Reception Blog Spring 1

  1 March 2019

Reception: Spring Term

In the spring term, we have been looking at lots of different topics. One of the first topics we learnt about was healthy eating. We learnt about healthy food and eating a balanced diet. We also learnt about doing different exercises and the changes to our body when we do…

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Nursery Blog - Spring 1

  28 February 2019

Spring 1

 

We returned to school following the Christmas break full of confidence and ready to learn!

 

We met our new class toy – “Harry the Hedgehog” and found out that at the end of each day, Harry, will choose a different child to go home with.  We learnt that Harry chooses…

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Year 2 Blog - Spring

  13 February 2019

Spring Blog

 

How times flies!

It’s hard to believe that it has been 6 weeks since we started back after Christmas. When the children did start back in January they all seemed a lot more grown up and taller!

We started the year with the Epiphany Mass in the Junior Hall. The children…

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Year 6 Blog Spring

  13 February 2019

This half term has been a very busy one for Y6. We have been preparing for the Young Voices concert for a long time and finally we got the chance to show off our voices and our moves at the Manchester Arena on Monday! We had a fantastic time and hope the parents who were able to come enjoyed it…

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Year 4 Blog - Spring

  13 February 2019

Spring 1

 

It was lovely to see the children come back from the Christmas break, happy and excited to get started on their new topics. This half term has seen both Class 7 and Class 8 have their class assemblies. Class 8 were first up and had their main focus on the conservation of our…

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Year 5 Blog - Spring

  13 February 2019

Literacy

 

This half term we have looked at Poetry and Non-Fiction texts linked to our Geography topic of South America.  The children have written some superb poetry about The Amazon Rainforest and have done a Non-Chronological Report on an animal from there too.  They were also given a…

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Year 1 Blog - Spring

  13 February 2019

Spring 1 Blog

Year1 have had another busy and exciting term! Class 1 performed their class assembly reflecting on all the reasons God is amazing.

 

The children enjoyed reading ‘Whatever Next’. We wrote a character description to describe baby bear and we reflected on how different…

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Year 1 Blog - Autumn

  13 February 2019

Autumn Blog

A long term has flown by quickly and already Class One and Two are settled into their new classrooms and routines.  In September the children enjoyed reading ‘Wombat Goes Walkabout’. We wrote a letter to Wombat and we wrote a recount describing who Wombat met.

During the term…

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Reception Blog Autumn

  13 February 2019

Reception: Autumn Term

 

In September, the children were very excited to start school. At first some children were very nervous but everyone soon settled in to their new Reception classes and got to know each other.

 

During this term, we have been very busy. As part of Michael…

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Nursery Blog - Autumn 2

  6 February 2019

Autumn 2

Autumn 2 was a very busy and exciting term in Nursery.

 

The theme for this year’s Art Exhibition was “inspirational women” and we learnt about the fabulous children’s author, Sue Hendra. We enjoyed lots of her books, including, Barry the Fish with Fingers and Norman the Slug…

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Year 2 Blog - Autumn

  23 January 2019

Wow, what a busy term we have had! 

In September, the children settled in to their new classes really well. It was nice to get to know the children and to take them through the expectation in Year 2. As the leaders in the KS1 building they have really risen to the challenge and responsibility…

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Year 5 Blog Autumn

  20 December 2018

Literacy

 

This half term we continued our work on the author Michael Morpurgo and read ‘Kensuke’s Kingdom’.  From this book, the children wrote pieces of creative writing - including a letter and narrative piece.

The children also looked at a number of SPaG activities, which included…

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