Wednesday 21st July 2021 - Break up for the summer holidays
We're at our final term already, so let's keep up the great work for
one final push until the summer holidays.
Go TEAM THERESA! :-)
Mrs Moran & Mrs Chapman
P.E is happening as normal, so please ensure you bring your P.E kit and each piece of kit is clearly named. Our P.E lesson is timetabled for Wednesday afternoon.
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. Please see document below to see when your child's allocated day is. 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.
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St Theresa House Captains
Savio: Nathan H
St Theresa School Councillors
Zara L & Johnny
St Theresa Class Chaplins
Chloe & Thomas - Autumn term
Victoria & Aiden - March - May HT
Aayan & Nathan M - June until end of term
St Theresa Digital Leaders
Amber & Nathan G
St Theresa's class are so happy to be back and we couldn't be happier to have them!!!
We made The Iron Man - Aarrrggghhhhhh!!!!
Sports day. What a great day! We missed our parents cheering us on though, fingers crossed for next year!
We had a great time hearing about our heritage. We learned about Colombia, England, Nigeria, Botswana, Mauritius, Italy, Poland and Lithuania. We heard about Dracula, the Loch Ness Monster, Nigerian food, Turkish Delight, the Acropolis, learned some Creole and sampled some delicious dishes. Thank you so much for your INCREDIBLE effort!
We had a very special day today, thanks to Mr Andrews! We weeded, we planted, we tried peas and we LOVED every second of our gardening session. HUGE thank you to Mr Andrews for his time and knowledge!
We also got to taste some of our 'school grown' lettuce. It was so fresh!
Today we had a road safety assembly. We knew lots already but we were really made to think about distractions we may have on the roadside. Distractions that could compromise our safety! 'Be bright, be seen' was the incredibly important message we came away with.
We're bright and colourful today but we're ALWAYS full of kindness! :-)
Kelsie came in today to train us to become Mental Health CHAMPIONS. Ask us what CHAMPION stands for!
Jam coding came in today to give us a special coding session on how to build our own 3d game. It was BRILLIANT. Thanks Roger!
Fantastic Fred came in to remind us how to keep our mental health in as good a shape as our physical health. They were great and we all had a wonderful time watching and learning during their show. Ask your child to tell you what FRED stands for.
Because we'd been studying 'Fly Eagle Fly' Alan came in with a brilliant surprise called Alaska...
...he also showed us Cybil - she was a bit naughty!
We met Atom, the Peregrine Falcon as well.
Finally, the best behaved bird of them all, Sparky the owl.
How to use MyMaths
Hi everyone! Your class is trialling this new online maths platform called MyMaths! Your log in details have been sent to your PurpleMash email accounts. Watch the video above from Miss Hughes where she introduces how to use it! Have fun and let me know how you find it!
Final Home Learning Weekly Overview - Monday 1st March
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