We had a lovely afternoon yesterday with our parents. Thanks to those who came in to look at what Year 3 have been learning about. The children love sharing their work!
Last week Year 3 visited Year 5 to compare The Tudor Period to The Egyptian Period. The Year 5 children were so knowledgeable and helpful we found out so much!
We went to the auditorium to watch Horrible Histories Live! It was great! There were even 3-D parts that made us jump!
In our power of reading text SPY MASTER there has been a murder! as journalists we are gathering information about this shocking story to write a newspaper report.
Today we rediscovered our Seesaw accounts to upload some pictures of Henry VIII. We found the images online, took a screenshot and uploaded them. We then added some facts and tried to change the font.
What an amazing time our Y2 - Y6 children had at The Regal playing Nerf for 100% attendance during the autumn term.
Year 3 had a very special visitor in today. King Henry VIII himself came in for the day to help introduce our new 'Horrible Histories' topic. Year 3 are learning all about the 'Terrible Tudors' and King Henry VIII is what we are learning about first! We loved it!
Today we made our Christmas magnets out of model magic. We have been learning about magnets and forces. We thought it would be fun to make our family members some magnets, especially now we know how they work. As you can see we had a little bit too much fun before we made the proper magnets! Check…
We have been using concrete objects to help us tell the time. Some of the conversations we have had with eachother have been amazing!! We have been really trying to prove our points to convince our teams who was right or wrong!
Ryan has been working hard at home with his Mum to do some extra maths work. He was very proud of the work he had done!
In Year 3 today we have been raising money for Children in Need by dressing up. We either dressed up at something we are good at or something we aspire to be when we grow up. We had some amazing outfits from midwives to a Red Arrow pilot. Miss Robinson has always wanted to be a vet so she dressed…
We have been remembering the fallen soldiers in many ways this week. We have reminded ourselves why we remember the soldiers on the 11th November by doing a reading comprehension, painting rocks for our whole school display, researching individual soldiers, creating poppies to wear ourselves and a…