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Important information

School closure as of 3:30pm Friday 20th March 2020 due to Covid 19. 

 

Easter assemblies: CANCELLED

 

Please see below for links to online learning portals as well as other learning resources for you to engage with during this time of uncertainty.

 

These resources will be added to regularly.

 

St Theresa House Captains

Becket: Luke

Savio: Brydie

Fisher: Faith

Mercy: Reiley

 

St Theresa School Councillors

Isabelle P & Daniel

 

Time Capsule - save your piece history!

Maths Home Learning

English Home Learning

Just a few reminders...

  • Please keep reading!!!  Bug club has been refreshed with lots of new books, this will also keep your comprehension skills nicely polished and ready for when we return to school.
  • PE is over to you now, maybe a run around your garden, or jumping up and down for the whole of the advert break during your favourite TV show.  Keep yourself fit and healthy!
  • Lots of resources are included in the links above.  Please use them - they are there to help you!

        

Most importantly, please, please, please look after yourselves and your families.

 

We hope to see you soon,

Mrs Moran & Mrs Chapman.

 

Today we had an assembly followed by a workshop all about disability. In our joint workshop with St Martin's class, we had activities designed so we could experience what it felt like to have a number of disabilities.

This week, we were lucky enough to enjoy panto - thanks to our hard working PA. We had a blast!

As this week is International week, we shared our heritage with our class. It was really interesting to hear about everyone's background.

We've made panpipes to investigate sound and pitch...

We made ear defenders out of 5 different materials to see which material would be best to muffle sound.

We sang our hearts out in our amazing Carol concert for Christmas.

We had a special visitor today and we left feeling very grateful and much richer than before...

As we're reading Gangsta Granny, we decided to make her favourite meal - Cabbage soup. Some of us were brave enough to try it, some of us wouldn't go near it! The smell was something we were all able to enjoy though. :-)

St Theresa Curriculum Map 2019-2020

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