Wow , look at this brilliant piece of art work from Casper Adamski. Super shading Casper.
We had a lot of fun yesterday making scones in preparation for the Jubilee celebrations today. We hope you enjoyed them. The recipe is easy so why not have a go at making your own at home.
The children drew pictures for the residents at Meadow Bank Care Home. This week one of the residents, Malcolm and one of the staff, Dawn visited school. They brought letters from some of the residents for the children and some treats too!
Well done to everyone in Year 3 for a super assembly . We really enjoyed singing A million dreams and we hope it made you think of your own dreams
We are also super proud of Thomas and the way he is working really hard on his guided reading task. Well done Thomas.
We are very proud of Blake, who became the first member of Year 3 to get his pen licence. Well done Blake
We have been very busy in school. Have a look at the pictures below.
Here are some pictures of us learning all about rocks and Stonehenge. We also had a visit from the fire brigade and practised our STOP, DROP and ROLL technique.
Casper and his family visited Poland at Christmas. He is proud to show us the snowy scenes.
Look at us learning
During the year you will be able to see what we are doing in class,as well as what children do independently at home.
Kasper was so proud of building his Lego car, he brought in a photo of it. He got the car from Father Christmas.
Absolutely amazing Year 3, I have now totalled up the sponsor money you raised and it comes to a whooping £321.00. Thank you so much, you should all be super proud of your efforts.
Wow, well done Year 3 . Everyone in our class ran over 35 laps of the running track. Congratulations to Taylor and Codie who were the boy and girl who ran the most laps. Congratulations also to Harrison who was only one lap behind Taylor. Up to now we have doubled our original estimate of sponsor money. Please send any sponsor money in as soon as possible. Thanks to everyone who sponsored the children, they really enjoyed dressing up on Friday. See some of the pictures below. Some super outfits too!
Wow, we have been very busy this week! We have been learning all about Little Amal and her journey from Syria to Manchester, in order to try and find her mum. We have done lots of different activities relating to having to leave your home quickly, as well as thinking about how a nine year old little girl would feel if her life was completely turned upside down.
We have written letters to little Amal, we also made our own envelopes, inviting her to our school and community, we drew a portrait of her (which you can see in the Art gallery and we also acted out what it would be like if we had to leave our home quickly. In that session we had to choose what we would take with us, that we thought was special. Some children found that quite difficult; play station or tent?
Below you can see pictures of the giant cookie we made, just in case Little Amal does come to visit us, the children loved eating it too.
This week has also seen the children looking in detail at a leaf and their skin, using a high definition microscope that Mrs Johnson brought in. The children could actually see eggs that had been laid on the underside of the leaf. See the pictures below
On Tuesday we also had a yoga session. The children really enjoyed it and felt very calm afterwards. Why not get them to show you what they did!
After learning how to make an envelope in class, Lena went home and made one herself so that she could put her letter in it. Well done Lena