St Nicholas Church of EnglandPrimary Academy


Welcome toSt Nicholas Church of England Primary Academy

Week beginning 1.2.21

Mrs Smith introduces the week!

Poem Of the Week

Get your poetry book out and turn to page 98!  Join Mrs Smith in reading a poem about bedtime together!

Here is our timetable for this week.  Please remember to send your work for each lesson to the email address.  You don't need to send multiple emails you can send one each day with all the lessons attached if it is easier for you!

Day Session 1 Session 2 Session 3 Session 4 Session 5 Session 6
Monday Maths Reading Phonics Writing RHSE Music
Tuesday Maths Reading Phonics Writing Science P.E
Wednesday Maths Reading Phonics Writing Well-being Well-being
Thursday Maths Reading Phonics Writing Well-being P.E
Friday Maths Reading Phonics Writing R.E Topic

Click the stars below to find the lessons for each subject.

Lincolnshire Smiles - (Due to the current pandemic we are unable to run our normal Lincolnshire Smiles Project in school)

Tooth decay is the most common oral disease affecting children and young people in England, yet it is largely preventable. Poor oral health can affect children and young people’s ability to sleep, eat, speak, play and socialise with other children


What is Lincolnshire Smiles?

Lincolnshire Smiles is a preventative tooth brushing programme designed to address oral health inequalities by helping young children to develop positive oral health skills for life.

Why introduce Lincolnshire Smiles?

Evidence based studies have found:

  • Daily application of fluoride toothpaste to teeth reduces the incidence and severity of tooth decay in children.
  • Children in more deprived areas are less likely to brush their teeth at least twice daily.
  • Brushing each day at school over a two year period is effective for preventing tooth decay and can establish life-long behavior to promote oral health.

Here is some more information for you and your children. There are links to videos and some activities to complete at home. (we have previously done this as a class)