News: Covid-19 Absence Guide for Parents

Once again can we please ask everyone to familiarise themselves with this guidance from the local authority.  It is vital that these guidelines are followed at all times. COVID-19-Absence-Guide-for-parents.pdf

News: Festive Fun at St Marys

Please see information about events and activities taking place during December. Christmas-2020.pdf

Reception: Goldilocks

We had lots of hungry bears in Reception this morning.  After reading the story of Goldilocks, we all helped to make the perfect porridge by following instructions and measuring full and half cups!  We ate the porridge for our snack and it was delicious!

Year 4:Mendi Patterns

This afternoon two group painted their mendhi patterns onto their hands in Art based on their design. It was lovely for them to embrace this form of body art which of course originated in India! The rest of the pupils will do this tomorrow. Mr Steele

Year 4: Sinister Substances!!

Today PC Kim delivered an excellent session on harmful chemicals to Y4 pupils, e.g. those found in cleaning products and beauty products, and the importance of being careful around these! As always pupils found the lesson very helpful 🙂 Thanks PC Kim!

Year 6: Week beginning 23 Tachwedd

Pnawn da pawb.   We hope that you all have had a lovely weekend.  This week, we will be finishing our PowerPoints and presenting them to the rest of the class.  In Maths, we will continue converting between mm, cm, m and km.  Following this, we will be converting between miles and km.   Last week, we … Read more…

Nursery: Starry Week

This week we have read the book How To Catch a Star? by Oliver Jeffers, counted points on stars and tried to catch our own stars🌟. We have had fun exploring with magnets 🧲 and counting using the steppingstones outside, taking turns and being careful. Enjoy your weekend  Mrs Jones, Mrs Probin, Miss Scott and … Read more…

Year 1: Weekly Update

The children have all worked incredibly hard this week. We have been learning about number bonds to 10 and how to solve them with missing numbers. We loved our first Muddy Monday session and cannot wait for the next one on Monday! The children have been visited by Superworm this week. He has left messages … Read more…

Year 3: Homework and the week ahead

Your homework this week is to choose any country from anywhere in the world (please not Wales though as we have covered this already). It might even be somewhere you have been lucky enough to visit. Make a list of foods that the country is famous for. See what you can find out about foods … Read more…

Year 5: Class Reader

This week we read the next chapter of our book. It was when Bruno and the boy got turned into mice. The pupils worked in pairs to adapt the chapter into a play script. They worked extremely well. Once all groups had completed their written work, they performed them to the class. It was lovely … Read more…

Year 2: Homework

Homework this week is set on Google Classroom. It is a sense poem linked to The Gunpowder Plot. The children all completed a sense poem on Wednesday in school for Remembrance and some of the ideas that they came up with were absolutely amazing. It was a challenging task but they all did so well … Read more…

News: Parent Governor Nomination

We currently have a vacancy for a Parent Governor at this school.  Please open the attachment for further information. If you wish to nominate any parent (or indeed, be nominated yourself), you should print off and complete the nomination form and return to school by 12 noon on Friday 27th November 2020. Parent-Governor-Nomination-Form.pdf

Year 1: Homework

Hello book bags have come home today. We can see in class the children are getting tired so they must be at home too especially after a busy day in school. If they would rather read a few pages each night rather than the whole book all in one go that is absolutely fine. As … Read more…

Year 2: Fresh Air Friday

Just a reminder that tomorrow will be our first Fresh Air Friday where we will go up to the garden for lots of fun outdoor learning.  Children need to come to school dressed in old, warm clothes. They also need to bring a pair of wellies to change into and a warm waterproof coat or … Read more…

Reception:Book bags

We hope you are enjoying your school reading books.  This week, there is also a little book called ‘Super Power Words’. Inside the book are two tricky words for you to help your child recognise. They don’t need to write them but can try if they wish. These are words that will start to come … Read more…

Year 4: Measuring Temperatures

Year 4 have enjoyed doing science this morning! They have been predicting and measuring the temperature of boiling hot water, room temperature and icy water, and will do the same in one hours time and after lunch. Keep up the good work pawb! Mr Steele

Reception: We’re going on a bear hunt!

This week has got off to a great start! After reading the story ‘we’re going on a bear hunt’, we have loved playing bear hide and seek.  We have been busy making collages of bears and had fun counting little bears and playing a board game about bears! We have been super at taking turns … Read more…

Year 6: Week beginning 16/11

I am very proud of my Year 6 class.  Everyone is working very hard and trying their best.  I was very pleased with everyone’s war and peace poems from last week.  They were very thoughtful.    This week, we will be carrying on with brackets in Maths and then moving on to converting between measurements.  In … Read more…

Year 2: Glitter and Glow

Pnawn da!  We hope you are having a lovely weekend! This week in school we will be starting our new topic of Glitter and Glow. To begin with we will be learning all about Diwali and continuing to learn about Remembrance and linking it to WW1. In a few weeks time we will be starting … Read more…