British Values

Year 2: International Week: Malta

Year 2: International Week: Malta

International Week: Malta

Year 2 had a great afternoon learning all about Malta, courtesy of Ms Claire-Marie Agius. Children learned all about this interesting country through factual information on culture and tradition. The children also sang Maltese songs and played games before drawing the Maltese flag and the George Cross, which was awarded to Malta by the British during the Second World War.

Intersting facts:

Malta is an island country in Europe. It is near the center of the Mediterranean Sea, south of Sicily. The capital of Malta is Valletta. About 400,000 people live in Malta. Malta is one of the most densely populated countries in the world. Because of this, it has many cities and towns, that grew close to each other over time.

Premier League Primary Stars Writing Competition

Premier League Primary Stars Writing Competition

Year 5 recently took part in a Premier League Primary Stars Writing Competition to write a poem all about diversity. They began by working in small groups to create their own goal celebrations, and then watched some videos and took part in discussions about diversity. They made their own Wordles using lots of new and ambitious vocabulary and… Continue Reading

St Teresa’s Parish Autumn Fair

St Teresa’s Parish Autumn Fair

Some of the children from Year 5 made an amazing contribution towards the parish Autumn Fair last Saturday. They designed their own activities and stalls, organised their own equipment and prizes and managed to raise over £120! We were very impressed with their creativity and entrepreneurial skills. The School Council also worked extremely hard to run a… Continue Reading

Year 2 – Grace Darling – Literacy/Drama/Hot Seating

Grace Darling The Year 2 children had a fabulous literacy session on Friday and had the chance to take part in plenty of hot seating activities – taking on the role of the great heroine Grace Darling or an investigative reporter for the Northumberland News! Our reporters had only one rule and that was to… Continue Reading

About British Values

At St. Teresa’s we take very seriously our responsibility to prepare children for life in modern Britain. We ensure that the fundamental British Values are introduced, discussed and lived out through the ethos and work of the school. All curriculum areas provide a vehicle for furthering understanding of these concepts and, in particular, our RE,… Continue Reading