Please see class web pages (by clicking on the Children tab) for information about each class.......Our children continue to enjoy fabulous experiences in our very own Forest School!........The School Council is busy working hard to promote children's views.......NSPCC Net Aware has information about the most commonly used apps by young people net-aware.org.uk.....We are looking forward to Sports Day on May 22nd!.
St Paul's Catholic Primary School
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Aspire not have more but to be more – St Oscar Romero
As part of our 'Houses and Homes' topic we looked at the illustrations at the start of the book 'Oliver and Patch'. We studied the buildings and apartment blocks and then imagined a character who could live behind one of the windows. Some of our work can be found in the hall on display. Can you match the Windows we created to the character and setting we describe?
Galileo Class loved visiting Poynton library and reading all the books. We can't wait to go back next term.
Literacy Crew sharing their own story books with children in the class. Fabulous Authors!
We celebrated a fabulous 'World Book Day'. We had a visit from Reu the Gnu from 'Reuben's Retreat' and wrote riddles about the book character we came as for the day. Can you guess who we are?
'Perfect Partners' in Read, Write, Inc
We wrote our own versions of the fable, The Scorpion and the Frog and then we acted it out on the outside stage.
Describing the character of the Troll through drama