After a brief disruption to the year, and everyone handling the situation with plenty of maturity and determination. I am really looking forward to seeing what the final term of Our Lady’s has in store. There is lots planned and so, all going well, we can have a sense of normality to the ending of the children’s time here. 


In English, the plan is to use Tell Me a Dragon as inspiration for a range of texts. This will be a non-chronological report and some poetry. 


RE will include the study of Pentecost and other Faiths. This is really important for children, especially as they begin their ascent into the community. Humanities is continuing to look at OS Maps and the skills we need in Geography ready for KS3 and we will move on to the study of Ancient Greeks and the legacies they left behind. 


We will continue to work hard towards an Assessment Week in June and the results from that will allow me to see how they have progressed throughout the year and I can inform their secondary schools. 


There are plenty of fun opportunities. We have Pilton Community School coming in to support a cricket session and an orienteering morning during the final week of this side of half term. 


Transition will be of utmost importance and we will complete this through PSHE sessions and informal chats and conversations. We have visits planned from Park and Pilton and children going to other schools can access transition days, if applicable. 


Unfortunately, we see Miss Sophie leaving the class which is a huge loss but we wish her the best of luck on her next endeavour.



Miss Newcombe