St. John's Catholic Primary School

Oldfield Lane, Bath, Avon, BA2 3NR

01225 303990

Shine, Celebrate and Grow!


Class teachers: Ms R Harding

How are we halfway through the year already?!

Here is some of what we've been up to this Spring Term...

And finally, rehearsals have begun for our Spring Spectacular... PLASTIC PIRATES!

Our actors are already working extremely hard, and we cannot wait for you all to come and see us!

Please remember that, in the interest of sustainability, we have asked that costumes are reused (second hand) or recycled (made from materials you have at home). 

Thanks for your support.

We had a great time during number day, where we created our own theme parks and solved the treasure hunt. The costumes were fantastic and lots of fun was had... With maths, can you believe it?!

If you were not able to attend the parent maths workshop this week please click here to see a copy.

All homework is now done on Abacus online...

See here if you're struggling to get on!

Logins are all stuck in our classroom window.

The day we became game developers

Here we are doing some very tough research on different board games, hopefully all that time spent in Monopoly Jail will inspire us to create some really exciting games across the term! Watch this space for exciting things to come...

Here's what we're up to this term:

 Term 3 Letter.docxDownload
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WOW! What a term we've had.

Thank you all so much for making me feel so welcome in my first big term here at St. John's!
We have done so many exciting things this term, here is just a snapshot of it all:

And we ended it all with a fabulous Christmas party! The dance moves were on fire and Mr Brown's speed pictionary was super fun. We even had our very own Big Fat Christmas Quiz, which was enjoyed by all.


Wishing you all a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year! 

We channelled our inner John Lennon and wrote our own songs about friendship in PSHE - some even turned them into raps!

Who could forget our fantastic trip to We the Curious at the start of December?!

We had so much fun exploring, and even got to conduct a science experiment all about the Water Cycle in their specialised laboratory. 

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Here are the spellings rules that children need to learn in Year 3/4. 
We will be working on these throughout the year, using this language.

Please see the class teacher if you are unsure of anything.

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What a busy term we have had!
Here is just a snapshot of what we have been up to.
We've learned what Romans eat and how that food is digested. 

We researched and delivered our own presentations on what the Romans have done for Britain..

And we are currently working on some beautiful Roman mosaics!
I wonder what next term has in store...

Please remember to bring in your coats!
It is getting very cold and I only have one spare... 

Things got heated in our RE debates yesterday.

We discussed the question 'Are people still called by God today?' and thought about the work that Greta Thunberg is doing at the moment. It brought up some great ideas for discussion and we thought about it from all angles. We'll be writing up our debates next week, so watch this space!

Chicken on the roof!

We had such a lovely time at the Children's Literature Festival!
A HUGE thank you to our parent volunteers, and a special thanks to Mrs Joyce for being a super woman and running up and down roads and hills to help us cross safely. We couldn't have done it without you! 

Drop Everything And Read!

Please note that parents/carers are invited to read in class on Mondays and Wednesdays from 08:45 - 09:00!

Term 1 September 2019

It's September and we are excited to be starting a new year...


We are Time Travellers! 

 Here is a breakdown of what we will be covering this year

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