Today, the Woodpeckers shared their learning and work from the last term. They showed off their time telling skills and shared actions and words to help them remember plant functions. Some children read out their dragon fantasy stories which were brilliant!. They also held up and talked about the fabric bunting they’d made in DT. The […]
During Cookery Club this week the children enjoyed making mini muffin pizzas. They were able to spread the tomato puree with a knife, grate the cheese and safely cut the ham, olives, pineapple and pepperoni. The children were able to follow instructions carefully and work safely. Well done chefs, great pizzas.
This week, in Maths, Year Three have been investigating turns. We practised quarter, half, three-quarter and full turns. Some of the key vocabulary we practised included: right angle, degrees, clockwise and anti-clockwise. To put our learning into practice, we positioned four different stuffed animals around the classroom. The children had to plan a set of […]
This week the children have enjoyed creating ‘Moving Pictures’ in DT. The children made a moving picture for The Gingerbread Man using a slider. The children enjoyed showing each other how they worked and were able to use story language while using their moving picture. The children also made a moving picture for Jack and the […]
On Wednesday 7th March we welcomed our mums (or a female representative) to our Mother’s Day Lunch. Rachel and Georgina cooked a delicious roast beef dinner and oaty fruit crunch for pudding. The mums also got the chance to play outside!. Thank you for coming and having lunch with us, thanks to Rachel and Georgina […]
On Thursday 8th March, it was the Owls’ turn to do their class assembly. The children shared their Literacy work, which included non-chronological reports about spiders whilst others reported information about famous steam trains, which is part of our current History topic. They also presented information posters about rainforests, and showed their art work, on the […]
With green-ness returning to the county, it is easy to forget how white everywhere was last week. Although it was very cold, some of the children managed to enjoy some snowy fun on the school field. All wrapped up in coats, hats, scarves and gloves, some snowmen were built and snowballs thrown.
On Monday 19th February Kingfishers Class celebrated Chinese New Year. The children were very lucky as Miss Cheug came in to school and spoke to them about Chinese New Year. The children took part in different activities which included making a lucky red envelope, a wishing orange with their hopes for the year and a […]