Year 4 Class Blog

Year 4 Introduction Letter, Term 3, 2018                                             Print version 

 

Dear Parents/Carers,

Greetings! My name is Jennifer Green and I am your child’s new teacher.

I have spent the past two weeks getting to know your child and their classroom. In this regard, I can truly say that I am excited to be your child’s new teacher. I am also looking forward to working in partnership with you and your child throughout the remainder of the school year.

 

To give you a sense of what you and your child can expect from me this semester, I would like to share a bit about our classroom and briefly explain part of my teaching philosophy. During this semester we will be reviewing many things, learning even more and of course, having lots of fun along the way! Homework will commence shortly, using a common grid format. I plan to continue to get to know your child and their classmates better, as I believe getting to know each child well, and how they learn, is of paramount importance to every student’s successful teaching and learning. I also believe that every student is unique and thus brings with them an array of rich and diverse interests, learning styles, knowledge and experiences. My goal is for our classroom to be a community of learners, based on mutual respect for individual differences and where all students, and their families, always feel welcomed, valued and included.

 

Whist this letter is only a brief introduction, I hope that you will feel comfortable with my new role in your child’s class. If, at any time, you have any questions or concerns please do not hesitate to contact me via email at jennifer.green@bne.catholic.edu.au. To arrange a meeting, please feel free to make an appointment through the school office via telephone number 3355 7763 or an email to pmitchelton@bne.catholic.edu.au .

 

I plan to post a Year 4 term outline in the near future. In the interim, I am looking forward to working in partnership with you and your child to support their ongoing, educational success.

 

Sincerely,

Mrs. Jennifer Green.

Classroom Teacher