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16th July 2021

 

Well this is the last blog of the year; it has come round so quickly. 

 

The children have had so much fun this week designing their 3-D bird of prey. They had the task of constructing there design with junk modelling and then painting them. Pixie told me that she really enjoyed making the birds but it wasn’t easy as I thought it would be.

In maths we have been learning about time, which proved quite tricky for some of the class, however, by the end of the week most of the child can tell the time analog and digital. Isabelle said, “At first I found this difficult, but then Mr Bennett told us about adding or subtraction 12 which helped me”.

 

Thank you all for continued support.

1st July 2021

We have had a fun packed week!

Tuesday was Forest school and it was amazing. Linking our visit with our topic, we discussed UK animals that you may find in the woodlands and the countryside. The children also were able to categorise them in to herbivore, carnivore or omnivore animals, which impressed the Forest schoolteacher! Later, they made their own woodland animal.  In groups, they investigated different habitats, creating and building their chosen animals’ natural habitat.

On Wednesday, we had a special treat, enjoying the fabulous performance of Treasure Island. It was wonderful seeing the children laugh and participating in the fun.

25th June 2021

 

This week we have been working on adding and subtracting fractions, focusing on the numerator.

This week in our topic, we have been looking at carnivores, herbivores and omnivores, putting a selection of animals and humans into the right categories. The children also produced a food chain and some were surprised at the results.

In English, the children have researched and watched some clips from Deadly 60, learning about deadly predators and their environments. The task was to write the information that they collated making sure to use the key language (for this topic) within their writing.

18th June 2021

Wow! The children have loved all the activates during Sports Week. They have  experienced new and different sports, from ultimate Frisbee, Handball to Danish Longball. All the children were fantastic during sports day, encouraging their class and other classes especially as it was a hot day too. The races did not disappoint us with some very competitive races.

A quote from Jude” This is the best week ever, so much sport to do.”

Sports Week 2021

Sports Day 2021

We also started out new topic ‘Predator!’ It’s time to take a walk on the wild side. Find out who is coming to visit. Is it a bug-munching lizard or an eagle-eyed bird of prey? Whatever it is, do you think you can handle it? Learn about creepy crocs and amazing alligators, voracious Venus flytrap and looking at the food chain. This is also an excellent opportunity to watch ‘The Lion King’ to show the circle of life.

28th May 2021

 

This week in topic, we have been looking at the Roman invasion of Britain. A quote from Finley" I've enjoyed learning about the invasion by Julius Caesar and that they never gave up".

 

In RE this week, we have been discussing about making good choices and the consequences if you do not.

 

In maths, we are carrying on with fractions and looking at how fractions compare with decimals. Caitlynn said," This has been very challenging, but I enjoyed it and understand how they work together."

 

Finally, I want to wish everyone an amazing half term and I'll look forward to seeing you all back in June!  

21st May 2021

 

This week we have been working on fractions, focussing on tenths and the connection to decimals. Lincoln added, "I have really enjoyed learning about fractions and decimals this week."

The children especially enjoyed creating a new stamp for the Royal Mail competition to honour the hero/ heroes of the covid pandemic. Bella told us “I am so excited to design my own stamp.”

 

14th May 2021

 

This week the children really enjoyed our visit to the Forest school. Max said  "I loved building dens with my friends at Forest school. We must improve on making the den waterproof".

The class are finding the Romans very interesting, Theo said " I have enjoyed learing about how the Romans, and they they lived in brick houses which they invented, I was also surprised that only boys went to school."

7th May 2021

 

This week the children have been learning about Roman life, especially living in Rome. They finished off the week by writing a biography about their chosen Roman Emperor (Nero, Claudius or Constantine).

 

We have been looking at the Pentacost in RE and are coming to the end theme, we have been practacing a song 'Holy Spirit'.

30th April 2021

 

This week the children finished off our topic Rocks, Relics and Rumbles by being

part of a team of scientist, geologists and volcanologists sent to investigate the potential dangers of tectonic activity in Quito, Ecuador’s capital city. The children wrote a factual report to the city council with their findings.

 

Next week we start our new topic of Emperors and Empires, looking at how the Romans invaded Britain. How they changed Britain and life in Roman towns.

Class 3 also enjoyed their first afterschool club with Dynamic Sports, playing different games, whilst getting the children to work together as team.

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St Mary's Catholic Primary School is an academy, and part of the Kent Catholic Schools’ Partnership. The Kent Catholic Schools’ Partnership is an exempt charity and a company limited by guarantee registered in England and Wales under company registration number 08176019 at registered address: Barham Court, Teston, Maidstone, Kent, ME18 5BZ. St Mary's Catholic Primary School is a business name of Kent Catholic Schools’ Partnership.

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