Weekly blog by Caden and Chloe S
This week we have being learning about forces in Science. In groups we carried out an investigation to find out how much force is needed to move a toy car on different surfaces.
Prediction: it will take more force to move on a rough surface
Leo the Lion!
Here in Class 3, we have an extra member of our class! Our class pet, Leo the Lion.
Leo is lucky enough to go home with a member of Class 3 every weekend for an action packed adventure. The children take home his weekend dairy and write about all the wondeful things they got…
Homework Heroes - Week 1
I was blown away today by the effort and creative work put into this week’s homework pieces by all children! I would like to say a huge well done as I am extremely proud. It has been very hard to choose but our homework heroes for this week are: Liberty, Jessica and…
Class 3 were thrilled to welcome back Mr Freeman today, our Junior Jam teacher.
Today, our task was to produce an exciting, innovative, eye-catching advert using everyday classroom objects. We selected our objects and gave them a makeover – they received new magical powers,…
There's been a murder!
Today Class 3 have taken part in an Ancient Greek murder mystery challenge and worked together in groups as serious crime investigators in order to bring Agathon’s killer to justice. There were five main suspects of this murder:
- Baltar – Agathon’s greatest rival in…
Pushes and Pulls
Today we started our 'Forces and Magnets’ topic by talking about different types of forces. These included:
- Magnetic force
- Air resistance
- Spring force
We discussed examples of pulling and pushing and…
Weekly Blog by Chloe D and Tommy-Lee!
This week in English we have being learning about Greek Mythology and identified some key characteristics of Ancient Greek Myths. These include:
- Magical powers
- Gods and goddesses
- Often having unhappy endings and even deaths
- They were originally…
Class 2's Nativity
This week, Class 2 performed their annual Nativity play. This year’s production was a variation of the traditional Nativity story, called The Landlord’s Cat.
The performance on Tuesday was a great success. I’m sure that all parents in attendance will agree that the…
Homework Heroes - Week 7
It's our final week of term and our last homework heroes of 2016.
This week our very well deserving heroes are William and Tilly.
wrote an amazing winter poem, which included alliteration, similes and personification!
wrote a very…
Christingle means 'Christ's Light'
Christingles are made from an orange, red ribbon, 4 small sticks, dried fruits or sweets and a lit candle. They are used by Christians to celebrate Jesus as the Light of the World.
In Class 3, we have been learning all about Christingle and we have each…
Homework Heroes - Week 6
Class 3 produced some wonderful pieces of homework this week!
Our homework heroes are Kara, Liam and Millie B! (We had to choose 3 because they were so fantastic!)
White glimmering snow falls from the sky.
Icy cold ice melts through the…
Rocks and Soils
In Science this term we have been looking at 'Rocks and Soils'.
We have turned into geologists and paleontologists to find out more!
- have explored a variety of rocks and grouped them in different ways according to their observable features and attributes