St. John's Catholic Primary School

Oldfield Lane, Bath, Avon, BA2 3NR

01225 303990

Shine, Celebrate and Grow!


Class teachers: Ms R Harding

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 6 - June 2019 

Summer has arrived and sun cream / hats are definitely needed!

This term our project is called 'Enterprise' where we will be planning and making things to sell at our Enterprise Fair on Friday 5th July. Here is our Term 6 Letter and our Curriculum Overview.

Thursday 13th June 2019 - MoneySense Workshop with NatWest

Our visitors today helped us learn how to plan and budget for a Birthday Party. Here we are working together:

We had a fabulous day at Longleat!!  Thank you everyone who made our day special :)

Please see below for some of our photos from our day.

Term 5 - April 2019

It's summer!!!    Time for the sun to shine and for sun hats and sun cream (hopefully).

This term our project is called 'Nature Detectives'  Here is our Term 5 Letter and our Curriculum Overview.

Friday 29th March - Our Pilgrimage to Glastonbury Tor



World Book Day - Thursday 7th March

Our Day was based around: Nibbles The Book Monster. 

We all enjoyed dressing up as a book character. Can you tell who we all are?

Spring Term 2 - February 2019

We can't believe we are more than half way through the year!

This term our project is called 'Journeys'  Here is our Term 4 Letter and our Curriculum Overview.

To start our project on Journeys we visited 'Outer Space' with The Egg Theatre.   We got ready to launch, flew in rockets, met aliens and told wonderful stories about our adventures!  It was an 'out of this world' workshop, thank you Egg theatre!

An alien with lots of arms!
An alien with lots of arms!
Blast off!
Blast off!
Capturing a unicorn!
Capturing a unicorn!

Spring Term 1 - January 2019

Welcome back. We hope you all enjoyed your Christmas holidays.

This term our project is called 'Let Me Entertain You!'  Here is our Welcome back letter and our Curriculum Overview.

Autumn Term 2

Welcome back to Term 2. This term our project is called: Can We Build It?   Here is our Curriculum Overview and here is  our start of term letter which will provide you with some useful dates and information as we head towards Christmas.


We had great fun building our Iron Age Houses!

Some photos from Our Stone Age Day

Maths Meeting for Parents and Carers on Wednesday 5th December

On Wednesday 5th December there was a session for all Year 3 & 4 Parents and Carers. If you were unable to attend this session then we have uploaded all the documents below:

The presentation

The handout

Year 3 curriculum content

Year 4 curriculum content

New shoes for a new year!
New shoes for a new year!

Autumn Term 1

Here is some information about our curriculum this term:

Learning Times Tables

This term we will be using Times Table Zappers each day. Read more below:

Reading Challenge 

This year we are excited to be starting a new reading challenge. All the Year 3 & 4 classes are working together to read 100 different books between us. Here are the books. Why not have a look and decide which book you'd like to read next:

Our 100 Book Challenge page 1

Our 100 Book Challenge page 2

Our 100 Book Challenge page 3

Our 100 Book Challenge page 4

Our 100 Book Challenge page 5

Starting No Nonsense Spelling in Term 2

We have attached a copy (below) of our presentation for those parents that were unable to attend our Spelling Sessions. 

No Nonsense Spelling Information for Year 3 & 4

After half term the children in our class will be having spellings tests on a Friday on a fortnightly basis but they will be bringing home spelling activities each week to complete and to bring back by the following Thursday.

Within school we will be spending an increased time on our spelling (3 sessions a week).


Here is the Year 3/4 Word List as some parents requested: Year 3 & 4 Word List

and the Year 2 Word List: Year 2 Word List