Please make sure that all belongings are clearly labelled with your child's full name as we are getting a number of items left daily that are unclaimed or are taken home by other children in error. Many thanks for your help with this.
Well done Year 6. SATS week is now over and we thank you for all of your hard work and they way you have supported each other both with the preparation for the tests and the calm and confident way you all met the challenges of the week.
A tasty end!
Saint Augustine`s RC High School Primary Science and Mathematics Quiz 2018
A proud team
Heroes and Villains
This term we have been looking at Heroes and Villains. We have had fun creating a recipe for a Villain, adding lots of nasty ingredients to the mix. At home the children have been busy designing and making masks, in the image of their chosen Villain.
Next we went on to study a range of inspirational people, who are Heroes in our eyes. People like Mother Teresa, Lady Diana Spencer and Amelia Mary Earhart. The children wrote a Biography on their chosen Hero, taking their choice from History, Film, Sport and the world of music.
In Religion we looked at how Jesus is depicted in the Bible, we had a debate to decide if Jesus is our Hero. We based our assembly on our findings...
Jesus our Hero
Luke 4 14-15
"Jesus returned to Galilee in the power of the spirit, and news about him spread through the whole countryside. He was teaching in their synagogues and everyone praise him."
Our aim is to follow in the footsteps of Jesus, being a hero in the eyes of those who we love and care for.
In our assembly we dressed as our chosen Hero for the day. We agreed that anyone can be a Hero, shown by their words and actions. Many of the children came dressed as a family member, someone who had looked after them during their lives or someone they admired.
Hero for a day.
Work for missed snow days
I hope that you are all safe, happy and warm with your families. I have included below some activities to keep you busy. Remember your homework sheets and your daily reading. Complete the tasks below on any paper, if your homework book is at school. Golden points will be given for completion of each task. Don`t forget your French homework -to design a mask.
Enjoy snow time and make the most of family time together.
Learn your shape names.
Draw as many 2D shapes as you can, label their properties.
Draw lines of symmetry on each of the shapes.
Measure each shape accurately and find their perimeter.
create a pattern using one of the shapes rotated from a point, of your choice.
Download a sats paper 2015 Arithmetic-speed test yourself. Remember to use jottings, where needed.
Read your home reader, complete a character study. Look at the relationship of the main character with other people or animals in your book. Use a full range of punctuation- including a dash!
Write seven extended sentences about your day. Underline and identify, each clause-main, subordinate or relative.
Find out fascinating facts about about a subject of your choice. Design a fact box including these facts. Draw and label a diagram to support your studies.
Think about how Abi and Morgan help at home -follow their example.
How could you, in Lent,safely help someone today.
Could you ring or write to your grandparents or an elderly relative?
Could you clear some snow away from someones front door?
Could you help out at home?
Keep a diary of what you do and the impact it has on others.
Class 4 has talent!
Last Friday St Mary`s children were entertained by class 4.
The Hosts of the show were are very own Ant and Dec`s,
who introduced each act with great enthusiasm.
We had magic by the Magical duo.
Music by Live it Lyds
The impractical jokers
The Christmas crackers
An unnamed group of dancers
The Cool jokers
Then last but not least - The dancing firework.
Class 4 sang `We wish you a merry Christmas` to an amazed audience.
Thank you to class 4 for all your amazing talents and enthusiasm.
Class 4 Talent Show
Welcome to class 4
Our topic this term is Britain`s got talent. We have looked at Classical music, Classical Art and the old classic film Chitty, Chitty, Bang Bang.
We have many talented children in Class 4, As part of their homework they have presented Power Points and shared Art work and crafts with us. Our next event is a class talent show, which everyone is very excited about.
We are also busy getting ready for our Christingle service, on the 18th December at 6.30. We hope you can join us!
English- Story writing
Maths -Fractions and Decimals
Curriculum -Science -Light
Religious- Advent belonging
Class 4 Talent show
The children in class 4 impressed the school with their amazing talents, including jokes, dances, acrobats, singers and much more.
It was a great team effort, introduced by our very own Ant and Dec. Thank you to all of them for their hard work, confidence and spectacular talents.
I can see we have many stars for the future!