Staffing Changes in 4Red

Hello to all of our families. Waving Hand

We wish to inform you of a necessary staffing change in your child’s class.

From Monday next week (13th), Mrs Masters will no longer be able to teach your child’s class.

Mrs Masters is our school’s Special Educational Needs Coordinator (each school has one).

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As a result of this role, she is required to work with other staff and SEND children across school to ensure their needs are being met. This has currently happened on Tuesday and Wednesday when Mrs Davison has covered the class. Due to the significant increase in need across the school, this amount of time is no longer enough to support all of our pupils with SEND.

We have therefore decided that the best thing for your children is to employ a skilled teacher who can be with them every day and deliver the best curriculum possible. The benefit of this is that the new teacher will not have the additional responsibilities that can take them away from supporting the class to the best of their ability.

Mr Diaus (pronounced Diaz) will be 4 Red’s new class teacher, starting with them on Monday. He has come highly recommended and interviewed extremely well. He will be coming in to meet the children on Thursday morning this week (9th) to spend some time with them and Mrs Masters and meet them in person. Mr Diaus and Mrs Masters will also spend time sharing information about the class, their strengths and needs and a full handover will take place. Mrs Masters will also work alongside Mr Diaus over the next few weeks to ensure the learning continues with the same high expectations.

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We appreciate that a change in teacher is not ideal, and the decision has not been made lightly. However, we do believe this change will be both beneficial to the children in 4 Red but also strengthen the teaching and learning across the whole-school and support pupils with SEND.

We will continue to support the children as the change of teacher takes place.

Mr Diaus has provided a video introducing himself to pupils and parents and is really excited to meet the class. Please watch the video below to learn more:

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11 responses to “Staffing Changes in 4Red”

  1. Rexford A.

    It is very sad.

    1. Mr Andrews (Headteacher)

      Hi Rexford – we know how much you enjoy being in Mrs Masters’ class. I’m sure you’ll like Mr Diaus too.
      Let’s see how tomorrow goes 👍

    2. Mrs Masters

      Rexford, I will miss you’re smile but remember you are fantastic and I’m sure Mr Diaus will see that too. So keep smiling and remember you get to meet him tomorrow for all those questions you have for him.

  2. I am excited to have new teacher I am ready to see you on Thursday
    Bye-bye Miss Master and thank you for being our teacher.😢

    1. Mrs Masters

      I’m so pleased you’re excited. I wonder how many questions you’ll have for Mr Diaus tomorrow?

  3. Safa A.

    hi mr Diaus im so excited to meet you and im a girl and i play football so i love man chester united and man city

    by safa.A

    1. Mrs Masters

      Safa, I’m glad you are excited. You’ll show Mr Diaus how great you are too.

  4. Yasmin A.

    I will miss miss masters 😢😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭

    1. Mrs Masters

      Yasmin, I will see you nearly everyday.
      I will miss you however, I’m excited about how much you will gain with Mr Diaus.

  5. Aadam R.

    I’m am going to be very sad.
    But I know mrs masters is only teaching 4Red on a Tuesday. I am going to very sad.
    I know Mr Diaus is going to be my normal teacher now. All of 4Red are very excited but it’s very sad.

    1. Mrs Masters

      Firstly, I am going to see you nearly everyday so no need to be sad. I am sure Mr Diaus is going to be very impressed by your amazing work and great learning attitude Aadam. Keep smiling, it’s an exciting time.

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