Thomas Jolyffe Primary School

Thomas Jolyffe Primary School

Year 4 - Mr Crocker and Mrs Morris

Welcome to Year 4



Congratulations to Mrs Morris on the arrival of baby Rudy on Sunday 28th June.


 Mrs Preedy will be taking over responsibility for 4M until the end of this academic year. Please direct all enquiries regarding 4M to Mrs Preedy at Mr Crocker is also available as a point of contact. Thank you.


Welcome to the Summer Term! 


This term, we will continue to upload daily English and Maths tasks and leave the previous 4 days, should you wish to go back to anything. You will also find Mr Penn’s Online Classroom, some ‘Wright’ Relief, the Daily PE challenge and resources for children who speak multiple languages under the Class Pages tab. We're hoping this will provide you with a variety of things to do together, but please don’t think it is all mandatory! We appreciate not everything will suit everyone and are conscious that everyone’s well-being is paramount.


We love to hear from you and find out what you are up to. We really do miss the daily interactions and learning experiences so please do get in touch with any messages and photos of the activities you have been up to. When you get in touch, please let us know if you are happy for any photos to be added to our school twitter feed. You can also tweet us photos by including #TJ4M or #TJ4C. That way others can see what you’ve been up to and comment!


Please feel free to email us any questions you may have about the activities we post on here. We’ll endeavour to reply to you as soon as we can.


Mrs Morris -

Mrs Preedy-

Mr Crocker -


Best wishes and stay safe!

Mrs Morris & Mr Crocker



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Hello to 4M

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