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A warm welcome to everyone. Please use this page to view the activities we have been doing in class and the work we are proud of. Enjoy!

 

Monday Reading Records due in.
Spellings and English Homework handed out.
PE lesson.
Mrs Hill will help any children with their Maths homework at lunchtime if they need extra support.
Tuesday Maths homework handed in.
Library books swapped. 
Wednesday Maths homework handed out.
Thursday Times tables and number bonds test.
Friday

Spellings and English Homework handed in.

Spelling test. 

PE lesson.


Please remember to encourage your child to read 5x a week and ask them questions about their books.

As the weather is starting to get chilly, please can you pack a pair of black/navy tracksuit trousers in your child's PE kit. 

Curriculum Newsletter - Autumn term

Today Hedgehog class learnt about articles and created a video for you at home.

Still image for this video

No pens day! A big thank you to Mr and Mrs Hancock who taught us about willow and how to weave it to create baskets and 'twirly sticks'. We also made our front covers for our stories - the flood.

Year 3 have looked at the towns, hills and rivers surrounding the Somerset Levels to learn more about where we live. Through our English story Flood, we decided we wanted to investigate flood defences so built our own towns to see if they would withstand a downpour. Some of us were successful, whilst others of us discussed why our towns flooded.

To kickstart our imagination we became unicorns, giants and monkeys before acting out different sources of water for our story 'the flood'.

In maths we got creative to show how many ways we could represent number.

Thank you Tyler and Alfie for reading our class novel 'Charlotte's Web' on Friday.

Thank you Tyler and Alfie for reading our class novel 'Charlotte's Web' on Friday. 1

⭐️ 👨‍🎓 this week goes to Harry for great organisation and focus in the classroom.

⭐️ 👨‍🎓 this week goes to Harry for great organisation and focus in the classroom. 1

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On Friday, Mr Wright taught us how to throw underarm and catch. We played lots of games!

This afternoon we explored magnetic forces, materials and discussed how the poles attract and repel from one another. We even learnt a few magic tricks along the way!

"Quick... quick shut the windows and put on your coats, we need to get ready for a storm!" On Friday we acted out how it would feel to hear this message and started the beginning of our stories. Mrs Hill was very impressed with the class word bank.

"Quick... quick shut the windows and put on your coats, we need to get ready for a storm!" On Friday we acted out how it would feel to hear this message and started the beginning of our stories. Mrs Hill was very impressed with the class word bank. 1
"Quick... quick shut the windows and put on your coats, we need to get ready for a storm!" On Friday we acted out how it would feel to hear this message and started the beginning of our stories. Mrs Hill was very impressed with the class word bank. 2
"Quick... quick shut the windows and put on your coats, we need to get ready for a storm!" On Friday we acted out how it would feel to hear this message and started the beginning of our stories. Mrs Hill was very impressed with the class word bank. 3
"Quick... quick shut the windows and put on your coats, we need to get ready for a storm!" On Friday we acted out how it would feel to hear this message and started the beginning of our stories. Mrs Hill was very impressed with the class word bank. 4

We are very lucky to have Mr Wright and Mr Hamley supporting our PE lessons, we look forward to sharing the fun games each Friday with you.

We are very lucky to have Mr Wright and Mr Hamley supporting our PE lessons, we look forward to sharing the fun games each Friday with you.  1
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