Star of the week: Samuel and Leonna
Class 3 have been working on combining their knowledge of the River Thames with their computing skills. This week, Class 3 were lucky enough to have some assistance from their peers in Class 5. With the help of Class 5, they added images, videos and transitions to their PowerPoint presentations. As a result, they all have an informative PowerPoint. Thank you for your help Class 5.
Well done Class 3, keep up the good work.
Star of the week: Christina and Eayon
In our Science lesson this week, Class 3 got very messy identifying different types of soil.
They were given four different types, and tested each one using water and their hands!
Using this simple test, they attempted to classify each as either loamy, silty, clayey or sandy soil.
It was lots of fun! Well done Class 3, super soil sorting!
Last Friday, Class 3 led their first service at Southwark Cathedral. They all did a splendid job! The reflections and prayers that they wrote were thoughtful, and all of Class 3 spoke clearly and confidently. Well done Class 3, you should be extremely proud of yourselves.
Photos and video coming next week!
Star of the week: Courtney and Remy
Over the past couple of weeks, Class 3 have been learning about Rivers. Last week, we discussed all the features of a river. This week, we have learnt all about the features of the water cycle. All of Class 3 have done extremely well remembering the key vocabulary. We are now lucky enough to have a fantastic display to remind us too!
Keep recapping Class 3! 🙂
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!