Star of the week: Fisayo and Joshua
Class 3 are currently preparing to lead their first service at Southwark Cathedral. Our preparations began with an informative visit from the lovely Father David. After sharing a passage from Luke Chapter 2, Father David helped Class 3 to understand what Candlemas is and why it is important to Christians. Using their new knowledge and understanding, Class 3 began to reflect on what Candlemas means to them. We will share these reflections with you in a couple of weeks.
Next week in R.E, Class 3 will be continuing with their new topic on Hindu beliefs, teachings and symbols. We will be focusing on the Bhagavad Gita which is part of the Mahabharata.
Star of the week: Helena and Luca
During our P.E. lesson this week, we started practising our Basketball skills. Firstly, we completed a throwing and catching challenge which required us to focus on not dropping the ball! Then, we moved on to dribbling the ball by bouncing it with our hands. All of Class 3 worked really hard on all of these skills. Well done, Class 3!
Next week, we will begin to work on our shooting skills.
Star of the week: Mazin and Maidie
In our maths lessons this week, Class 3 have been learning about division and multiplication. We have used useful resources like counters and cubes to represent different groups of a number. In addition to this, we have used pictorial representations, bar models and number stories too.
Star of the week: Ethan and Iyad
This week, Class 3 made some very woolly sheep as part of our Christmas display. They used lots of different skills to make them, including collage.
Watch this space for a photo of the finished display.
Next week, Class 3 will continue with their Design and Technology work on structures. In pairs, Class 3 will be designing their own super structures!
Star of the week: Yvette and Diane
In our history lesson this week, we became hunter-gatherers and found a variety of wild animals, nuts, seeds, berries and edible plants in the Peace Garden. During the early Stone Age, this was their only way of survival. They had to hunt for animals and gather other edible foods that were available. As a class, we then discussed how life during the Neolithic time (Late Stone Age) changed. A warmer climate and more rain meant that people could create settlements and grow crops. Pretending we were alive during the Stone Age, Class 3 wrote a letter to a friend explaining how much better life was. Class 3 worked really hard on their letters and included lots of subject specific vocabulary. Well done, Class 3!
Next week, we will be learning all about the well preserved Stone Age village, Skara Brae.
Star of the week: India and Marwah
In their music lesson with Miss Dace this week, Class 3 did a brilliant job at learning some new songs and music games. Class 3 worked really hard at singing confidently and matching the pitch for each song. They even practised some actions too!