Posted in Ruby

Thank you Ruby Class! 🌈❤️

So the year has come to an end, thank you Ruby Class for an amazing year! You have all worked so hard this year and I want you to know that I have enjoyed every moment of teaching you. I’ll miss you all, even the chatterboxes (you know who you are!).

I hope you can take what you have learned this year and build on it. Best of luck for for Year 4!

Mrs Salim ☺️🌈

Posted in English, Onyx

Proud to be Me!

This afternoon in Onyx Class, we proudly celebrated us! We reflected on the past year through poetry and speeches, proudly sharing our favourite moments from Year 3. It has been a very busy year and it was lovely to hear what all of the children are proud of.

Posted in Onyx, P.E.

Sports Day 2022

Sports Day was eventful, to say the least! This year, all of the children who participated in the different events and races gave it their absolute all and beyond. Here are some of the photos from Sports Day 2022.

We’re very proud of our relay racers, who did incredibly well on behalf of the class. Well done to Zephaniah House (Green) for winning overall by scoring the most points across the eight events in Onyx Class! We’re all looking forward to the overall result soon!

Posted in Ruby, Science

Soil Detectives

Today Ruby class were investigating soil to find out what it is, why we need soil and how it is formed.

We went into the garden to find out more. The children had fun discovering what lives in soil and what it consists of. In class we sorted through trays of soil and found snails, woodlice and other creepy crawlies amongst the organic matter.

Posted in Geography, Ruby

Mapping volcanoes

Today Ruby class were learning all about the Pacific Ring of Fire and why people choose to live near volcanoes. We used maps and atlases to locate some of the world’s most infamous volcanoes on the Ring of Fire before discussing the advantages and disadvantages of living near an active volcano.

Posted in History, Ruby


This week Ruby class have been learning about the ancient city of Pompeii. Today the children put the events of this disaster in chronological order and discovered what happened to the city and its people.