St Kenelm's Church of England Primary School

St Kenelm's Church of England Primary School

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Year 4

Our Year 4 teacher is Miss S. Johnson (B.A. Hons) and PGCE (Mathematics Specialist). I am supported by Learning Support Assistants, Mrs J Moore, Mrs J Hartley and Mrs K Badger.

 

 Find out more about Miss S Johnson...

"Hello, I'm Sandra Johnson, Year 4 Teacher. My curriculum responsibility, along with Mrs Shackleton and Mrs Thomas is Assessment. There have been significant changes in assessing pupil's attainment and progress and I hope that my mathematics background will facilitate this. During my teaching career, I have mainly taught in Key Stage 2 and have also been involved in coaching groups of Year 6 children (within school) in revision classes for maths and English.

I joined St Kenelm's at the beginning of the autumn term and am really enjoying working in such a lovely school environment and have found everyone very friendly and welcoming. Prior to working at St Kenelm's, I worked in a church school in Birmingham and also, as a child, attended a church school, so I very much enjoy being part of a school with strong Christian values. Before my career in teaching, I worked in the Banking sector both locally and in London.

Outside of school, I enjoy playing racketball, meeting friends for a coffee and walking over Clent hills with my family." 

 

Find out more about Mrs J Moore...

“I have been lucky enough to have worked at St. Kenelm’s since 2004. Being a local resident, I feel very proud of our school, our pupils and being part of a friendly team.

“You will often see me walking around the village with my huge Labradoodle dog, Bertie”