St. John's Catholic Primary School

Oldfield Lane, Bath, Avon, BA2 3NR

01225 303990

stjohnsbath_pri@bathnes.gov.uk

With You Beside Me All Is Possible

Class 3/4PB

Class teacher: Mr P Barry

Dear Parent/Carers
Welcome to our dedicated class page! Whenever we have got anything we would like share - photographs, letters, exciting work we are doing - we'll put it on our page.
 
TERM 1


Project Letter

Can We Conquer Britain?

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Daniel's quite rightly looking proud of his masterpiece
Daniel's quite rightly looking proud of his masterpiece

How do you build a bridge out of food??? Cue 31 children!
How do you build a bridge out of food??? Cue 31 children!

The children are on board the SS Great Britain. They are sat in the ladies parlor. Apparently no men were allowed in and this was used exclusively by first class ladies so our girls are walking in good company! Not sure why Mr Barry was allowed in, certainly wouldn't have been first class coming from Liverpool!
The children are on board the SS Great Britain. They are sat in the ladies parlor. Apparently no men were allowed in and this was used exclusively by first class ladies so our girls are walking in good company! Not sure why Mr Barry was allowed in, certainly wouldn't have been first class coming from Liverpool!

The children loved their visit to the SS Great Britain. Here, they are launching the ship after learning all about how it was built and playing with the different tools that were used.
The children loved their visit to the SS Great Britain. Here, they are launching the ship after learning all about how it was built and playing with the different tools that were used.

With Mrs Collishaw sadly departed (from our school), the children will be doing Samba classes in music this term. The children really enjoyed their first session, but what's not to like about banging drums for an hour!
With Mrs Collishaw sadly departed (from our school), the children will be doing Samba classes in music this term. The children really enjoyed their first session, but what's not to like about banging drums for an hour!

I think you'll all agree that the children did a fantastic job with our water cycle working wall this term.
I think you'll all agree that the children did a fantastic job with our water cycle working wall this term.

At the start of Advent we had a Reconciliation service. Here, the children are throwing their sins into a fire as a visual reference for their sins disappearing.
At the start of Advent we had a Reconciliation service. Here, the children are throwing their sins into a fire as a visual reference for their sins disappearing.

Our anti bullying ambassadors are proudly showing off our anti bullying graffiti wall. We completed this for anti bullying week with slogans about why you should not bully others and what to do if you are getting bullied.
Our anti bullying ambassadors are proudly showing off our anti bullying graffiti wall. We completed this for anti bullying week with slogans about why you should not bully others and what to do if you are getting bullied.

Our working wall for this term's project is up and ready to be completed. I'm asking the children to complete the wall as we go along so that they can show how the water cycle works in their own way.
Our working wall for this term's project is up and ready to be completed. I'm asking the children to complete the wall as we go along so that they can show how the water cycle works in their own way.

Joshua Siegal gave a hugely entertaining talk. His poetry is well worth a read!
Joshua Siegal gave a hugely entertaining talk. His poetry is well worth a read!

A huge thank you to Fr. Bill who came in to celebrate the Living Rosary with the children on the 100th anniversary of the Miracle of the Sun at Fatima.
A huge thank you to Fr. Bill who came in to celebrate the Living Rosary with the children on the 100th anniversary of the Miracle of the Sun at Fatima.

The children are enjoying making their Anglo Saxon settlements and houses. We hope you're looking forward to seeing them bring them home!
The children are enjoying making their Anglo Saxon settlements and houses. We hope you're looking forward to seeing them bring them home!