St david's class
Class Teacher: Miss A Marsden
Other Members of Staff:
Mrs L Donald - Every day
Mrs S Firth - Every day
Mrs S Duffy - Thursday/Friday
Mrs H Cooper - Monday/Tuesday/Wednesday
Mrs K Stevenson - Every afternoon
Ms M Chappell - Every day
Current Topic: Potions
Potion: a poison, a mixture, an aromatic brew, a vapour, a liquid or sticky goo. Welcome to the amazing magical world of potions and their properties... Now scientists beware! There are some powerful and deadly potions out there - dangerous, unpredictable or plain tragic (just as Romeo and Juliet). Use what you know about materials and their properties to create incredible potions in Professor Hazard's Potions class. Feeling sleepy? Hmmm - that orange juice did taste a little strange...
This topic will be taught through: Science, History, DT, Art, Computing and English.
Below are photographs of our visit to Doncaster Museum on 22nd November where the children were able to explore different aspects of their topic learning related to Potions and Alchemy.
Saving a Life Workshop
A selection of photographs from our recent residential visit to Whitby.
We had a wonderful time and great weather.
Our Curriculum Overview is on the Curriculum page or click here to access it.
P.E kits can be brought into school on a Monday and left at school until Friday. This will ensure that they have a kit in school if there was a need to change the day of P.E, or if an additional session is planned.
Swimming is on Wednesdays beginning Wednesday 13th September. Children need a FULL swimming costume or tight fit swimming trunks, a towel and a COAT (EVERY WEEK - even if the weather is fine/warm). Goggles are permitted.
Please encourage your child to learn and practice their spellings each week. These can be found in their Home/ School Diary. There is space in their diary to practice "Look, Cover, Write and Check"
Homework will be given out on a Friday and should be completed and returned by the following Wednesday.
Please see St David's Homework page each week for more detailed information about homework.