Bishop Visit

On Friday Bishop Mark arrived. First thing in the morning  the Bishop had a nurture breakfast in Year 3. After  he visited each class our class question was what does it feel like to be a bishop?

His answer was really good.

by George

Poetry

We learnt about poetry and we had a go at doing our own poem, I did my own poem. I did the tyger tyger and it took me a very very long time. What is your favourite poem?

 

By Evie

50th Celebrations

Wow! What a busy week we have ending with a lovely day on Friday.  I was very proud of year 4, its not easy performing in front of a large audience but they rose to the challenge brilliantly. Their confidence has grown significantly over the past year and this was born out today. They sung well and looked fabulous. Well done.

This week in year 5

Swimming:

Today we did week 2 of swimming. On the 1st week we had a practice of the horn and we had to get out and Bea and Ryan took the red cards when they came back we were in the pool again and we got free play!!! This week I and Bea were the red card people. But nothing happened.

Skipping:

Today we are going to do a skip-a-thon  witch is going to be fun!!

Colfox:

We went to Colfox on Wednesday and we did rounders and some people in are class did dance.

thank you for reading

by Ruby

Sports and more

Wednesday we went to the colfox sports festival, we did football rounders, tennis rounders, cricket rounders and normal rounders. Yesterday we started swimming for the time in year 5. We did dodgeball yesterday it was great fun, Mr Toohill caught me out but I can’t blame him because he is tall. Year 5 boys love football, most of them are in the st.catherines football team.

we are doing skip to be fit challenge.

from Ryan

Sports festival at colfox

Today we did:

  • front crawl in swimming,
  • a lovely mathes test
  • awesome computing

 

On wednesday we went to colfox.We played rounder-football ect.Some girls went to the drama hall to dance.It was very fun and tireing.There was lots of older children that lead the activities.A very big thank you to colfox for letting us come to your school on wednesday.THANK YOU!!!!

By Amber

Starting swiming

We started swimming on the 7th of June. We split into two groups and got changed.Then one group did P.E and another started swimming. We had about ten minutes each. While swimming we practiced our front stroke also we had a bit of free play. We had to practice an emergency getting out at the horn and two people went and told the office and year 2.

Alyssa and Grace

THE POETRY COMPETITION

In the beginning of the summer term we entered a poetry competition. It was mind blowing that we were two of the children who won because there were a lot of people that entered it.

Year 6 students of St. Catherine’s Roman Catholic Primary School had a walk around their playground ideally trying to hear and watch nature around them. After their walk,  they went back into their classroom and thought about something they had seen or heard and based a poem around that. Joshua chose Colmer’s Hill because it is such an iconic Bridport landmark. Mia chose a dandelion and a fossil because they are linked by time.

We are very pleased with the books we won. The title of the book is “Beyond the Bright Sea”.