Mr Fykin has set us an extreme reading challenge for the holidays.
To complete this challenge we would like you to take a photo reading your book in the most unusual place. However, please ensure that a grown up is with you and that you are safe.
Examples could include; reading whilst at the park, reading in the supermarket or even reading in the paddling pool!
Where could you read your book? Here are a few examples.
Then send your photos to email@example.com with the title extreme reading.
I hope you all have a wonderful Easter break and I look forward to seeing you back at school on Wednesday 24th April.
We had a great day designing and making our own stylish outfits. Here are a few photos from our day.
This week 3C have received a special delivery in the post all the way from France. In the Autumn term we wrote to children at Ecole Saint-Exupery in Noeux-Les-Mines. We wanted to practise our French and the children at the partner school wanted to practise their English.
We were over-joyed to receive letters back and have already started to think about what we would like to write back in reply. What would you include in your letter?
The children noticed that the handwriting was very different to ours, which made it tricky for some of us to read their name. Can you remember the name of your French friend?
Here are some photos from the day we opened our letters. We were so excited!
This week we have been challenging our times table knowledge and applying it to the inverse operation, which is division.
In Year 2 we used sharing circles to answer questions like 21 ÷3, but now we know we can count in 3's until we get to 21. Therefore we know the answer is ....7!
Below are some images to help you recognise the inverse of multiply. Why not try these questions:
35 ÷ 5=
64 ÷ 8=
18 ÷ 2 =
24 ÷ 3 =
3C will have their class assembly next Friday, 15th March 9 - 9.40am. We will be sharing some of our recent learning and showing you some of our work.
It would be great to see parents/carers there if you are able to make it.
Firstly, I'd like to say thank you to all who came to Parents' Evening this week. I've really enjoyed sharing how your child is making progress and being able to show you all of their super learning.
I hope you all have a great break and I look forward to seeing you back on Monday 25th February.
We have really enjoyed having Miss Hammond with us, from UEA Norwich. However, she leaves today for her other placement school. We look forward to seeing her again in May. What a lot of fun learning we have completed together!
To keep your brains active over the holidays why not beat your score at TT rockstars and complete another book blog. There are also plenty of homework challenges to complete.
See you all soon!
Well done to everyone who has already completed topic homework this half term. I’ve been very impressed with 3C’s creativity!
Well done 3C for winning the attendance award!
We are learning lots in maths about statistics, can you try this question at home?
Have a great weekend!
Some children in Class 4 are in a club.
This table shows the club they are in.
3C had a great time at BT last week learning all about computational thinking. The children were able to create algorithms, create codes and work collaboratively.
The children were amazed at what they could achieve and the BT staff commented on how well the children grasped the different concepts.
Below are a few photos from our day. What was your favourite challenge? Which skills did you have to use?
Welcome back to you all and a happy new year!
As we start a fresh term I wanted to remind you of a couple of things which will really help your child to make great progress this term.
We had a great rock star day in December and so many of the children are enjoying using TT rock stars. Please continue to play this at home. What rock star level are you at? If you have lost your login details please speak to me asap.
Well done to the children who won their book prize in Mr Fykin's draw. I have been so impressed with many children reading consistently each week - well done! New book diaries are coming out today. Please do continue to read daily with your child it is so important. I can really see a difference in the children who do read regularly at home, even just 5 minutes a day.
Please keep PE kits in school during the week as sometimes we do get extra coaching sessions. Children in 3C now have PE on a Thursday and Friday.
We are joining in with REDjanuary so we are encouraging the children to keep active every day in January. Children can bring in old trainers or Wellington boots for outdoor activities.
I look forward to lots more learning over the coming weeks.