Welcome back! I would like to take this opportunity to wish you a Happy New Year!
We have already begun our new topic which is called 'Fashion through the ages' and started a new book in English called 'The Iron Man'. The children have certainly come back ready to learn. Please see the LKS2 Blog to find the homework sheet for this term.
Our timetable has changed slightly so please note that our PE slots will now be on a Monday and Tuesday. We do still like to take children outside for PE if we can, so please ensure your child has jogging bottoms and a jumper in school as part of their PE kit.
The Christmas fayre is almost upon us and 3C will be selling some wonderful Christmas gifts. You can purchase a grow your own tulip kit which includes a colourful jar, tulip bulb and bulb compost. Or perhaps you would like some festive gift tags which the children have designed.
There will be so much to see and do across the whole school. We look forward to seeing you tomorrow!
What a fantastic craft morning!
Thank you for donating the glass jars and giving up your time this morning. For those of you who could not make it, you are in for a treat when you see what we have made.
The 'Grow your own tulip' kits and soil will be on sale during the Christmas fair. We will also be selling the festive tags that the children made. We think these will make great Christmas gifts and make any present look terrific!
Please continue to read with your child and learn spellings ready for our weekly test on Wednesdays.
Wrap up warm and have a lovely weekend.
What a wonderful time at Colchester Castle we had!
We all enjoyed looking at the artefacts and working as a team to build a Roman Villa.
Here are some photos of our day.
What was your favourite part?
We need your help!
Please start keeping your glass jars ready for our Christmas craft morning. For example you could bring in a jam jar or a sauce jar. Each child needs at least one jar in order to join in. But if you have extras please do bring them in. Jars must be clean and the previous label removed.
Just a reminder that it is our school trip to Colchester Castle on Thursday. Please ensure that your child arrives at school on time as the coach will be leaving just after 9am. We will be back in time for the end of the day pick-up.
Please ensure that your child does not have any nut products in their lunch box. We have been informed that a child from another school who has a severe nut allergy will also be there.
School uniform must be worn on the trip.
This day will be great fun and will bring some of the topic learning to life.
What an interesting morning we had with Mrs Coggins!
The children thoroughly enjoyed brushing their teeth and learning about plaque on our teeth.
Ask them to model their new brushing skills - you will be impressed!
The photos show the stains on our teeth but we managed to brush it away.
I've arrived back in class and discovered not all children have taken a letter! Please see the office or print and sign the letter above ready for Monday. Children should bring in their tooth brush on Monday to join in with this activity.
Hopefully the children have already been mentioning their learning about teeth and sugar to you.
On Monday 16th October 3C will get the opportunity to see how well they can brush their teeth.
To do this please return the reply slip and bring in your toothbrush on Monday. Mrs Coggins has taught us so much already about sugar damaging our teeth and Monday will be a great way to conclude our learning.
Did you tell your families about the amount of sugar in our foods?
Wow what great homework pieces are coming in! I'm very impressed with the skill and detail that has been put into your homework. If you haven't brought yours in yet, please do so soon!
We were lucky enough to have Mr Kightley in last week. He showed us a range of Roman artefacts which were very impressive. The photos below show so many interesting artefacts.
Which was your favourite?
Tell someone at home about the photos below.
Welcome to 3C! On this page, you can see all of the hard work we do whilst at school. We hope you feel proud of our efforts because we feel proud of ourselves!