As a part of our memorable experience, Ash and Aspen indulged themselves in a Greek workshop held at school. They not only had the privilege to listen to the famous, ancient Greek myths and legends, they also got the opportunity to act in some of them! The workshop was quite informative and the children greatly enjoyed the experience.
Ash and Aspen ended their half term topic, ‘Tremors’ on a big high!! The children made their own seismographs before the half term! It was heartening to note that the children have really enjoyed this topic.
In year 3 we have been learning about rocks and fossils. The children had a go at making their own fossils…
The award for the “Writer of the week” goes to Harry Buckley for writing an impressive paragraph for his historical narrative. Well done, Harry!
The award for the writer of the week goes to Natalie Turner for drafting an impressive acrostic poem on volcanoes. Her choice of words and her creative ideas makes me wonder if we have a poetess in the offing! Keep up the great work, Natalie!
Like last half term, this term as well, children in year 3 have very enthusiastically completed their home work projects. They engaged in all sorts of activities ranging from writing a shopping list for their weekly menu and calculating its cost to actually making a dish from a recipe book! Many children even managed to make an alphabetic list of food from A-Z, yes it is possible!! Well done for all their hard work and a big thank you to parents as well for supporting their children!!
Well done Lily for super proof reading and editing work!
Last half term Ash class immensely enjoyed their muddy adventure Tuesdays! A big thank you to Miss Lindsay for making it such a fun and wonderful experience for the children!!
This week’s writer is Archie Rhodes – for successfully accomplishing his writing target. Well done, Archie!
The writer of the week is Luiza who came up with some really good ideas about the 2 characters in her adventure story. We all look forward to reading her final piece while she strings her bullet points and gives it a shape of a story!
Keep up the great work, Luiza.