Hillcross Primary School
Welcome to Year 4
|Cassie Corrigan||Peter Hill||Lucy Kelsall|
Birch class teacher
Holly class teacher
Elm class teacher
Half-Term Spring 2
This half term (Spring 2), our topic is: 'Vicious Vikings'. Please see below for our curriculum newsletter detailing what we will be covering:
For a printable version, click here
Water Bottles & Snacks
All children must bring in a water bottle each day which should contain water only. Children may drink from these throughout the day and they have the opportunity to refill them when necessary.
In Year 4, children are allowed to bring in fresh fruit or vegetables to enjoy at break time. Please ensure this is clearly named so that it can be easily identified in the snack box at break time.
PE kit must be in school every day. Please send your child in with their bag on Monday, which will be sent home on a Friday. Should the children bring their kit home during the week, please ensure it is returned the following day.
All children write in a blue handwriting pen which will be provided by the school. Please provide your child with a small pencil case containing: a writing pencil, a small selection of colouring pencils, sharpener, a small ruler & a glue stick. Pencil cases should be small enough to fit into their trays. If having a pencil case is too much of a distraction to their learning, their pencil case will be sent home.
Start & End of the School Day
School opens at 8:35am and children should enter through the appropriate door before 8.45am. If arriving after this time, please enter via the office (please do not knock on class doors as this will distract from learning). Children will be dismissed at 3.10pm by the staff from the same door.
Year Group Specific Information
Our Year 4 performance will be on April 1st, we will be sending home lines for some children to learn.
There are numerous opportunities for you to join in with the life of the school in the
- Accompanying School Trips;
- Year Group show (Spring 2);
- Class Celebration (Autumn 2);
- Sports Day (Summer 1)
- FOH & Volunteering in School (by reading with children or supporting in class)
- Attending Fairs, book fairs, coffee mornings etc.
Hillcross is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and expects all staff, volunteers and visitors to share this commitment. This means that we have a Child Protection Policy and supporting procedures in place. All staff (including supply staff, volunteers and governors) must ensure that they are aware of these procedures. Parents and carers are welcome to read the policy on request.
Our Designated Safeguarding Leads (DSLs) are:
- Lisa Francis – Headteacher
- Helen Beckett – Deputy Headteacher
- Lee Christy - Assistant Headteacher
- Tanja Doig – Assistant Headteacher