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Welcome to Rhino Class 2020 - 2021



Hello! Welcome to another school year at Woodlea! We are delighted to have all of the children back in school and can’t wait to get stuck into our learning this year...


Important information about your child's learning has been shared below and the information will be updated regularly. We will also be sharing all the amazing things we get up to in the Rhino class - so please keep an eye out for updates.




Mrs Archer is the NEW Rhinos class teacher and she will be assisted by Mrs Stableford. They will be in class every day supporting our learning. 

In English this half term, we will be completing a bridging unit based on the story of the Loch Ness Monster. It aims to cover skills missed in Year Three and will be incorporating Year Four learning.


In our Maths, we are excited to be starting the Maths No Problem scheme of work and will begin by looking at counting and place value.


The focus of our wider curriculum for the Autumn Term will be Ancient Greece. Geography and History lessons will cover the location of the country, what life was like in Ancient Greece and how Greek society has impacted on our daily life.




If your child is in the Rhino class, you will be sent the details to access your child’s SeeSaw account. We will be sharing updates, letters and our work via this platform. Due to the current guidance, our open door policy is restricted but if you have any concerns, please message via SeeSaw and Mrs Archer will be able to assist you!




Homework will be set on Wednesday to be returned on Monday. It will set through Seesaw online. Homework club will be on a Thursday after school until 4pm where children can access iPads and staff support. You do not need to sign your child up for homework club. 





Our PE days are Monday and Friday. Please make sure your child’s PE kit is in school. We will be doing as many PE lessons as we can outside. Therefore, if you want to send an outdoor kit (tracksuit top and pants) you may. Please note, kits will be kept in school until the half term when they will be taken home.




Children must read at home a minimum of four times within a week. Books will go home on a Monday and must be returned on a Friday. Reading records must be signed by an adult.



Year 4 Termly Newsletter

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