What a lot of learning we have done this week!
We have all enjoyed starting our new English book; 'Man on the moon'. Can you remember what Bob gets up to during the day?
We have carried our space learning on in Science this week too! We have been learning about the moon and how it looks in the sky. We tried drawing it before our learning and afterwards. We could certainly see a difference in our drawings because of what we had been learning.
The photos below show our class investigation on craters.
I hope you all had a lovely summer and enjoyed the hot weather. I am very excited about learning lots of new things in year 3 with you all. What are you looking forward to the most about your new adventure in year 3?
Please get an early night tonight and fill your tummy's with a healthy breakfast in the morning. I will see you bright and early tomorrow morning.
Thank you very much for all of your wonderful gifts and messages. You have all been very kind and thoughtful.
This week in science we carried out an experiment to see how our flying fish fell. We experimented to find out which shapes and sizes of fish fell the quickest or slowest. We discussed how we could make it a fair test.
- Dropping them from the same height.
- Holding them the same way
- Dropping them on the same command.
Have you tried out the third shaped fish at home?
Next week is Refugee Week where the children are going to be learning all about refugees around the world. In addition, to support the cause, myself, Mrs Bark, Mrs Ingram, Miss Redgrave, and Mrs Steward will be raising money by eating the same food rations as a Syrian Refugee for one school week. The rations for the week include:
I have attached the My Donate link below so that should you wish to do so, you are able to sponsor us for this very worthy cause. Money raised will go towards two charities; Suffolk Refugee Support and Syrian Refugee Relief Fund.
It's going to be tough so any support you can offer will certainly help!
Thank you in advance!
2H have been working on their times tables this week. We need to know our 2, 3, 4, 5, and 10 times tables by the end of the year.
Can you help us learn them at home?
Look how much our seeds have grown! We have been giving them lots of water, sunlight and love. But we are wondering why some are leaning towards the window and why some have grown more than others. Do you have any ideas why?
This week were gardeners. We have planted lots of different seeds. With lots of water, sunlight and love they should grow ready for our garden show in July.
Over the last two weeks 2H have been working hard on telling the time. We can now tell the time to the o'clock, quarter past, quarter to and half past. Please challenge us at home, we want to get better at telling the time to every 5 minutes.
Welcome back everyone.
What an active week we have had! We have been swimming, learnt about a sport called Squash and played some Golf. Hopefully this has inspired some of you to play these sports outside of school.
Here are some pictures....
Welcome to 2K!