Y6 Homework 14th October

Hello Year 6

Just a reminder that your homework is in your book and there are videos posted on SEESAW to help with the calculations. Please also remember that there is a GRAND SPELL next week – please be prepared by revising all Autumn Term 1 spellings from the lists on the website.  Thank you

Mr Day

Christopher Columbus and Neil Armstrong

Year 2 enjoyed taking part in a workshop today. They explored the lives, times and achievements of Christopher Columbus and Neil Armstrong. They learnt about the similarities between these 2 significant people by recreating the events of their journeys. They enjoyed audiobooks, videos, quizzes and drama activities.

 

 

Y6 homework 30/9/21

YEAR SIX HOMEWORK 30/9/21 – Due by Monday 4th October 2021

 

Hello Y6,

 

Homework this weekend please:

 

1) Reading – record new / unusual vocab x3 times before Monday

 

2)  LBQ.COM – English and maths tasks – one is on subordinate clauses and the maths is a review of Y5 learning.

 

WATCH OUT FOR THE CODE DAILY OVER THE WEEKEND  ON SEESAW

 

THURSDAY’S CODE IS ZVMM

 

4) Spellings to learn – gp 5

 

Have a good weekend!

 

Mr Day

Y6 homework

Just a reminder that your homework tasks are in your book and can also be found on SEESAW.

Have a good weekend!

Mr Day

Year 2 Class Assembly

A huge well done to all of the pupils in Year 2 for their hard work and ideas to lead worship this morning.
They thought about all the people and key workers that help us in our daily lives. They also thought about how we can help and support each other.

Year 2 are also raising money this morning for Macmillan  Nurses. They are offereing juice and a biscuit to each pupil in school to take part in The World’s Largest Coffee Morning to support the work of this very worthwhile charity.
Well done Year 2 we are very proud of you!

Y6 Homework 16/9/21

YEAR SIX HOMEWORK 16/9/21 – DUE MONDAY 20th September 2021

 

Hello Y6,     THURSDAY’S LBQ CODE IS NDYX

 

Homework this weekend please:

 

1) Reading – record new / unusual vocab x3 times before Monday

 

2) LBQ maths – there will be a code set up daily until Sunday to work through – look out for it on SEESAW each day  – rounding numbers to 1 million.

 

3) LBQ English – reading comprehension based on A Midsummer Night’s Dream by William Shakespeare.  You do not need to do Q11. There will be a code set up daily until Sunday to work through – look out for it on SEESAW each day

 

4) Spellings to learn – gp 3

 

Have a good weekend!

 

Mr Day

Y6 Homework

Hello Year 6!

Please see your homework for the weekend HERE

Have a good weekend!

Mr Day

Leavers’ Service 2021

A few shots from our lovely Year 6 Leavers’ Service July 2021, which was ‘live-streamed’ to parents on the big day itself. We will miss you class of 2021!

Welcome to Key Stage 2 Booklet

Click HERE to download the Welcome to Key Stage 2 booklet which explains what happens in Year 3 and will help with the transition from Key Stage 1 to Key Stage 2.

Welcome to the Year 3 Class Page!

Year 3 have made a wonderful start to their Key Stage 2 journey and are looking forward to sharing their learning adventures with you.

Mrs Thomas

 

 

Welcome to Year 5

The Year 5 children have made an excellent start to their new class. Keep looking at the class page for information about their learning.

Welcome To The year Six Class Page!

Visit this page regularly to check out what’s going on in Year 6.

You’ll find helpful hints, top tips and ideas, photos, pieces of work to be proud of and ….of course: home learning!

It’s your last year at St Mary’s…so let’s make the most of it and leave here proud of your achievements!

Together, we will have a fantastic year!

Let’s do this.

Mr Day

Welcome to Year 2.

Welcome to Year 2.

We have made a fantastic start to Year 2 this year, it is so lovely to see the children learning and having fun. We are really looking forward to all the exciting things this academic year will bring.

Mrs Hardman and Mrs Barlow.

Welcome to Reception Class

Our new reception class are settling in nicely. We are all very busy getting to know each other and finding our way around the indoor and outdoor classrooms.

Welcome to the Year 4 Class Page!

The teachers in our class are Mrs Booth (Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday morning) and Mrs Burke (Wednesday afternoon, Thursday and Friday.)

 

Our Big Questions this year are: Why were the Romans so powerful and how do we know they were in our area? What was life like as a child during the Industrial Revolution? Donde en España estoy? (Where in Spain am I?) Where in the UK am I?  Who were the greatest invaders?

Year 4 Sports Day

Fabulous efforts from everyone at Year 4’s Sports Day. Well done Year 4!

Year 3 Castleshaw Trip

Year 3 loved learning all about rivers on their recent trip to Castleshaw.

After donning their waterproofs, they had great fun wading through a stream to find the source of the river!

 

 

Year 3 Tomb Raiders

As part of our Ancient Egyptian topic, Year 3  had lots of fun learning about the archaeologist Howard Cater and what he discovered in Tutankhamun’s tomb.

Working in teams,  each archaeologist took turns to explore the tomb and observe the many wondrous artefacts.  After taking in as much detail as possible,  in a limited time due to the build up of poisonous gasses over thousands of years,  they described their finds to their team members and then sketched these in their log books.

Following this, we took a virtual tour of a Tutankhamun exhibition to see the artefacts in real life.

Monster Pizzas

Year 3 have worked hard writing instructions on how to make a Monster Pizza. They couldn’t wait to have a go using some of the rather horrid and unusual ingredients!

Have a look at the monstrously good results.

   

The Disgusting Sandwich

Year 2 had such fun following instructions to make their very own disgusting sandwiches like in the story that we had read. They were amazing chefs and thought of lots of verbs to collect and synonyms vocabulary for ‘disgusting’. We are looking forward to writing our own disgusting soup recipes.

The Great Fire of London

Mrs Hardman challenged us to put the fire out in Pudding Lane, but by the time we had got water from the River Thames the fire had spread! We had great fun learning why the fire of London started and how hard it was to stop it spreading.

Christopher Columbus and Neil Armstrong

Year 2 enjoyed taking part in a workshop today. They explored the lives, times and achievements of Christopher Columbus and Neil Armstrong. They learnt about the similarities between these 2 significant people by recreating the events of their journeys. They enjoyed audiobooks, videos, quizzes and drama activities.