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Woodlands Primary School

Woodlands Primary School

Learn, explore and
grow together

Year 4

Welcome to the class page of Year 4

4 Bay, 4 Chestnut and 4 Hawthorn

4 Bay are taught by Mr Adams.

4 Chestnut are taught by Mrs Brown  and Mrs Rees-Porter

4 Hawthorn are taught by Mr Gosling.

Mrs Baker, Mrs Cook, Miss Collins and Mrs Lee work across all of the Year 4 classes

 

Homework

Maths homework will be handed out every other week on a Friday and will be due the following Tuesday.

Times tables tests will take place on a Wednesday and sheets will be handed out to practise on a Wednesday.

Spellings will be handed out on a Friday and will be tested on the following Friday

General Information

Homework Diary - The homework diary that your child will receive is intended to be used as a communication tool between parents and staff for homework, reading or general enquiries. We will endeavour to check the homework diary every day so please encourage your child to have it in school with them every day. If you have any concerns you wish to raise which are more personal or require a more in depth response then please write a separate letter to your child's class teacher. 

Uniform  - Please make sure that all school uniform and PE kit is clearly labelled as it helps the children to identify their own belongings. Please remind your child to bring a coat every day in the winter months and please also encourage your child to bring a named water bottle to school every day.

Medication - Please let the school and your child's class teacher know if your child has any condition requiring medication, including allergies or asthma. If your child needs to be on a course of medication then please complete the relevant form which is kept in the school office. 

October 2018 Update

Year 4 had a fantastic day at Horton Kirby on Tuesday 2nd October. We visited the River Darent to deepen our understanding of how erosion, deposition and transportation impact upon the course of a river.

The children had lots of fun racing ducks in the river to measure the speed of the flow, and no ducks were lost in the process this year!

Back at the education centre, we learnt all about the River Darent from the source to the mouth. The children created their own rivers out of mud and took on the role of an engineer, creating flood barriers and dams to protect their houses made out of Lego.

An enriching and enjoyable day was had by all.