Hello and welcome back after the Easter break, we hope you had a cracking time!
Year 3 have made a fantastic start to their final term and we are very impressed so far. We have had a very exciting start, with the arrival of seven eggs from White Post Farm. Over the past few days, chicks have been hatching and we are very pleased to say that all seven have successfully hatched (a first for the Year 3 teachers) and are doing well. The children have been egg-cellent at keeping an eye on them and are very much looking forward to holding them next week. We are also hoping to give them names on Friday, which we will publish on the website. Parents and little ones are welcome to come and see the chicks after school on Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays, as they will sadly be returning to White Post Farm on Saturday 28th April.
Miss Carter and Mrs Blakemore
Year 3 had two fantastic afternoons making their pizza designs this week. Miss carter was extremely impressed with their mixing, kneeding and decorating skills! Some of the children may well be designers of the future!
Have a look at a selection of our pizzas below ...
Here are a selection of our stockings that we made this week. We really enjoyed decorating them and hope that Santa fills them with something nice! We loved decorating our stockings with white wadding trim, sequins, snowflakes and felt initials. We need to say a big thank you to all of the parent helpers who gave up an afternoon to help us with our sewing, this was the bit that we found most tricky!
Thank you, Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays!
Year 3, Miss Carter and Mrs Blakemore
CHAOS IN MISS CARTER'S CLASSROOM!
Upon arriving at school today, Miss Carter was distraught to find her classroom in a state of absolute chaos. There were pieces of newspaper scattered across the room, with small, white claws close by. There were green coloured scales next to the claws and there was some sparkly, red dust scattered around the room. Finally, one of the handwriting books had been charred around the edges!
What could have happened?
Luckily, Year 3 decided to investigate and began by looking at the CCTV footage from the corridor and then interviewing some of the teachers.
Autumn 2: Welcome to the second half term of Year 3!
The children have come back to school following the holiday with a fantastic attitude and are working hard on their rock topic with Miss Olding and Miss Kirk. In maths, they have been practicing addition and subtraction and in English they have been learning about newspapers.