Welcome to Year 4
4B – Miss Batt
Welcome to 4B
4B is a class full of positive energy and enthusiasm. We encourage each other to do our best in everything we do and celebrate each other’s achievements and successes with pride. We started the year gaining 100% attendance; winning an extra play time. Let’s hope we keep this up for the rest of the year and we can win the big attendance prizes! You’ve got to be in it to win it!
This year 4B will have lots of opportunities for practical, engaging and fun learning. Memorable experiences will be created throughout the year. This will filter through exciting topics such as the Victorians, Electricity, WW2 and Volcanoes. As well as other interesting opportunities like visiting Chester in search of evidence of the Romans, excavating at the school allotment, accessing all types of forms of technology and working alongside outside agencies such as LFC in sports and Apple of My Eye in food technology. In fact, there’s too many to mention.
Here’s to a successful and rewarding year.
Miss Batt (Class Teacher – 4B)
4M – Miss McCarrick & Mrs Church
Welcome to 4M.
Welcome to class 4M. In our classroom we will pride ourselves on becoming more independent leaners. We will do this by having an enthusiastic and positive approach to each day motivated by a range of excellent learning opportunities. I aim to create memorable experiences for our children, inside and outside of the classroom, challenging their inquisitive minds in class and with exciting out of school educational visits and trips. We always promote positive behaviour in 4M and use Dojo points to reward children who always try their best and who demonstrate our six core ‘DREAMS’ values.
I’m very much looking forward to the coming year and the exciting topics we will learn about. Learning about South America and Europe and what it’s like to live in these places to learning about Volcanoes across the world and the ferociousness of them. I cannot wait to teach topics such as the Romans, Victorians and the Shang Dynasty, having recently seen the Terracotta Warrior myself. In Science, we will learn about electricity and how it works. These are just some of the excellent and exciting topics we have to look forwards to this year. I know this year will be brilliant and your children will work extremely hard to reach their full potential. Working as a team, will ensure that we all reach our final goals and have an enjoyable time in Year 4 making memories to cherish.
Miss McCarrick (Class Teacher – 4M)
4D – Mr Derbyshire, Mrs Sainsbury & Ms Conlon
Welcome to 4D.
Our classroom is a fun and energetic environment, full of determined and motivated learners. As the class teacher, I aim to motivate the pupils by providing lots of exciting learning opportunities and to support them in becoming more resilient and independent learners across all areas of the curriculum. In 4D, we pride ourselves on how well behaved we are and this certainly does not go unnoticed as I am considered to be ‘The King of Dojos’. We always aim to be the best class in the school and one way of doing this is to ensure we always refer back to our schools six core values: Determination, Resilience, Empowerment, Appreciation, Motivation, Safety (DREAMS). I encourage the pupils to display these each and every day.
This year we will cover many exciting topics such as: South America and Volcanoes. As a very keen historian myself, I am particularly excited about teaching topics such as the Romans. I am responsible for leading History across the school and I’m sure that I can enthuse and engage the pupils in my class to become keen historians too. We always look to deepen our understanding in each subject area through enrichment trips and visits to places of interest such as Fiddler’s Ferry Power Station and the World Museum. I believe that if we all work together as a team, then we will have a very enjoyable and successful year.
Mr Derbyshire (Class Teacher – 4D)
Year 4 Expectations
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