Phase 4

Welcome to Phase 4. This Phase is made up of of Year 5 and Year 6.

This Phase is led by Miss J Green (Phase Leader) alongside Mrs A Smith (Assistant Headteacher).


At BHPS we all share the same values, which you can see on the right.

Value points are awarded when children demonstrate our core values. These are called values points and are awarded through Class Dojo.

To find out what your children will be learning each half term, please see our Curriculum Overviews.

We also have a school Twitter account where you can keep up to date with weekly posts about your child’s phase and the exciting learning and events that take place! See our Twitter Feed on our home page.

If you have any concerns or pastoral issues you would like to share, in the first instance speak to your child’s class teacher, either directly in person or through class dojo (these messages of which will be responded to during the school working-hours). If it’s an urgent matter, please contact the school office.

The Phase 4 Team

In Year 5:

  • Miss Khan - 5K Class Teacher
  • Mrs Roberts - 5R Class Teacher
  • Miss Shaheen - 5S Class Teacher
  • Mrs Benmoulai - HTLA
  • Ms Matharu - Teaching Assistant
  • Mrs Scott - Teaching Assistant

In Year 6:

  • Mr Allen - 6A Class Teacher
  • Miss Choi - 6C Class Teacher
  • Miss Green - Phase Leader and 6G Class Teacher
  • Mrs Shaeen - HTLA
  • Ms Spencer - Teaching Assistant
  • Mrs Khan - Teaching Assistant

Our Learning

PE Days

PE will take place:

  • 5K on Monday and Tuesday
  • 5R on Monday and Thursday
  • 5S on Monday and Friday
  • 6A on Monday and Thursday
  • 6C and 6G on Wednesday and Thursday

PE is an important statutory weekly lesson and children must bring the appropriate clothing with them to school on the day of their lessons to be able to participate fully, which include:

  • Plain white t-shirt
  • Plain navy or black shorts
  • Navy or black jogging bottoms or track suit
  • Trainers (outdoor lessons) or pumps (indoor lessons)
  • One piece swimming costume or swimming trunks – navy or black (swimming shorts or beach wear is NOT permitted for swimming lessons).

Reading at Home

Children are expected to read at home every night. Children will bring back two books from school; one reading for pleasure book from the library and one banded book. We encourage children to share books with families at home.

Year 6 SATs Week 2024

Date Exam
Mon 13 May Grammar, Punctuation & Spelling - Paper 1
Grammar, Punctuation & Spelling - Paper 2
Tue 14 May English Reading
Wed 15 May Maths Paper 1 (Arithmetic)
Maths Paper 2 (Reasoning)
Thu 16 May Maths Paper 3 (Reasoning)


Sharing stories during Black History Month.
Cultural legacy is the golden thread that runs through our curriculum.

Creating our own emblems on Tudor Tuesday.
Writing with quills on Tudor Tuesday.

One of our inviting reading corners.
Writing on slate boards on Year 6's Victorian Day.

Playing Victorian games.
Our hands were inspected at regular intervals on Victorian Day.

Learning to play jazz tunes on the glockenspiel.
Outdoor maths during Maths Month.