Thank you so much parents and children for such a wonderful day. Everybody came in looking fabulous. We made pirate oat bars and sat under our dens to eat them outside in the shade. We decorated pirate picture frames made in DT and we joined in some team games on the field. We are following up some of our work tomorrow as we plot co-ordinates and rotate treasures into different positions as part of our maths learning. Have a look on the website under KEY INFORMATION/OUTDOOR LEARNING and you will see some of our work today.
Have a wonderful holiday and enjoy the big read at the library....you could even read in your own cool dens if you have some old sheets and pegs to spare.
Best wishes, Mrs Lonergan, Mrs Silver, Mrs Jardine, Mrs Sanderson and Mrs Sanders
Farm to Fork Tesco Trip - Sustainability, Food Miles and Fair Trade
Local Geography Field Trip and Art in Nature
Holiday Activity Homework
Outdoor Learning Photographs
Below is a link to some choreography and music taken from the U Tube link to Young Voices 2016. We have been looking at this choregraphy and lyrics to Madness in our Dance and Music sessions this week. Please encourage your children to revisit it. Thank you.
Choreography 2016 - 'Utter Madness' Full Run
Our aim is to provide a music experience for children that they will benefit from and remember for the rest of their lives. All the music is specially selected and arranged to give the children the widest variety of songs to perform.
Welcome back everyone. Year Three have our class mass this Wednesday and next Tuesday 10th November, it is our class assembly. A note went home with children today to ask if you could send in an earthy coloured top (brown, black, grey) or fire coloured top (orange, yellow, red) into class. This should be put in a named plastic bag by Monday 9th November. Many thanks.
Homework 1st October: a picture of the type of branches we are collecting to use to weave onto. When your child has put their nature collection together, they can bring it into class in a named box or bag at any time this week. We will also be using our collection to help us to write prayers.
These photographs will hopefully show you how we link all of our learning to create activities which are fun and meaningful. Wherever possible, we try to provide opportunities to learn outside too. These photographs show you our end results; beautiful written work, still life sketching of trees, weaving using products from nature and measuring in maths and published writing on the computers using our basic skills grammar work this week. All of this has been linked to our topic study about the Stone Age.
Year Three have made a great start as they complete their first full week in Key Stage Two. More details are attached in our class letter sent earlier this week.
Presently, we are looking at trying to set up a Stone Age visit at our school for the 30 super-enthusiastic children in the class. It would give them a chance to handle historical artefacts and learn about how we find out about the past. The cost for a visit like this would be considerably cheaper than a trip to the museum. With this in mind, a note will follow shortly but we anticipate a cost of approximately £5.00/head. We wanted to pass this information to you in advance so that you could give it some thought.
Have a wonderful weekend.
Year Three Class Teachers - Mrs Lonergan/Mrs Silver