Star of the week: Aya-Grace and Bernice
In our gymnastics lesson this week, Class 3 travelled in creative ways along the apparatus. As a class, we focused on balancing. Class 3 had to demonstrate this as they moved along the beams and benches. As you can see from the photos below, it was lots of fun!
Star of the week: Azaria and Constance
During our Science lesson on Wednesday, Class 3 investigated and described the properties of different types of rocks. Using a magnifying glass to help them, they inspected Sandstone, Granite, Limestone, Chalk, Slate and Marble. After looking at them closely, they then grouped them according to their physical appearance.
Star of the week: Medhansh and Fabian
Over the past couple of weeks, Class 3 have been investigating shadows as part of our ‘Light’ topic. Using scientific vocabulary such as opaque, translucent and transparent, Class 3 have discussed different materials that will and will not allow light to pass through them. If an object is opaque, the light is blocked and light cannot pass through. This creates a shadow. The photos below, show Class 3 conducting an investigation. We wanted to find out if a shadow was bigger or smaller when the opaque object was closer to the light source. Class 3, comment below and tell everyone what we found out!
Star of the week: Constance and Pierce
Yesterday, Class 3 were very busy doing a variety of Spanish themed activities. Our day started brilliantly, as we were read a story from Aesop’s fables in Spanish and English. We then worked out some calculations in Spanish, and wrote information leaflets about Spain. In the afternoon, we used tissue paper to decorate part of a Spanish fan.
Here are some photos of the wonderful work Class 3 produced.
An example of our Spanish Fan.
Star of the week:Annie and Kyann
In Science this week, Class 3 conducted a scientific investigation. Our aim was to prove that we need light to be able to see. As you can see from the photos below, we looked inside the box to see what we could see. It was pitch black inside without any holes! Gradually, we added more holes to the box and eventually we could see what was inside.
All of Class 3 worked very hard on their investigation. Super science Class 3!
Star of the week: Leo and Chimamanda
During our English lessons this week, Class 3 have been working hard on punctuation and grammar. Despite some of our learning being a little tricky, Class 3 have demonstrated excellent perseverance. Throughout the week, we have looked at how to use inverted commas to show direct speech; explored a range of homophones; used regular and irregular past tense verbs in our writing and discussed how to use paragraphs. Below are some photos of the excellent work produced in our books.
Well done Class 3, keep up the good work.
Star of the week: All of Class 3
It’s been a busy half term and Class 3 have done amazingly well with all of their learning. During some of our lessons this week, Class 3 were required to work together as a group. All of Class 3 have demonstrated excellent co-operation and maturity with all of the tasks. They were also required to work together last week to create the fantastic models you can see below. Well done, Class 3.