St.Stephen's School

Class 4PC

Greetings and welcome to 4PC! 

Our class is well-behaved, respectful, and enthusiastic, and this year is filled with engaging events. Paul Connelly is our teacher and we are in Room 14. Additionally, we are really fortunate to have Hazra Thawa with us, who will support us as we learn. 

By expanding on what we have already learned, we want to increase our knowledge and understanding this year. We will constantly work to improve. We have developed a new class ethos called WE CARE that will help us achieve our objective and improve us as individuals.

This year, we want to keep pushing ourselves academically, especially with times tables! We strive to recall all our multiplication facts up to 12x12 in preparation for the National Times Table Screening at the end of year 4. 

Don’t forget that we have the highly anticipated swimming lessons in year 4 too!. We will be travelling to the world famous Olympic Park to learn and practise swimming at the Aquatic Centre in Stratford! We can hardly wait!

As well as this, numerous engaging topics and themes will be part of our immersive curriculum, which will result in in-depth learning. We're looking forward to learning about a range of fascinating subjects, participating in in-depth discussion, and learning through asking lots of questions. 

We are anticipating a happy, productive and educational year! 

 

 Class 4PC

St. Stephen’s WE CARE Rights and Responsibilities   

At St. Stephen’s Federation, we believe that all our pupils, staff and school community share the same WE CARE rights. 

The class rules are created and agreed with all the children in the class. 

WE CARE Rights

Our Defined Charter

Well-being

To be safe, happy and healthy

We will: eat and rest to re energise ourselves

Expression

To share our views and listen to others.

We will: appreciate what others have to say and value their opinions

Courtesy

To be polite and use our manners at all times.

We will: make sure we say thank you and please when needed and be grateful for what we have.

Acceptance

To understand and appreciate each other, no matter who or where we come from.

We will: promise to care for everyone no matter their race or gender.

Respect

To treat others, ourselves and our environment with kindness.

We will: listen to others when they are speaking and give them our full attention.

Excellence

To aspire and achieve our potential and beyond.

We will: help others with their learning and challenge ourselves to achieve our greatest potential.