Class 3 Autumn 2019 Topic – The Greeks
Literacy focus – Who let the Gods out?
Leavers Week – 15th – 19th July 2019
Our Year 6’s enjoyed various activities this week. They enjoyed a trip to Gullivers World on Monday, followed by a trip up the church tower to a learn a little about the history of the building and area.
Year 6 weren’t the only leavers this week, we bid a fond farewell to Mr Young, Mrs Turner and Mrs Flynn, along with Skye, Yvee and Keira. We wish them well on their new jobs and schools and will miss them all greatly.
Boreatton Park Residential Trip 2019
Wow! What a fun-packed week! The children have experienced amazing activities and showed such courage to overcome their fears.
Monday – Aeroball, Archery and Orienteering
Tuesday – Survivor, Climbing and Raft Building
Wednesday – High Ropes, Low Ropes, Canoeing
Thursday – Problem Solving, Quad Biking, Zip Wire, Tunnel Trail
Friday – Fencing and Rifle Shooting
In addition, there were evening activities such as: Wacky Races, Capture the flag and a Disco.
Congrats! No more SATs
Year 6 pupils have worked tirelessly over the past few months to prepare themselves for their Year 6 SATs. All of their perseverance and preparation showed during the tests, as they all took the week in their stride and left everyday feeling confident.
They celebrated the end of the week by having a little party at school. It was their choice of food, drink and activity – bikes and trikes…..built for reception children!
Mother’s Day Afternoon Tea
Class 3 children wrote individual poems, dedicated to that important lady in their life, that were presented at the afternoon tea held in their honour.
A mighty fine fill was had by all and the children really enjoyed spoiling their special guest.
World Book Day 2019
Paul Nash Interpretations
We have been focusing on the style of Cubism and looking at the work produced by Pablo Picasso. Here are some examples of our interpretations.
A surprise visitor in class
We were lucky enough to have a surprise celebrity visit this week by non other than Mr Bovis from our book – Aquilla. He shared his recent, terrifying close encounter with what he described as a UFO! We were able to use the information he gave us to write our newspaper reports. Thank you Mr Bovis…
Mothers Day 2018
Class Three spent this week reflecting on various forms of poetry which enabled us to create some wonderful poetic dedications to our own Mums.
Tea and cakes were served whilst Mums were able to hear their poems.
Year 4 have been indulging in a little tennis practice ahead of our upcoming competition. We have really enjoyed learning new skills and have discovered that we are harbouring some fantastic natural talent in Class 3!