Category Archives: St Augustine


Chuffed!


As part of our topic on ‘Terrific Trevithick’ we were really lucky to have a visit from Dougal, a hundred year old steam roller. Neil, the driver, showed us around and explained how the engine works and told us a little of its history. A local expert was drafted in to supervise the driving onto […]

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Year 3 & 4 Football Tournament


On Monday the 11th May, children from years 3 and 4 represented St. John’s at a football tournament organised by CSIA. The children won some convincing matches and played extremely well, especially for our first tournament. Thanks to the adults who helped drive us there and to Miss Wilson for helping supervise. (We took it […]

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St. Augustine Summer term spellings


Fingers crossed you will be able to access the spellings here: Spellings Y4 Summer 1 Thanks to the parents who have asked for the spellings to be available on the website. I will put the next set on straight away after half-term. This week, WB 11/5/15 we will be testing the children on Week 5 […]

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The Gruffalo


The Gruffalo might have left our library, but he is not far away. Friday 29th May, he will be at Falmouth Bookseller from 11-2. This event will include: Dressing up competition Storytelling Colouring competition If you would like to find out more use this link Gruffalo at Falmouth Bookseller

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Trevithick Day success!


A massive “well done” to St. Augustine class who represented St. John’s this week to win the Trevithick Day competition. Their work included models and paintings of engine houses, fact-files about Richard Trevithick, diagrams of some of his inventions and portraits of the inventor himself. The work was entirely the children’s own, but they were […]

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Nepal Earthquake Disaster


Please visit the RE page to discover the FANTASTIC amount raised on Dress Down Friday to support SHELTERBOX out in Nepal.

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Allergies


If your child suffers from allergies that result in a severe reaction, please inform school. Class teachers and the SENCo (Mrs Lobban) need to have this information, to support the safety of your child in school. NUT FREE SCHOOL Reminder: we are a nut free school. Please ensure no food items with nuts are brought […]

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Y3 Cake Sale


Thanks to all parents who kindly allowed their children to buy one (…. or more) of our cakes at this morning’s cake sale. We raised over £100, which will pay for our Roman invader later this month. It’s great to have such positive support from you all.

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The Good, the Bad and the Ugly!


This half term our new topic will be ‘The Good, the Bad and the Ugly’. We had a fancy dress day to launch the topic with children (and adults) coming dressed up as ‘goodies’ or ‘baddies’   I’d like to tell you that it was one of our stranger days…but it was pretty much business […]

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