Today in Year 3 we have measured, weighed, whisked, creamed and baked biscuits. We made them Easter egg shape and then decorated them in icing and small toppings. It was all part of our Maths lesson, we had great fun but the best bit – eating :-).
We hope you enjoy our Grandparents Day song performance. Unfortunately due to technical issues the live stage performance failed, but undeterred we sung it again in our classroom, just for our blog. Sit back and enjoy There You’ll be (Faith Hill) performed by Emerald Class.
This morning we have spent the time sewing our own football badges as we have been looking at local football clubs as part of our theme topic. We had to concentrate and persevere and our results are good. We still have some work to do, so check back in a couple of weeks to see…
As part of the Geography morning, all classes have been using laptops, iPads and atlases to locate countries, capital cities, landmarks, mountain ranges and rivers around Europe.
Another year gone! Today we are wearing red in support of Comic Relief. We have been having cake sales and buying red noses to raise money. What are you doing today?
We had great fun learning all about static. We even managed to move a paper tissue newt!
Please help us learn our chosen song. Faith Hill – There you’ll be..
Good Afternoon, Due to a change in circumstances we have appointed a new School Councillor. The class voted democratically and by a unanimous vote C. Hughes was elected. Well Done.
Another year gone! World Book Day is here again and our costumes are getting better and better. We are all looking forward to all the activities we have planned today. How are you celebrating World Book Day 2019?