As we already informed you, the Early Years have been learning about light and dark. The Reception and Nursery children really enjoyed a visit to the onsite Planetarium in the school last week. This enhanced their learning and understanding of the stars and universe around us.
Those of you who read the Wimbledon Times, may wish to look out for an article on our Nursery, over the next few weeks, as they launched their ‘Light and Dark’ topic last week. Parents and children enjoyed exploring creative and scientific activities around the class book ‘Pete the Cat, out of this World’. Shared times such as these are so important for our community and I would like to thank the Nursery team for their hard work.
‘The Reading Lab’ was launched last week and author Louie Stowell visited the school, sharing her amazing new book with Y1 – Y5, ‘The Dragon in the Library’.
Parents will now be able to visit the Reading Lab with their children on the following days each week, from 3.20pm to 4.15pm. Please note the day for your child’s year group:
Monday: Reception & Y1; Tuesday: Y2 & Y3; Wednesday: Y4; Thursday: Y5 and Friday: Y
A big thank you to Canon Tom for blessing the members of the recently formed ‘Faith in Action’ and ‘Faith Formation’ Groups, at our new term Mass. These teams are led by Mrs Sharkey and Mrs Eaden and they are truly showing our staff and pupils what a real difference it makes by ‘living out their faith’. Keep up the good work!
Do you have the School Information Management System Parent App on your phone yet? Please make sure this is updated each term, with your correct contact details and child’s information. Even if there are no changes, please just confirm the details are still correct. If you do not have the app please contact the school office and we will assist you. Thank you.
This is a testimonial from one of the parents who attended the course held in school in the Autumn Term. We received lots of these with similar messages! Our next sessions will start in January, so look out for more news on dates and times. Why not try the ‘taster session’ next term, to see if you like it?
After just one term of tuition the Year 4 children performed to their parents, using trumpets,guitars and djembe drums. Continue reading “Year 4 In2Music Concert – Wed 4th December”
St Teresa’s School Choir were out in full force singing Carols at Wimbledon Station on Monday 2nd December. They were raising money for the HCPT (Hosanna House and Children’s Pilgrimage Trust). This charity travels with disabled and disadvantaged children and adults to visit the Sanctuary of Lourdes, in France. Continue reading “Carol Singing at Wimbledon Station in aid of the HCPT charity”