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HadlowPrimary School

Happiness, Progress, Success

Term 1

Welcome to year 4!

Key information:

- PE is every Tuesday and Friday

- Reading diaries need to be handed in every day.

- Spellings will go out Monday, and put on the webpage. The children will have a spelling test every Friday.

- Times tables need to be practised at home. They will have a times tables test every Friday.


Creative Mondays in English! 
Every Monday, we learn a new skill and show our understanding in a creative way. We then use what we have produced to help and support us to put our learning into practice during the week. The children have produced some really colourful and eye catching work! 



Dog’s Trust Visit

On Monday, we were lucky enough to have a visit from The Dogs’ Trust. We had a fantastic time learning all about dogs and how we can keep safe around them. We all particularly enjoyed meeting Larry!

Harvest festival

Some members of Chestnut class enjoyed performing a wonderful poem during our special Harvest service in the church. We hope that those of you who were able to come along, agree that they did a fabulous job! It is never easy to stand up in front of a big group, but they took it in their stride! The service was a fantastic occasion, full of uplifting singing and giving thanks for all that Harvest has to offer. 

Spellings week 5


Mrs O’Neill’s group


actual       centre         enough         heart           natural             potatoes            strength

Mrs Rolls’ group


his     all       but       can     that      we       with        are

Spellings Week 4

Mrs O'Neill's group:


Accidentally    caught          eighth             heard            possible        minute      strange


Mrs Rolls' Group:


Was            you            they            on              she              is             for              at


Week 2

In English, our topic this term is ‘The Power of Pictures’. The children have written and edited some super setting descriptions based on images from one of our texts, ‘The Hunter’.

We have been looking at place value in our Maths learning. The children have been using lots of manipulatives and hands on activities to partition and represent numbers up to 10,000.

Week 3

In our English lessons, we have been learning about the different kinds of prepositions. Our work was inspired by the poem: The Lonely Mountain by L. L Goodrum. We then use these prepositions to describe the mountain and all the wonderful scenery around it. 


Within Math, we have been looking at flexibly partitioning numbers to 10,000 using a variety of different ways. 


Hadlow Primary School

Hadlow, Tonbridge, Kent, TN11 0EH