Weekly homework expectations:
* Read for at least 15 minutes every day.
* Write a high quality comment in your reading record at least 3 times per week.
* Complete the activities set on Mathletics each week.
* Use Times Table Rockstars at least twice a week.
Children's Day - 20th November
This year, St Mary's will be celebrating Children's Day on Friday 19th November. You can wear blue clothes to school to promote UNICEF and the UNCRC.
What is Children's Day? Why are we celebrating it?
On the 20 November we celebrate World Children’s Day, the anniversary of the adoption of the Convention on the Rights of the Child. It’s a day for children by children – a day to imagine a better future for every child.
Click on the image to find out more.
It is also anti bullying week so we want to promote you as individual children.
- What makes you special?
- What makes you different?
- What makes you unique?
On Friday, you will be given the chance to share this with your class.
You could bring in a trophy, a certificate, a special object linked with your religion, a photo, anything to show off you and how special you are. We want to promote and celebrate your differences.
Find out more about Anti Bullying Week by clicking this image.