We’re constantly doing exciting things here at St Louis Academy. Important events are listed on our calendar, which is updated regularly.
Our Class pages
Our children embark on learning adventures every day. Find out what each year group has been up to lately on our Year Group Pages.
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St. Louis Catholic Academy
The school was founded in 1937 by the Sisters of St. Louis on the principle of showing respect for the uniqueness of each child, and that principle prevails today. Our school is a thriving Christian community where our children are central to everything that we do. It is a place of love and laughter where adults and children enjoy working together to achieve their full potential.
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Years of Learning
A learning Conversation at St. Louis Academy
Our children ‘s learning adventures are constantly evolving – take a look at our year group pages to see what each class has been getting up to lately.
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St. Louis Academy is a part of Our Lady of Walsingham Catholic Multi Academy Trust.
What’s going on at St. Louis Academy
Today saw us end our first half-term together by playing the 'Banana Game'! We looked at Gambia's main exports to other countries, discussed trade and then split up into different 'teams' such as banana workers and importers etc. We then had to discuss how much of the...
In DT we have been plaiting strips of recycled plastic carrier bags and turning them into colourful coasters. We also wrote a set of instructions in English which explained how we made them.
All Year 6 pupils worked with Mrs Feehan to study the Relationships and Sex Teaching Programme missed from the Autumn term last year. ‘God loves me in my changing development’ explores the physical and emotional changes that accompany puberty and allows children to...
This week Holly and Cherry class talked about the changes in the season as we begin to move from autumn into winter. The children thought about how to help the little birds that will need feeding as the weather gets colder and we made bird feeders. The children were...
Last week, the children started to make their recycled coasters out of plastic bags. The children worked well together to make a good start on their projects. The children will have the opportunity to finish them on Friday this week.
Some children in Acorns have been busy collecting dry leaves from the outdoor area. They used these to create their own unique hedgehogs, owls and experimented with leaf printing too.