Oldfield Lane, Bath, Avon, BA2 3NR

01225 303990


Class teacher: Miss R Harding

Email: rharding@stjohns.bathnes.sch.uk

Welcome to Term 6

Our topic this term is Global Café. Please see below for more information.

Homework Menu Schwa

Homework Menu Year 3

Homework Menu Year 4

Project Web Term 6

Project Letter Term 6

Welcome to Term 5

Our topic this term is A Blank Canvas. Please see below for more information. 

Homework menu Schwa

Homework Menu Year 3 

Homework Menu Year 4 

Project Web Term 5

Project Letter Term 5

Plastic Pirates Costume List


Plastic Pirates

The children have worked incredibly hard to learn and perform a play in such a short term. A special 'thank you' to all of their adults at home who have produced some incredible, innovative costumes and helped the children to learn their lines. We are so proud of them, as I am sure you all are too. 


Steve Antony 

We had a fantastic visit from the author and illustrator, Steve Antony. The children listened to the story 'Unplugged,' and were able to tell him all about the stories that they had written based on his book. Steve Antony then treated them to his new book, 'The Queens Hat,' just in time for our Jubilee celebrations. He then drew some of the illustrations for them which the children absolutely loved. Meeting a real live author can increase children's interest in books, help them understand how books are produced and boost the confidence of all our aspiring writers. 


Term 4 - What a term!

 We have been so busy this term with lots of exciting projects! 

We had a Latin lesson from some students at Haysfield, did some Jackson Pollock style art, learnt how to make charts on a computer and held debates on whether or not Jesus came for Outsiders. We ended the term building and racing our own junk model cars! Well done to our winners, Oscar and Isla! 

Welcome to Term 4

Our topic this term is A Drop In The Ocean. Please see below for more information.

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 Homework Menu Year 3.pdfDownload
 Homework Menu Year 4.pdfDownload
 Project Letter 4.pdfDownload
 Project Web Term 4.pdfDownload
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Term 3

What a busy term!

Below are some photos of all the incredible things we've done this term; fruit tasting for Fresh February, an incredible trip to We the Curious, exploring and creating games with magnets and much more! Not pictured are our fantastic stories based on 'Dogs don't do Ballet!' which we were able to share with KS1; they really enjoyed our writing!

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Term 2

What a busy term we have had!

From States of Matter to Climate Zones, Space Day to Ice Skating, we've learned loads and had heaps of fun!

We planned and wrote our own Magic Finger stories and learned all about Neil Armstrong and his mission to space.

I hope you all have a lovely Christmas and will see you all in the new year.

Term 2 Homework Menu and Project information.

Attached is this term's homework menu and spellings, as well as our project web and letter for this term.

If you would like additional homework, we would recommend creative writing with a focus on punctuation, spelling, handwriting and exciting language.

You child will know which group they are in for spellings.

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 Homework Menu Year 3.pdfDownload
 Homework Menu Year 4.pdfDownload
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Term 1

We've had a very busy first term, here are some of the things we've been up to!

In English, we wrote a class poem about the sun, have a read below:

The shining sun is super fun,
If the sun is shining, I am smiling.
Like a flower in the sky,
The shining sun smiles.

Like a ball in the middle of the solar system,
The sun is a shining guide, running through the sky,
I was running with the sun,
Because the sun make my fun.

I love the sun, oh I do love the sun!
The sun makes my dreams come true.


Roman feast - We kicked off our Roman project with a Roman feast.

We tried bread and honey, dates, cold porridge (that Roman slaves would have eaten) and roasted vegetables! Luckily, we didn't have to try any of the exotic meat that Romans would have eaten, such as zebras, ostriches or lions!

In RE, we have been practicing the art of silent reflection.

This has really helped us to focus our thoughts and prayers and understand our learning, so much so that it's our favourite form of reflection now!

Here we are, reflecting on the important messages we learn from Jonah and the Whale and thinking about how we can be prophets in this day and age.

In Project, we rounded off our learning about Romans by making some Roman pots.

We worked hard to form their shape and make sure they were water-tight so that Romans could keep oil (or wine!) in them.

We enjoyed using old pencils to make markings and some of us even made handles and lids!

Welcome to a new year!

Please find information below for what we are learning this term, days on which we have PE, etc., and any other information you might need.

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Term 1 Homework Menu

Please read the Term 1 letter for more information on homework.

You child will know which group they are in for spellings.

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