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St. Theresa

Welcome to St Theresa's Class Page

Term 3

Wednesday 5th January 2022 - Thursday 10th February 2022


Friday 11th February 2022 - Academic tracking day





Please take a moment to read the notices below as well as the term dates above. 

Do make sure to check this page regularly to see any updates.


Mrs Moran & Mrs Chapman







  • Our P.E lesson is timetabled for Tuesday afternoon. Please remember to bring your kit with you each week, don't forget you will be going home in it.  Now that the weather is much cooler, please ensure you have joggers and a sweatshirt to wear.  All P.E items should be named clearly.
  • Please remember to bring in your named water bottle each day.
  • Children have been allocated a reader day - they need to bring their reading book in on that day.  They will read with myself or Mrs Chapman and their book will be changed then too if required.  Reader days are posted in the documents below. Please remember BUG CLUB is always available for the children, with a HUGE selection of books to read.
  • Times Table Rock Stars - knowing your times tables is essential for so much of the work you will complete in Year 4 and beyond.  Keep your skills fresh by practising as often as you can.
  • Homework is given out on Friday and is expected back on Tuesday.
  • Class email address



St Theresa House Captains

Becket: Freddie

Savio: Vihaan

Fisher: Rose

Mercy: Caitlin


St Theresa School Councillors

Eliceanne & Fikunmi


St Theresa Class Chaplins

Jessica B & Nat


St Theresa Digital Leaders

Alexa & Conrad


St Theresa Eco Warriors

Jessica & Sonny



Curriculum Map 2021/ 2022

How to use MyMaths

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Hi everyone!
Here is a reminder video from Miss Hughes for how to access MyMaths.
Your log in details have attached to you reading records along with your Bug Club, Purple Mash and TTRS log in codes.

He made a list, he checked it twice, then he came to visit us!!!!!

Christmas own clothes day with a yummy Christmas dinner to boot! Fun times :-)

This afternoon, we went to see the Jack and the Beanstalk panto at the Alexandra Suite. We had a great time - Oh yes we did!!!

Today we were able to make our Roman mosaics, look at our brilliant tiles! Coming to a home near you soon...

Today we had so much fun!! We started the day with a Circus Skills assembly, led by Phil. Later we had an exclusive workshop, where we got to try most of the activities. Ask us about it!

In Science, we've been enjoying learning about electricity. We've made simple circuits and today tested different materials to see if they are conductors or insulators.

Ever since Remembrance Day, we've been trying to build a bunker of leaves where we play on the field. It's very impressive - look!

Today we had a refresher course about fire safety. We know now to check our smoke alarms weekly, know we should close all doors at bedtime to isolate any fire, know to keep low in the event of a fire, know to check doors using the back of our hand to see if it's safe to open and so much more. Ask us what else we learned!

Our Special and Inspirational People from the Past. Well done everyone, I'm so proud of your effort and enthusiasm when sharing your work. :-)

We shared our wonderfully humorous food poems today. We covered pizza, watermelon, rice, roasts, sorbet, steak, doughnuts, wraps, pasta, McDonalds and so many more. Great work all of you!

Today we had a very special assembly with Jack and Emma who brought in their beautiful guide dogs Callum and Norton. Callum is the golden labrador who is 11 years old and Norton is the black, 6 year old labrador. We were particularly excited to find out that we, along with St Martin and St Josephine's class, will be doing some special Advent fundraising especially for guide dogs.

We've been busy learning about the Romans and have made our own shields inspired by theirs.

We attempted to create the tortoise formation which should, in theory, keep us all safe from attack...

In Science, we've been learning about our skeletons and muscles and how they work together to allow us to move. We made great hand models to demonstrate this.