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The autumn curriculum


We are now starting our second autumn topic: Set in Stone. Enjoy looking at the overview leaflet coming home in satchel post. Role play: our new role play area will be a stone age dwelling. We will be creating cave paintings, setting up a stone age cooking area and consider where the dwelling would be […]

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RE unit 3: ADVENT


The learning in this unit helps develop children’s understanding of the season of Advent. We will explore the Annunciation, focussing on the response of Our Lady, when she is asked to be the mother of Jesus. From this, we will consider how we can get ready for the presence of Jesus this Christmas. The parables […]

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RE unit 6: Sacraments


We will spend 3 weeks before Advent studying this RE unit. The learning in this unit helps deepen pupils’ knowledge and understanding of the sacrament of the Eucharist, following on from our learning about the sacrament of reconciliation in the last unit. We will learn what happens during mass, and the meaning behind what happens. […]

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Our first autumn topic is Why are humans animals too?


Our first autumn topic is Why are humans animals too? Please look out for the topic overview which will come home as satchel post in our first week back at school in September. Reading: as in Y2, pupils are expected to read daily. Pages read should be written in the reading communication book. Please refer […]

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RE unit 2: Prayer, Saints and Feasts


This unit explores the themes of peace and forgiveness, expressed both by Jesus and the sacrament of reconciliation. The children will explore the sacrament of reconciliation, as well as learn about what Jesus taught about forgiveness in the story of Zacchaeus. Through the prayer of St Francis, who is our class saint, the place of […]

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RE: Unit 1 – CREATION


This unit is designed to give some insight into how we are called to be part of God’s creation. How we are called is examined through the calling of the disciples. The main teaching of this calling is that we should respond. Through baptism we are called and our parents respond on our behalf. Baptism […]

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