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St Anne's Catholic

Primary School

Live, Love and Learn together with Christ.

Year 3

Welcome to Year 3!

 

 

 

 

June 8th 2022

Dear Parents,

I hope you all had a restful half term and enjoyed the Jubilee celebrations. We welcome the children back to the last and very busy half term. Our main focus in R.E wil be preparing the children for their First Holy Communion this weekend. We hope for lovely weather and a chance to share in the special occasion together. The children are working hard to prepare for their day. Monday and Thursday continue to be P.E days. Monday 13th of June we will have an enrichment day with Year 4 focusing on sport in the Commonwealth Games. On Wednesday 15th June, Year 3 are attending a puppet show in Walsall. They will leave school at 9.00 am and will return by lunchtime. On the 23rd June will be the celebration Mass for children for their First Holy Communion, this will coincide with the service for Corpus Christi. Mass will be held in the school hall at 9 am as usual with parents invited. After this, the Year 3 children will process down to church in their Holy Communion attire. At church, we will have Benediction and then the Year 3 children and parents are invited to have a soft drink and a biscuit in the church after the service. This should last until approximately 11am. Then the children will return to school, I will help them change into their party clothes and they will enjoy a party in the afternoon. We will dismiss the children with their Holy Communion clothes at the end of the day, unless you wish to pick them up from the office beforehand. If you are able to only attend the Mass, this is  fine as this is the main event for the Year 3 children. On 1st July, Year 3 will take part in the Walsall carnival outside the Walsall Arts Centre. We will arrive there at 12.30 and will be finished by 2.30. Parents are invited to attend and a parentmail will be sent soon to confirm details of this.  Our school trip is on the 6th July and children will be visiting Tamworth castle.  The spellings continue to be very tricky and as discussed on parents evening, it will benefit the children if they practise these each day in preparation for the tests. Our first spelling test of this halfterm will be on Friday 17th June. The list is posted under homework.

Many thanks for your support.  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Many thanks,

Mrs Robinson 

 

 

 

 

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