Class 3 BLOG
Date: 2nd May 2018 @ 8:03pm
Friday 25th May
What a busy week we've had!
Class 3 have managed to cram so much in to this last week of term, making fossil inspired prints, completing their final draft of instructions to wash a woolly mammoth, making and sharing powerpoint presentations about the history of Skara Brae as well as practical activities measuring, comparing and calculating volume.
It has been a fabulous end to a very popular topic!
The whole school also enjoyed a music extravaganza to end Term Summer 1. Activities included Rock Around the Clock dance and percussion with Mrs Entwistle to link in with class topic, making their very own guitar with Mr Allton, the very popular karaoke booth with Miss Dalton, rapping with Mrs Peddar, learning Madness dance moves with Mrs Oliver, didgeridoo music with Mrs Metcalf and music and movement activities linked to the Carnival of the Animals by Camille Saint-Saëns.
We hope you have a wonderful half term and we'll see you Monday 11th June
Friday 18th May
Class 3 have had fun this week making their own woolly mammoths to then go on and write instructional texts.
There has also been a lot of practicle, Active Maths sessions measuring length and mass.
On Sunday Mr and Mrs Entwistle are visiting Eyam, the youth hostel and Poole's Cavern in Buxton in preparation for our Class residential. Please look out for a letter next week, to be sent home with your child, giving further details. There will also be a meeting for parents, date to be confirmed.
Enjoy the sunny weekend, see you Monday!
Friday 11th May 2018
Despite only having 4 days this week we've managed lots in Class 3!
We started the week looking at a new book, How to Wash a Woolly Mammoth.
The children will be using this resource to think about writing instructions, using imperative verbs and prepositions.
They enjoyed having a practice run with something on a smaller scale!
Check out the gallery for more photos.
The whole school also visited St John's Church this week to look at how Christians practice their faith today.
Class 3 enjoyed taking part and were a credit to the school.
We hope you all have a lovely weekend, see you Monday!
Welcome to Class 3's BLOG. 4th May 2018
Here we aim to bring you weekly updates about the children's learning.
Check in with us on Friday to hear about this weeks's activities related to our topic
Rock and Roll.
Class 3 have finished watching the DVD Stig of the Dump, it was thoroughly enjoyed!
As part of the topic we have learnt about different types of rocks using edible rocks. Yum!!
If you attended this week's celebration you will have been lucky enough to hear some of our amazing Kennings, we have written about Stig of the Dump characters, Monet and Superheroes to coincide with May the 4th.
We hope you enjoy the extra day over the Bank Holiday to make the most of the sun we have been promised!
See you on Tuesday, Mrs Entwistle and Miss Howard