Class Gallery  

Welcome to our class gallery page. As we are unable to hold sharing assemblies at this time, we wanted a way to still share our wonderful work and achievements. Please check out this page for updates on our learning!

 Term 6: Hola Mexico 

Leavers Party 2021

Week 4 - PE

This week in PE, we had a dodge-ball tournament. It was great fun and we even added our own rule to spice things up: a spicy ball which could make it's victim transfer sides! Well done to our winning blue team aka The Spicy Beans, captained by Nelson. 

Week 4: Cooking at home

Thank you to all the children who are taking their learning home and sharing their amazing Mexico homework. This week, we have had a few children take to their kitchens. 

Here is Joanna and her tasty fajitas: 


Here is Brooklyn's Mexican omelettes. Some children even had a taste:




Week 3 - Day of many colours 

Thank you to St Vincent's class fro their involvement and donations in our day of colours, to raise money for CAFOD's Mission Together. Check out our outfit photos and the PowerPoint below...


















Congratulations to Susan & Alex - our winners of the Primary Playmaker this year!

Click below to see their celebratory video and play-scripts!

SJF - Susan & Alex video.MOV

'Secret Door' by Susan (SJF).docx

'The End of the World' by Alexander (SJF).docx



Congratulations to our new Faith Ambassadors for this term: Brenda & David. 

Week 1 - International week 

This week we have been learning about Buddhism and Thailand as part of International week. We have explored the religion, the country and Thai myths in literacy. Below is some of the children's work from this week.

Term 5: Off With Her Head 

Thank you for a lovely end to our term. We celebrated children's accomplishments with a little picnic under the trees (the rain wasn't going to stop us!) and as promised, here are some of the photos you took! Have a fab half term, save the turtles and do your homework! - Miss P x

This term for PE, we have been learning Hockey. We have been working on our stick control, passing, shooting and goal-keeping skills. With hockey being new to most children, we have really grown our team work values and supporting our peers with encouragement and feedback. 



Science and ships!

This week, we designed Tudor ships to test floating and sailing. The children formed business partners after presenting their designs to each other and had to build using recycling - thank you to everyone who sent recycling in! We tested our ships, making sure we kept variables the same for a fair test. We had 2 winners and decided to take it one step further to find a winner, by adding weight. Congratulations to our winners! 



Last week, we took part in the Royal Mail Stamp competition. The children had to design a stamp that was dedicated to all the heroes in the UK who bravely cared for our country throughout the Covid-19 pandemic. Below are just a few of the wonderful designs that have been sent off... finger crossed!


Prayers for Peace

The children in St Vincent's wanted to know more about world news this week, following Father's prayerful words in Mass. We looked at the issues people are facing in Palestine and Israel, and the reasons behind the on-going conflict. To show our support, give our voices power and raise awareness, the children wanted to make protest art and posters to share with you all. Here a few finished ones...

Tudor Portraits & Writing 

We have been loving our Tudor topic and this week, we would like to share our Black Tudor Biographies, Plague-inspired newspaper reports and our Tudor portraits. 

Congrats are in order... 

We would like to say congratulations to Bianca in St Vincent's class, who won the primary runner up award in the Fathers' Heart competition. Children all across the diocese entered art work into the special competition, celebrating the year of St Joseph.   

Here is Bianca with her certificate, photographed in front of her art and some of the other entries from St John Fisher. 

Tudor Navigators

This week, we had a go at making astrolabes (also known as quadrants), as used by Tudor navigators, to test how effectively they measure our distance from the equator, the horizon and how tall trees are! Sadly, the British weather cut the fun short. 

Term 5 Faith Ambassadors 

We're excited to congratulate our Faith Ambassadors for this term.... Miguel and Susan. They are excellent role models and we will update our page with their displays and work as we go... 

Term 4: Beast Creator - 2021

Week 4-5

 Check out our awesome bug hotels! After studied UK insects closely this term, identifying their life styles, life cycles and habitats, we used our knowledge do design a super mini-beast hotel. We used reused all recyclable or natural resources to create a safe place for our critters, who may be struggling with the effects of climate change. 

We are also super proud of our literacy this week, where we created our Deadly Villain Comics. We used our knowledge of the world's deadliest insects to design our own super deadly insects last week. This week, we turned them into villains in a fantasy world of insect terror! Please click the link below to read them all... 


Deadly Comics Term 4 by Year 6


Week 3

It's good to 'bee' back! 


Check out our clay sculptures of our deadly mini-beast we created ourselves, and our wanted posters... warning! These beasts are super deadly and have evil plans for Earth. Tune in next week for our beastly comics!

Week 1

Thank you for everyone who sent me their published Wilder novels! They look fantastic on our washing line. 

I hope you all got to enjoy a bug hunt at home, as much as we did in school! Please check out the class blog page to share your photos! 

Below is also some of our amazing insect art, inspired by Charles Darwin...

Term 3 - January 2021 

Please take a look at some of the wonderful work from children at home and children in school this term. Thank you so much to everyone who has sent in work and been engaged with emailing and Purple Mash! 






Read some of the amazing draft novels so far...

 Chapters 1-5 5.2.21.docxDownload
 David draft 1 - 5.2.21.docxDownload
 Edited draft from Alex 5.2.21.docxDownload
 Harvey - LYNX WILDERS.docxDownload
 nelson novel draft 4.2.21.pdfDownload
 TAY - draft 1 Wilder.docxDownload
 upto chapter 3 - 2.2.21.docxDownload
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Topic work

 acashia - adaptions 11.1.pdfDownload
 Alex- Scott explorers 21.1.21.jpgDownload
 david 6.11 - cycles.pdfDownload
 Prisaius THOMPSON - polar adaptions 22.1.21.docxDownload
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Literacy work for Wolf Wilder

 acashia - prologue 27.1.docxDownload
 alex - draft 1-3 - 29.1,21.docxDownload
 Brenda 28.1.21 -Story opening.docxDownload
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Keep sending in your work and I will add more! 



Term 2 - Week 6

What and when is Half-Christmas, the Workaholics Holiday | TimeThis week's awards go to: 

Star of the week - Rhys

Mathematician - Pietra

Kindness Award - Susan

 PE Superstar -  

To finish off a busy term, we are proud to share our WW2 novels! We have been writing these novels for 3 weeks and have been very resilient throughout the writing process. 

We would also like to show you all our beautiful Christmas crafts we have made for children to bring home and hope they look fabulous on your trees!


Term 2 - Week 6

This week's awards go to: 

Star of the week - Brenda - 

Mathematician - Tay

Kindness Award - Mrs Mendes 

 PE Superstar -  Wojciech


This week the children wanted to share with you their Bambinelli. We kept them eco-friendly with natural resources and Father Harry will be blessing them in time for the children to bring them home for Christmas to be wrapped. 

Reminder: Please can you return your Christmas donation slip to class by Monday 14th please! We have asked everyone fora £2 donation for your child's Christmas craft. 


We would also like to show you all our 3D Christmas town we made in a revision session on Nets, that looks fantastic next to our Jesse Tree decorations of Biblical stories on our tree. 


Term 2 - Week 5

This week's awards go to: 

Star of the week - Susan

Mathematician - Daniella, Delaila & Crystal 

Book worm - Lamari

Kindness Award - Prisaius

Timetables awards - Tyrone, Mateusz, Brooklyn, Wojciech 

 PE Superstar - Miguel 


This week, we are proud to share our final pieces of our spitfire art. In a busy week, we managed to create our backgrounds and draw two final planes free-hand using the techniques we have learnt. Please view our gallery below... 

We would also like to show you our class Advent calendar, made up of our personal advent promises. Thank you to our Faith Ambassadors (especially our stand-in Ambassador - Prisaius), who numbered and organised our calendar and have been in charge of lighting our advent candle while our daily promises are shared. 


Term 2 - Week 4

This week's awards go to: 

Star of the week - Brooklyn 

Mathematician - Prisaius

Book worm - Brenda

Kindness Award - Alex 

Timetables awards - Susan, Mariam, Daniella, Bleonita, Tyrone

 PE Superstar - Tay 


This week we would like to share our science work, where we looked at different types of circuits. The children used their problem-solving skills and prior knowledge to race to make the light bulb light up! We then explored motors, buzzers, parallel and series circuits. 

We would also like to say congratulations to our new Faith Ambassadors - Sergi & Brooklyn. 

They enjoyed their first jobs in this role of making our Advent wreath and redecorating our prayer table ready for the season of Advent. 




Term 2 - Week 3

This week's awards go to: 

Star of the week - Kryspin

Mathematician - Delaila

Book worm - Harvey

Pen Licenses - Wojciech, Sergi, Susan

Timetables awards - Ayden, Susan &


This week we would like to share our art! We worked hard to refine our pencil skills, looking at layering and shading. We focused on using the pencil lightly as we developed our layers to our drawing, before shading and using harder strokes for the top layers once we were happy with out sketch. Here are our Spitfire sketches, which we can't wait to develop next week into paintings!




 Term 2 - Week 2

This week's awards go to: 

Star of the week - Brooklyn

Kindness award-  Bianca

Mathematician - Tyrese

Book worm - Ayden 

PE Superstar - Sergi 

Timetables awards- Daniella, Kryspin & Bleonita


This week we would like to share our Remembrance art. After learning about WW1, and currently WW2, Year 6 really felt the weight of the importance to reflect upon and remember the sacrifice made by the fallen soldiers. We have made our own poppies to wear, practicing our sewing skills; poppy reeves for our window; poppy collages for our wall and poppy tealights which we lit in our virtual school assembly.


 Term 2 - Week 1

This week's awards go to: 

Star of the week - Daniella

Kindness award-  Harvey

Mathematician - Susan

Book worm - Brenda

PE Superstar - Tyrese 

 UK Parliament Week - Wikipedia

This week in year 6, we kick started the new term by celebrating UK Parliament week 2020! We have been learning about how our country is run and the role of the House of Commons, House of Lords and the Monarch. Children also undertook the job of Parliament by conducting scrutiny of laws; debating advantages and disadvantages and voting for and against. After looking at the work of the suffragettes and the women's vote, we spent time looking at the diversity of Parliament, with children being shocked to find out the low number of ethnic minorities and females being represented in Parliament. To spark our passion even more, we were invited to zoom with our local MP Anneliese Dodds, who heard we were taking part this week! 


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Also a huge thank you to children who completed WW2 projects at home over half term! We would still like more to go on our class wall...


Term 1 - Week 8 

This week's awards go to: 

Star of the week - Alex

Kindness award-  Tay

Mathematician -  Brenda



This week, we wanted to share with you our finished trenches! The class have worked hard in their teams to recreate the trenches of WW1 using recycled and natural materials, we are very proud of the final products!

Here are a few snaps from our Play-maker sessions, which we started this term. While we wish we had the Playhouse team at school, we have enjoyed doing our virtual play-maker lessons and beginning our journey to becoming playwrights. In the photos below, children were acting out their first mini-scripts for a spooky scene...

I would also like to say a huge thank you to the lots of members of the class you have risen to the responsibility and challenge of peer-teaching in maths. Some of our confident mathematicians have been sharing their knowledge with children who have missed out on learning or needed revision for some areas. Keep up the great teamwork! 



Term 1- Week 7 

This week's awards go to: 

Star of the week - Prisaius

Kindness award-  Susan

PE Superstar -  Rhys

Mathematician -  Bleonita

Book worm - Daniella 

Timetables awards-  Brooklyn

Pen licenses -

We would also like to congratulate our elected Student Council members, who both wrote wonderful application letters for the role and already have a catchy new slogan 'Change for the Better.'

Well done to Tay & Crystal 

This week we would like to share with you our science learning. We conducted an experiment to test the dissolving and evaporating of a salt solution. While we didn't all get the result we had predicted, we used our scientific skills to reflect on our test variables and plan a re-test with improvements. 


We would also like to show our DT project: Trenches! Children worked hard this week to plan, design and gather resources (recycled and natural) to build their own WW1 trench model. We look forward to finishing them on Friday and hope that parents will help children on their hunt for any final recycle bin hunts!

Term 1 - Week 6 

This week's awards go to: 

Star of the week - Miguel 

Kindness award-  Sergi 

PE Superstar -  Crystal 

Mathematician -  Wojciech 

Timetables awards-   Kryspin level 18, Sergi level 

Pen licenses -  Pietra & Harvey 


Our learning of the story of Cain and Abel came at a good time this week, as children took the opportunity to really focus in on their own choices and reactions to events. We linked our learning to the other stories of human disobedience in the Bible and wrote reflections on how we can make better choices, show kindness and love, and ultimately do God's work. Here is work by Susan & Brooklyn. 



Children decided they wanted to share more updates on their achievements in tag rugby this week, as we managed have our first full game of rugby incorporating all of our skills we have been working on this term... and it was sunny!


At week 6, many children are working hard on the year 6 reading challenge - with some children having already read 5 books! Since you are unable to come in and see, we wanted to share with you exactly what our challenge wall looks likes, as well as our Black History reading focus this month!




 Term 1 - Week 5 

This week's awards go to: 

Star of the week - Daniella 

Kindness award-   Miguel 

PE Superstar -   Wojciech 

Mathematician -  Lamari

Timetables awards-   Kryspin level 17

Pen licenses -  Acashia 


We would also like to congratulate our 3 new Handwriting Ambassadors: 

Bianca, Daniella & Tyrone 



What we've been up to in our learning... 


We celebrated St Vincent De Paul's Feast Day on Monday by learning all about the patron Saint of charity and his life. Children chose how to present their work with PowerPoint, prayers, art and posters. We now have a beautiful class display (see below) and enjoyed biscuits in his name. 



We are very proud of our WW1 Heroes display, made up of our charcoal soldier art work. 


soldier display



We have been working hard in PE this term and developing our tag rugby skills. This week we focused on perfected our passing, communicating and began to defend.  

pe 1