New Timetable for Room 4

Hello everyone,

I hope you all had a lovely Christmas and New Year. This term Room 4’s weekly timetable has slightly changed, the details of this are below.


PE day – Room 4 now have PE with the Crossbar coaches on a Monday afternoon. Children to come into school wearing their PE kit.


This is a normal school day, children to come into school wearing their uniform.


Room 4 will be taught by Mr Boffey on a Wednesday morning. Mr Boffey did supply in Room 4 whilst I was on a first aid course, so the children are already familiar with him. Forest School has moved days, so children are to come into school wearing their uniform on a Wednesday


Forest School – this has now moved to a Thursday, so please send children in wearing their own clothes.


This is a normal school day, children to come into school wearing their uniform.


Miss Roberts


On Tuesday afternoon (15th December) it will be Room 4’s Christmas party! We will still have PE in the morning, so children are to come into school wearing their PE kit and bring their party clothes (not shoes) in their school bag. We will get changed after lunch ready for our party and then send children home in their party clothes.

I can’t wait to see your party outfits!

Forest School

Just to let you all know that Forest School will still be going ahead tomorrow (Wednesday 9th), but obviously children can wear their Christmas jumper with their outdoor clothes.

Next week (Wednesday 16th) we will be watching the pantomime in the morning, but will still go out to Forest School in the afternoon. So we won’t miss any sessions between now and the end of term.

Miss Roberts

Forest School

This week I am out of the classroom for training on Tuesday and Wednesday, therefore for this week only we will be moving our Forest School day to Thursday (12th). Our PE day will stay as Tuesday as normal, but please send children into school wearing their uniform on Wednesday.

Also, please be aware that we have chicken pox going around Room 4. If your child hasn’t had it yet, please check for spots before sending them into school in the morning – they have been springing up very quickly!

I’m looking forward to another lovely week in Room 4!

Miss Roberts


Since the start of term, we have acquired 4 unnamed jumpers. If you are missing a jumper, please let us know and you can have a look through our unnamed selection.

Just a reminder to PLEASE label everything that the children bring in to school (jumpers, coats, water bottles – the lot!) we have quite a few duplicates of different items, and sometimes the children can forget which item is theirs.

Thank you in advance,

Miss Roberts


Forest School

Wednesday will be Room 4’s first Forest School session and I’ve had a few queries from parents so I thought I would try and clarify the logistics for you all.

Every Wednesday, please send children into school wearing their own clothes that are suitable for the weather that day and you don’t mind getting a bit muddy! Please send children in wearing shoes or trainers with wellies separate. We will keep wellies in school on the rack outside Room 4 for any other adventures we might have on non-Forest School days.

Please also send in a set of waterproofs (either an all in one suit or separate trousers and coat – it’s up to you) which we will keep in school too. Please make sure these are named! We will send waterproofs home for a wash whenever they get too muddy.

We also have PE on a Tuesday, so children need to come in to school wearing their PE kit on this day. We will stay in this all day so no need for uniform.

So, to clarify what children need to wear to school each day:

Monday – school uniform

Tuesday – PE kit

Wednesday – Forest School clothes

Thursday – school uniform

Friday – school uniform


Please feel free to email me if you are unsure about anything. I’m looking forward to seeing all of Room 4 together for the first time tomorrow!

Miss Roberts



All of your children have now been made active on Tapestry, this means that when they start school, we can start adding observations for them which you can see at home.

It also means that you can upload pictures for us to see in school. If you would like to, it would be lovely if you could upload an observation to your child’s account showing us some things that they have been up to in the summer holidays, or of them doing something that they really enjoy at home. That way we can start to get to know your child a little bit more and hopefully have something to chat to them about on their first day.

I’m looking forward to your photos!