Our Class Pages

Presentations from our 'new class' parents' meetings on 6th July:

Name
Year 1 Presentation.pdfDownload
Year 2 Presentation.pdfDownload
Year 3 Presentation.pdfDownload
Year 6 Presentation.pdfDownload
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Please click on your child's class in the 'Our Class Pages' menu above and you'll be able to view their class page which contains:

  • The lastest information asbout their class topics;
  • important reminders
  • and a link to download the current class newsletter and topic overview.

Spirituality

We aim to seek out the spiritual in our learning at St Mary's. Click on the class names in the left hand menu to see some of the ways spirituality will be explored in this term's topics.


Reading for pleasure is important for all ages!

Reading is an important and vital life skill. We encourage all children to read regularly both in school and at home. Please ensure that when you read with your child you complete their Reading Journal regularly. If your child completes 5 pages of their Reading Journal in any term they will receive a certificate in assembly to celebrate their success!

Any comments you make provide the teachers with valuable information about your child and their reading habits.

We provide the children with a range of reading books from a variety of reading schemes and from popular authors. These books are available from the School Libraries. We use a range of schemes across the school to develop reading fluency and understanding. Your child's class teacher will ensure that your child chooses a book that is suitable to their particular need and that will address their reading targets which you will find in the front of their reading journal.

Phonics is taught across the school. In earlier phases Floppy's Phonics (Oxford Reading Tree) is used and in later phases Phonics International is used (written by the leading phonics expert, Debbie Hepplewhite, who trained the St Mary's staff personally).

If you would like more information about phonics and how you can help at home please speak to your child's class teacher.