Stars of the Week: Beatrix and Noella
Well done to Beatrix and Noella for your thoughtful contributions to our topic on the wisdom of the Proverbs! You produced some beautiful display work and thought carefully about the wisdom that you try to follow in your own lives.
Have a look at our beautiful display!
Next week we will be learning… about the skeletons of different animals; and we will continue reading our class text, Oliver and the Seawigs.
Stars of the Week: Thomas and Saraea
Class 3 have made a fantastic start to the new school year, and are getting on brilliantly with all the new things for KS2. Well done for returning to school so keen to learn and ready for new challenges, such as learning Spanish!
A special well done to Thomas and Saraea who have worked particularly hard on their presentation skills this week, and have made some really interesting contributions to class discussions.
Here is the Spanish we learnt this week. Try to practise with your friends and family!
Next week, we will be learning about representing numbers to 1,000 in maths.
Here is the link for the home learning page:
Home Learning Link
Star of the week: Obinna and Yvette
In Class 3 we are learning where and how a variety of ingredients are grown. We have started by discussing a range of herbs such as Chives, Parsley, Basil, Rosemary and Mint. Most of Class 3 identified that they had already tasted these in a range of their favourite dishes, as they add lots of flavour. Well done Class 3, excellent work!
Star of the week: Henry and Maidie
Over the past couple of days, Class 3 have practised their cycling skills with the help of two instructors from Cycle Confident. All of Class 3 had lots of fun whilst refining their skills on a bicycle. They were taught how to stay safe on their bikes, and how to manoeuvre confidently around the Key Stage 2 playground. Excellent work Class 3!
Star of the week: Luca and Sapphire
In Maths, Class 3 have been learning about how data can be displayed in different ways. They’ve drawn pictograms and bar charts, as well as interpreting data in tables. Well done, Class 3!