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Welcome to St. Leonard's Church of England Primary School

Welcome to St Leonard's CofE Primary School

I am delighted to welcome you to our website. I am proud to be the Headteacher at St. Leonard’s CofE Primary School. We are located in the beautiful village of Wigginton and have a very strong community who are keen to support our school. Our strong Christian ethos underpins everything we do and everyone associated with our school is committed to helping our children ‘Grow in Faith and Learning’. Catherine Young- Headteacher.

Family Worship and the last 2 weeks

Robins have settled back into school well after our Easter break and would like to welcome our 4 new Nursery children to our class. This half term, they are learning through the topic 'The Greatest Show', a topic the children have asked to do and where they are learning about the circus and how it has changed. They thoroughly enjoyed our Circus skills day and the children worked really hard to use all of the equipment provided. In Reception, they are working really hard to develop their writing of sentences and in Maths they are developing their addition and subtraction within 10 and 20. In Nursery, the children are working hard to become more independent in the activities they choose and we are working hard to help the children learn to write their name.

 

Kingfishers have launched their new English text ‘Supertato’ and the children have made their own superheroes with potatoes! They have written descriptions and planned an adventure story for their own Supertatoes. They have started a new unit in RE focussing on ‘Prayer’ and talked to God during meditation. In Maths they have been measuring length using standard and non-standards units and converting cm to metres. In PE they have started their Athletics unit, practising running and leaping skills over the hurdles. They are learning a superhero dance too. They have spent time in the computer suite playing phonics and maths games, and have completed their animals theme in science and have shared ideas about where to plant seeds and bulbs in the school grounds to observe for our topic on ‘PLANTS’. They also wrote letters to The Duke and Duchess of Sussex congratulating them on the birth of their new baby.

 

Owls have started their new topic called Extreme Earth. They designed and made a machine to help us clean up after a flood. In maths they have been learning about money. They learnt to make amounts in different ways and have converted between pence and pounds. In RE, they have been thinking about what we are thankful for and have recorded these which will be displayed in our prayer space this half term. In English this week, we started our new text ‘Flood’. They have written predictions and have been learning about adverbial phrases.

 

Yet another busy week for Falcons. Year 5 were fortunate to be invited to Belgrave Fire Station to participate in the ‘Safe and Sound’ day. This was a very enjoyable day for them learning about different aspects of safety. In English they have been writing adventure stories for a whole school writing competition. As you would expect, Year 6 have been doing lots of practise for their upcoming SATs next week, which I’m sure they will all do well in! In RE, we have completed our topic about Easter and looked at Pentecost. We will be starting our new topic next week.

 

Congratulations to everyone who has received a Headteacher's Award:

 

Robins

Lacey – a lovely kind & caring attitude at all times.
Emily – wonderful phonics work.


Kingfishers

Archie – his excellent behaviour in class & outside at break time.

Katie – her maths, phonics & writing – excellent work.


Owls
Isla – a wonderful adventure story.
Harvey – being supportive of others.

 

Falcons
Elsa – being kind & supporting peers with their learning.
Laila – extra effort & application to maths.

 

The attendance award this week goes to Kingfishers for 98% attendance.

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