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Westover Green Community School

Year 4 Larch

Welcome to Larch Class's website page.  We are a year 4 class, taught by Mr Boucher and supported by the year 4 team: Mrs Braund, Mrs Ruddock, Mrs Parkin, Ms Pople, Mrs Sparks, Mrs Ennals and Miss Criddle.

Newsletter and Expectations

Autumn Term News Letter

Expectations in English

Expectations in Maths

Curriculum Overview

Click on the links below to find out what we are learning this year.

Autumn Term Curriculum Overview

Spring Term Curriculum Overview

Summer Term Curriculum Overview


Have a look at a typical week of lessons in Larch Class

Larch Timetable HT1


  1. Practice multiplication tables and corresponding division facts daily.
  2. Read at least five times each week with an adult and sign the child’s reading record.
  3. English and Maths homework (alternate weeks)

Homework and reading is set on a Wednesday and handed in, completed, by the following Wednesday (of course, it can be handed in before then, in order to avoid last minute panic).  In KS2 we work on encouraging children to be independent and take responsibility.  


Every child is encouraged to read at home.  Every time you listen to your child please add a signature into the space provided in the yellow reading record. This must be signed by a parent or a carer or another family member that is 16 years +.  Please listen to your child read at least five times per week and ask them questions to check their understanding. 


Larch Class September 2019


P.E. with Mr Hammond Getting fit Keeping our bodies healthy

 Computing / I.C.T.

Coding to problem solve Teamwork Engaged with their learning

Creativity Week - New Zealand

In October we participated in our school Multicultural Cultural Creativity Week.  In Year 4 we looked at New Zealand and the Maori culture.  We had a brilliant Haka workshop, where we learnt the traditional dance of the Maori people and cultural stories which have been passed down through generations.

 Topic - Bridgwater

A photo of Larch Class next to the Squiber statue. We walked around Bridgwater and took note of historical information. We visited Silver Street in Bridgwater which is one of the oldest streets in Bridgwater.