Holbeach St Marks Primary School

St Lucia

Welcome To St Lucia class.

You are now entering an FLZ (FUN LEARNING ZONE)!

In St Lucia, we are made up of Y4, Y5 and Y6 pupils who all work SUPER hard. We are lucky this year because we have two teachers, Mrs Massey and Mrs Sage-Gray. Also in class with us, we have Mr James as a Teaching Assistant. We think we’re in for a real treat!

We have lots of fun learning experiences, including: maths trails, ‘wow’ science experiments (these can get messy!), film-making and drama in English, as well as exciting topics where we get even more creative. Each term we study a different cross-curricular topic, which are often kick-started with a memorable learning experience. We also like to go on lots of visits across the school year. Many visits are linked to our termly topics, as well going to the pantomime and sports events. We are keen to get visitors to school to help make our learning even more meaningful. Sometimes we go to Westmere School, who we are federated with, for topic days or to see visiting groups there.

As a church school, we visit the village church regularly for services. Christianity is at the heart of everything we do – we are all kind, caring and friendly, and we look after each other well (even the adults aren’t so bad!)

We go swimming on alternate Monday afternoons across the year, and we do PE on a Friday. Please take a look at the uniform page so you know what our swimming and PE kits should be like.

Homework is set on a Friday and is due back the following Thursday. Each week, children will receive a piece of English and Maths, and sometimes a piece of Science. At the beginning of each term, a topic-based homework project is set, which allows you to get creative at home with your child! If your child is struggling with their homework, we are available to support them: they just need to ask. Please also ensure your child reads at home, daily, as this is vital to them developing their comprehension of text, widening their vocabulary as well as supporting them with their writing.

If you have any questions or concerns, please do come and speak to us. We want your child to be safe and happy, and enjoy school. Keep checking back for updates to our webpage and don’t forget to visit Edi’s blog for the latest news!