Week 3: This week St Michael's was paid a visit from West End Productions. We created an emotive dance piece to highlight the environmental impact of humans on nature within the book: The Lorax. In the afternoon, look at this closer and linked it to our inquiry question 'Do we have a right to go anywhere?'
Week 2: It was World Book Day! This year, Class 3 designed and created their new reading corner. We began by creating patches representing the characters from the books in our Class Library. Then we stitched them together to cover the frame of our new reading den!
Week 1: Welcome back! Class 3 have started their new topic - Misty Mountains. This topic we will be learning all about mountains. However, we will be linking our learning to a moral question: "Do we have a right to go anywhere?" To start our topic off, children named and located mountains and ranges on a world map to understood how they are placed all around the world.
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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