Year 3/4 2017 - 2018

Mrs Seaward

My name is Mrs Seaward and I enjoy teaching at Westminster. During teaching here, I have taught Year 1, 2, 4, 5 and 6. This academic year I am teaching children in Year 3/4 with Mrs Davenport Mrs Phillips and Mrs Spain. Mrs Stuart works with our class each Friday.

Mrs Davenport

I have worked at Westminster Community Primary School since qualifying as a teacher in 2010 and have experience of teaching in years 1-6. I am very privileged to work as part of the Year 3 and 4 team this year, working with your super children. I am class based on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday mornings teaching and supporting children in their Maths and English Curriculum. I also cover PPA within the classroom on a Monday afternoon and am enjoying delivering the SEAL and Computing curriculum as part of this.

Alongside this role, I am also the Special Educational Needs and Disabilities Coordinator (SENDCo) - a role which I greatly enjoy and enables me to work with children and families across the school as well as working with a range of outside agencies.

Please feel free to come and speak to me before or after school if there is anything you would like to ask or discuss.

Mrs Phillips

I have been a member of staff at Westminster Community Primary School for the past 23 years. During my time here I have been fortunate enough to work with all year groups and gain further professional qualifications. These qualifications enable me to support children and families. I enjoy my two roles as Learning Mentor and Higher Level Teaching Assistant.

Outside of school I am a mum of 3 children, I enjoy spending quality time with them and my extended family and friends. I enjoy football and have recently taken over as Manager of my youngest sons football team.

Mrs Spain

I enjoy my role as a TA at Westminster; I have worked across KS2 and occasionally within KS1. I am currently working in year 3/4 and very much enjoy working with this class! Every day is different, new challenges are met by both children and adults. The residential trips are a great experience, and I have been privileged to attend with all year groups over the past few years. So many children (and adults!) have overcome their fears in so many different ways - I can now sail and support a group of children in a canoe with confidence, so that just shows what we can do if we try!

I am part of the PTA (Parent, teacher association) it would be really good to see new faces at our meetings so why not pop along. Look for our next meeting dates on the newsletter.

Outside of school, I love to spend time with my family and my three grandsons. Watching and hearing the new experiences they are having makes me a very proud Nan. I enjoy reading, visiting new places, and gardening and have even been known to try a bit of DIY. I also run a disco for people with learning, physical and emotional disabilities every week. I feel very honoured to see the enjoyment people have each week with their ever growing circle of friends.

If you need any help or advice, feel free to speak to me in school - I'll be glad to help.

Welcome to Year 3/4

We have new topics in our class this half term. You have received a curriculum letter 12.1.18 with the information. Please take a look at our Spring Curriculum Newsletter 2018. You will also receive a new homework sheet this week - Wk beginning 8.1.18. 

Please take a look at the superb work we have already received! 


mailPlease remember to bring your reading book and reading record book in daily. We ask that your child reads at home at least 3 times a week.

mailRemember PE kits in school everyday, this must be a blue t-shirt, black shorts and pumps, jogging bottoms/leggings are allowed in the colder months. It is best to keep your kit in school every day as you can see from the information above we sometimes have extra coaching available and we want all children to take part.

mailPlease remember that if you wish to speak to us we are always available.


Dates to note

mail Parents meeting afternoon 13th February

mail Danceathon 14th February

mail Beeston trip year 4 March 26th - 28th 


yes Please view Jake's new PowerPoint on Explorers WELL DONE JAKE!!!! smiley

yes A BIG THUMBS UP to Madison, great homework on time! Ms Finch liked receiving it too! 







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Harry's PowerPoint, by Mrs Seaward

Maths afternoon, by Mrs Seaward

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Contact the School

Westminster Primary School

John Street,
Ellesmere Port,
CH65 2ED

Tel: 0151 338 2224

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