4 / 5 Team
As always, if you have any questions or worries about anything please pop in after school or leave a message in the office and we will get back to you.
The 4/5 Team
Miss J Bullen
Class teacher and Head of KS2
Miss Bullen has taught at Countess Wear Community School for 18 years! She is the Team Leader of 4/5 as well as the Key Stage 2 Leader. She loves to travel and can line dance. Her passions are anything Disney and the colour pink!
Mr J Denton
Mr. Denton joined the team at Countess Wear Community School this year after teaching for a couple of years up in Oxford where he also studied Education at the university there. Mr. Denton has two real passions in life outside of school - sport and reading.
Miss S Carder
Miss Carder started at Countess Wear Community School, Easter 2017 covering a maternity leave in Year 2. She had taught previously in a small village school and then did some supply work before joining Countess Wear. Miss Carder loves to be crafty, anything from painting to sewing, she makes Christmas crackers each year for her family with personalised gifts and jokes inside. She also loves playing and building Lego sets.
As a reminder, Key Stage 2 fruit snacks are not provided, so please send your child with a piece of raw fruit or vegetable for playtime. In the classroom, each child has their own numbered cup to drink from throughout the day. We encourage children to drink water regularly.
Indoor PE for 5B and 4C is on Wednesdays.
5B will then also have a slot, with Andy, on Thursdays. This will provide them with some high-quality Tennis tuition - Look out Andy Murray!
4/5D are in a very fortunate position as they will receive 2 hours ofAndy's precious time on a Friday afternoon for this half term!
Please make sure your child has a full and named PE kit in a separate bag that can stay in school including a gold t-shirt, black shorts for inside and tracksuit bottoms for outside, and black plimsolls and/ or trainers.
This year, Forest School is included in the rotation of curriculum areas on a Friday afternoon.
Beyond the Magic Kingdom, what is the 'Sunshine State' really like?
Throughout the entire autumn term, the Year 4 and 5 team will be focusing on exploring Disneyland and its surrounding areas. The children will be focusing on map reading skills, the standard of living, local wild life and shuttle take offs.
Feeling inspired? Try and answer the following questions, what benefits and issues can tourism create for Florida? Would you rather have tourism or no tourism in Exeter?