Category Archives: Class News
Today, as part of their ‘Land Ahoy’ topic, the boys and girls have been busy with Miss Saha making their very own pirate ships! Take a look at the gallery slideshow below to see our fabulous boat builders in action! … Continue reading
Our penultimate week and what a week it has been! Nursery have enjoyed their transition days at St Joseph’s and their new schools. Those children joining us at St Joseph’s in September also met their ‘soon-to-be Year 6’ buddies. Mr … Continue reading
Morning Ladies and gentlemen, I just want to say how well behaved your children were on the trip yesterday. What a credit to you. We had such a lovely day and thankfully the weather wasn’t too hot. We managed to … Continue reading
We’re really looking forward to our trip tomorrow! Please read below for some last minute reminders: *Children MUST wear school uniform but can wear trainers *Children must have a sun hat, and please apply sun lotion before they come to … Continue reading
Would all children who have been preparing performances for the Summer Celebration Concert on Thursday, please bring their instruments and music tomorrow, Monday 9th July 2018 as we may have an opportunity to rehearse for the concert.
Another very busy week in year 2 with various activities, story writing , 3D shapes lots of science investigations with Mrs Saha and an extra PE session. Today we went to Church and they walked beautifully not to mention sat … Continue reading
Year 2 worked on some pieces of music using shapes and patterns. See if you can spot the patterns in these fantastic pieces of music.
Year 3 have been composing accompaniments for the story of Theseus and the Minotaur. They were given lyrics and had to add sound effects to enhance the story. Well done boys and girls there was some super planning and fantastic … Continue reading
Year 4 have been writing call and response songs in their music lesson. They used their Misty Mountain Sierra topic for inspiration and composed some brilliantly creative songs and raps. Well done year 4 – here are just a few … Continue reading