Welcome back to everyone after the half term break.
We hope all the children are ready to learn and continue with the novel stud of The Sheep Pig. The children have loved this novel and have been working extremely hard to produce some beautiful outcomes.
We will be looking into the text deeper and producing some more fantastic art work as well as a fascinating newspaper report and some tricky maths problems.
As always, lots of fun ahead this term so get ready Class 3 for another term of fun filled learning!
Just as a reminder our PE days are on a Monday and a Friday afternoons, so please ensure that your children have their PE kits ready for their learning on these days. Additionally as the weather is warming up we will be partaking in PE sessions outside. Therefore please ensure that children have suitable outside footwear.
Make sure you keep up your times table practise and spellings practise. Well done for all your hard work so far keep it up!
Welcome to the new Class 3!
We have already made such a fantastic start to the new academic year so a huge well done.
Our first topic for this term is the Ancient Egyptians which I am so excited about and I know the children will be too. I am amazed at how mature the new year 3's have come up into the juniors and taken on new responsibilities and challenges. We have seen lots of persistence and resilience already in class 3 so make sure you keep this up.
This webpage will allow you to see your child's amazing learning and keep up to date on any upcoming events and topics. Myself (Miss Curle) and Mrs Dewsanp are always about should you have any queries.
Leeds Museum Ancient Egyptian Trip
Class 3 and 4 had an extremely successful trip to Leeds Museum last week. We learnt all about the way of life for the Egyptians. We even got to mummify our own stuffed body! all children were so well behaved during the trip and Miss Naylor and myself wanted to say a big well done to you all.
We also saw lots of knowledge from the children who were able to tell the staff at the museum all they had been learning at school and at home about the Egyptians! Many children have said the best part was seeing the real life mummy of Nesyamun- which I am sure the children will never forget.
If you and your children want to research anything further about the Egyptians for your learning projects or just for fun here are some amazing websites to visit: