Week 8: We end our half term with Holy week, and to mark the start of it, Class 3 led a Palm Sunday Assembly. Thank you to all our parents for attending and to the children; they did an awesome job, even with so many last minute changes due to absences.
Week 7: Class 3 are coming towards the end of their narrative writing which means only one thing; character creation! Class 3 design their own fiend which will be used to create descriptions from. And just for an extra treat, Miss Briggs brought a fruit platter!
Week 6: Class 3 have had an amazing time at Doncaster Museum learning all about the Romans. They even looked at a Roman's poo to see the kind of diet they would have eaten! Ewwwwwwwww!!
Week 5: This week Class 3 were visited by South Yorkshire Fire and Rescue who came to talk to them about fire safety in the home. From this, we explored different people who give up their time to help us and used this to discover what Lent means to Christians. We created Lenten promises in the shape of footprints to show that we follow in Jesus' footsteps.
Week 4: We love to be as active as possible when it comes to our curriculum and this week is no different. From internalizing and reinventing a story through drama, to creating Roman shields and investigating formations, take a look at this week's photos.
Week 3: This week Class 3 were introduced to perimeter and learnt that the perimeter is the total measurement around the edge of a closed shape. To make this memorable, Class 3 measured four areas of our school using 3 different measurements: The Classroom, The Playground, The Football Courts and The Hall.
Week 2: This week was World Book Week! Our Literacy focus as been Playscripts based on our Class book this half term, The Firework-Maker's Daughter. Here are some pictures of the fantastic drama and shared writing Class 3 did together.
One family, growing together in love and faith, flourishing in an ever-changing world. We love, we believe, we shine, we achieve.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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