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At St. Joseph’s we live, love and learn by the example of Jesus

At St. Joseph’s we live, love and learn by the example of Jesus

Class News

Friday 21st July 

Dear parents,

We have come to the end of a fabulous year. Thank you for a delightful few Friday's and a wet trip. You really have brightened by Friday's ,so thank you. 

I know that Mrs Ramsay and Mrs O'Dowd have had a fantastic year with you and are extremely proud of all of your achievements. 

Have a wonderful Summer. Mrs O'Connor 

Friday 14th July

Year 3 had a lovely Friday 'the best day ever'.Even though our trip was partially a washout we still had a lovely day. We first attended Mass with the Parish and always the children were highly commended by parishioners for their amazing behaviour. Fr John asked to come along to Cedars park but sadly he had another mass :-) We walked to Cedars park  as the rain started in hope that it was showers. It really wasn't just a shower,we stood under a tree and then made the decision than an early Ice lolly and then a return to school was better. A BIG thank you to all the children for being so positive about the decision to return.Our class picnic was a lovely cosy event,All in all a different day but still a fantastic one!

Have a lovely weekend.

Mrs O'Connor



Friday 16th June 


This week Year 3 have worked hard despite the heat- well done boys and girls.


Maths- we have continued our learning of long division and I am beyond proud with how hard they have worked and how well they have done. They have shown great growth mind set


English- we have been looking at the book Atlas of Adventure and been travelling around the world learning lots of facts about the destinations and have written some superb pieces of writing.

Reading we finished the Iron Man and answered a variety of VIPER questions linked to chapter 5. We have been so engaged in our class book the creakers too- will the grown-ups ever return to Whiffington town?


French- how many of our vegetable can you recall?


RE-We are now into our second week of special places. We have thought about our own special places and why they are.Why these places mean so much to us and how they help us. We also spoke about the Church and other Catholic places of worship. This was new learning as we talked of Cathedrals and even Rome so may be a little conversation and sharing on that at home. 


I hope all the Dads had a lovely Father's day and enjoyed receiving your cards.