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Autumn Term 1:


Head over to the Music and Performance page to see Class Three's amazing performance of 'Let Your Spirit Fly'. Link below, Mrs Richardson.

There is no 'singing club' on Thursday 14th October!


Mrs Richardson

Class 3


For National Poetry day, we wrote acrostic poems on the theme of RAIN, especially since we've had lots of it recently!  We thought of lots of different sounds that the rain makes and how it falls from the sky.  We listened to different 'rain' poems where some rhymed and some poems that didn't actually sound like poems.  We decided that poetry can be virtually anything, so we just enjoyed 'playing around with words'  


We'll update some photographs of our finished work and maybe even some clips of the children reading their poetry this week.  Watch this Space!


Mrs Jones

Oscar learned to ride his bike during the holidays. He brought his bike into school to show Class 3 his new found skills. Super effort Oscar!

Class 3 - Years 3 and 4 (2021-2022)

Fun on the field!

Story with Gordon from the library van

Prepping our class ‘Titanic’ book

Oak National Academy


Oak National Academy have got a ‘Summer Classroom’ with;

Selected subjects and lessons to explore, revise and keep you on track for September.

Make sure you’re doing the KS2 lessons.

If you want to do any of the lessons that aren’t in the summer classroom that is great too!

Mrs Jones

YEAR 3 SCIENCE - ROCKS: In this unit, the children discovered the different types of rocks and how they are formed. They compared and grouped rocks based on appearance and similar properties. They learned how fossils are formed and learned about the contribution of Mary Anning to the field of palaeontology. The children also learned how soil is formed.

Summer Reading Challenge - Wild World Heroes!

The 'Summer Reading Challenge' is up and running this year at Penrith library entitled 'Wild World Heroes!'.  Staff will be signing children up physically at the library and you can also sign up to it digitally too. The challenge runs from 10th July until 11th September 2021. 

You can join at your local library - Penrith, Appleby, Alston, or Kirkby Stephen.

I've included the details in the attached documents, which includes a graphic containing a QR code giving instant access to the Summer Reading Challenge website, and exactly how children and families can join in this Summer.  The QR code can be scanned simply by using the camera of most smart phones and hand held devices.

Keep up your reading Class 3!

Mrs Jones

Class 3 Art


We’ve been busy - we made beautiful Titanic portholes with paper plates and cheerios. We imagined what we would see out of the fated ships portholes. They’re amazing!


Olympic Rings with crayon and water colours.  We found out that the Olympic rings represent the five continents that are involved in the Olympic Games.


’Moving Eyes’ - we did self-portraits and made the eyes move.  They are very realistic.


Mrs Jones



Self Portraits

Khloe's Book Review - Khloe has persevered with reading a book 'Zoe's Rescue Zoo-The Pesky Polar Bear' She did a lovely book review about it at home and went to show Mrs Hill her hard work. Well done Khloe!

Spellings in the Sun! Learning the ‘au’ digraph sound by playing battleships with a friend. What fun!

Jessica Sailing


Last weekend Jessica took part in the North West Youth and Juniors Travellers Series sailing competition, which draws children (18 years old and under) from all over North West England, as far south as Manchester / Liverpool.  It was held on Bassenthwaite Lake and there were 75 boats (85 children as some were in double handers).


There were 5 races across the Saturday and Sunday. Jessica was one of the youngest sailors, if not the youngest and she won a prize for being first Under 11 girl. It was an amazing achievement  as Jessica was racing against children who had been sailing for 10+ years. 


Well done Jessica!


Mrs Jones


Jessica Sailing

MUSIC: BlueJam workshop 2. Along with Class 2, Geoff and Asha came into visit us again, this time teaching us a new song based on all the ideas that the children came up with in the previous session. The song is called ‘Anthem For A New Season’. The children loved that their ideas came to life in this song.


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YEAR 3 SCIENCE: Today, 10th June, Steven Wright from Celed Rock Workshops, delivered a very interesting and interactive workshop all about rocks and volcanoes. In the photos you can see the children exploring numerous rocks ( igenous, metamorphic, and sedimentary) creating their own sand and witnessing a volcanic erupt.

Titanic 'Musical Extravaganza'


On Friday the Key stage 2 children enjoyed watching Class 3 perform their rendition of 'My Heart will go on' by Celine Dion, which they had been learning and practising with Mrs Richardson.  (Further details to follow from Mrs Richardson).


Willow read her newspaper article that she had written from the perspective of a reporter, after the magnificent R.M.S Titanic had sank in the Atlantic Ocean on 14th April 1912.


Amelia-Rose also read her beautiful acrostic poem about the Titanic, which was very haunting and poignant!


A truly brilliant assembly with a lot of talent on show!


Mrs Jones and Mrs Richardson

Titanic Musicians waiting to perform

Class 3's Titanic Performance

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There are 3 sections: 1) the melody section, 2) improvisation section, 3) composition section. Enjoy.

Map reading skills

Our beautiful class displays

MUSIC: Class 3 enjoyed a wonderful musical workshop (part 1) led by Geoff from BlueJam. It is a 'word, song, sound' project, featuring drumming, singing and song writing. Below is collection of photos of what we got up to in the first workshop. After half term, BlueJam are visiting again for workshop number 2. The children had a fabulous time.   


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Pentecost 'Flame Throwers'


We focused on Acts 2: 1-18, 43 today which tells us that the Holy Spirit visited the disciples in Jerusalem.  


We made flame throwers  which resembled the tongues of fire which spread out and touched each disciple there.


Mrs Jones



RMS TITANIC TIMELINES - we mapped out different RMS Titanic timelines today. Some went as far back as when the ship was constructed to when it finally sank in the North Atlantic ocean. History is amazing!

Year 4 enjoyed their 'Cycle Safety' training with Fiona Veitch (Eden Valley Sports Partnership) on Tuesday. They learned how to ride safely and how to prepare their bike and helmet.

Year 4 - Fun learning about 'Sound' in our science lessons.


Amongst other things we made paper cup telephones, old fashioned hearing aids and learned some British sign language!


We're a lot more knowledgeable now about how the ear works too.


Mrs Jones


Year 3 have just completed the topic 'Light and Dark'. Please enjoy the photos below of the children's learning. 

RMS Titanic portholes in art - we’re so excited to use our imagination about what we could see out of these portholes! We’re in the early stages of prepping them.

Hot seating the wolf out of the fractured fairy tale ‘The True Story of the 3 Little Pigs.’ We enjoyed interviewing the wolf to get his side of the story.

Travel to Tokyo (EARN VIRTUAL MILES AND RESOURCES FOR St Catherine’s school)

Get ready! Our school is getting active with Team GB and ParalympicsGB by taking on the Travel to Tokyo virtual challenge. We want you to join us on a 47,349 kilometre journey to Tokyo by getting active as a family and logging your activity. There are lots of prizes to be won too!


To celebrate the rescheduled Tokyo 2020 Olympic and Paralympic Games, GET SET are inviting schools and families to get active with their virtual Travel to Tokyo challenge, Team GB and ParalympicsGB’s free programme for children aged 5 to 11 and their families.

Get Set is the British Olympic Association and British Paralympic Association’s youth engagement programme. It was originally created as the official London 2012 education programme, to deliver against Lord Coe’s vision to use the Games to inspire a generation of young people.


The programme aims to:

  • inspire young people to fulfil their potential and maintain healthy, active lifestyles
  • give all young people the chance to learn about and live the Olympic Values of friendship, excellence and respect and the Paralympic Values of inspiration, determination, courage and equality
  • build excitement about Team GB and ParalympicsGB, using the Olympic and Paralympic Games as a hook for learning and participation.

Children get active and log their activity against their school teams to help their team gain kilometres on a virtual journey to Tokyo. Children are encouraged to do activity with family to gain more distance and get to Tokyo faster. Teams will be taking the tourist route and visiting different cities which have previously hosted the Olympic and Paralympic Games (or will soon!).Children can follow the progress to Tokyo using the Team and School Dashboards. Families who log activity are in with the chance of winning prizes, including fitness trackers, skipping ropes and speakers. Local leisure facilities are also supporting the challenge – look out for free sessions and places to log your activity coming soon!

Every time that you do something active please log into the ‘get set’ website. Click on Travel to Tokyo, families, log activity, select team (Class 3).  If you need the school postcode it is CA11 9EL.


Find out more:


Log activity:


Keep track of progress:

Come on Class 3, get active and keep logging your activity... help St Catherine’s school get to Tokyo!

Mrs Jones

Lent Display

Easter Crafts - beautiful glass crosses and cheeky wool chicks


Year 4 are enjoying their ‘SOUND’ lessons. They made string telephones to see how sound travels.

Felix After The Rain


We have been focusing on a book by the author Dunja Jogan, called Felix After the Rain.


A young man called Felix hides all of his sorrow inside a large black suitcase that he carries with him wherever he goes. One day, a small boy opens the suitcase whilst Felix is sleeping. Felix wakes and the tears that he had been carrying for so long suddenly pour from him. Felix is uplifted, free and his heart is full of joy. Felix embraces the world, and the world embraces him. This book is a wonderful resource for young children to talk about sad feelings and how they might feel better if they confide in another person.


Our Felix work is beautiful!


Mrs Jones


R.M.S Titanic


Thank you to all the children who made a Titanic ship during lockdown. They are absolutely brilliant!


We are carrying on this topic after Easter, however, I’ve had to send the ships home due to lack of space in the classroom. 


 Thanks again for all your hard work. I hope you enjoy the slideshow of all the different representations of this amazing ship!


Kind regards


Mrs Jones


The construction of Joshua H's 'RMS Titanic'




Class 3 enjoyed finding out about the Census yesterday.  We watched a clip to find out what the census is on the ‘Let’s Learn’ website.


Year 4 then carried out their own school census and counted how many children are in each year group and then broke it down further into males and females. 


We plotted the information on a bar chart and found out about ‘X’ and ‘Y’ axis.


We analysed the data and worked out which class had the most/least children and the difference between males and females. 


We labelled our graphs and even drew a key.


Great data handling Year 4!


Mrs Jones




Amazing Home Learning! Well done!

Jog 28 miles in February


Aaron, Alex and Nicholas have taken on the challenge to jog 1 mile per day in February for Pancreatic Cancer.  They’ve managed to raise over £100 so far.


They had their first run today and managed 1.6 miles.  They run as a family in the morning whilst their younger sister is at nursery, and then their Dad runs after work.


A super effort for a very worthwhile charity!


Mrs Jones

Aaron, Alex and Nicholas - Fundraising for Pancreatic Cancer

Hi Class 3


Happy February!


I'm so impressed that you're logging on to Google Classroom.


There is only a small handful of children who haven't managed to get logged on to view and complete the work yet.


Please get in touch if you're struggling and I will attempt to help you. 


Kind regards


Mrs Jones

Google Classroom


It's lovely to see that the majority of Class 3 have logged on to Google Classroom and are now having a go.  Please try and log on over the next couple of days with your child and see what work I have set.


From next week, everything will be set on Google Classroom, so there won't be any updates or work  on here.


However, I will post photographs if I receive any or any general announcements.


Keep in touch.  Don't forget the ZOOM sessions with the Class each Tuesday and Thursday at 10:45am.  


Kind regards


Mrs Jones


Week commencing Monday 18th - Friday 22nd January 2020


At some stage on Monday, you should receive from school a delivery of;


  • English booklet
  • Maths booklet
  • A couple of letters (from me)
  • A pack of photocopied maths sheets (these accompany the daily lessons that I will be setting on Google Classroom from this Wednesday, so leave those for now please!)


Please continue with the work set on Oak National Academy for Maths and English (previously set on my timetable).  From Wednesday of this week, I will be setting work on GOOGLE CLASSROOMThis is explained in one of my letters in your pack and gives you your personal log on.  It's important that user names and passwords are NOT shared with your friends!


If you prefer to do a page out of your English and Maths booklets that is fine too! 


I've also attached a link which explains how to get started on google classrooms.  I've posted that link on here too. 


Hopefully Monday or Tuesday, there will be another guide on here to support getting started with google classrooms.




The new times for our Zoom sessions will be 10:45hrs to approx 11:30hrs (30-45 minutes, depending on what I have got to share), each Tuesday and Thursday.  The new link for these sessions will be sent out in the next couple of days.  I do hope that you can join us!


Kind regards


Mrs C Jones

Class 3 Teacher





Google Classroom (letter from Mrs Jones)



If you were on the Zoom session this morning, you'll remember that I introduced our new topic, which will be a focus on the 'Titanic.' 


RMS Titanic was a British passenger liner operated by the White Star Line that sank in the North Atlantic Ocean on 15 April 1912, after striking an iceberg during her maiden voyage from Southampton to New York City.


I set you the challenge of making a 'Titanic' out of junk modelling (all sorts of things that you could have lying around at home; cardboard, toilet rolls, wood etc)


I've attached a link to Youtube that we watched, which gave us an idea of how to make the ship.  However, it is entirely up to you how you make it!


I'm looking forward to seeing your creations when we return to class, where we'll make a superb display!


Kind regards


Mrs Jones


Zoom Sessions 


I will be holding Zoom sessions each Tuesday and Thursday at 11 am.  Mrs Hill has sent the information and links to access the sessions via email.


Kind regards


Mrs Jones



Hello Class 3, Mrs Richardson here, I hope you are all doing well. 


I have seen a couple of you logging onto Duolingo and Charanga, which is fabulous. Remember you can email me ( if you have forgotten your login details.


Just to remind you, for French, please just keep logging onto the Duolingo app. Aim to try and log on for around 10 to 30 minutes a week. All I expect you to do is just have a go at any of the units that you fancy. You may wish to revise what you have done already or you may wish to learn a new topic, the choice is yours. Remember I can log into Duolingo too, to see who has been engaging and making the most of the app: so look out in the coming weeks who I will be congratulating.


You can still access Charanga Music from home too. During this lockdown, log into Charanga Music World where you can learn a new instrument. Maybe you have a musical instrument laying around at home, have a go and learn how to play it. If you do not have a musical instrument, perhaps you could make a set of drums out of your recycling; or if you have access to two devices, you could download an instrument app onto a phone, then access the lessons on Charanga Music World on a laptop. I can log into Charanga Music World too to see what you are all up to again, I can congratulate all those that have had a go week to week. Just like French, perhaps aim to have a play in Charanga for around 10 to 30 minutes a week. I look forward to seeing which instruments you learn during this half term.


Attached in the link below is a bonus Music lesson all about 'Timbre-Body Percussion Basics'. 


YEAR 3: I have set Lesson 2 - Science  over on Class 2's Science page. Link below.


Au revior, take care, Mrs Richardson



Weekly timetable for Monday 11th January 2021 to Friday 15th January 2021


Please find my 'timetable' of activities attached for this week with associated website links. 


Don't forget that there are other fun activities on the Oak National website and BBC Bitesize to fill your afternoon sessions.


Any problems please do get in touch at my usual email address.


I will be scheduling a short introductory 'Zoom' session this week (an email will be sent out by Mrs Hill with joining instructions).


Kind regards


Mrs Jones




Timetable w.c. 11.1.21.

Weekly timetable for Monday 4th January 2021 to Friday 8th January 2021


I've attached a timetable of ideas for this week.  I'll be posting a timetable each week whilst we're off school.


Please contact if you need any support!


Mrs Jones

Class 3

Epiphany - Wednesday 6th January 2021


The feast of Epiphany, also known as the Three Kings’ Day, is an annual Christian festival commemorating the visit of the magi or wise men from the east to baby Jesus and his baptism at the Jordan River. It falls on the 6th day of January, twelve days after Christmas.


I've put an Epiphany reading exercise on here for you to complete (of varying levels) with associated comprehension questions.  Have a go!


I would also like you to take on the 'role of a King' and draw/explain what present you would take the baby Jesus. What present would be suitable for a King? For example; love, compassion, kindness.  


Let me know how you get on!


Mrs Jones

I've attached home learning packs from Classroom Secrets for each year group, in case you finished the ones that were previously sent home.  Year 3 and Year 4.  You can print them off at home or work through them off a screen.


There is also a 'practical' learning pack for activities for you to try and a 'parental guidance' booklet to support your child's home learning.


Kind regards


Mrs Jones


Hi Class 3


I hope that you've had a lovely Christmas and New Year!  


The temperatures have really dropped.  Did you get out in the snow?


Please see my attached letter for the 'HOME LEARNING OPPORTUNITIES' whilst we are currently off school!


Keep working hard and keep smiling!




Mrs Jones



Friendship Cubes - We all decorated a 'cube' and then wrote a Christmas message on a tag which we put inside. At the end of the day we all took a different one home which we will open over Christmas!

 Excitable Edgar

We have been focusing on the John Lewis 2019 advert about an excitable dragon called Edgar. We loved watching the clip and also the clip about how they made the film. 


We looked at the features of a ‘diary’ and then took on the role of Ava who is the auburn haired girl in the advert.  We wrote a diary entry in role about the problems she had with her friend Edgar and how he saved the day when he lit the Christmas pudding at the town’s feast!


Our class display is amazing! 


Excitable Edgar Diary Display

Class 3 enjoyed a visit from ‘The Book Fairy’ this morning. We all got a lovely book ... but we had to search hard!

Christmas Jumper Day. What fun!

Home Learning


Joshua S has being doing lots of Maths and English over the last week.  He enjoyed writing the story of the ‘Man on the Moon.’


Joshua even made an Elf called Mao out of a spoon, felt, card, pom poms and glue.  I do hope all your Elves are behaving as sometimes they can cause havoc!


Joseph has been working hard on his maths and English homework too. He enjoyed the Oak Academy videos on graphs (particularly the counting cars section), electrical circuits in science and Roman empires in history. He  completed today’s music video which was developing beat boxing. His mum reported that there was lots of stomping going on! 


Speak soon

Mrs Jones




Joseph busy 'home learning'

Joshua S working hard on the Christmas maths challenges

Hi Class 3


Happy Advent


Hope you're opening the on-line advent calendar to see what's behind the door! 


It's a beautiful day outside.  I hope you're getting some fresh air in your garden.  Don't forget that you can still access Joe Wicks' workouts on his Youtube channel, 'The Body Coach TV.' I see he does 5 minute energising workouts for children, which will help your brain get ready for your school work!


I've attached today a 60 second read with comprehension questions (answers are included for parents) This short extract about Santa really made me laugh! I've also included some more Christmas maths challenges.  The last ones I set were probably more for Year 4.  These ones are for Year 3 (Year 4 you can still have a go please!).


Have a great day!




Mrs Jones


Tomasz has been working hard at home. He particularly enjoyed learning about each of the '5 Animal Kingdoms' on the Oak Academy website.

Hi Class 3


Ooh I'm really excited about this ...


Advent Calendar


Northern Inter-Schools Christian Union have produced a virtual Advent Calendar starting on the 1st December 2020 through to Christmas Eve. It features a weekly collective worship on the theme of the week (following traditional Advent themes) and a whole host of Bible readings/songs from some familiar faces (various members of the community across the Eden Valley), and some new friends, each day. 


What a lovely idea! Have a go at opening a  door daily until we get back to school!


Mrs Jones

Notes to accompany the ADVENT Calendar

Hi Class 3


How is everybody getting on with their home learning?  Are you enjoying the Oak Academy daily lessons? Remember you can send me photographs of what you have been doing at home.  I'll post them on our web page so we can all see!


I've been out in my garden today tidying it up for Winter.  It was so nice to have some fresh air albeit a little chilly at times.  


I've attached a few little activities for this week, in addition to your home learning packs and the online lessons.


The first one is to draw a cute 'reindeer' in small steps.  The other is a page of subtraction sums, where you have to regroup, 4 digit or 2 digit-a variety of worksheets to choose (answers attached for parents).  For children who like a challenge, I have also attached a page of 'Christmas maths challenges' for you to complete.  Let me know how you get on!


Keep smiling.  See you soon for all the lovely festivities in school!




Mrs Jones


Happy feast day of St. Catherine of Alexandria


Today is the feast day of St. Catherine of Alexandria (after whom our school is named).


As a young girl, Catherine always had her nose in a book. If she didn’t have her nose in a book, she was asking the wisest men and women of the land all sorts of questions. There were plenty of books and plenty of wise people around, because Catherine lived in the great port city of Alexandria, Egypt—home of the biggest library in the world—and her father was the governor.


It was through some of these books and wise people that Catherine first learned about Christianity. While her studies sparked her curiosity about the Christian faith, it was a vision of the Blessed Mother and the child Jesus that fanned it into a roaring, passionate fire. Catherine began to study the faith with great zeal, proclaiming it to all she met.


I've made and attached here a lovely colouring sheet to remember this amazing Saint.  Enjoy!


Mrs Jones





St Catherine of Alexandria colouring sheet



Finally, I've managed to post a link to the Year 4 'U Dance' that the children should have performed at The Sands Centre back in March.  


Hope that you enjoy it!


Kind regards


Mrs Jones



Hi Class 3


Hope you're all okay and keeping yourself entertained and active.   


See my attached letter for details of the 'HOME LEARNING' opportunities, whilst we are away from school!


Don’t forget to log on to Times table Rockstars and Spelling/Maths Shed too!


Stay safe


Mrs Jones


Home Learning Letter - November 2020

U Dance - 'A Viking Attack on Lindisfarne'


The Year 4 children were due to perform their Viking dance routine at The Sands Centre, Carlisle back in March.  Unfortunately, lock down happened and they were unable to perform in the U Dance festival!


We looked at the routine again within the last two weeks and the children had remembered the dance so well.  Today, we filmed it and hopefully there will be a link sent out soon to parents to be able to view.


In the meantime, have a look at these lovely photographs of the children in their costumes!


Kind regards


Mrs Jones

Viking Warriors in full battle gear!

Myths and Legends


We started our new literacy topic which is all about myths and Legends.  We read the story of King Arthur and the Round Table by Marcia Williams and then followed that up by doing another version in guided reading. 


We looked at the story and decided that some of the sentences we could ‘up level’ and improve. In groups, we collaboratively re-wrote the story. We rehearsed and read the sentences in our groups and then put the story together with the rest of the class. A superb effort!

Myths and Legends - King Arthur and the Legend of the Round Table

Year 4 had a super science lesson on Thursday. They were introduced to their new topic for this half term, which is electricity.  They had a good play with lots of different electrical items.  We discussed items that use mains electricity or are battery operated. What fun!
Class 3 did a wonderful ‘Poppy’ picture for the front entrance to school. We drew poppies on red paper, cut them out and then fluted them to get a 3D effect on paper. We added the stems which stand out well on the green. I hope you agree that they are a beautiful representation of ‘Flanders Fields’ in Belgium!

Class 3s ‘Poppy Field’

Right Angles - Year 4 have been finding right angles this week in maths. They searched the classroom using their 'right angle finders.'

Our Lady of Fatima - This is the Roman Catholic title for the Virgin Mary (the mother of Jesus). This title was given to Mary because of her apparitions to three shepherd children. The Virgin Mary performed a miracle on the last of her apparitions on 13th October 1917. Approximately 70,000 people gathered to witness this miracle which was then called ‘The Miracle of the Sun’. We made our own representations of this miracle using chalk pastels for the brilliant sun. We then cut out crowds and layered them to show them looking at the sun! They’re beautiful!

Similes - we've been learning about similes this week. In groups, we sorted out different similes using 'like and 'as'



Can you please send your child in with two cereal boxes, (preferably the larger ones) for a design technology project that we are going to be carrying out in school.



Mrs Jones

Class 3 Displays! I thought you would like to see what Class 3 have been up to. Look at their fantastic display work!

Get Cumbria Buzzing ... Cumbria Wildlife Trust is inviting children aged 5-15 to enter their Cumbrian photo competition. They are asking for photos of pollinators with the chance of winning over £30 worth of prizes. Please see the attached poster for more details.

Class 3 - 2020/2021

Spelling Shed instruction letter to parents

Year 4 have been enjoying their 'tennis' lessons with Ben each Thursday morning. They are developing lots off racquet and ball skills.

Roald Dahl homework!

Welcome back Class 3!


It was so lovely to have a whole week back at school.  The new Year 3 children are settling in well and getting used to the routines.  We've so far managed to:


  • Write a letter to the teacher (me!)
  • Start our new RE topic which is all about 'God's place in the family'
  • Log on to 'Times Table Rockstars' and have a session with the Year 4s showing the Year 3s how to set it up and practise
  • Enjoy a tennis session with Ben the coach
  • Start our new science topics - Year 4 'states of matter'    Year 3 'forces and motion'
  • Focus on 'Fantastic Mr Fox,' by Roald Dahl in our English skills lessons
  • Paint 'Fantastic Fauvist Foxes' and display them in the school hall - they are beautiful!


I'm looking forward to a fabulous year of learning!


Mrs Jones
































































Have a fantastic summer holiday! We can’t wait to see you in September! Love Mrs Jones and Miss Campbell 💕



Bonjour Class 3 wink

Ca Va?

Moi - Ca va tres bien merci.

This is it, last week of home learning. You have all done so fantastically well, I am so proud of you all.

'Fantastique' to all those that have logged on at some point during lockdown since March.

This week I have not added a new assignment, but feel free to revise all the assignments up to date so far. 

In September we will continue to use the 'Duolingo' app as it has been such a successful resource.

Have a fantastic summer holiday, can't wait to see you all in the Autumn term.

 Au revoir, Madam Richardson smiley

Home Learning - Week commencing Monday 13th July 2020 - Friday 17th July 2020




Hi All


We've finally got to the LAST WEEK of home learning before the Summer holidays  It's been a very strange and challenging time for us all.  However, we've made it and learned lots of exciting new things along the way.


I would just like to take this opportunity to say a huge THANK YOU to parents and carers and in particular my 'wonderful Class 3 children' who have been home schooling.  Your photographs, e-mails and updates have been wonderful!


I've uploaded my timetable and all the resources for the last week.  The Classroom Secrets pack this week has a 'French theme,' so I hope you enjoy it (they are not split into year groups for this last week.  It is a Key Stage 2 booklet, suitable for both Year 3 & Year 4).  You can access all their previous packs on their website (I have included the link on my timetable).


You can send me any e-mails this week but after that I am logging off for the Summer.  I hope you have a wonderful break ... hopefully the weather will be kind to us!  


See you all in September!


Lots of love


Mrs Jones


Here is the 'amended' muscles worksheet (with answers) as the other one didn't appear to be loading properly. Mrs Jones

Here is the booklet that I promised you about St Benedict of Nursia. I hope that you enjoy the activities! Mrs Jones

Hello everyone! We are very excited to hold

St. Catherine's first-ever Virtual Sports Day

and we are enthusiastically inviting you to participate!

Please see the attachment below.

We would love you to see photos of you in action, please send them to!

Good luck! 

Home Learning - Week commencing Monday 6th July 2020 - Friday 10th July 2020


Hi All


I hope you're having a great weekend.  I went out for 'morning coffee' and 'lunch' yesterday.  It was so nice to sit in a cafe with people around me.  What have you been up to?


I've attached my home learning plan for this week and the Classroom Secrets home learning packs with guidance and answers for parents. There are lots of lovely activities to keep everyone interested.  


Have a great week of learning.  Any problems please email me -  Don't forget to send me photographs of your home learning.  There are still children that I would love to hear from.


Take care!


Missing you all!

Mrs Jones


Weekly 'round up' of learning in Class 3


Matthew has had another fantastic week of learning.

He started the library reading challenge last week and has nearly finished his first book!

He also thoroughly enjoyed the science work, completing the worksheets by himself, which earned him a home learning hero certificate. Matthew also wrote a biography of Markus Persson who is a Swedish video game programmer. He also made the St. Peter’s fishers of men game.


Aaron enjoyed doing the fisherman game this week. He also tried hard to write his poem. He learned a lot about the human body and teeth names.


Marta did all the maths and English tasks. She wrote her own poem based on the Amulet poem.  She also did the plural possession sentences and she wrote descriptive sentences about jewellery. Marta wrote a short letter to her sister. She enjoyed doing Edshed and  TT Rockstars too. Marta has also found her love of reading again!




Mrs Jones

Home Learning - Week commencing Monday 29th June 2020 - Friday 3rd July 2020


Gosh, we're having a 'wet' weekend!  I hope you're able to still get about for some fresh air.


I've attached my home learning plan for this week and the Classroom Secrets home learning packs with guidance and answers for parents. There are lots of lovely activities to keep everyone interested.  


Have a great week of learning.  Any problems please email me -  Don't forget to send me photographs of your home learning.  There are still children that I would love to hear from.


Take care!


Missing you all!

Mrs Jones


Weekly 'roundup' of learning


Another great week of home learning by the Class 3 children.  Check out the photographs.  


Amelia is  reading a book called 'Weird Facts.'  Her favourite facts are:


  • A litter of kittens is called a kindle. 
  • A dog can make over 100 different facial expressions. 
  • Turtles have been around longer than dinosaurs. 
  • The Astronaut Neil Armstrong left his space boots on the moon. 


Amelia has also been doing her Kennings poetry. She liked thinking of 2 letter words ending in 'er' about cats. 


Marta also wrote a 'Kennings poem.' She has been on  Edshed and TT Rockstars every day and has been reading books on Oxford Owl and my reading comprehension booklet about 'Spiders'  She has watched all the videos on BBC Bitesize. Marta followed the instructions in the videos about fractions too. Marta and her mum read together about John the Baptist.  From the art task, Marta made Mandarin heart shapes. Finally, she made ice-cream from scratch thinking about flavours and what equipment she needed.  


Tomasz and Maja have been busy at home too!


Mrs Jones



Home Learning - Week commencing Monday 22nd June 2020 - Friday 26th June 2020


Hope you're having a great weekend!


I've attached my home learning plan for this week and the Classroom Secrets home learning packs with guidance and answers for parents. There are lots of lovely activities to keep everyone interested.  


Have a great week of learning.  Any problems please email me -  Don't forget to send me photographs of your home learning.  There are still children that I would love to hear from.


Take care!


Missing you all!

Mrs Jones


Weekly 'roundup' of learning


Happy Father's Day!


We've had some lovely activities this week and lots of children have been kept busy.  Check out our home learning photographs.  


Hope you're having a lovely day!


Mrs Jones



Digital Summer Reading Challenge


Cumbria Libraries are excited to announce…..


The all-new digital Summer Reading Challenge is starting early this year!


Due to the disruption to schools and libraries caused by Covid-19, the Summer Reading Challenge looks a little different this year but promises to be just as much fun as ever! This year the theme is ‘Silly Squad’.


Cumbria Libraries will be regularly posting ideas, activities and competitions on their social media pages – see   or your local library’s Facebook page.


The attached document explains how it works and how children can participate. 


Have fun reading!


Mrs Jones

Library Summer Reading Challenge

Home Learning - Week commencing Monday 15th June 2020 - Friday 19th June 2020


Hope you're having a great weekend.  The weather is gorgeous again!


I've attached my home learning plan for this week and the Classroom Secrets home learning packs with guidance and answers for parents. There are lots of lovely activities to keep everyone interested.  


Have a great week of learning.  Any problems please email me -  Don't forget to send me photographs of your home learning.  There are still children that I would love to hear from.


Take care!


Missing you all!

Mrs Jones


Weekly 'roundup' of learning


Aaron has been doing some French this week and a lot of reading and writing so his mum gave him a certificate for excellent English. He did the 200 spelling words sheet where he had only 4 mistakes which he corrected on his second try. He also did maths every day.


Aaron also coloured in the Trinity picture and he enjoyed going to the farm to see the pigs and cows and see how they behave in their own habitat.


Marta enjoyed the work set this week. She particularly liked the maths, where she had to follow the instructions on fractions. 

After reading instructions about how flat bread was made in the Stone Age, Marta followed the recipe and made her own flat bread and even made flour from oats.

She also enjoyed watching Daily Bitesize. Marta also made homemade play dough and a nest sculpture.

In addition she investigated different food chains and read about the Trinity and drew a picture.

Finally she wrote a play script scene for Little Red Riding Hood. 


Super effort!

Mrs Jones


8.6.20 Please click on the link below for this weeks maths lessons:

Home Learning - Week commencing Monday 8th June 2020 - Friday 12th June 2020


I've attached my home learning plan for this week and the Classroom Secrets home learning packs with guidance and answers for parents. My focus this week is 'Playscripts'


Have a great week of learning.  Any problems please email me -  Don't forget to send me photographs of your home learning. 


I set those children that I haven't heard from a challenge to get in touch this week!


Take care!


Missing you all!

Mrs Jones