Miss Lea’s Times Table Champions

Miss Lea has her results for time table champions, good luck!

And the winners are….





and last but not least is


Well done to everyone. They have all worked very hard and this will definitely help for when they go up through school. Keep practicing Year 4 and maybe next time you will be a winner next time.


Emily Mae

Miss Lea’s Times Table Champions.

Another week of hard work in Miss Lea’s maths group has seen another battle for the title of Times Table Champion. It has been really clear this week that you have been practising your multiplication facts hard at home so well done.

Two of our champions managed to keep hold of their titles this week. Well done Charlie and Maryam!
Our other champions are Liam, Ella and Kyle. Well done for your determination and perseverance!

Next week we will be challenging with up to our 7x tables.
Who will keep hold of their crown?

Miss Lea’s Times Table Champions

Its time to announce the winners of the of Miss Lea’s times table champions. The 5 times table champions this week are…





And last but not least


We would love to say well done to all of the champions. It is obvious that they have been working very hard on their times tables in class and at home. So yes, WELL DONE!

Elyse and Grace

Miss Lea’s Times Table Champions

Another exciting week in our Times Table Champions! There were some very close calls! People have clearly been practising hard – Well done!
Our winners were
Holly, Jo, Kaitlin, Liam and Millie.
Well done everybody!

1 more until christmas!

After Christmas we will be having KIRF champion every week! We will start from KIRF 2 and build from there!

KIRF assembly

Mr Sidebottom had a important assembly about KIRFs. On Wednesday, different children if they want will go up and answer maths questions.Last week 3L and 3G battled and the winners were 3G – well done 3G!
We should be doing kirfs now in KS2 to help our maths working. To do them you need to be fast and confident but do not get your hope up because you might not be picked.

by Emily Mea