Year 3 have been thinking about Jesus’ teachings and how it isn’t always easy following Jesus’ advice. We had a hot seating session where some of our children were questioned as Jesus or the Rich Man. The children were able to ask some thoughtful questions.
Children in Year 3 have been working super hard trying to complete their homework last half term. Here are a few creative wreath homework brought in to school. We thank parents for their hard work and support too.
E5D6DEA4-FE73-40CA-AC41-06D0FC10ECDF 5A37F264-7A15-44C5-8F91-31BD9F78DC7E Today we have been focusing on one of the elements of our British Values which is the Rule of Law. We discussed the importance of rules and why we have them in school and in our country. Here are a couple of video clips of our children explaining their reasons for having [...]
Year 3 had a fabulous time at their Christmas Party yesterday. There was singing, dancing and lots of party food. We are definitely feeling festive!
Year 3 have been searching 3D shapes and using mathematical vocabulary to describe their features to their partners. We had so much fun!
Year 3 have been working hard preparing for My Money Week. We have been researching, costing, budgeting, carrying out surveys and preparing treats for the Christmas fair. We can't wait for you to try them!
Attendance 1st Half of Summer Term 2017. Our attendance percentage has fallen this last half term and is currently at 94.5% this is 1.5% below our expected target. Download here to read more.
Breakfast Club will be open to all Year 6 Children next week. Club starts at 7.50 a.m. and your child can have breakfast then spend some quiet time revising or discussing any concerns regarding the SATs with Mrs Webster or Miss Adam. Download here to read more.
Thursday 3rd March was World Book Day and we encouraged all of our pupils (and teachers!) to come into school dressed as their favourite book character. See if you can spot some famous faces in the gallery below!
All children at the school should wear a uniform which can be purchased from Whitakers. We feel that this gives children a sense of belonging to the school and encourages them to be proud of their appearances. Download here to read more.