Young Artists Summer Show

You may already be aware of the Royal Academy’s annual summer exhibitions. Inspired by this, the Royal Academy is holding a young Artists summer show. The Young Artists’ Summer Show is a free, open submission exhibition for young artists aged 5 – 19 years studying in the UK and British schools overseas. St Catherine‘s school […]

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Year 3 Weekly Update – 11/12/20

Dear parents/carers, This week in year 3 in our literacy we have been continuing to write our own adventure stories, following the structure of the Stone Age Boy. We have tried to use speech marks and interesting adjectives in our stories and also to make sure that they have a clear structure, setting, characters and plot. Maths: The children will be […]

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Year 3 Virtual British Museum Lesson

Year 3 were very excited today to join the Museum of London live on Tuesday for a virtual workshop, where they showed us the findings of some archaeological digs from the Stone Age, Bronze Age and the Iron Age. We were shown many things, such as the real jaw of a woolly mammoth, a handaxe, the […]

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Year 3 Weekly Update – 04/12/20

Dear parents/carers, This week in year 3 in our literacy we have been planning our own adventure stories, following the structure of the Stone Age Boy. In our adventure stories our characters will be time travelling back to 1666, the time of the Great Fire of London. Later on this week we will be writing the beginning and middle of our […]

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Year 3 Weekly Update – 27/11/20

Dear parents/carers, This week in year 3 in our literacy/topic we have begun to read the story of the Stone Age Boy and to discuss the text. The children have been writing speech for the characters in the story and will later on be learning about using speech marks to punctuate their direct speech. Maths: Following on from our learning last […]

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Year 3 Weekly Update – 20/11/20

Dear parents/carers, This week in year 3 in our literacy/topic we have begun our new topic of Tribal Tales (from Stone Age to Iron Age). The children begun the week with a ‘virtual’ visit to the Lascaux caves in France to see the cave paintings from the Stone Age. They learnt about the differences between the lives of Stone Age […]

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