First Class



Week beginning 15/06/20
Well done on keeping the work going for the last few weeks. There is no pressure to do any work this week but feel free to keep reading, finishing workbook, or any other work if you so wish. We won’t be assigning any further written work as it’s’s our final week. We still can’t believe we’re ending this school year this way!

We’ve decided that this week is going to be Virtual Sports Week- a nice way to end the year and we include links to sporting activities that you or your family might like to do. There are many activities in the pack- feel free to choose what you wish to do. Why not add a competitive element by making it a family sports day! Send us on any pictures/videos!

Visit www.healthy-kidz.com and follow the link for Republic of Ireland pupils

I’d like to wish you all the most wonderful summer and hopefully when we return in August things will hopefully have settled a lot more.



First Class Booklist

The following workbooks are required for the 2020/21 school year

Mathematics

  • Busy at Maths 1 (CJ Fallon)
  • Ready Steady Go Mental Maths (Just Rewards)

English

  • Starlight 1st class Skills Book
  • Starlight Combined Reading and Skills Book
  • Sounds Make Words 1st Class
  • New Wave English in Practice 1st Class (Prim-Ed)

Gaeilge Readers provided in class.

SESE Folens Explorer 1st class

Music 1 X Tin Whistle (D)

Copies & Accessories

4 X 80 Page Copybook  ; 2 x Nature Copy; 1 X Sum Copy C3 88 pages; 1 X Notebooks (not spiral/non hardback); 3 X Pencils; 1 x Sharpener; 1 X Ruler (30cm); 1 X Rubber; 2 x Pritt sticks (43g size); 1 X Packet of twistable Crayons/Colouring Pencils; 2 X Card Folders

2 X Scrapbooks (32 page); 2 X Plastic Button Folders (A4); 1 Large durable plastic zip folder for homework books,

Miss Hegarty is distributing work packs on Friday, 22nd May for the coming weeks.

Week 8

18th of May

If you have any queries or if you would like to send pictures of the children’s work the class email address is: firstclasskns@hotmail.com.  Keep up the great work!

              Have fun and stay safe!

Ms. Hegarty

Week 7

Monday, 11th of May

If you have any queries or if you would like to send pictures of the children’s work the class email address is: firstclasskns@hotmail.com.  Keep up the great work!

  • English
  • English in Practice (1 per day)
  • Practice conjunctions before doing the grammar part of starlight https://www.turtlediary.com/game/what-is-a-conjunction.html
  • Starlight- Story 8a (1st class book)- Pg. 62, 63, 64 & 65. Children on the Senior Infants book can do the next unit in their Starlight.
  • Spellings Made Fun- Unit 30
  • Sounds make words- 1st class book pg. 76 & 77, Senior infant book- Revise your sounds online: https://www.phonicsbloom.com/uk/game/fishy-phonics?phase=2
  •  *Make sure to be doing a little reading each day also- https://home.oxfordowl.co.uk/books/free-ebooks/
  • Maths
  • Mental Maths- The next week
  • Practice weight before you start (Give it a go but some of the levels are a little difficult) https://www.mathplayground.com/balance_scales.html
  • Busy at Maths- pg. 121-127 (1st class book) some of these pages may not be able to be done at home as you might not have weighing scales, kids can try the estimate part if they want. (Senior Infants book) pg. 119-124
  • Practice skip counting 2’s, 5’s, 10’s- https://www.abcya.com/games/number_bubble_skip_counting
  • Gaeilge
  • Duolingo.
  • Gaeilge reading- The next 3 pages if you can.
  • Practice Deir O Gradaigh words/actions and ask yourself some of the questions that we do each day in class.
  • We are learning about Ar an trá (on the beach) this week. Learn the words using this https://www.twinkl.ie/resource/roi-t-t-1037-an-samhradh-postaer-taispeana-a4
  • Tasc- Put these words in alphabetical order and draw a picture beside the word. (eitleán, caisleán gainimh, trá, spéaclaí gréine, grian, hata gréine, nóinín, féileacán, uachtar gréine, lus na gréine, puball)
  • PE
  • Go Noodles, The Body Coaches lessons online, play outside!
  • Music
  • Tin whistle for 10 or 15 minutes each day.
  • Geography
  • Last week finished our lessons on Planet Earth and Space. You can start off by finishing your KWL chart on space.
  • This week we are learning about wildflowers and hedgerows in Ireland. Do you know what a wildflower is? What are some wildflowers you know? Where might you see these wildflowers? What do you think a hedgerow is? Let’s learn: https://www.scoilnet.ie/uploads/resources/30636/30372.ppt
  • Task 1: Wildflower hunt. On a walk with your family or in your garden, look for the wildflowers in the PowerPoint. Write them down on a piece of paper and tick them off if you see them. Happy hunting!
  • Task 2: Find a wildflower in your local area. Study it and make a fact file about it. Include: Name of the wildflower, location, colour and shape of flower, smell, minibeasts nearby, size, colour and shape of leaves, texture (feel). Draw a picture of thewildflower.

*Ask an adult before touching wildflowers. Some are poisonous.

  • History
  • This week we are learning about schools when your grandparents were young. Do you think school was much different? I want you to interview your grandparents about school when they were young. I know that most of you probably can’t see your grandparents due to the coronavirus so maybe you could ask your parents to ring them and you can ask them some questions. If you can’t do this maybe you could interview your parents instead. You can ask some of these question: What were some of the rules? What was your classroom like? Did you have uniform? What was your teacher like? What did you school and classroom look like? What subjects did you learn at school? Can you think of any other questions you would like to ask?
  • Science
  • Last week we were learning about what plants need to grow. This week we are going to learn the different parts of a plant. Do you know any parts of a plant? What do these parts do? Let’s learn: https://www.twinkl.ie/resource/t-t-10000130-parts-of-a-plant-powerpoint-
  • Task 1- http://www.softschools.com/science/plants/plant_parts/
  • Task 2- Draw a plant from your garden and label all the parts of the plant.
  • Art
  • As we are now in the summer season, this weeks art is based on summer. I want you to create an ice pop.
  • You will need: Paper/card, paint/twistables/markers, scissors, glue.
  • Instructions:
  • Get paper/card and draw an ice pop.
  • Draw different designs such as swirls, squiggly lines, zig zags on to your ice pop.
  • Colour the ice pop.
  • Get another piece of paper/card and colour the entire sheet.
  • Cut out the ice pop and stick it on to the coloured piece of paper.

              Have fun and stay safe!

Ms. Hegarty

Week 6-

Beginnining 5th of May

If you have any queries or if you would like to send pictures of the children’s work the class email address is: firstclasskns@hotmail.com.  I loved seeing last weeks creations. Keep up the great work!

  • English
  • English in Practice (1 per day)
  • Starlight- Story 7b (1st class book)- Pg. 58, 59, 60 & 61. Children on the Senior Infants book can do the next unit in their Starlight.
  • Spellings Made Fun- Unit 29
  • Sounds make words- 1st class book pg. 74 & 75, Senior infant book (revision of sounds) pg. 80 and do any pages that were missed.

*Make sure to be doing a little reading each day also- https://home.oxfordowl.co.uk/books/free-ebooks/

  • Maths
  • Mental Maths- The next week
  • Busy at Maths- pg. 116- 120 (1st class book), (Senior Infants book) pg. 115-118
  • Practice making tens and units- https://www.abcya.com/games/base_ten_fun
  • Gaeilge
  • Duolingo.
  • Gaeilge reading- The next 3 pages if you can.
  • Practice Deir O Gradaigh words/actions and ask yourself some of the questions that we do each day in class.
  • We are starting the theme of Samhradh (Summer) in Gaeilge. We will start off with Éadaí Samhraidh (Summer clothes). Here is a game that we play in class ‘Cad atá imithe?’. The children usually read the words to get familiar with them and then we play the game https://www.twinkl.ie/resource/roi-gl-53705-which-one-is-missing-summer-clothes-powerpoint
  • Tasc- Write 4 sentences using this phrase: Caithim ________ sa samhradh. (I wear ______ in the summer.) Use the words from the powepoint to make the sentences. Draw a picture of you wearing the clothes in the summer underneath the sentences.
  • PE
  • Go Noodles, The Body Coaches lessons online, play outside!
  • Music
  • Tin whistle for 10 or 15 minutes each day.
  • Geography
  • This week we are going to be learning about some more of the planets in Space. Can you remember the planets from the story ‘Back to Earth with a Bump’? Do you know any other planets? How many planets are there? Do you know what the order the planets are from the sun? Here are two videos to learn about our Solar System: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1q9TZVcQYOk, https://www.twinkl.ie/go/resource/t2-s-1183-the-girl-who-went-to-space-animation
  • Task: Learn the order of the planets using this poem: My Very Excited Mother Just Served Us Nachos (Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn. Uranus, Neptune)
  • If the children would like to learn more about the planets in our Solar System they can go onto the NASA website for kids and there are lots of facts here https://spaceplace.nasa.gov/all-about-mercury/en/
  • History
  • This week we are going to learn about diary entries. Do you know what a diary entry is? Here is an example of a diary entry https://www.twinkl.ie/resource/t-l-54669-ks1-tim-peakes-space-diary-differentiated-reading-comprehension-activity . Choose the diary entry based on your child’s level of reading. They can answer the questions if they want.
  • Task- Write a diary entry about life at home during the coronavirus. Here are some tips for writing a diary entry https://www.twinkl.ie/resource/t-l-53899-diary-writing-helpful-hints-prompt-sheet . You can include some of these: What do you do each day? What do you miss doing that you use to do before the virus came? What do you like about being at home? What are some things that you are looking forward to doing when lockdown is over?
  • Science
  • We are moving on to the topic flowers and plants in science. This week we are going to be learning about what plants need to grow and the life cycle of a Sunflower. What do you think a life cycle is? Have you ever seen a sunflower? What does it look like? Do you know any parts of a flower? What do plants need so that it can grow? First let’s look at what plants need to grow: https://www.twinkl.ie/resource/t2-s-230-what-plants-need-to-grow-powerpoint Now, let’s learn about the lifecycle of the sunflower: https://www.twinkl.ie/resource/t-t-5220-sunflower-life-cycle-powerpoint
  • Task: Draw the life cycle of the sunflower.
  • Art
  • This week we are learning about our Solar System in Geography and we are learning about the order of the planets from the sun. Therefore, our theme for art this week is going to be Solar System.
  • You will need: Paper/card (Black or plain), paint/twistables/markers, scissors, glue.
  • Instructions:
  • Get some black paper/card or colour/paint a piece of paper/card black.
  • Get another piece of paper and use some round objects of different sizes to draw your planets. Eg. Bottom of a glass, lid of bottle.
  • Colour/paint the planets. (You can find the colour of the planets in the videos you watched about the Solar System)
  • Draw a sun on the black paper or on another sheet of paper and cut it out to stick on the black paper.
  • Cut out your planets and place them in order from the closest planet to the furthest planet from the sun. (Use your poem to remind you of the order)

Challenge: What other drawings could you add to your solar system?

Have fun and stay safe!

Ms. Hegarty

 

Hi everyone!!

I hope you are all well. I would like if everyone could continue on with the following work:

Week 5-

Monday 27th of April

If you have any queries or if you would like to send pictures of the children’s work the class email address is: firstclasskns@hotmail.com.  I loved seeing some of the creations last week. Keep up the great work!

  • English
  • English in Practice (1 per day)
  • Starlight- Story 7a (1st class book)- Pg. 54, 55, 56 & 57. Children on the Senior Infants book can do the next unit in their Starlight.
  • Spellings Made Fun- Unit 28
  • Sounds make words- 1st class book (er, ir, ur, or, ar sounds) pg. 72 & 73, Senior infant book (revision of sounds) pg. 78 & 79.

*Make sure to be doing a little reading each day also- https://home.oxfordowl.co.uk/books/free-ebooks/

  • Maths
  • Mental Maths- The next week
  • Busy at Maths- pg. 111- 115 (1st class book), (Senior Infants book) pg. 110-113
  • Practice skip counting in 2’s, 5’s & 10’s- https://www.abcya.com/games/number_bubble_skip_counting
  • Gaeilge
  • Duolingo.
  • Gaeilge reading- The next 3 pages if you can.
  • Practice Deir O Gradaigh words/actions and ask yourself some of the questions that we do each day in class.
  • Siopadoireacht-https://www.twinkl.ie/resource/roi-gl-310-cad-a-cheannaigh-aoife-powerpoint
  • Write 4 sentences using the phrase Cheannaigh mé ________ sa siopa eadaí. (I bought _______ in the clothes shop. (Geansaí, sciorta, gúna, t-léine, bríste, hata, scairf, bróga, buataisí, cóta). Draw 4 pictures underneath.
  • PE
  • Go Noodles, The Body Coaches lessons online, play outside!
  • Music
  • Tin whistle for 10 or 15 minutes each day.
  • Geography
  • As part of our learning about Planet Earth and Space, this week we are learning about Earth Day 2020 which was on the 22nd of April. You can learn all about Earth Day 2020 here: https://www.twinkl.ie/resource/earth-day-2020-climate-action-differentiated-reading-comprehension-activity-ages-5-7-reading-comprehension-activity-t-l-9611- Choose the reading comprehension based on your child’s reading ability. Children can answer the questions after if they want to.
  • Task: Write an acrostic poem about Earth Day, you can use this template or you can write your own on a sheet of paper and draw some things about your poem around it. You can send me your finished poems through email. https://www.twinkl.ie/resource/t-sc-210-earth-day-acrostic-poem
  • History
  • This week in History we are going to be learning about an inventor called Alexander Graham Bell. Do you have any ideas who this person may be? What do you think he invented? Hint: It is something that many adults use everyday. You can talk to people on this device. Years ago it had a cord attached to it but now we can carry it in our pockets. Watch the PowerPoint to learn all about him- https://www.twinkl.ie/resource/t2-h-5289-alexander-graham-bell-information-powerpoint
  • Task- Create your own invention. What would your new invention do? Would you name it after yourself or would you create a name for it? What cool features would your invention have? Draw a picture of your invention and write a fact box telling me all about it. I can’t wait to see your new inventions!
  • Science
  • Last week in Science we were learning about forces and in particular floating and sinking. Following on from that, this week we are learning about magnetism. What do you think magnetism is? Have you ever seen a magnet? Do you know the types of materials that magnets attract? For example: Do they attract plastic, rubber, metal, paper, glass? Watch this video about magnets: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-aNpmCSZHbk
  • Task 1.- Write down 5 facts that you learned about magnets from the video.
  • Task 2- Investigation- If you have a magnet at home (maybe a fridge magnet) you can try this investigation.

Investigation

You will need these as well as a magnet: My Guess- Magnetic/Not magnetic Investigation-Magnetic/Not Magnetic
Ruler
Rubber
Paper clip
Fork
Coin
Paper
Microwave
Key
Plastic bottle

What are some other objects around your home that you think may be magnetic?

  • Art
  • As we were learning about Earth day this week, I would like you to draw or paint a picture of Earth and then around it I would like you to draw 4 small pictures of ways we can help our planet. You can look back to the reading comprehensions on Earth Day if you can’t remember the ways we can help Earth.

Have fun and stay safe!

Ms. Hegarty

Week 4

Mon 19th – Fri 24th April

Hi everyone, I hope you are all well and staying safe. I have created an email address for first class to allow parents with any queries to get in touch with me. Email address is: firstclasskns@hotmail.com

  • English
  • English in Practice (1 per day)
  • Starlight- Story 6b (1st class book)- Pg. 50, 51, 52& 53. Children on the Senior Infants book can do the next unit in their Starlight.
  • Spellings Made Fun- Next unit.
  • Sounds make words- 1st class book (er, ir, ur sounds) pg. 70 & 71, Senior infant book (compound words) pg. 76 & 77. Before completing these pages think about some of the words you already know that have these sounds or some of the compound words you know.

*Make sure to be doing a little reading each day also. You can access free e-books on this site https://home.oxfordowl.co.uk/books/free-ebooks/

  • Maths
  • Mental Maths- The next week
  • Busy at Maths- Subtraction- Pg. 106-110 (1st class book), More than/less than pg. 102& 103 (Senior Infants book)
  • Play your doubles, near doubles and halves games with yourself to see how many you can get right- 1+1 to 12+12 (doubles), 1+2 to 12+13 (near doubles), A half of 2 to a half of 24 (halves) *Remember if you know the doubles, you will know the halves.
  • Gaeilge
  • Duolingo is a great app for learning Gaeilge if anybody would like to try it. It’s free!
  • Gaeilge reading- The next 3 pages if you can.
  • Practice Deir O Gradaigh words/actions every day and ask yourself some of the questions that we do each day in class.
  • Dé Luain -We are moving onto the topic Siopadoireacht (shopping) in Gaeilge. Learn some of the shops using this PowerPoint and use it to complete the tasks. https://www.twinkl.ie/resource/roi-gl-53741-shopping-audio-powerpoint  
  •  Tasc a haon Dé Máirt– Write down three sentences using this phrase: Is fearr liom _______. (I prefer ______.)  Use the powerpoint to fill in the 3 shops that you prefer. Draw a picture of the shops that you have chosen at the bottom of the page.
  • Tasc a dó Dé Céadaoin– Tarraing ceithre bhosca. Tarraing siopa bréagán i mbosca a haon agus dathaigh sé gorm. Tarraing óllmhargadh i mbosca a dó agus dathaigh sé glas. Tarraing siopa ceoil i mbosca a tri agus dathaigh sé corcra. Tarraing siopa leabhar i mbosca a ceathair agus dathaigh sé liath.
  • PE
  • You can also do some Go Noodles or The Body Coaches lessons online.
  • Play outside!
  • Music
  • Practice some tunes on your tin whistle for 10 or 15 minutes each day.
  •  https://dabbledoomusic.com/ – This is also a good site for music lessons if you are interested.
  • SPHE (Monday)
  • As we all know the reason we are not at school is due to the Coronavirus so this week we are going to be learning about Personal Hygiene. Have you any ideas about what hygiene is? What do you think are some of the ways that we can take care of our personal hygiene? Let’s learn about this: https://www.twinkl.ie/resource/t-cfe-p-28-cfe-first-level-personal-hygiene-powerpoint
  • Task- Design a poster that will encourage other children to take care of their personal hygiene. Make sure to include some tips about personal hygiene on your poster. The poster should be colourful.
  • Geography (Tuesday)
  • For the next few weeks we are going to be learning all about Space. I want you to get a piece of paper or a spare copybook that you might have at home and I want you to do a KWL (Know, Would like to know, Learned) chart before we start learning about Space. In your Know section I want you to write down at least 3 things you already know about Space. In your Would like to know section I want you to write down 2 questions that you have about Space that will hopefully be answered over the lessons. After your first lesson you can write down one or two things that you have learned, and you can add to your Learned section each week until we are finished this topic.  
  • Read this story https://www.twinkl.ie/resource/t-l-53321-back-to-earth-with-a-bump-ebook-english
  • Task- Design a planet. After you have drawn your planet, I would like you to write a short fact file about your planet. Include the following: What is the name of the planet? What colour is it? Who lives on the planet? What size is your planet? What is it made from? Is there any other exciting facts that you would like me to know about your planet?
  • History (Wednesday)
  • In History this week, we are going to be learning about Neil Armstrong. I wonder who he could be? Have you any ideas about who he is or what he has done? Hint: He put on a big white suit with a helmet and went somewhere that we were talking about in Geography. The place where he went makes the sky bright at night and some people say this place is made of cheese. Let’s look at this PowerPoint to see if you are right! https://www.twinkl.ie/resource/t-tp-77-neil-armstrong-powerpoint
  • Task- Draw a space rocket and inside the rocket, write down 10 things that you would take to space with you in your rocket.
  • Science (Thursday)
  • In Science this week, we are going to be learning about forces. What do you think a force is? In particular we are going to be learning about the forces of sinking and floating. Do you know what sinking and floating is? Can you think of some objects that might float and some objects that might sink? Why do you think these objects float or sink? Let’s investigate using these objects and a basin of water. You can just write down each object, write down your guess and then do the experiment to see whether it floats or sinks. No need to copy down the full table. Not too much splashing allowed!!

Experiment 1.

You will need: My Guess (x) In Water (x)
Pencil Floats (    )     Sinks (    ) Floats (    )     Sinks (    )
Rubber Floats (    )     Sinks (    ) Floats (    )     Sinks (    )
Sharpener Floats (    )     Sinks (    ) Floats (    )     Sinks (    )
Ruler Floats (    )     Sinks (    ) Floats (    )     Sinks (    )
Coin Floats (    )     Sinks (    ) Floats (    )     Sinks (    )
Spoon Floats (    )     Sinks (    ) Floats (    )     Sinks (    )
Button Floats (    )     Sinks (    ) Floats (    )     Sinks (    )
Potato Floats (    )     Sinks (    ) Floats (    )     Sinks (    )
Stone Floats (    )     Sinks (    ) Floats (    )     Sinks (    )
 Scissors Floats (    )     Sinks (    ) Floats (    )     Sinks (    )

  Experiment 2. Do objects filled with air float or sink? You will need: A bottle with a screw cap and a basin of water.

  1. Screw the top tightly on an empty bottle. (The bottle is full of air!)
  2. Put the bottle into the water.
  3. Take the bottle out of the water. Take the cap off and put the bottle back in the water again.

What happened and why?

  • Art (Friday)
  • Construction- As we have been learning about Neil Armstrong and Space this week you are going to be making Space themed art this week. You will need: a bottle, cellotape, paper/card, wrapping paper, colours and scissors.

Instructions:

  1. Measure how much wrapping paper you need to cover the bottle. If you don’t have wrapping paper, use ordinary paper.
  2. You can turn the wrapping paper to the back and it will be plain so that you can draw your own designs or you can use the other side that already has a pattern on it. It’s up to you!
  3. Draw your designs on the wrapping paper and then cover the bottle. Use cellotape to stick it together.
  4. Cut out 4 triangles and stick them around the bottom of your rocket.
  5. Challenge: Can you think of any other things or designs that you could add to make it look more like a rocket?
  6. We are ready for blast off!!

*You could also use tin foil to cover your rocket and make designs out of paper to stick on to your rocket.

Some English, Maths and Gaeilge should be done everyday and parents can decide how much of the work should be done as I am aware that many parents are working and are just very busy. These are just ideas to keep everyone busy so please don’t be overwhelmed. Feel free to send me an email if you have any questions as I am happy to help and if the children would like to take some pictures of their rockets, their posters or their planet fact file you can send me these via email also.

I hope you are all having lots of fun at home. Stay safe!

Ms. Hegarty

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-Mental Maths-The next week-Spellings Made Fun- The next unit- English in Practice- Do 1 per day- Starlight- The next unit- Here is an online game for Homophones if the kids would like to play it (it’s a little difficult)  https://www.abcya.com/search/?term=Pancake%20Panic%20-%20Homophones&type=game-Gaeilge- Read the next 3 pages of your reader if you can. Practice saying the days of the week, months of the year and the seasons as Gaeilge as well as our Deir O’ Gradaigh words/actions. 
Suggested work/Additional ideas: -Music- Practice tin whistle- PE- Go noodle or PE with Joe Wicks on YouTube-Art- Make a colourful Easter egg using different patterns. Make an Easter card. -SESE- Spring Hunt- https://www.twinkl.ie/resource/spring-aistear-hunt-checklist-roi-t-20162634– Go into your garden or look out your window to see how many signs of spring you can find.-Literacy and numeracy games can be found online such as:  https://www.themathsfactor.com/   ABCYA- Grade 1 https://www.abcya.com/ Math playground- Grade 1 https://www.mathplayground.com/grade_1_games.htmlhttps://www.topmarks.co.uk/
-Reading- Free Ebooks on https://home.oxfordowl.co.uk/books/
I hope everyone is keeping safe and having fun at home. Don’t eat too much chocolate over Easter! 
I hope to see you all soon,Ms. Hegarty

Notes

The school will re-open on Wednesday, 28th August 2019.

School Diaries will be available on opening week.

Please ensure that all books and copies are labelled to save class time and lost property.  It is school policy to have pupil names in Irish on all copies etc.

 

Fáilte roimh an tEarrach

Happy Valentines DayThe world of Habitats

Merry Christmas From Rang 1

And some turtle Art

The Perfect cup of Cocoa

Today we were allowed to bring a toy from home and tell the class why we chose this toy

Pets

Mega Monsters

Halloween Art

Happy Halloween from Ranga 1

Dingle Dangle Scarecrow – Made from using different shapes



 

  • School Holidays

    • Provisional Summer Closing Date
      The school will close on Friday, 19th June.

      All dates are provisional and subject to change.

      The BOM reserves the right to use the first three days of the Easter Holidays to make up for unforeseen closures.
    • 2020-2021 School Re-opening
      Re-opening for pupils on Wed 26th August 2020.
    • Halloween Break
      Closed from Mon-26th Oct -Fri-30th Oct 2020.
    • Christmas Holidays
      Closing on Tues, 22nd December 2020.

      Re-opening Wed, 6th January 2021.
    • February Mid-term 2021
      Closed on Thurs, 18th and Fri, 19th Feb 2021.
    • Easter Holidays 2021
      Closing on Fri, 26th March 2021.

      Re-opening on Mon,12th April 2021.
    • May Bank Holiday
      May Bank Holiday; 3rd May.
    • June Bank Holiday
      June Bank Holiday; 7th June.
    • Provisional Summer Closing Date
      Provisional Closing date; Fri, 18th June 2021.

      These dates are provisional and subject to change.