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Enginuity trip










Due to us us being really busy over the last few weeks we forgot to update everyone on our trip to Enginuity and Ironbridge. We had so much fun! Here are a few pictures of our day.



Class 3 News

Hello all,

Just a quick update from Class this week!


We have started our story writing topic this week. In a few weeks time we are going to be writing our own bedtime story about a dragon who needs our help to find his way back home. We have been listening to to help us imagine our dragon and have got our first ideas down in our books. Yesterday we used the instruments to recreate the dragons roar and today we designed our dragon and wrote character descriptions.


We are looking at addition of 2-digit and 1-digit numbers this week in Maths. The aim is for children to use their number bonds to support this by drawing number lines to help calculations. E.g. 16 + 5 = 21 is the same as 16 + 4 = 20 20 + 1 = 21. This should help them find the answers in the quickest and easiest way possible.

Forest School

We created bonfire night pictures in forest school this week. The children used the natural materials in forest school to help create the right scene and this linked nicely with our science topic.

Just another reminder that PE kits and Forest School kits should be in school during the week as the days can vary depending on weather and other commitments.

Book bags also need to be placed in the change of book box in Class 3 for children to get a new book. This is their own responsibility and although they are reminded we have noticed that some children have not had a new book in quite a few weeks. Please when you read at home could you make sure children know they need to do this.

Enjoy the rest of your week,

Miss Clough.


Last week.

Hi everyone,

We have been really busy in Class 3 this week writing and performing our news reports as news readers. We choose a fairytale to base our reports on and then today dressed up as a News Readers to report the news while Miss Clough recorded us using Green Screen.

In Maths we have been working one adding and subtracting using the quickest method. E.g. 20 + 16 = 20 + 10 + 6 = 36. We will continue this after the half term holidays.

We carried out a science experiment this week to test the best material for Teddy to use as an umberella. We decided what we needed to make it a fair test and recorded our results accurately in a chart so we could come to a good conclusion.

Spellings  have gone out for the holidays and children also have continent work to complete.

Have a lovely half term,

Miss Clough.

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