Year 1 have been creating their very own monsters. We wrote character descriptions and used lots of interesting adjectives to describe our monsters! Take a look...
We have been learning about the Sacrament of Reconcilation and how the choices we make are very important. We looked at different ways of making the sign of peace other than shaking hands. We also made up our own broken and mended dances using instruments of our choice.
The children in Year 2 have been following the story of the Queen's Knickers. The queen has a different pair of knickers for all of her royal occasions. We began by designing many more knickers for many more of her royal visits.
This week has been our annual Sports Week; Year 6 pupils have tried their hand at a lot of different sports: Fencing, Boules, Basketball, Rock-Climbing and Archery to name just a few.
The Year has also been representing Mexico as its chosen nation so, as well as a Mexican dance to open the week, Year 6 have also sampled some...
Year 1 travelled all the way to Liverpool to visit The Beatles museum. We went in the Cavern Club, went in the Yellow Submarine and even played some records! The staff at the museum were so impressed with how much we knew!
In Year 3 today we were looking for patterns and trying to use our mathematical vocabulary to explain reasons for answers when we added 2 digit numbers that were diagonally opposite each other on a 100 grid. The problem was from the Nrich website. We started off with a small grid of numbers that were close to each other...
Today was the first time our school joined in this day and we focused on the idea of "Children praying for Children" from the Mission Together charity.
As a school we gathered in the hall while Miss Kirkup explained what "Children praying for Children" meant. It was a special way to pray the Rosary so children at Our Lady's can...
Today we have wrote instructions for how to plant sunflower seeds. We began by reminding ourselves what we must do to write a clear set of instructions. We needed a title , a what you need box, numbers to show order and imperative verbs ( bossy words.) We wanted to make sure that our instructions were simple to follow...
Last week in Religion we studied the unit on "The Dignity of Work"
Today Miss McIntyre , with the help of some children, asked and answered such questions as
What is work?
Are some jobs more important than others?
The classes then took turns to share what aspect of work they had studied.
Here are some photos from the assembly.