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St Teresa's Catholic Primary School

from smallest to greatest

Spring 2

Easter Eggstravaganza

We might not all be together for our first Easter Eggstravaganza but we can still find joy in making some cracking Easter bonnets.  We will share all of your eggstrordinary and eggsiting creations here.

Maths learning at home

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Learning from home

Thank you for sharing your photos, it's so nice to see that we have all been busy. 

What's happening in our classroom?

God is so big_Trim.mp4

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Our Mother's Day song

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We love our Mums!
Our chicks are so active now, and have grown so much. It has been so amazing watching them develop. 
We were inspired by the Julia Donaldson story to make our own paper dolls after reading the beginning of the story. We had some very tricky folding to do, and intricate cutting out to make our own paper dolls. But look at our amazing creations.



We’re so eggsited! The Farmer has brought some eggs for us to hatch, and to look after the young. Guessing what might be inside revealed some eggstraordinary thoughts.... crocodiles, dinosaurs, snakes, chicks, tortoises??? 

We’re waiting eggspectantly and can’t wait to share the next bit of news. Eggspect regular updates from your child. 

Nine eggs in the incubator


SuperWorm is super long, SuperWorm is super strong!


Can you make a super long worm out of plasticine? What happens if we don't all have the same amount of plasticine? How are we going to find out whose SuperWorm was the longest?


Good job that Silver Birch are Super Problem Solvers!

Ash Wednesday

Deacon Bernard came into class, and talked about Lent.He put a cross of ash on our foreheads.

Pancake Day- What a way to start the half term!

Mrs Brown followed the children's instructions exactly!