This week we used the names of chocolate bars to perform simple clapping rhythms. Mars was used for a crotchet, kitkat for a quaver and curlywurly for a semi quaver. Children followed patterns, composed their own then guessed the patterns their friends were clapping. Delicious music!
Last week, before half term, Year 3 travelled back in time to the Victorian epoch to complete a day in Victorian school. Children dressed up and as a Victorian boys and girls, chimney sweeps and street urchins and took part in a whole host of activities.
The children were educated about Victorian punishments and how tough Victorian school really was compared to school life today. After break time, the children were greeted with an appetising Victorian meal of potato peel soup and a small lump of bread… I think it is safe to say that they were very grateful to receive their toast afterwards!
This week was very busy for the children and teachers. We were learning about plants in science and gathering new knowledge and facts about Victorians times. For that reason, 3S deserved an enjoyable Friday afternoon playing chess.
On Wednesday we had a visit from Mr Fotheringham of the National Geographical Society. He told us all about the strange Tundra found in Moortown and how a meteorite may have landed there. He shared how we could explore the tundra, from the provisions needed, routes to take and the surveys we could carry out.
3S set off on their expedition passing some interesting sights on the way and eventually found the meteor.
This week we are celebrating World Book Day. It takes place on the 5th of March 2021. It is a fantastic event to celebrate the fabulous power of books and the joy of reading. If you love reading or just starting your journey as a book lover, you can celebrate the event in lots of ways and put some thoughts into how to encourage others to read more. Freya just started celebrating the event by making a fantastic figure of Harry Potter made out of potato and she has joined David Williams amazing assembly.
The best way to celebrate this day would be to find the time to do some reading. Do you have a book you just can’t finish? The World Book Day is the time to curl up on the sofa and enjoy every last page.
Mr. Spink celebrates the day with his favorite book called “Thousand splendid suns” by Khaled Hosseini.
Me and my children are currently reading “Detektyw Pozytywka” as I am trying really hard to introduce my mother language to them.
Remember books can be your best friends and can take you inside unforgettable world of adventure!
This week’s home-learner of the week is Romanie. A huge well done to Romanie who has been working so hard in school with Miss Lucas. At first she found it really hard to independently us google classroom and now she is accessing this and the SWAYs to complete some amazing learning. I know Miss Lucas is really proud too.
This week’s home-learner of the week is Benjamin. Benjamin you have worked so hard over the last half term and have completed all of our home learning tasks. Well done. I have been so impressed with you attitude to you learning. You are always trying your best and always respond to feedback to help you improve. Keep it up!
Lexia Legends: Harleen, Lily, Benjamin and Lucas M Well done for completing all your units.
TT Rockstars shout outs: Madeleine, Macy, Lily, Thomas S, Amber and Alex- well done for getting all of your sessions done this week!
Sumdog Super stars: Macy, Aariz and Freya.
I have attached some pictures of our other WOW moments.
Year 3 you have worked so hard this half term and I am so proud of all of you and what you have achieved. I know you will show Miss Szczepanska and Mr Spink how wonderful you are!
Thank you for being a wonderful and hardworking class. I will miss you all.