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                              Week Commencing 10th June 2019

 

We had so much fun on Friday. We taste tested lots of different herbs ( some of which caused us to pull some very funny looking faces). We chose our favourites to make our own herb gardens. We sowed our seeds and decorated our gardens with our own personalised designs. We can't wait to watch them grow and hopefully produce some tasty herbs. 

Week Commencing 3rd June 2019

We can't believe it is our final half-term in Year 3. 

We are carrying on with our 'Survival of the fittest' topic, with a Geography focus of Deserts and Rainforests.

 

English - We've really enjoyed thinking about the Rain forest as part of our English this week. We have been visualising and describing using all of our senses. We decided one of favourite things about  rainforests are all the different species of animal you might find there. Did you know that  50% of Earth's plants and animals are found in the rainforest?

 

Maths- We have been continuing to look at fractions during our maths sessions this week. As well as continuing to work on our mental maths skills in CLIC. We have recapped all the written methods this year. 

 

 

Week Commencing 6th May 2019

This week Miss Durant has been away with the Year 4s at Hagg Farm.

We have had lots of fun doing a project all about super heroes. 

We created our own, designed a superhero HQ, made ourselves in to flying superheros and in an art collage and even enjoyed some superhero stories. 

Week Commencing 29th April 2019

We are very happy to announce the hatch our very own little duckling - We have decided on naming the little guy Hercules. He has certainly lived up to his name this week; by deciding to stage a great escape from his box at only 1 day old! 

Week Commencing 22nd April 2019

 

We have had such a wonderful first week back. We got straight back in to things on Tuesday, spending the afternoon out in Forest School. Luckily, the weather was nice which meant we were able to have a go at setting our own fires ( safely of course!) It wasn't as easy as it looked but we persevered and felt very accomplished when we succeeded. We were also able to spend time exploring, using our creative skills to build and make things from the natural surroundings. 

 

The duck eggs are still in the incubator but we've been able to candle the eggs to check on the ducklings growing inside. We are super excited for hatch day and hope to have some cute ducklings to take care of. Fingers crossed! :)

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