We have been decorating pebbles this week, with the children’s thoughts about our school values. They came up with some great ideas, showing their understanding of the value for each term, and wonderfully creative decorating skills. Here are some photos of them in action:
Please find attached the homework tasks for this term in Class 3. The children have a copy pasted into the front of their reading records as well. We have explained that they will need to complete at least two tasks, but they can do more if they wish.
Dear Parent/Carer, Welcome to Year 3! We hope that you have had a lovely summer! Your child is now part of KS2 and this first term will be all about easing children back into the routines of school. We will be carefully assessing starting points, as these will be slightly different due to the disruption … Continue reading
Today we welcomed Ian from KIC Theatre back in school! It’s been a while and as usual he provided a wonderful drama workshop all based on our learning about the Tudors. The children were totally engaged and had fun role playing various scenarios. Here they are in action:
We have been estimating and measuring this week and are able to measure in m, cm and mm! Have a look at some of the children in action:
We have had a very active week so far and have been out and about again at The Sports Centre. This is the second time we have taken the children to the Skywalk activity, but this time we combined it with tobogganing too!
We had been looking forward to this day out for some time, and it didn’t disappoint! After an uneventful coach journey (thankfully!) we arrived at the castle grounds on time and in brilliant sunshine!We had a tour of the castle and then found a space for lunch in the amazing and picturesque grounds of the … Continue reading
We had fun at The Three Hills sports hall this week as we had the opportunity to try out trampolining! Just look at the joy on the children’s faces !
Our topic this term is LIGHT and we have been investigating reflective materials. Our aim was to predict which material would reflect light the best and then carry out the investigation to see if we were right! We made a ‘light reflector’ using a torch and cardboard, which worked quite well. We had to … Continue reading
Today, Class 3 went to see the latest Folkestone Triennial art installation. It is on the cliff above the Sunny Sands beach, and is very striking! We have been making our own masks in class, in the style of the two-faces of the Roman god Janus, and took them with us to photograph at the … Continue reading