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St. Peter



Welcome to St Peter's Class Page...

Term 5

Monday 17th April 2023 - Friday 26th May 2023

Friday 28th April - crazy hair day

Monday 1st May - Bank Holiday

Monday 8th May- Bank Holiday


 Class Trip to Godstone Farm 23rd May






Message for St Peter's Class ...


Hello St Peter's class, 

Wow! We are now half way through the academic year!


From Mrs Kaszycka and Mrs Medhurst laugh

Our Class Email Address:

If you have any questions please speak to us on the gate or send an email to the class email address below:



Homework is given out on Fridays and is due back on the following Wednesday. 


Reading at home is extremely important. Books are changed weekly. Please make sure that you write a comment in their reading books so we know they need to be changed!


PE is on Fridays so please ensure children have their PE kits in school (clearly labelled). 



MyMaths, Purple Mash and Numbots are fabulous resources where we will also be setting occasional homework. Please see the front of your child's reading record for their log in details!


Please remember to label all items of clothing, including everything in the PE kit, blazers and coats. Please check regularly that your child's name is on their jumper or cardigan, as names fade in the wash  - Thank you.


Please ensure that your child brings a suitable coat into school everyday. Our learning may take place outside so your child will need to be suitable dressed. Welly boots would be greatly appreciated during the autumn and winter months so please send these to school in a named plastic bag.


Photos will be added throughout the year so you can see some of the things we have been doing in class!


We look forward to a fabulous year of learning in Year 1!


Mrs Kaszycka and Mrs Medhurst smiley


House captains


Mercy -  Arthur

Savio - Olivia

Fisher - Mason

Beckett - Nelly


School council










Digital Leaders











Language Leader




We loved decorating our Easter biscuits!

We had so much fun making a clay model of a natural object.

In Science, we compared the suitability of everyday materials. We completed an experiment to find the best material to use for a bridge. Then we designed, made and evaluated our bridges for the troll.

Enrichment Day- during a hands-on session, we met ‘Bella’, a cuddly tamed bunny.

Learning about Epiphany celebrations in French. The celebration in France is called La fête des Rois (The festival of the Kings). The special cake we eat is called la galette. The youngest child in your family ( or class) sits under the table and chooses who has each piece. If you find la fêve (the bean/charm) in your piece of galette you become le roi (the King) or la reine (the Queen) for the day.

We’ve had a lovely visit from Mrs Claus 🤶

Christmas dinner 🎄

We enjoyed decorating Christmas cookies 🍪

We had so much fun playing with the snow ⛄️❄️🌨

Our fabulous Christmas Play- hope you enjoyed it!

Our Super School Trip to Swanley Park. We had a lovely time looking for seasonal changes! We collected acorns, conkers and then we had so much fun creating our little figures/ people.

Purple Day

Please have a look at our fantastic robots.

We are All amazing!