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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

Explorers

Home Learning Week Commencing 20th April WEEK 4

HOME LEARNING TIMETABLE WEEK COMMECING 6TH APRIL

HOME LEARNING TIMETABLE WC 30TH MARCH

HOME LEARNING TIMETABLE WEEK COMMENCING 23RD MARCH

KEY WEBSITES

KEY WEBSITES 1

MONDAY 23RD MARCH

MONDAY 23RD MARCH 1
MONDAY 23RD MARCH 2
MONDAY 23RD MARCH 3

Maths- Week 1 Monday Addition/Subtraction

 

https://myminimaths.co.uk/year-6-home-learning-week-1-addition-subtraction-using-formal-written-methods-monday/ 

 

 

    THERE IS A WHOLE WORLD OUT THERE                  WAITING TO BE EXPLORED...

We are the EXPLORERS. 

We are FOCUSED, RESILIENT, BRAVE, HARD WORKING & AMBITIOUS

 

 

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Key Information

  • Children must bring their reading books and home reading journals in every day to school
  • P.E is on Thursdays-Please ensure your child has their kit in every week
  • Homework will usually be given on a Monday and due in on Friday. If your child requires some help with their homework, please encourage them to come to see Mrs Johnson during the week so she can help them
  • Clubs run every Monday 3-4, with compulsory SATS club on Wednesdays

REVISION WEBSITES

Year 5/6 Parent & Child Maths Club

EVERY WEDNESDAY 3-4

 

Aspirations Week 2019

 

 

Our Aspirations Programme

What are we EXPLORING?

Spring 2

Were the Vikings always vicious and victorious?

 

This exciting topic will allow the explorers to investigate big questions such as, "Why did the Vikings invade Britain?" and "How did the Vikings influence the lives of the British people?"

Vikings Knowledge Organiser

The Water Cycle SPRING 1

 

This half term, we will be exploring many fascinating questions such as:

  • what is water and why is it a necessity all around the world?
  • how is rain formed?
  • what is precipitation?
  • what happens when a country gets too much or not enough rain fall?
  • how can water  be used as energy?
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