Miss Foxall is the class teacher and Mrs Haywood is the Teaching Assistant.
Join me, Mrs Haywood and your classmates on Google Classrooms every Thursday at 2:30. We can't wait to see you all!
SUM DOG - Competition 5th June-11th June
Well done to everyone who took part in the SUM DOG competition last week! As a class we finished 11th out of 33!! This was down to all your hard efforts! WELL DONE!! We were also the daily winners on Tuesday (9th June) with the highest overall score for the day!
Remember SUM DOG is still available for you to use. Make use of this brilliant app which you can use for math, grammar and spelling.
Support for using Google Classroom for the first time
Learned and Wise Summer Term Two
Children at St Benedict's are growing to be . . .
learned, finding God in all things; and wise in the ways they use their learning for the common good.
St Benedict's helps children to grow . . .
by the breadth and depth of the curriculum; by excellence of teaching, and the creation of opportunities to become more learned and wise.
Summer Term 2020
Welcome Back Harvington! I know these times are pretty strange, like we said in our message below, but it's now Summer Term already it's true what they say...time flies when you're having fun
We are moving onto our new topic of Transport, this topic will be lots of fun. We are going to create our own vehicles, look at how transport has changed over time and research different modes of transport. In English our book this term is a classic, James and the Giant Peach by Roald Dahl. I know we briefly looked at this when we celebrated Roald Dahl Day but we only got to read a passage... so I'm hoping you will all enjoy it.
In Maths we have a little more work to do on fractions and time then we will move onto properties of shapes and measuring mass and capacity. Science we will be exploring Plants, investigating how plants grow and what they need in order to grow healthy, the functions of the different parts of a plant/flower and the life cycle of a plant/flower. RE we will be exploring Easter in more detail and reading the stories Road to Emmaus and Breakfast on the shore.
Me and Mrs Haywood would like to remind you all that you are all doing a fantastic job with your home learning and we are so proud.
You are all superstars!