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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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What’s going on at St. Louis Academy
Hello! Apologies for the delay in getting this up but here we go... This week has involved hunting for, and organising, knowledge about Henry VIII's wives around the classroom... We had a lovely UKS2 Mass on Thursday morning; the children behaved impeccably, read...
Beech class enjoying their Art and Topic lessons.
This week we learnt some Disco moves in our PE unit about dance through the decades (see below). We have also learnt about different creation stories and all of Henry VIII’s different wives. We made origami History Tellers for this, to test our friends and family!...
Some children in Acorns enjoyed exploring shape and space by making arrangements using a range of resources to experiment with.
In Oak, the children have created their own abstract portraits based on the work of Pablo Picasso. The children used a mixture of warm and cold colours to create two different portraits and then combined these to make an abstract picture. Head of a Women -...
Lime class made shadow puppets from black paper and lolly-pop sticks. Then they pretended their torches were the sun to try and make their puppet's shadows longer and shorter. We also explored shadows and how they change during the day.
Our children are members of one of four house teams. House points are collected throughout the term and at the end of each term we add up the totals for each house.
These live totals are updated on a weekly basis, check back to see how your house is doing!
- Bautain: 200
- Colmar: 148
- Breck: 136
- Humann: 135