Rothwell Victoria Junior School

A Happy Place to Learn

Victoria Junior School
Cornwall Crescent,
Leeds, West Yorkshire LS26 0RA

Please contact Mrs S Ramskill on:

0113 393 2926​

Yellow Class

Welcome to Yellow Class's page! In Yellow Class, there is our class teacher, Miss Houlden,  and our support assistant, Mr Miah. We are supported by Mrs Ellis and Mrs Irving, our HLTAs. We have 28 children in our class and they are a mix of year 3 and 4.   

Please click here if you missed the Castleton 2018 meeting for your current Year 4 child


Well done Tony Musara for a fantastic explanation text about platnts. Great vocabulary used Tony!




Well done to Holly Hart for always giving 100% to all her studies!

Well done to Jake Scholes for showing great adding and subtracting skills this week!

Dates for your diary:


20th April - Science Day

w/c 21st May - British Values Week

25th May - Break up

4th June - School open

18th June - Olympic athlete visit

6th July - Leavers assembly

w/c 9th July - Sports afternoon (weather permitting)

16th & 17th July - Transition days

20th July - Break up


Weekly Routines


Yellow class have PE on Tuesdays and Fridays and swimming on Wednesdays for Y3. Homework is given each Monday and X table tests are done on this day too.


Children are now allocated a day (Monday, Tuesday or Fridays) when the are tested on their spellings and given new spellings for the next week. The date for your child can be found on their weekly spelling sheet.

Reading books and planners should be signed by adults and presented on Mondays and Thursdays.


This week in Mathematics we are recapping on negative numbers from last week and we will be recapping on the properties of 3d and 2d shapes.

In English, we are looking at the features of a diary. We are going to be researching John O'Gaunt and writing a diary extract as him.



Year 3 English: pgs 92 + 93

Year 3 Maths: 58 + 59

Maths is recapping on previous learning.


Year 4 English: pgs 20 + 21

Year 4 Maths: pgs 66 + 67

Maths homework is recapping on previous learning.


Date set: 02/07/2018

Due back: 09/07/2018


Brazil and the UK

This week we have been looking at where in the world Brazil and the UK are. This week, we are researching the similarities and differences between Brasilia and Rothwell.

In Science we are learning about plants.

We are looking at the life cycle of a plant. We are continuing to write a diary entry as a seed going through the process of change.

In Music, we are looking at the Ten Pieces on the BBC called 'There's no place like....'

We have started to plan our piece by noting down what instruments we are going to use and when they are going to be played.


In DT, we are making our own bug hotels.