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Catholic Primary School


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Class 3M

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Have a look at what we've been up to so far this year:

CEMEX Visits


Hatfield Quarry

Amwell Nature Reserve

Feeling Good Week 


Paralympic Roadshow

Healthy Treats

We made the Joe Wicks healthy bake recipe for blueberry and banana muffins. The ingredients include banana, blueberries and oats!


Forest School

For the first of half of the Spring Term, we spent every other Friday morning in our Forest School. We learned so much and enjoyed lots of activities like learning how to make a clove hitch or 'fish in the dish' knot, creating a 'nature stick', finding all the different lines and angles in our forest environment and roasting marshmallows on an open fire (after being taught our fire safety rules!). A big thank you to Mrs Hulley for all her hard work in planning and organising our Forest School experience!

Gods and Mortals

Greek Day

We started the day by looking at the Ancient Greek alphabet and researched what our name is in Ancient Greek. We then made our own name tags.

Next, we went into the hall and listened to and acted out the story of Pandora’s Box.

After break, we had our own Olympics. The games included: javelin, bean bag toss and a relay race. We separated into two teams – Athens and Sparta. In the end, Sparta won! It was a really close contest.

In the afternoon, we made clay Medusa heads and designed our own Greek pots.

Investigating Ancient Greek Artefacts




We went to ASDA to find out where our fruits and vegetables come from. We also looked out for Fair Trade items.

Banana Split

First, we watched a video on how to make a banana split. We went through the five steps together, discussing the ingredients and equipment needed. Then, we went to the Cooking Room to make our very own banana split! We ate them back in the classroom - they were delicious!

Breads from Around the World

In class, we discussed different types of bread and which countries they come from.

In groups, we studied a world map and matched the breads to the countries they come from.

Home Learning - Useful Websites

KS2 Statutory Spellings

Here is the PowerPoint from the English Information Evening.

How parents can support their child with maths

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Attendance percentage for each class.

  • Nursery


  • Reception


  • Year 1


  • Year 2


  • Year 3


  • Year 4


  • Year 5


  • Year 6


Whole School:

"We are part of God's family. We follow the way of Jesus by loving, learning and doing our best."


Awards we have achieved so far.