The parable of the sower

Today we acted out the story from the Bible – The Parable of the sower. We thought about the meaning of the story and how we can live a good life and grow strong like the seeds in the field.

Body care

Today we had our last Body Care session with Paul and Amanda. We had great fun and have learnt lots about keeping healthy!

To me…to you…

This afternoon we have been demonstrating how pulleys can reduce the amount of force needed to pull objects. We managed to pull Miss Mansell’s car through the use of a pulley system and saw how ratio affects the distance travelled. So if you ever break down, you now know who to call (just make sure… Read more »

Kung Hei Fat Choy

Today in collective worship we made lucky red and gold money envelopes. We  wrote good luck messages to our friends. We also had fun finding out what Chinese animals we were according to our year of birth. We are rats,tigers,rabbits,dogs and even Ox. No wonder we can be so noisy! 

Lego morning!

Today, the whole school worked together to make a giant Lego town. We thoroughly enjoyed ourselves learning together and making another lovely memory.

Getting the ‘Write’ stuff.

This morning we have been developing and questioning ideas for an Egyptian story. We are helping each other to develop our initial ideas in preparation for writing our own stories next week. Whoever knew there was such a thing as a serpopard?!

Researching 

This afternoon we chose partners between year groups to research and take notes on aspects of Ancient Egypt. It was a very productive afternoon and we found out a lot. It was great to share texts between readers of different abilities. 

It’s a ‘Card’ life being in Class 3

Today we have been using card games to help with the speed of our addition skills. I’m sure a lot of children will enjoy playing some of these games at home too!

Anemometers

Last nights high winds gave Mr Este an idea! Continuing our Science topic of forces we made our own anemometers.

C-art-ouche

This afternoon in Class 3 we have been using hieroglyphics to write our own Cartouche. We sketched first and then using watercolours to bring them alive.