4SC 2023 - 2024

Mr Cowhig

Mrs Harvey

Welcome to 4SC

We have missed you all and can't wait to have you back!

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This half term, we will have PE on Wednesdays and Thursdays.

School starts at 8.45, there will be a break at 10.20 and we will have lunches from 12 until 12.45

Best Wishes from Mr Cowhig

Classroom Routines

1) Waterbottles - bring your water bottles with you each day. These should contain water only and if you run out you can fill up in the classroom. If you can, try to use a reusable bottle.

2) Uniform - Last term, we noticed that some pupils are forgetting to wear the correct uniform. We believe that uniform is important and expect pupils to arrive in the correct clothing.


  • Black, navy or grey school trousers or shorts
  • Plain white or blue shirt, white or blue polo shirt or school polo shirt
  • Plain navy blue jumper, sweatshirt, cardigan or fleece
  • Black footwear.


  • Black, navy or grey school trousers, shorts or skirt
  • In warmer months, girls may wear a blue check summer dress
  • In colder months, girls may wear black, navy or grey tights
  • Plain white or blue shirt, white or blue polo shirt or school polo shirt
  • Plain navy blue jumper, sweatshirt, cardigan or fleece
  • Black footwear.


The children may only wear single stud earrings and a watch to school. This is for all of the children’s safety and also the security of any jewellery. No other jewellery is acceptable and your child will be asked to remove
it. Jewellery MUST NOT be worn for P.E. or swimming. 

If you are struggling to find suitable clothing, please let a member of staff know and we can provide help including clean, second hand items from the Whitehouse Centre. 

3) PE - our PE lessons will be on Wednesdays and Thursdays mornings this term. Please come to school in your PE kit including trainers, navy or black shorts or joggers, a plain white t-shirt and a plain navy jumper (if children are wearing inappropriate or colourful clothes, these fall outside of our school uniform policy and children will be asked to change). 

4) No football shirts - even if you have a sports club after school, football shirts are not allowed.

5) Homework will be given out on a Friday and is due the following Thursday. Any children struggling to complete homework at home, should ask for help from a school adult by Wednesday!

6) Golden Time will take place every Friday afternoon to celebrate the children's hard work and good behaviour - the children can bring one toy and we will sometimes have special activities.

7) Allergies - there are several children with severe nut allergies in the classroom so please avoid sending products with nuts into school.

8) Reading - We expect children to read at least 3 days in a week (out of 7 days) and to bring their planners every day for review. Children should record the name of the book and which pages they have read in their planners. We will give out champion points to regular readers!

9) Read Write Inc - to provide children with additional reading and writing support, some pupils will be receiving additional reading booklets. These correspond to the reading and writing activities we will complete in class. Practising at home will give your child a greater chance to thrive.

10) Logins - each child will be given a login to TT Rockstars and Purple Mash. These are all apps that you can access through most computers and laptops, as well as tablets. If you are missing or have misplaced a login, please let a school adult know.

11) Worries - If you or your child have any concerns, please communicate through their school planner or speak to one of the school adults at the end of the school day. We also have a feelings box at the front of the class for the children to put their worries, in case they feel uncomfortable speaking to a school adult.

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