PRIORY CATHOLIC PRIMARY SCHOOL



THIS WEEK IN CLASS 

12.9.22

 

 

BUTTERCUP CLASS (R/1/2)

 

We are very excited to have our youngest children back in school and to welcome our newest recruits also. There has been so much happening over the summer- in fact Miss King has been in school more than she hasn't; making sure that your amazing space is ready for you. You will love the new areas that you have to play with your friends and of course your new toilet block. The chickens and rabbits have missed you all too and look forward to their cuddles. See you on Tuesday -Mrs Maskell

DAFFODIL CLASS (3/4)

 

Welcome to Daffodil class!

This term our focus is the Ancient Romans. We will be learning about life in the Roman Empire as well as the impact the invasion by the ancient Romans had on England. To celebrate our new topic, the children will participate in a Roman experience day on Tuesday 20th September.

Our English work links to our topic as our focus book is Escape from Pompeii by Christina Balit. Our unit will culminate with the children writing their own newspaper article about the eruption of Mount Vesuvius in AD79.

In PE this term the children will be playing tag rugby. Please could the children bring their PE kit to school on Monday.

Homework days are every Wednesday. This is the day your child will receive their homework and new spellings. They will need to return their homework the following Wednesday however, they can hand in their homework earlier if completed before then. As part of your children’s homework, they are expected to read in the evenings for 10-15 minutes. Once we have completed our STAR reader assessments the children will bring home an Accelerated Reader book. They can complete AR tests at home and will be sent home with their log ins separately.

The children are allowed to bring a snack to school for breaktime and we ask that this is a healthy one.

We have had a fantastic start to the year and would like to thank you once again for your continued support with your child’s learning.

 

Kind regards,

 

Miss Reynolds

 

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SUNFLOWER CLASS

I hope you've had a great Summer. We have named you Sunflowers as the tallest and oldest children in the school. There have been many changes and Mr Hazlewood has been busy sourcing lots of new equipment for the school and playtimes so I know your class won't be disappointed. We'll be choosing our buddies, House Captains and dishing out all of the roles and responsibilities that come with being at the top of the school. We look forward to seeing you on Tuesday.

Mrs Maskell