Friday 10th May, 2024

The highlight of this week we feel was the May Procession on Monday morning.  The children took part in the procession with the rest of the school while the sun shone down.  Thank you for your flower donations; the Peace garden was filled with beautiful flower scents and a stunning eye-catching array of vibrant colours.

In Maths the children have continued to focus on formal short multiplication with the emphasis on the format and understanding what is happening and why at each stage of the procedure. They have coped well with this.  They completed the Crooked Multiplication Game with excitement today. Perhaps you can play this game with them at home as well!  Our  speeches about plastic pollution are now complete. Next week we will be editing them. In PE, the focus was on familiarising themselves with the game of cricket and the roles of the players in the game.  Each group member experienced the role of the batter, back stop and fielder. Our Geography learning about climate extended to the flora and fauna of locations. Year 3 matched up the types of animals and plants they would expect to see in a range of climates. In RE the children learnt that The Ascension was when Jesus returned to heaven and what this means for us all in our lives today.  On Thursday the class attended OLSV for the Feast of the Ascension and sang beautifully throughout the mass. Thank you to Tara and Solomon who participated in the offertory.  On this feast day, the children who received their First Holy Communion last weekend received the Body of Christ at Mass and they did so with such reverence.

Myself, Mrs Lines and Mrs Vieyra will be thinking of the children this weekend who will be receiving their First Holy Communion and wish them many congratulations.

May they always feel the presence of Jesus in their life and be blessed with peace, love, and happiness.


Well done and congratulations also goes to the children who took part in the football tournament this week: Mikey, Ayrabella, Fabio, Lucas, Louis, Joseph, Hugo and Iustin.  They played with such teamwork and supported each other throughout!

Have a lovely weekend.

Mrs McNamara and Mrs Lines


Home Learning:



Spellings on Spellingshed


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