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St Bernadette's Roman Catholic Primary School

Together we Learn. Together we Achieve. Together we grow in God's Love.

Please see below for Autumn 2019 newsletter...

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Please visit our Twitter page @StBernadettesrcp for regular updates throughout the school day! 

Our Class Teacher is Mrs O'Donnell.

Mrs Mills will teach us on Fridays!

Other adults who help in our class are Mrs. J. Taylor, Mrs.C Holt and Miss L McCloskey.

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 In Year 5/6, we are all WELCOME in God's name, as God's children.

Inspired by the WORD of God.

We are WITNESSES to the word of God in our actions.

Throughout the day we WORSHIP in many different ways.

We care about the WELFARE of our school community.

WWJD?

During any 'tricky' times in our lives we remember Jesus is at the centre of EVERYTHING we do

and we will always ask ourselves,

What Would Jesus Do?

Please click here for our Yearly Overview. It will give you information about all Curriculum Subjects over a 2 year cycle.

Please click below for the Year 6 Maths Booster Tool

MATHS SAT ORGANISER 2019

Our Autumn topic 2019 is Ancient Greece.

                        

 

In English we will be studying Greek Myths!

Our class novel this term will be WHO LET THE GODS OUT!

 

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   In Science, we will be studying:

Inheritance and Adaptation

        

Religion Topics we will cover this term:

Loving

Vocation and Commitment

Expectations

   

 Our Class Saint 

Saint Teresa of Calcutta 

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"Kind words can be short and easy to speak, but their echoes are truly endless"

Our Class Author:

  Michael Morpurgo


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 "Stories make you think and dream;  books make you want to ask questions"

Our Class Artist

Pablo Picasso

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"Every child is an artist. The problem is to remain an artist once they grow up."