Grow through the love of Jesus
The children of St Ambrose will grow and learn, following in Jesus’ footsteps and love everyone in our community.
The mission statement is for everyone who is part of St Ambrose Catholic Primary School.
St Ambrose gives a special Catholic education for all in its safe and protected school.
We all try our best to do the best possible work.
As part of the family of St Ambrose, we work well as a team and are kind to each other in our neighbourhood.
We celebrate success in assembly together and work together as good classmates.
In our school, we are kind, loving and helpful and follow the school rules.
We share our love and faith and share our Holy Communion as a family and on our journey with God.
The teachers help all the children to take extra steps and love learning.
The teachers help us to learn and achieve our dreams.
Maths: Decimals, Money and Time.
English: Performance Poetry and Portal Stories
RE: The Early Christians
To continue to practise our times tables and Year 4 spellings.
Additional spellings will be sent out on a Monday which will be tested the following Monday.
Below are some links to websites which children and parents can use to help practise:
Click here to see the curriculum expectations for each year group.
Year 4 PE is timetabled on Tuesday. This half term we will be doing Gymnastics.
Please ensure your child's PE kit is in school on the above day.
PE kit is white t-shirt, black shorts and pumps / trainers. During the winter, children may wear black or blue jogging bottoms.
This half term, we are looking at portal stories and have been using Elf Road to gain ideas before we write our own story. Here is a copy of our story map which helps us to learn the sequencing of a portal story.
Lucy's Blue Day
On the 28th March, we had a very special visitor come to school and share their new book. Chris Duke came in and read his book - Lucy's Blue Day and we spoke about the importance of understanding our feelings. We all learnt an important message that sometimes, #itsoknottobeok. We had the chance to ask Chris questions and it even inspired some of us to write our own books.
World Book Day!
We had an amazing day on Thursday 7th March celebrating World Book Day.
We took part in lots of exciting activities, including a whole school story, hot chocolate and a debate as to whether the wolf, in The Three Little Pigs, was innocent or guilty. Have a look at our pictures below!