Class 10

Welcome to Class 10!

Welcome to Class 10! Mr Ford is our class teacher and we are supported by the fantastic Mrs Briddock and Mrs Hinchliffe.  
We are a class of 27 hard-working and wonderful children who have a love for learning. Our aim is to try our very best each day in everything that we do whilst being polite, caring and friendly members of the Thorpe Hesley family.  
2023/24 holds very exciting times for our class and our school so take a look on our class page to see what we have been getting up to!

My door is always open to pop in and see me for any concerns or questions you have, I will be more than happy to help. I can be contacted via the main school office before or after the school day or through our year group email

I am really looking forward to welcoming your children into Class 10 and I know we will have a fantastic year. 

Our updates!

Move up day 2023!

We had a fantastic day getting to know each other! We are going to have the best time this year!

TTRS Day 2023

Anti-bullying week!

Good Luck Down Under, H!

Ready for Carnival!

P.E. Days

Our PE days are Tuesday and Wednesday afternoons. Please make sure your child has a white t-shirt, black shorts and black pumps/trainers with them for these days. For outdoor PE, your child will need black/grey joggers and jumper/hoodie, this should be at school at all times. Please note that PE kits should be brought in a draw-string bag.


Homework is set on a weekly basis. Your child will be set homework on a Friday and is due in the following Friday. Spellings are sent home weekly and should be practised throughout the week and transferred into writing. You will find your child’s spelling in their diary’s.


As a class, we are working together to achieve our Reading Reward, which means we must be making an effort to read at home as much as possible! It is important that you record when your child has read to you at home in their reading record to help your child earn their all-important reading tokens! Please ensure that you hear your child read at least 3 times a week as an absolute minimum – the more reading, the better our literacy, language and imaginative skills. Your child’s diary should be in school every day and will be checked every week.  

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