But those who trust in the Lord will find new strength. They will soar high on wings like eagles. They will run and not grow weary. They will walk and not faint.
Miss Durnin and Mrs McBride welcome you to our class page!
School starts with registration at 8:55am.
Dinner money is to be paid on a Monday and is £10.50 per week.
Spellings will be given on a Monday. Spelling sheets are to be completed each night at home and brought in to school each day. A weekly spelling task will also be given on a Monday to be returned on Wednesday.
Handwriting sheets with the weeks spellings will be sent on a Wednesday to help your child practice their spellings for their Friday test.
Maths and an additional piece of Literacy homework is given on a Friday to be returned on Monday.
This information can also be found in English and Maths homework books.
Please bring book bags in each day with reading books and reading records. Read to an adult each night or take the opportunity to talk about what you're reading.
We ask that pupils read at least 3 times a week, and that you record when they do so in their homework diary.
Pupils will also take home an additional book from our school library. This is a book to enjoy at home and in school - you do not need to record anything related to this book in their homework books.
Children will have PE on a Tuesday afternoon this term. Please ensure a full school PE uniform is in school for this.
Important Diary Dates
School Council Polling Day
Stone Age Play in a Day
St Robert Bellarmine Feast Day Mass
Macmillan Coffee Morning
Non-Uniform – Unwanted Gifts
Harvest Festival Assembly
Each of us is a single note, but together we are a masterpiece...
We democratically voted for our new class council representatives.
Play in a Day
We ordered a range of numbers from smallest to largest in complete silence - it was a bit of a challenge!
We then reasoned to estimate the number of pages in lots of different books and then ordered these books from smallest to largest based on our estimations.
Communication in Prehistoric Britain.
Healthy Lunch Box Challenge
Well done to all the winners!
Harvest Festival Assembly
Thank you for all the generous donations. They are very much appreciated!
Give Racism the Red (or blue) Card!
Altru Drama - Anti-Bullying Performance
What did the Romans do for us?
We have completed some research and found out that the Romans did lots of things for us in Britain today. We worked in groups to decide what the most important things they did was. Each group came up with a completely different list, but they were all exactly right!
Remembrance Day 2018
Year 3 are really enjoying our 4 week program with Active Sefton. We've been learning all about the importance of a balanced diet and lots of exercise for a healthy lifestyle.
Play in a Day - The Romans
Children in Need