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Our Lady and St Oswald's Catholic Primary School

Our Lady and St Oswald's Catholic Primary School

With Christ at our centre; we can live, love and learn together to be the best we can

School Values

  • Respect
  • Understanding
  • Honesty
  • Respect
  • Understanding
  • Honesty
  • Respect
  • Understanding

St Anthony

Welcome to St Anthony class hope you have all enjoyed your summer break and are ready for the new school year ahead. Below you will find a few reminders in readiness for this coming year.

PE kits are to be worn to school every Wednesday and Friday. Homework will be handed out every Friday and must be returned by Tuesday. Home school link books will be issued to every pupil, any messages you would like to pass on are to be written within the book, however, please come in or phone the school if you would like to discuss any matter further.

 Children have a reading record and every week, new spellings will be glued in and details of when homework is set on spag.com please encourage your child to bring in both books every day. Dojo points will be given to pupils who have remembered them and for those who have read the previous night. Please read as often as you can with your child to increase their fluency. I have also given the children a ‘Shelf Book.’ They can change these as required and I will use these for individual reading in class.

Our Forest school session is on a Monday and I suggest that pupils bring their wellies to wear( or some footwear to change into) as we will be out in all weathers!

 This coming term out topic will be based on Arctic and Antarctic Explorers.

 

We hope to get the chance to meet you in person soon,

Mrs H. Jones and Mrs H. Rogers- Leggett.

Welcome back to all of our children and families. As a staff we all understand how exciting but also worrying this time can be so if you have any concerns at all then please feel free to come and see myself, Mrs Rogers-Leggatt or Mrs Porritt. 

Homework

Due to the current restrictions, most homework will be completed on-line.

I have sent details home with the children on how to log onto the Bigmaths website..... they will need the school pin number, their user name and our class password. Any problems please e-mail me on the class e-mail. We will also be using Spag.com and I will sent home their log-in details shortly.

The children have a scheme reading book... we will be changing these on a Monday initially so please make sure the children remember to bring these in.

 Forest School (on a Monday)- 

We will be enjoying nature and outdoor activities including Forest School if children could please leave a carrier bag with a waterproof coat and wellies (all named) on their peg this would be a great help.

 P.E –

 P.E will take place each Wednesday(Sports) and Friday. On Friday the children will need to bring their PE kits in their bags to change into (just black shorts and a white t-shirt as this will be an indoor session). They will then go home in their PE kit.

On Wednesdays the children come to school in their PE kit, school jumper and trainers they will remain in these all day. They can also wear black tracksuit bottoms/leggings as this will usually be an outdoor session (depending on weather).

 

 Please ensure that your child has a labelled water bottle each day and that all uniform and PE kit has their name on it.

Please do not hesitate to contact me if you have any questions.

Big Maths online

 

I have added you all on to Big Maths. You will find your clics, learn-it's and SAFE challenges. You can only do them once a week.

You will need the school PIN -0539 , a username.....which is your first name with a 2

.....e.g. David2. If there is someone else with the same name, then use the first initial of your

surname...e.g. DavidW2.  And then the password which is....... Stanthony1.

So.........

   Log in to Big Maths Online

  • Pin number........0539
  • Username
  • password...... Stanthony1

 

Any problems.....e-mail me. They are completed on the screen. Have fun!

Friday 10th July

Friday 3rd July

Awwww look how big Mini has grown!!

A big well done to Luke for winning this medal after his 5KM run. A great achievement.

Friday 26th June

Joel made this yummy chocolate cake! I would like a big slice of that!!

Poor Archie is in the wars! Send him a message to cheer him up guys!

Some of you have been very busy with my potato challenge!

Hi everyone, just to remind you to check out the staff videos!!! Go on to children section on our website and scroll down to the Video Resource Centre. All the Staff have left you a message or a challenge. I promise it will give you a giggle xxwink

Ava and Arthur have been very busy in their gardens.

Luke is keeping fit on his bike and his lovely furry friend keeps him company

Week starting 11/5/20. This week's learning is on the class page and not on the internet. Please do it on some paper if you can't print it off. The answers are somewhere at the end for you to check your answers

Home learning tasks for week beginning 4/5/20

Here are the resources for the Big Maths. You know which clic you are on (If you can remember after all this time!-If not,e-mail me on the class e mail and I'll get back to you. Enjoy these activities and remember it's a marathon and not a sprint!!!

Arthur and William have been keeping busy!!

Hi everyone.. I hope you are all well.....Remember to send me photographs of what you have been up to at home.Here's the home learning for w/b 27/4/20

Arthur has a new member in his family! isn't she lovely?

Eva has been busy making a hamster maze

Well done St. Anthony's class. I have had an e-mail off IXL to say that as a class you have answered 1000 questions already!! That's awesome guys..... keep it up!!

 

Also.... I have had a look at another maths site that I think you will enjoy. It's called 'The Maths Factor' and it's presented by Carol Vorderman ( Your mum and Dad will have heard about her even if you haven't! ) This has great explanations and best of all its free to join up whilst schools are closed!!

Archie and his mum made this delicious banana rainbow loaf. Looks yummy!

Alex has made a cozy reading den

Luke has been busy on his Egyptian Topic

Well Done- 2500 questions answered!

Websites log-in's

Class Mummification March 2020

Overview Spring 2 2020

Overview Spring Term 1 2020

Welcome Autumn 2019

Time Table Autumn Term 2019

Christmas Production - Straw and Order

Over the past two days we have played an active role in the KS2 Nativity play. I think you'll agree that we look great in our costumes. Further pictures can be found in the gallery section.

 

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