St Marie's Catholic Primary School

‘Walking hand in hand with Jesus’

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Our Class


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Teacher - Miss Farrelly

Teaching Assistants - Mrs Fagan and Mr Sutton



This year is a very important year for the children that will see them growing with independence and learning increasingly challenging concepts. However, we will be sure to have lots of fun along the way! Be sure to check our class page regularly as we will want to keep you updated on the things we are doing in class.


Home Reading


Reading at home with your child will help to improve your child's confidence when reading, their fluency and understanding of texts that they have read. We encourage reading at home as a priority. Children should read for up to 10 minutes each night. Home reading books will be changed twice weekly. (Tuesday and Friday)

If you haven't already done so ask me for a form to register for the home reading scheme.




Homework will support topics that have been covered in class that week and may consist of Maths, English or Topic work. Spelling sheets will be given every week and the children will be tested on these spellings every Friday. Homework will be given on a Friday and handed in on the following Friday.




P.E is on a Monday and Thursday afternoon. P.E kits consists of a white top, black/navy blue shorts and black pumps. PE kits are part of our school uniform. On occasion, we may have sporting events during the week so PE kit should be kept in school unless it needs washing. PE kit will be sent home each half term. Please ask your child if their pumps are the correct fit as they do grow quite quickly.


Water Bottles


Your child is encouraged to bring in bottled water daily to stay hydrated all day. Water bottles should be taken home each night.

CAFOD Workshop - Justine came to school to discuss with the children the importance of CAFOD.

Our Topic in Come and See is Baptism. We have been busy learning all about the sign and symbols of Baptism and researching important Saints using the iPads.

The children became Sound Collectors for the day during their sound poetry topic.

Christmas Hat Day - The children wore Christmas hats and brought in food to send to the local food bank.

Enterprise Day - The children have been working hard making Christmas cracker chocolates, reindeer biscuits, play-dough and snowman building packs to sell on enterprise day. The children had lots of fun and raised lots of money. Well done Year 3/4!

Gymnastics - This term Year 3/4CF have been working hard in gymnastics. Here is a selection of pictures of the children during their latest session.

Maths - This week the children are working on their times tables. Here are some images of the children playing Kahoot to develop their mental times tables recall.

Music - The children enjoyed their first music session this week.

Come and See - Our new topic in Come and See is Journeys. The children spent time talking to their friends describing their perfect journey. The children talked about where they would go, who and what would they take and gave reason as to why they would go in small groups.

Gymnastics - The children enjoyed their first session back at gymnastics this week.

A brilliant week for the children in Y3/4CF, with 8 children receiving the 'Star of the Week' award. Well done. Keep up the hard work!

Volcanic Eruptions - In geography this term we have been learning about volcanoes. On Friday we headed out and created our own volcanic eruptions.

Forces - This term we have been exploring forces and magnets. The children enjoyed using newton meters to test the change of force on different surfaces.

This term we are looking at instructions in English. The children enjoyed following instructions to make their own pirate hats.

Statistics - This week we have been looking at different ways to present a range of data.

At the start of Lent we spent some time thinking of some promises we would like to keep during this special time. The children made beautiful Lenten Crosses to display around school.