Stars of the Week: Rileigh and Shaye
It has been a pleasure having the whole class back in school this week! Everyone has been taking care of each other brilliantly, and the hard work on our new topics has been really impressive.
On Monday, we learnt about Roman architecture in DT and found out how strong paper pillars can be!
Shaye and Rileigh worked brilliantly as a team to create this wonderful Roman Temple with a collonade and pediment.
We’re all looking forward to making more models of Roman architecture this term!
Next week we are learning… about the important women of the Easter story.
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Class 3 wish you all a very Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!
We’ve been working on a stop-motion version of the Nativity in R.E. and computing, and we hope you enjoy it!
Here are the winners of the Friends of Cathedral Christmas card competition. The whole class wrote such thoughtful cards which I’m sure will be really appreciated at Lucy Brown House.
Stars of the Week: Nifemi and Terrence
Both Nifemi and Terrence have been superstar mathematicians this week. They have explained their reasoning about multiplication and division, spotted patterns and asked thoughtful questions to find out more. They have also worked hard to learn times tables facts and can use these with confidence to solve different problems.
Next half term we will be learning how to multiply and divide 2-digit numbers by 1-digit numbers.
Stars of the Week: All of Class 3!
Well done to all of Class 3 for their fantastic efforts putting our class collective worship together. We can’t wait to share it with all of you next Tuesday morning!
Everyone worked so hard to plan what they were going to say and think of the best things to share about their learning so far in Class 3. They really demonstrated their passion for learning!
Keep it up, superstars!
Stars of the Week: Carter and Polina
This week we have been writing prayers in preparation for our class collective worship. Carter and Polina both wrote really thoughtful prayers, reflecting on our learning and the things that we are thankful for.
Thank you for letting us come to school. Thank you for letting us eat our food and thank you for always letting us do work.
Please help us to learn. Help us with our confidence.
Thank you for the teachers and the people who love us. Thank you for the school and for nature and animals. Please help us to live happy lives. Please make us learn with wonderful teachers. Thank you for the Bible because it is good to show kindness. Please help us show the fruits of the spirit.
Stars of the Week: Amaris and Kirstin
Class Three have been working so hard on using their times tables. Kirstin and Amaris both did brilliantly on the 3x table quiz this week, and used their knowledge of the inverse to solve missing number divisions and other related facts. Great work!
Today, we start learning the 4x table. It’s very exciting to see the progress that Class 3 are making with maths so far this year. Keep it up, superstars!
We have also started our new history topic on the Stone Age. We are reading Stone Age Boy in English and developing our historical knowledge through literacy.
Stig of the Dump is our class book for story time.
Stars of the Week: Deborah and Martha
We have been learning about the metanarrative of the Bible in R.E. this term, and have thought about how the different writings in the Bible add to this ‘big story’. We learnt the story of Daniel in the Lion’s Den and wrote diary entries to show how Daniel’s actions showed his faith in God.
Next week we will be… continuing our maths learning on adding and subtracting using 3-digit numbers.
Stars of the Week: Ben and Rory
In English, we have been learning about simile and metaphor and using these features to write some sensational sea poems! Well done to Ben and Rory for your creative use of imagery. Your poems really sing!
We hope you enjoy our poems.