Today Year 4 worked on creating scenes from an important moment in Jesus’ mission – see if you can work out which story from the Bible we’ve made:
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Speed Sainting Event
Please join us in celebrating the Y6 children’s wonderful projects about their chosen saint.
This is a very important step in their Confirmation preparation and we would love as much support for them as possible. A lot of work and effort has gone into getting the children to this point and we want to celebrate with you; as we look forward to being witnesses to their next step of faith.
Whether you have a child in Y6, or not, come along to explore the Saints chosen, the children’s projects and their reasons behind choosing to take the name of this Saint.
We hope to see as many of you there as possible.
Thank you in advance for your support 🙂
We had a very creative morning in Nursery making Lenten crafts and it was lovely to see mums, dads and grandparents come and join in with the fun.
As part of their RE unit, learning about other faiths, Year 5 visited a Hindu Temple this week. We learnt so much and really enjoyed having a little dance and sing too!
This week we raised attention for the Ukraine conflict by wearing yellow and blue as part of our Catholic Life curriculum. Thank you for donations, too!
In Maths, we have been using counters to help our number bonds to 9 knowledge, as well as making arrays to solve multiplication problems.
And Edward shared with us all about his trip to the Natural History Museum. Thank you Edward!
Hope you have a great weekend!
Miss Clarke and Ms Fox x
We have had a great couple of afternoons trying and tasting soup!
First we tried different flavours of soup to decide which flavour soup we were going to make. Then we planned our soup and wrote down our ingredients.
Today we chopped our vegetables and added more ingredients like sugar, salt and stock and put it in the soup maker. Lots of us loved it!
Thank you to all the adults who came in to help and for bringing in their soup makers to borrow.
We had a great time on Tuesday singing with 6000 other children as part of the Young Voices choir in Birmingham. It was great to sing the songs we have been learning since September with everyone. Thank you to parents for coming and supporting us too!