time out of school. I look forward to this year with you all and let's make this an amazing year of resilience,aspirations,courage and creativity!


Miss Ahako 


All class names this year are based on writing authors.

We have been learning about E.B White's life, his writing background and books. With this, we became newsletter researchers and wrote biographies and diary entries based on the characters point of view, from his story book 'Stuart Little'. Not only this, they all produced amazing oil pastel portraits of E.B. White and used their artistic skills to create different things that represent three of his most famous children's books.  These were all used to create our brilliant class display.






4A Leaflet Autumn

Recommended Reading List for Year 4


Please support your child in the following:


  • Reading every night & completing accelerated reader quizzes as often as possible
  • Completing weekly home learning, due in every Wednesday 
  • Completing weekly MyMaths homework (link above), by the end of each Monday
  • Learning weekly spellings, to be tested every Friday
  • Learning times tables up to 12x12 (link above)