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!
We’re going to launch our Summer 2 learning with a Roman Day! Children are invited to come into school dressed up as a Roman citizen. Some ideas for costumes can be found above – grab a white t-shirt and wrap a belt around it for an easy go-to, or add a pop of colour with a scarf. The possibilities are endless! We look forward to seeing everyone’s fantastic costumes when we return from Half Term!
LaunchUK have announced a very exciting opportunity for 4-11-year-olds across the country: A chance to have your very own logo that will go on the side of the rockets launched into space through the Government’s Spaceflight programme later this year!
All of the information about the competition can be found on https://www.logoliftoff.org.uk/, as well as ideas for inspiration and other activities relating to the project. Children will need to fill out the entry questions form with their entries and will need to have their entries submitted by an adult via the form on the website or by post.
The deadline for entries is on 11th March 2022, but if you enter before 11th February 2022, there is a chance to be included in the Unboxed: Creativity in the UK exhibition. The winner will be announced at the end of March 2022 with the rocket to be launched by Mid-2022!
This term, we’re heading even further back into the past to explore prehistoric times, particularly surrounding the Stone Age. This morning we braved the chilly conditions to use crayons to create our own colourful cave drawings – We hope you enjoyed viewing the drawings in our Stone Age Gallery this afternoon and if you weren’t able to visit the gallery, you can see some of our fantastic work below:
We’ve had a fantastic term and brilliant end to the year! We’d like to thank all of the lovely children in Year 3, as well as all of their parents and carers for their support in Autumn. Here’s to a safe and happy holiday and a fabulous New Year!
According to Year 3, the dark makes plenty of noises! We used soundscapes to describe what happened in each chapter of the book ‘The Owl Who Was Afraid of the Dark’, which included fireworks, hoots and shooting stars!
All of these exciting soundscapes will influence our descriptive writing later this week, which we look forward to turning into poems.