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St Philip Evans Catholic Primary School

We live the Gospel message as we worship, learn and play Dyn ni’n byw negas efengyl wrth i ni addoli, dysgu a chwarae

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Our new topic in Come and See is called Change. We are learning about how we change and grow. We would like you to bring in a photo of when you were a baby. 



1) After half term we will be starting our new topic 'St.David's Story'. We will be learning all about Wales, what it means to be Welsh as well as who St.David is and what makes him special?

For homework we would like you to share with us all the place in Wales you have visited or would like to visit and what you liked about them. 


2) To practise the prayer: 


Glory be to the Father

and to the Son

and to the Holy Spirit.

As it was in the beginning is now,

and ever shall be,

world without end.




Homework 1:
As part of our Come and See (RE) topic, Meals, we have been thinking about times when we have shared special meals with our friends and family. We would like you to bring in a photo or draw a picture of a time when you have shared a special meal. Maybe it was at a birthday party, wedding, Christmas or another special occasion. 


Homework 2:

To learn the Lord's prayer 'Our Father' that we say at Mass.


Our Father,

Who art in Heaven, hallowed be Thy name;

Thy Kingdom come, Thy will be done on earth as it is in Heaven.

Give us this day our daily bread;

and forgive us our trespasses as we forgive those who trespass against us;

and lead us not into temptation,

but deliver us from evil.



Homework 3: (Miss Attwells class only)

Please see the document below to find your child's lines to be learnt for our class assembly on Thursday 21st February. These will be printed for you for Monday. 

1A class assembly lines- Meals

Weekly Homework


Homework is sent home every Friday in your green book.

Please return your homework to school by Wednesday.


You should also use the websites below for additional learning.

You will find your log-in details inside your homework book.


Remember to also read your reading book every night.

Check the spellings page for our weekly test on a Friday.

1st February

In preparation for esafety day next week, we would like you to think about all of the different ways you use the internet. See green homework book! 



25th January

Maths - capacity questions (see green homework book)



18th January
End Plastic Pollution Comprehension sheet- see green homework book. 

11th January

As part of Eco week, we will be learning all about the rainforest and how we can help to protect it. Before we start our work on the rainforest, we would like you to find out about an animal that lives in the rainforest (e.g. a monkey, sloth, tucan, anaconda or a jaguar). It is up to you how you choose to record what you have found out, maybe you will use the internet or visit the library to read a book, maybe you might even watch a programme about rainforest animals.



12th October

We would like you to bring your favourite book to school. It might be a story book or even an information book. You do not need to write about this book, we will be having a group discussion in class to talk about our favourite books, what is special about them and why we like them so much.


5th October

See your green book - Capital Letters: Can you write the correct lowercase and capital letters?


28th September

See your green book - Please complete the Food Diary of what you have eaten for breakfast, lunch, dinner and snacks throughout each day this week.


21st September

See your green book - Letter formation (please complete using a pencil)!


14th September

See your green book - Maths homework (number bonds).


7th September

Our first Come and See (RE) topic in Year 1 is 'Families'. We will be thinking about who is in our family and how we are all a part of God's family. For your homework, we would like you to bring a photograph of your family to school to share with our class throughout the topic. If you do not have a photograph, you could draw a picture in your green book instead.

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