Welcome to a new school year.
Please send your child’s reading books into school every day. We will hear them read regularly and change their books twice a week. Please ensure you sign your child's reading diary when they have read at home so the books can be changed.
English and Maths homework will be given out on Fridays. Please return completed homework by the following Tuesday.
Spellings will be given out on Mondays and tested the following Friday.
P.E. will be on a Monday. Please ensure you send your child into school with suitable footwear - pumps or trainers. These can be kept in your child’s PE bag in school.
St. Anthony of Padua’s life is what every Christian’s life is meant to be; a steady courage to face life’s challenges, the call to love and forgive, to care for the needs of others, to deal with crisis great and small, and to have total trusting love and dependence on God. Through St Anthony, The Church wants us to learn the meaning of true wisdom and what it means to become like Jesus, who humbled himself for our sakes and went about doing good.
In maths we made numbers using counters. We organised our counters into arrays so that they were easy to check. After that we drew the counters to represent the numerals.
In Science we have been learning about our bodies. We labelled the main parts of the body and then labelled the bones.
In maths we have been learning about place value. We made our own number lines and used them to practise one more/one less within 10.
In our dance session we explored the five British Values: Democracy, Rule of Law, Respect, Liberty and Tolerance of Different Cultures and Religions. We used dance to express the different values and used a democratic approach to help develop the dance moves.
In our history work we have been learning about old and new toys. We learned about different toys which were popular during different decades. In groups we enjoyed making posters for each decade to explore our learning further.