Class Four

In Class 4 our teachers are Mrs Smith (who is the Special Needs and Disabilities Deputy Coordinator) who teaches us for four days a week and Mrs Hopley who teaches us on a Thursday.

We also have the support of our teaching assistant, Miss Entwistle who leads Global Learning and supports/pilots ICT provision  and STEM (Science Engineering and Maths Learning) for the school in liaison with the headteacher. 

Our learning in Class 4 is based around lots of exciting topics like 'Fantastic Fairtrade,' 'Heroes and Villains' and 'Who Dunnit!'  We use these topics to inspire most of our subjects like Literacy, Art, Design Technology and Science. A really important feature of our class is to make cross curricular links whenever possible and we like to start with a 'wow' beginning and end with a 'fantastic finish.'  Where possible we try to include trips and visitors within these topics, which are experiences that help to make our learning real and much more exciting. As we benefit from having support from Miss Entwistle we like to include STEM activities when possible to support our learning.  

 

 

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