St Thomas' Church Of England Primary School

St Thomas' Church Of England Primary School

School Closes for Summer at 2pm this Friday 19th July.***

St Thomas' Road, Lytham St. Annes, Lancashire, FY8 1JN

01253 722022


Teacher: Mrs Eaves
Teaching Assistant: Miss Carey

Our Gospel Value is: Friendship


Pupil Leaders:

Our School Councillors: Eddie and Mack

Our Eco Warriors: Anais and Erik

Our SHINE Councillors: Sofia 

Our link Governor is


Helpful Information:

  • Reading books will be changed on Friday
  • Reading records are needed in school every day
  • Library book changing day is Thursday 
  • PE days are Monday and Wednesday  - come in PE kits ready for these. Indoor PE kit needed on Wednesday under outdoor PE kit.  Please remember to take out any earings. 
  • Healthy snacks - if your child does not have morning toast, they may bring in a healthy snack
  • Water bottles - children will need a water bottle in school each day. This must contain water - no juice or flavoured water. Please return these daily after washing
  • Spelling test every Friday
  • Homework will be sent home every Friday to be completed and returned by the following Thursday.

Looking ahead:

  • Year 1’s school trip will be to Blackpool Zoo on Thursday the 4th July. 
  • Tuesday 9th July chaned to Monday 8th- History day for Year One with a visit from Mr Worrell. Please come dressed up as a Victorian!
  • Thursday 11th July Reports sent home.


Summer Term message from Mrs Eaves: 

Welcome back to school following our lovely two week half term break! I hope you are all feeling refreshed and ready for our last half term together in year one. 

The Phonics Screener Check for Year One takes place week commencing 10th June.  Please continue to practice the Phonics screener words which have been sent home weekly over the last half tern in preparation for this.  If you have any questions regarding these, please do not hesitate and come and see me. 

This half term in Science we will be learning all about Animals,  your child will learn that animals, including humans, can be sorted into six groups: amphibians, birds, fish, invertebrates, mammals and reptiles. They will learn that different animal groups have similar and different body parts and the purposes of these body parts. They will sort animals into the six animal groups based on characteristics. Linked to our Science Topic we will be visiting Blackpool Zoo to observe and learn more interesting facts about the six animal groups. 

In maths we will be learning about money, position and direction and time.

I am looking forward to our Olympic week in school, which takes place week commencing 24th June. All children will have the opportunity to take part in new sports and will learn about the Olympic Games, being held this year in Paris.

Please have a look at the fridge words linked below. These words are based on the vocabulary we are exploring within our topic and science lessons. How many of these can you learn?

Please take a look at the documents below so you know exactly what we will be learning this term.

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to ask - I am happy to help!

Mrs Eaves 

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Year 1 Blog

Victorian Day in Year One

year1 teacher (K.Eaves) on: Year 1 Blog

What a fantastic day we had in school. The children came dressed up as Victorians and we had the wonderful Mr Worrell in class.  He brought in many artefacts from the Victorian period and the children got to handle and have a go at being a Victorian school child. Amazing!

Beautiful Butterflies

year1 teacher (K.Eaves) on: Year 1 Blog

We have watched our tiny caterpillars go through their amazining life cycle and we set the 5 Painted Ladies free on our Wonderful Wednesday to the delight and amazement of our children!

We are Going to the Zoo!

year1 teacher (K.Eaves) on: Year 1 Blog

What an incredible day we spent at Blackpool Zoo.  We saw so many animals, and the children had the most amazing day out.  There were a few sleepy children on the way home, and some very tired grown ups too!

Wonderful Wednesday

year1 teacher (K.Eaves) on: Year 1 Blog

What a Wonderful Wednesday we shared where together the children and their families created a collage of a mini beast.


year1 teacher (K.Eaves) on: Year 1 Blog

What an amazing week we have had in school this week.  The children in Year One learnt about the Mountain Bike Cyclist Tom Pidcock who is competing at this year's Olympic Games in Paris.  We also looked at the different sports to be included in this years Olympics and the many different flags of the competing countries. The children tried new sports, including handball, Archery and Golf.  They also spent the day with the GB Athlete Renold Banigo, training with him and learning about what it takes to be a GB athelete. Unfortunately Reynold should have been competing at this year's games but he is out with an injury, torn his hamstring.  He is hopeful to be back in training in the new year.