Friday 3rd May 2024

Unfortunately, due to the weather, we were not able to take part in our May Procession today; we look forward to crowning Mary with flowers on Tuesday.

In English, the children have begun to write speeches about the impact of plastic pollution and what changes they can make. In Geography, the children have been working with climate graphs. They looked at descriptions of temperature and rainfall, and then determined which graph most accurately represented it.

In Maths the children have been looking at formal multiplication: they have been multiplying two-digit numbers by a single digit using the distributive law with and without regrouping.  They have also started to use another maths tool to aid them: the place value slider which assists them in multiplying by 10 and 100. In RE, they looked at the Acts 2: 5-13 where they learnt from Luke that immediately after receiving the holy spirit people were moved to go and speak about Jesus. Each child produced their own holy spirit recognising that the holy spirit helps them to live differently.

In assembly this morning the children who are making their First Holy Communion this weekend stood up in front of the rest of the school. Myself, Mrs Lines and Mrs Vieyra will be thinking of them this weekend and wish them many congratulations.

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


Have a wonderful weekend!

See you back in school on Tuesday.

Mrs McNamara and Mrs Lines


Find below photos of our Easter egg hunt!


Home Learning

Spellings on Spellingshed


Listen and try to learn the new song for mass.

We understand that some households will be busy his weekend with celebrations. I have extended the Mathletics home learning for a later date.



We will be attending the Ascension Day mass on Thursday and the children have been asked to listen to a new song which they will be singing.  Here is the link to the song:


1. One sacrifice of Christ,
one throne above the heavens.
Christ has risen as he said,
and will come to wake the dead.
Christ will return to set us free.

One sacrifice of love,
one message for the nations:
Jesus suffered, died and rose,
and ascended to the throne.
Christ will return to save the world.

2. One gaze we lift above,
where Love was drawn to heaven.
We stand watchful through the night
for our King to come in light,
heirs to the glory of the Lamb.

One mighty Word of truth:
Christ did arise in triumph.
Now he sits upon the throne;
God’s right hand is he alone.
Christ reigns in splendour over all.

3. One banquet richly set
for all God’s holy people.
We will dine in joy and peace,
and our song will never cease,
praising the Lamb upon the throne.

One shout of joy we raise,
one voice in exaltation.
For in glory Christ has gone,
and in hope we now are drawn
to one sacrifice of Christ,
one sacrifice of Christ.


Enjoy your long weekend!



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