St.Stephen's School

Class 4LH

Hello from 4LH!

We are a kind, thoughtful and respectful class with a lot of exciting activities to look forward to this year. We are based in Room 15 and our teacher is Laura Hudson and the wonderful support staff include Jo, Tyler, Rama and Mehreen.

This year, our goal is to become resilient and confident students who always strive to do their best. As a class we have created our WE CARE Charter as a way to reach this goal and have the best working environment in which we all respect one another.

This year we want to continue to challenge ourselves during our studies; particularly times tables! With the National Times Table Screening coming up at the end of Year 4 we are all striving to learn all of our times tables. Our immersive curriculum will also lead to lots of exciting less?ons and themes that will lead to depth in our learning.

We are also lucky enough this year to start our swimming lessons, which means getting our swimmers and goggles ready for a big splash. It’s a valuable life lesson that we are looking forward to experiencing.

We are looking forward to a great year!

4LH Class Charter

Each class at St. Stephen’s Primary School will complete a class charter, outlining agreements for members of the class and duty bearers (adults). All pupils are entitled to receive their rights. This class charter will form the basis of a display in class, be displayed on the class website page and also be used for class disciplinary matters.



Our definitions

Class Charter


To be safe, happy and healthy.

Article 24- Every Child has the right to the best possible health.

1.To regularly exercise to keep our bodies and mind healthy.

2.To eat all our fruit and vegetables at lunchtime. 


To share our views and listen to others.

Article 12- Every child has the right to have a say in all matters affecting them.

1.To listen carefully to those expressing their opinions.

2.To share opinions with confidence.


To be polite and courteous at all times.

1.To use caring language towards our classroom peers.

2.To share equipment kindly with our tables.


To aspire and achieve  our potential and beyond.

Article 28- Every child has the right to an education.

     1.To work quietly to allow others to

       concentrate and achieve.

     2.To be resilient during challenges.


To be respected, respect others, ourselves and our environment.

1.To respect each other by listening carefully when others are talking.

2.To respect our environment by keeping it clean and tidy.


Everyone receives the same treatment.

Article 2 -Every child has the right to the convention without discrimination.

1.To treat everyone fairly, no matter their gender.

2. To treat others how we wish to be treated.