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The Priory Catholic Voluntary Academy

A place to learn, have fun, grow and develop in the light and love of Christ


Iona Class

Welcome to our class page. 

Here you will find our hard work, newsletters and any updates needed throughout the year. 

Our teachers:

Miss Singleton (Class Teacher)

Mrs James (Teaching Assistant)


'The Priory, A place to learn, have fun, grow and develop in the light and love of Christ.'

Key information for working together: 

Water bottles: Please remember to send your child with a named water bottle into school each day.


PE: Our PE day will be Monday and Thursday. Please ensure that your child comes to school in their school PE kit on this day with hard trainers on. Please send them with a zip up hoodie as well as their coat as we will be outside and check the weather to decide whether they need shorts or jogging bottoms that are black or navy.


School bags: these bags will be used to transport their reading record, reading books, notes, letters and accident slips. Please check this bag after school every day.


Reading: It is crucial that you spend a few minutes every day listening to your child read. Your child will get the opportunity to change their reading book once a week. Some on Tuesday and some on Thursday, depending on their group day.


Milk: Please note that for children aged 5 and above to have milk at school, it must be paid for in advance online. For any assistance with this, speak to Miss Cottrell at reception.



Half termly newsletters: these will provide you with specific information relating to our class and curriculum.

Class dojo: is a great way to send you a quick message or photograph of your child’s learning.

Website: all our learning will be on the class page ‘Iona’ of our school website

Autumn Term 1: Marvellous Me!

We have a very exciting half term ahead of us.

Take a look at our topics...



Families- God’s love and care for every family


Recount texts, stories with a familiar setting, list poetry and overcoming the monster stories.


Recapping phase 3&4 to build confidence.


Number: Place Value
Number: Addition and Subtraction


Animals including Humans
Identify and explore each of the 5 senses.


Nurturing Nurses
Florence Nightingale, Mary Seacole and The NHS

Art and Design

Self Portraits


Fundamental Movement Skills: skipping, jumping, ball skills etc


Exploring Sounds – link to animals – voices and tuned/untuned instrument


Unit 1: Religious Understanding – Let the Children Come

Unit 2: Me, My Body, My Health