St Mary's CE Primary School

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Welcome to Conygar Class!

Hello everyone,

Welcome to Conygar Class!  Myself, Mrs Blundell, Mrs Sinclair and all of the children are very excited to be back at school, it has been wonderful to see so many happy faces in the classroom!

Please click here for the medium term overview for Spring - Term 2.

Home learning for the term

Each term your child will bring home a home learning grid. We would like for your child to complete the coloured square activities by the deadline provided, along with 2 other activities of your choice. We would love to share and celebrate home learning, so please send things in via email, or your child can bring their work into school if this appropriate. 

Please click here for a copy of the Home Learning Menu for Spring - Term 2.


Your child has now been given a Reading Record book, please make sure that this diary comes into school every day with your child so it is available should we be reading with them individually.

Please read with your child for a short time, five times each week and sign the date in the reading diary.  It is very important that we keep track of the reading your child is completing, and regular readers will be celebrated in class! Some children in Conygar Class have chosen books off our own special bookcase to bring home as reading books, if this book is not appropriate then please send it back in to be changed.

Reading Records will be checked every week, on the day that your child will read with me as part of our guided reading sessions. 


Spellings will be given every Wednesday and will be stuck into their Home Learning books.  There will also be weekly spelling sessions in class to learn new spelling patterns and rules, please click here for an overview of the weekly spellings for the spring term.


PE is on Mondays and Fridays. These sessions will be outside as long as the weather allows so please make sure your child comes to school in an outdoor PE kit (including trainers and jogging bottoms to save knees from grazes on the playground).

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