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St. Cyprian and St.Teresa

Our new topics for the second half of the summer term are Gateways to the world: Airports in IPC and Helping Plants Grow Well in Science.

Both classes, St Cyprian and St Teresa have P.E on Tuesdays. Please ensure your child has their P.E. kit. Swimming this half term is on Monday afternoon, so please ensure your child has a swimming costume and a towel. The girls will also need to wear a swimming hat.

Here are some websites you can access in order to further extend your children's learning. 

http://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/ks2/science/

http://www.mathplayground.com/

http://www.ictgames.com/

Encourage your child to keep their maths skills sharp, by practising their multiplication tables regularly. 

It is very important that children are reading on a regular basis at home. In order to help improve your child's reading and comprehension, it is a good idea to discuss the book with them, and pose some questions regarding the plot and characters. 

Homework is given on Fridays and is expected back the following Wednesday. Please encourage your child to complete homework on time.


Should you have any concerns or queries please feel free to speak to us after school. 

Miss Hayley & Mrs De Souza
The class showed time zones in different places
Behind Greenwich Mean Time
Ahead of Greenwich Mean Time
The class went to a local shop and bought some Tur
They tasted the food they had purchased
They tried Turkish delight, hummus, finger cakes.
Ricotta cheese, olives, biscuits and dates
Some said they would like to go back again to try
Numeracy Problem Solving Group Activity
Look at these fossils!
We loved looking at all sorts of  fossils
fossils at the Natural History Museum
What a massive diplodocus!
with the big cats at the Natural History Museum
astonished by the elephants
What makes a good Father
Light of the World Prayers
Jesus' Temptations
We dressed up for World Book Day: Blue Table (
Red Table- book characters
Yellow and Green Tables book characters
Purple Table- book characters
Orange Table- book characters
Brown Table- book characters
Looking closely with a magnifying lens
We watched as we dropped water on the rocks (
We worked cooperatively in our teams
We measured the water accurately
How does the rock feel?
Measuring the amount of water
We described the appearance & texture of the rock
We coloured in the drawings of rocks
We explained what we observed
We drew close-up drawings of the rocks
What sort of particles are these rocks made up of?
Are the particles of the rock smooth or sharp
Are the particles of the rock big or small?
Taking care of our teeth
Learning how to brush our teeth correctly
Fitted comfortably in our completed tetrahedron
Filling up our tetrahedron
more team work
Listening attentively to instructions
Start with a triangle
Great team work
We fit in our tetrahedro
Using a stethoscope
Team games in Bruce Castle Park
Can I hear your heartbeat?
Doctor listens to patient's heartbeat
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