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Catholic Academy

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  • 02/03/20

    Democracy Week

    Last week the whole school learnt about democracy. Every child had their own vote in a secret ballot to decide what we will be wearing on World Book Day.  It was very exciting waiting for the School Council to announce the results in assembly on Friday.  
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  • 29/02/20


    The week we are going to be starting our new topic “Superheroes”, we will be using the story “Supertato” by Sue Hendra and Paul Linnet to kick start our topic. This week we will be introducing the story and characters and predicting what will happen in the “Supertato...
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  • 15/02/20

    Year 2

    For the last two weeks Year 2 have been planning, drafting, writing and then editing a narrative using ideas from The Worst Witch and classic texts such as George's Marvellous Medicine and The Magic Finger.
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  • 12/02/20

    Year 5

    On Wednesday 12th February 2020, Year 5 visited St. Marie's Cathedral in Sheffield to link with our RE topic - Mission. After our visit, we had lunch in the Winter Gardens and visited the Winter Garden museums. The children behaved incredibly, well done Year 5!
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  • 07/02/20

    Year 3

    This week we have enjoyed solving time problems, timing each other and working as a team.
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  • 26/01/20


    Last week we made a very exciting discovery, we found an egg in our outdoor area. We followed the footprints and found a box tucked away with an egg inside. We do not know what is in the egg but we have been predicting and writing our ideas down and we have been taking good care of it. We discussed...
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  • 13/01/20

    Reception W.B. 13/01/20

    This week we will continue our Great Dinosaur Expedition, we have identified all the things we would like to know about dinosaurs and this week will start to answer some of those questions. We will be using the story “Harry and His Bucketful of Dinosaurs” by Ian Whybrow and Adrian R...
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