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Turner Morehall Year 4- Betty Williams

Year 4- Betty Williams

Our adults

Mrs Ayers

“Hello, my name is Mrs Ayers and I am the Year 4 teacher at Morehall Primary. I love teaching and learning about every subject, however, history and art are particular favourites, reading is very important to me and my bookshelves at home are very full. Hopefully in Year 4 we will enjoy lots of exciting books!”


About Betty Williams

In 1976, three innocent children were killed in a shooting incident in Belfast. The housewife and secretary Betty Williams witnessed the tragedy. She decided to launch an appeal against the meaningless use of violence in the conflict between Protestants and Catholics in Northern Ireland. Betty was joined by the dead children’s aunt, Mairead Corrigan, and together they founded the peace organization the Community of Peace People. By setting up local peace groups comprising former opponents who undertook confidence-building measures, they hoped to set a peace process in motion from below. Betty won the Nobel Peace Prize in 1976.


From the class…


Our Curriculum

Curriculum Overviews EYFS-Yr6


Year 4 Homework