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Year 4 - Maryvale 2021-22

Welcome to Maryvale!

Teachers- Mrs Moss

Teaching Assistant- Mrs Haywood and Miss Birk

Hello to our Maryvale students and your families.

 

I cannot believe that the new year has finally begun and I am so excited to get to know all of the wonderful pupils in our Maryvale family.  It is time to start learning and blossoming - we are going to have so much fun!

 

Look out for any exciting news and updates on our class page as well as the super activities we have been completing in class.

Take good care, keep safe and remember that "IN LOVE WE LEARN, IN FAITH WE GROW!"

 

Mrs Moss

 

 

 

 

                                                 

 

 

 

This year, we are going to be paying particular attention to our times tables - we need to know them all up to 12 x 12!

Follow this link to complete some great activities to help you remember your times tables...

 

https://www.timestables.co.uk/

 

 

 

 

Our Class Timetable

CURRICULUM

VALUES & VIRTUES- Jesuit Pupil Profile

Please see the links below for extra information about the Values and Virtues that we focus on each half-term.

THE GOD WHO SPEAKS

Each half term we focus on a different scripture reading.  This reading will then be looked at in detail and we learn more about what it means, why it is important and how we can relate it to our lives.

Autumn 1

'In the beginning the Word already existed the Word was with God, and the Word was God' John 1:1

EXAMPLES OF OUR WORK

 

It is a great privilege for our class to be named Maryvale. This Holy place in the Diocese of Birmingham has a special place in our hearts and prayers. A place of training for a vocation of spreading the word of the Lord. Our own former Parish Priest, Father Paul Watson spent many years as director of Maryvale which strengthens and personalises our link with the institute in a most spiritual and special way. Our own class prayer is the Prayer of the Sacred Heart of Jesus, which has a special place in daily prayer and collective worship. 

Christmas Nativity 2020

We all hope that you enjoy the performances from each of the classes in KS1 and KS2.Thank you, and Merry Christmas to all.

HOMEWORK & HOMELEARNING

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