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St Augustine’s Catholic Primary School A Voluntary Academy

“Conquer yourself and the world lies at your feet” St Augustine

“Believe in yourself you can do amazing things”, the children of St Augustine’s


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A warm welcome to our new children and parents.  


Your class teacher is Miss Ellams  

Your teaching assistant is Mrs McHale 



A few reminders for parents...

  Book bags need to be in school everyday (containing your child's reading book and diary). 


Children enjoy PE on a Thursday morning so please ensure children have a full labelled PE kit in school. 


We spend time outdoors so children are welcome to bring a pair of named wellies into school. 


Reading is integral to your child's development. Please ensure that you are reading with your child daily and write a comment in your child's reading diary. 


Stay and learn is every Thursday morning at 9am. Please join us to share your child's achievements and find out what your child has been learning throughout the week.


Autumn 1 'Who am I?' 

This half term the children will be thinking about what makes them special. They will be learning about friendship, family, ourselves (the human body, our senses and our likes and dislikes) and their school. We will also be thinking about how God made each one of us unique and how we can care for his creations. Please visit the curriculum page where you will be able to see a full half termly overview of our current topic. 

Autumn 2: Light & Dark. 


This half term the children will be learning about different festivals and traditions. This includes Bonfire Night, Diwali and Christmas. We will also be learning about nocturnal and diurnal animals as well as observing sources of light and making our own simple electrical circuits. Please take a look at our mid term plan for this half term for more detail. 

"Reading is a passport to countless adventures..." Enjoy one of our bedtime stories. 

Miss Ellams’ bedtime story...

Some vegetables are frozen for a very good reason. Don’t believe me? Then keep reading.

Mrs McHale’s bedtime story.

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5, 4, 3, 2, 1, BLAST OFF! Enjoy tonights bedtime story ‘Whatever Next’ read by Mrs McHale.

Trip overview (subject to change based on children's interests)

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