Year 3 have been making puppets in in their art lessons. We have made stick puppets and sock puppets and had a great time doing so.
All children took part in a free Easter Egg Raffle. There were lots of happy winners!
We celebrated World Book Day on Thursday 4th March. As part of this day the children took part in many different activities linked to books. Year threes activities were mainly focused around a book called ‘Dirty Beasts’ by Roald Dahl, year fours tasks were based around a book from a series, ‘You’re a Bad Man, Mr Gum!’ by Andy Stanton’, year 5 completed tasks that linked to a book called ‘Wolf Brother’ by Michelle Paver’ and year sixes work focused on a story called ‘Malala’s Magic pencil’. We also listened to a virtual reading from an author called Stuart Reid. Many of us dressed up as book characters in school and at home.
Well done Alex in Year 3 – he had to design the word AMAZING as part of Children’s Mental Health Week.
Look what Dale in 3CL made at home based on the book A Beautiful…OOPS!
Ella- May enjoyed creating her word AMAZING at home as part of Children’s Mental Health Week – well done Ella-May!
As part of Children’s Mental Health Week we have been looking at the story ‘A Beautiful…OOPS!.’ Mistakes are part of learning. We created many different things out of these different mistakes. We hope that you like them!
Children in 3AE enjoyed designing the word AMAZING as part of their Mental Health week activities.
Next week we are going to be taking part in Children’s Mental Health Week, organised by Place2Be. The theme of the week is ‘EXPRESS YOURSELF.’ We are going to achieve this through finding creative ways to share feelings, thoughts or ideas, through things like art, writing, music , dance and doing things that make you feel good.
We will be doing loads of activities at school and those working remotely at home will be asked to join in. Keep checking your Google Classroom to see what is going on in your class.
This week Year 3 have been completing their Design and Technology project.
We constructed our castles out of 3D shapes and then decorated our castles in colours to reflect the person who would live in it.